Mastering Mixed Assessment
THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN POSTPONED
In this IIL revision lecture Alison Cooper will share her considerable knowledge and experience to provide guidance to candidates to help master the CII Diploma units, focusing on MCQ and coursework. These insights have been gained primarily from her experience as a CII Senior Examiner and Marker.
Alison will explain that with the change in CII focus from exams to Mixed Assessment, a new approach and skill set is required by CII candidates. Mixed Assessment requires candidates to demonstrate their theoretical knowledge in the multiple-choice exam and their practical knowledge/experience in the coursework component.
This revision presentation will highlight a structured route to CII students studies including:
- How to master the syllabus and focus on learning objectives
- How to prepare for the MCQ exam
- How to deconstruct coursework questions
- How to plan your written answers to maximize marks
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- Focusing on the syllabus and learning outcomes
- Understanding how to deconstruct coursework questions
- Planning your assignment answers
Sally Blake FCII, Customer Performance & Insights Manger, Zurich Insurance plc.
Registration & Security
IIL lectures are open to CII and PFS members
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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
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