Pearson VUE promotes benefits of testing
Pearson VUE is heading to GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK for its fifth consecutive year, to showcase its testing solutions
Computer-based international education and information testing company, Pearson VUE, which delivers millions of exams worldwide each year, is heading to GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK for its fifth consecutive year, to showcase its full suite of services from test development to data management.
At GITEX, Pearson testing experts will showcase the company’s electronic practical assessments, professional learning marketplace (mindhub.com) and credential management system.
Representatives of Pearson VUE clients, including Cisco, CompTIA and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, will also be available to discuss their certification programmes.
Pearson VUE will be hosting a networking seminar and testing event, designed to instruct attendees on how computer-based testing can help to grow their businesses.
According to Pearson VUE, industries across the Middle East have benefitted from professionals with certified skills and knowledge to improve practices from Pearson VUE and today, Pearson VUE delivers computer-based tests for a number of clients in the Middle East, including the Roads and Transport Authority for Dubai, the Health Authority - Abu Dhabi, the General Council For Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions in Bahrain and Batterjee Medical College in Saudi Arabia.
It also delivers the world’s largest computer-based test, the Driving Standards Agency’s (DSA) Driving Theory Test, which is administered to approximately 1.6 million candidates annually throughout Great Britain.
The company has reaped many benefits from the event in the five years it has been exhibiting, establishing new relationships, educating the assessment market and attracting new business, according to Pearson VUE.
The company delivers bespoke testing solutions through its extensive and secure network of test centres and in 2010, Pearson VUE delivered in excess of 7.5 million tests via its network of over 5,000 centres.