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Performance Testing Council Summit - Scottsdale
Early bird registration for the Spring summit! Join us after ATP Innovations in Testing. We will learn more about topics specific to performance based testing including the best use of SMEs for performance testing, increasing access to assessment in application testing, adapting the Angoff standard setting process for performance testing.

March 8-9, 2017

Meeting location: Embassy Suites Phoenix-Scottsdale 4415 E. Paradise Village Pkwy South, Phoenix, Arizona, 85032, USA TEL: +1-602-765-5800

We will meet at 2pm Wednesday, March 8th until 5pm followed by a social event at the hotel. Thursday, March 9th we will meet from 8:30am to 4:30pm March 9th at Embassy Suites. Lunch and snacks are included during the meeting.

Book your room at the Embassy Suites right away, there is a lot going on in the area!

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Performance Testing Council Membership
Become a member of The Performance Testing Council!

Join The Performance Testing Council as an Organization member (one year membership is just $1200).

If your organization is already a member you can add additional individuals to your existing organizational membership for just $120. If you qualify, you may become an Individual member for $600 or an Academic member for just $120. For more information please email julie@performancetest.org

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Events Testimonials

"What I liked about the Summit was meeting testing experts; being collaborative; open dialog and new ideas to apply on the job."

—Susan Felker

"Access to leading psychometricians is invaluable. To generate the science of performance testing you need to see diverse applications and the presentations at the Summits continue to amaze me."

—Johnny Weissmuller

"The Summit met my expectations because of the high level of knowledge and serious presentation format plus the integrity behind the mandate for performance testing."

—Yvonne Prefontaine