the e-Assessment Association

More prestigious professional organisations welcomed to the Surpass Community

More prestigious professional organisations welcomed to the Surpass Community

The Community announced three more prestigious organisations joined them in January 2022

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has announced that it has contracted with BTL Group Ltd to use the Surpass Assessment Platform to help it deliver the new centralised assessment in Professional Ethics.

“We look forward not only to supporting BSB in their e-assessment journey, but also having their expertise contribute to the wider discussion of improving the assessment experience for everyone”

Sonya Whitworth, BTL Managing Director.

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has confirmed that it will be working with BTL Group Ltd, to run the common registration assessment sittings it holds jointly with the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI). BTL will use their award-winning computer-based testing platform, Surpass, as well as test centres across the UK and internationally to deliver these assessments. BTL have extensive experience of delivering services to a range of clients, including the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and the Royal College of Ophthalmology.

 “I’m pleased to confirm that we have appointed BTL as the supplier for the common registration assessment for the next 3 years after a thorough tender process. BTL has extensive  experience of running high stakes healthcare examinations similar to the common registration assessment. The information provided by BTL during the tender process has given us the  necessary assurance that they can support us in continuing to deliver a fair and robust assessment that tests candidates’ ability to register as a pharmacist.”

GPhC Chief Executive, Duncan Rudkin

BTL Group Ltd. is also delighted to announce that the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC®), the premier assessment board across the Caribbean region, has selected the Surpass assessment platform to digitally transform its end-to-end examinations process as part of its commitment to shape the future of education and assessment within the region.

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