Gala dinner and winners celebration, London, 18 April 2018
Join us for a spectacular gala evening at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Tower of London, in London, UK.
Tickets on sale at https://eassessmentawards.eventbrite.co.uk
As well as announcing the winners, the evening offers the perfect opportunity to network and learn from each other. We will celebrate the fantastic variety of achievements and experiences in the diverse field of e-assessment: where schools can learn from doctors, where researchers can make direct links with industry suppliers, where the diverse story of e-assessment can truly unfold.
The Gala awards experience will begin with a drinks reception on the mezzanine balcony overlooking the hotel lobby, followed by a fabulous 3 course dinner, interspersed with the winners presentations.
The dinner will be held on the evening of the first day of the two-day e-Assessment Question, the 16th annual conference and exhibition organised by Assessment Tomorrow, in the nearby America Square Conference Centre.
- Dress Code - Smart casual
- Start time - 6 for 6.30 pm
- Event ends - 11.30 pm
For any event enquiries, please contact Karen via firstname.lastname@example.org
"I am delighted to have been asked by the Chairman of e-Assessment Association to give my reflections on developments in the e-Assessment industry as a part of the Awards ceremony on 22 March.
The awards are an important opportunity to celebrate, and showcase, what’s successful and exciting in our area of work and I am looking forward to learning from the experiences of new and old colleagues at the event."
Keynote Presenter 2017, Mike Dawe, Freelance consultant
"I thought the evening was an absolute success. It had excellent attendance and I really enjoyed meeting the team and spending the evening with NFER."
Emma Beatty, Director of Technology at CEM reflects on the 2017 Awards evening
"what a positive experience judging the Innovation award was. The whole thing, both judging and the Awards dinner, set the eAA in a whole new light, and set the bar very high for the coming years"
Martin Mackain-Bremner, AAT