Announcing the winners of the Best International Implementation and Best Workplace or Talent Assessment Project
Winners of the 2021 International e-Assessment Awards
Best International Implementation and Best Workplace or Talent Assessment Project
The e-Assessment Association is delighted to announce the winners of the Best International Implementation and Best Workplace or Talent Assessment Project in the 2021 International e-Assessment Awards. This is the fifth year of the e-Assessment Awards programme which encompasses all sectors of education: from schools, through further and higher education to workplace training and professional exams. In 2021 the Award Winners are being announced at the International e-Assessment Conference and Awards which takes place over four online events in June.
The winners are:
Best International Implementation sponsored by The British Council
- Excelsoft Technologies with An Assessment Solution Implemented for Exam Delivery across Mexico
Best Workplace or Talent Assessment Project sponsored by City & Guilds
- Tata Consultancy Services with National Qualifier Test
The winners were announced at the third event in the e-Assessment Association Conference and Awards, New Frontiers of Assessment on 22nd June 2021.
Congratulating the award winners, Sara Pierson, Director of Exams at the British Council and sponsor of the Best International Implementation Award said, “The International e-Assessment Conference and Awards demonstrate the international nature of assessment and the huge advances made by those using technology to transform and enhance assessments worldwide. We congratulate the winners and all the finalists. The awards encompass all sectors of education from schools, through higher education to workplace training and professional exams, matching the remit of the British Council in delivering and administering 4.5 million exams internationally, both for our own high stakes IELTS and Aptis English language exams as well as on behalf of UK awarding organisations.”
Tim Burnett, chairman of the e-Assessment Association, added, “If the last twelve months has taught us anything, it is that we need to change and adapt to circumstances, and as the education community starts to regroup and rethink its approach to learning and assessment, we have an opportunity to help people make informed decisions about best practice for technology and technique in digital assessment. The e-Assessment Awards are a perfect platform to share excellence worldwide. Congratulations to the winners announced today!”