Sad to say the eAssessment in Vocational Education and Training project, funded by the Erasmus+ programme and coordinated by Pontydsgu has come to an end. As far as we know it was the last Erasmus _ research and development project in the UK, with the end of June marking the end of the UKs involvement in the programme.

The last piece of work undertaken in the project was to provide a Report and Policy Recommendations.

The introduction to the report says how In recent years, the integration of digital technologies has revolutionised various sectors of society, and the field of education is no exception. One area that has witnessed significant transformation is vocational education and training (VET), which plays a vital role in equipping individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in today’s rapidly evolving job market. As we move further into the digital age, the use of digital assessment tools has emerged as a powerful strategy to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of VET programs.

This policy report aims to delve into the multifaceted aspects of digital assessment in vocational education and training and explore its potential benefits, challenges, and implications. By analysing existing research, examining best practices, and considering stakeholder perspectives, this report seeks to provide policymakers with actionable recommendations to effectively harness the power of digital assessment in VET settings.

Download Policy Report and Recommendations

You can also find the policy recommendations in this smaller document – our Policy Recommendations Summary.

Download Policy Recommendations Summary