6 Tips for trustworthy compliance assessments
Posted by Chloe Mendonca
If you’re responsible for the development or management of compliance tests you have a heavy responsibility on your shoulders. It’s up to you to ensure your tests are both valid and reliable. We’ve spoken about reliability and validity many times here on the Questionmark blog and these really are two of the keys to ensuring your assessment results can be trusted. If your tests don’t measure what they’re designed to or the content doesn’t reflect the required job knowledge, how can you make defensible decisions on the basis of the results?
This infographic shares 6 tips that you should consider implementing if you haven’t already that will help you to develop trustworthy compliance assessments.
To learn more about developing trustworthy assessments, check out the 26-page Questionmark White Paper “Assessment Results You Can Trust”.