BTL Publishes Case Study Illustrating Their Involvement in the TDA QTS TestsPress release February 18, 2009 Education
BTL Group Ltd today published a case study covering their involvement in the QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) tests.
Shipley, United Kingdom February 2009
BTL Group Ltd today published a case study covering their involvement in the QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) tests. The case study provides a detailed account of the requirements set by the TDA (Training and Development Agency for Schools) for the QTS tests and how these were met by BTL.
The QTS skills test programme is one of the largest and longest running e-Assessment programme of its kind, with over 30,000 candidates each year taking over 100,000 tests in Numeracy, Literacy and ICT. Passing these skills tests is one of the standards that all trainee teachers in England have to meet before they can be recommended for the award of QTS by their ITT (Initial Teacher Training) provider.
In 2003, BTL was selected to develop the content for the QTS tests in partnership with a content authoring partner and third party delivery partner. BTL was recently awarded a further 3 year contract by the TDA, to develop QTS test content.
The case study can be viewed at http://www.btl.com/resources.asp
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Since 1985, we have been successfully helping our customers exceed their assessment and learning expectations.
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