ITC Test User Programme 1: An Introduction to Psychological Testing
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The Course is in 12 parts.
Online version created by Dave Bartram, Patricia Lindley and Dragos Iliescu
Authors: Dave Bartram & Patricia Lindley
Dave Bartram and Patricia Lindley are both UK based while Dragos Iliescu is based in Romania
Dave Bartram retired from CEB in July 2016. He was Chief
Psychologist for CEB’s Talent Management Labs. Before SHL’s acquisition by CEB
he was Research Director for SHL and prior to that Dean of the Faculty of
Science and the Environment and Professor of Psychology in the Department of
Psychology at the University of Hull, UK.
He has been awarded Fellowships
by the British Psychological Society (BPS), the Ergonomics Society, the
International Test commission (ITC), the Academy of Social Sciences, the
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the
International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP). He is Extraordinary
Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the University of
Pretoria, South Africa and honorary Professor at the University of Kent, UK.
Dr Patricia Lindley is a Chartered and Registered Occupational
Psychologist whose career started as a teacher and organiser in adult literacy
in the community and in youth and high security prisons. This culminated in her
being the first female deputy education officer in male high security prisons.
Her PhD in the cognitive aspects of reading led her into a career as an
Occupational Psychologist with a focus on tests and testing. She has worked
with the University of Hull and has been employed by and a consultant to the
Home Office Assessment and Consultancy Unit and to the Government’s Department
Since 1990 until 2015 she
was a member and then Chair of the Test Standards Committee of the British
Psychological Society (BPS) and from 1995 until 2015 she has been consultant
Editor then Senior Editor of the BPS Test Reviews leading the move from paper
based to online reviews in 2005. She was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award
by the Division of Occupational Psychology in 2013.