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Employment Testing Firm Becomes Member Of International Test Commission

April 02, 2008

Employment testing solutions provider PreVisor this week announced that the firm has been accepted as an affiliate member of the International Test Commission (ITC), an association of organizations focused on the advancement of testing policy and practice.
 
PreVisor offers products and services to provide employers with the ability to gauge in advance both a candidate’s current readiness for a particular job, and his or her performance potential for the future. The company's solutions provide employers with the ability to screen, select, develop and promote the employees who will be the most productive, from day one, moving forward.
 
The International Test Commission is an association of psychological associations, test commissions, publishers and other organizations committed to promoting effective testing and assessment policies and to the proper development, evaluation, and uses of educational and psychological instruments.
 
The ITC’s Full Membership is currently made up of 20 national professional psychological associations. PreVisor joins the Commission’s roster of Affiliate Members, which consists of other test commissions, major test publishers, and leading research organizations involved in testing. In addition, the ITC also includes over 150 prominent assessment professionals as Individual Members.
 
“We are honored to join the ranks of this important organization,” says Dr. Mike Fetzer, VP of Content Development. “We believe ITC is a particularly appropriate forum for PreVisor, because we have always maintained a strong emphasis on assessment research and development. We look forward to working with our international peers to further the growth and application of assessment science.”
 
PreVisor CEO Noel Sitzmann added, “My congratulations go to the entire PreVisor organization for this well-deserved recognition. ITC plays a leading role in promoting sound, effective testing policies and standards throughout the world, just as PreVisor is a leader in developing scientifically sound employment assessments. Our membership underscores our growing international reach, and is a testament to the industry-leading research efforts of our team.”
 
Tracey Schelmetic is Editorial Director for Customer Interaction Solutions magazine, and covers the customer relationship management and call center industries for TMCnet. To read more of Tracey’s articles, please visit her columnist page. She also blogs for TMCnet here.

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