Roger Trigg is presenting at the e-Assessment Question Conference
Roger Trigg, Education Manager, Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment will be taking part in the panel session on Innovation and Regulation.
Roger trained as a classroom music teacher and has also worked as a creative arts director in both the USA and Australia.
Since 2006, he has worked for the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) in Belfast. For six years Roger was a subject officer at CCEA with responsibility for GCSE and A level Music, Drama and Moving Image Arts (MIA). Notably, the MIA A level is the first general qualification in the UK to feature a terminal examination administered wholly online.
In 2013, Roger joined CCEA Regulation. Since that time, part of his role has been as a member and co-chair of the e-Assessment Research & Development forum whose membership includes the four UK qualification regulators and whose meetings regularly include inputs from Awarding Organisations and other relevant e-Assessment professionals.