Coelrind announced as headline sponsor of FAB 2017 Conference, Awards and Exhibition

 


The Federation of Awarding Bodies have confirmed that Coelrind will be headline sponsor of the FAB 2017 Conference, Awards and Exhibition in Leicester on 19 and 20 October.  The FAB conference is the largest annual event aimed at awarding bodies. Bookings for FAB 2017 will open soon.

Stephen Wright, FAB’s Chief Executive, said “”I’m delighted that Coelrind are the headline sponsor of FAB 2017.


Coelrind have showcased their wide range of products and services to FAB members at the FAB Conference for the past three years and are increasingly known in the sector.  They offer a full range of design, development, implementation and operational services to enable awarding organisations to make the best use of learning and assessment technology.”

Coelrind's CEO, John O'Sullivan said "We are delighted to sponsor the FAB conference. We are supportive of all the good work that FAB performs on behalf of its members. The FAB conference is the keystone event for all practitioners in our sector and we look forward to playing a part in its continued success".

About Coelrind (www.coelrind.co.uk)


Coelrind’s experienced team bring together expertise in assessment development, exam administration, instructional design and eLearning development with a deep understanding of how to future-proof technology so as to provide flexible, scalable and sustainable solutions.

They have worked with organisations of all sizes to deploy their fully managed solutions including: awarding organisations; training providers; certification bodies; professional bodies; third sector; organisations; government departments and corporations.

The XAMS assessment platform, is used by many of the UK leading awarding organisations and has delivered examinations to large numbers of students – online, offline and on paper – across the world.

About Federation of Awarding Bodies (www.awarding.org.uk)

The Federation of Awarding Bodies is the trade association for awarding bodies in the UK and has over 135 members.

FAB liaises with key stakeholders, including government departments, regulators and funding agencies to represent the interests of their members and provides information, advice and guidance to support them in providing high quality and valued vocational qualifications.