Tools to Help Measure and Sharpen Performance
Assessments are a vital source of information for learners as well as teachers and trainers. Given a baseline of their knowledge, the individual can create a meaningful personal development plan than focuses on areas requiring assistance. Such baselines help reduce personal misconceptions of one's skills and abilities.
Curriculum developers and education staff use the aggregate group results throughout the instructional design process to analyze and set objectives, build content, and evaluate training success.
To be of value, the assessment must meet rigorous statistical analyses which identify problematic items-defects such as poorly written questions and/or responses, distractors, multidimensionality and bias.
The assessments developed by Merit Career Development have undergone demanding statistical tests and meet acceptable measures of validity and reliability. As such, they prove an accurate measure of an individual's knowledge or skill set, and can be aggregated by an organization for instructional design purposes.
If your organization is interested in using any of our assessments for such purposes, please contact us.
Project Management Assessment
This 50 multiple choice assessment measures your knowledge of the Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) practices and terms.Take this Assessment
Risk Concepts Assessment
This 50 multiple choice assessment on risk concepts will help you decide what training or developmental opportunities you need to manage projects successfully.Take this Assessment
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