ECom Scotland’s electronic assessment platform benefits Institute of the Bahamas – PR News Blog
Hundreds of students pursuing degrees at one of the vocational institutes in The Bahamas benefit from the use of an electronic assessment platform from digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland.
After being introduced into eCom’s eNetAssess system in 2008 through a partner professional institute, the Bahamas Institute of Financial Services (BIFS) – a non-profit institution established in 1974 – requested the help from eCom in 2019, when it wanted to offer exams directly to its students.
Following discussions with Linda Steedman of eCom and her team, BIFS recommended using the services of eCom to its ten partners: Alliance Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester; Bangor University; Training in central law; The College of the Bahamas; Association of Bahamian Compliance Officers; the Bahamian Financial Services Council; the Institute of Chartered Accounts of the Bahamas; the Association of International Banks and Trust Companies; Keith Checkley & Associates and the Chartered Banker Institute.
With their agreement, eCom made its eNetAssess platform available to BIFS students. ECom’s eNetSecure system, eCom’s safe browsing application, is included.
Wendy Edie, Managing Director of eCom, said: “Providing exams that competently and effectively test candidates’ knowledge is a key requirement in the professional qualification process, but so is the ability to assess candidates. responses from these applicants accurately and providing timely feedback wherever these applicants and other stakeholders are in the world. That is why we are receiving an increasing number of requests from professional institutes looking for an efficient and digitally deployed exam and assessment platform.
Learning technology specialist Emma Dickson of eCom explained: “Many organizations use eCom’s online assessment solutions for compliance and competency assessment, but some organizations – in particular those operating in remote or inaccessible parts of the world – struggle to find an electronic assessment solution that works everywhere. and at any time.
“For BIFS, eCom provides a managed service – adding assessments and configuring exam schedules – with eNetAssess / eNetSecure providing multiple choice question assessments,” Emma said. “From registration to commissioning of the system, it took about three weeks and to date every exam has been successfully completed without a problem. “
Commenting on a recently organized review, Miguel Pratt, BIFS Program Director, said: “The review was flawless. All 22 candidates connected successfully without any technical problems. He added: “We are delighted with the performance of the eCom Scotland platform in the review process that we use – collaboratively – for our international certifications. We had minimal technical difficulties, and when we did, a phone call quickly resolved everything.
Wendy Edie of eCom explained, “Over the years, eCom has worked with several professional institutes to help them develop high quality and rated digital programs. professional institute on our client list.