EWC has launched its second in a series of good practice guides, focusing on testing, assessment, examinations and invigilation.
Our second Good practice guide aims to safeguard registrants by setting out guidelines on how to conduct tests, assessments and examinations in educational settings and to invigilate effectively and in line with the EWC code of conduct and practice .
EWC registrants have varied roles associated with formal and informal tests, assessments, examinations and invigilation we hope the guide will help raise awareness of the responsibilities upon them to follow best practice and to protect themselves."
You can download the good practice guide here .
Social media are web-based applications that allow people to create and exchange content. The popularity of social media has grown rapidly in recent years with widespread use of sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn as well as email, texting and instant messaging.
When used responsibly and appropriately social media can offer several benefits for practitioners such as:
However, there are also a number of dangers and pitfalls that practitioners need to be aware of if they decide to use social media. In fact, we have experienced a steady rise in cases referred to us relating to social media misuse.
To help practitioners better understand how to use social media appropriately we have developed a Guide to using social media responsibly . The guide should be read in conjunction with the Code of Professional Conduct and Practice as the code sets out the key principles of good conduct and practice for registrants.