Invitation to Sponsor the 10th ITC Conference | Vancouver, July 1-4, 2016
As you may know, the ITC is a not-for profit organization of national psychological associations, test commissions, publishers and other testing organizations committed to promoting effective testing and assessment policies and to the proper development, evaluation and uses of educational and psychological instruments (see intestcom.org).
The ITC promotes the exchange of information among its members and stimulates them to jointly resolve issues related to the construction, dissemination and the use of psychological and educational tests and other assessment instruments. One of the means to achieve this is through the conference which the ITC organizes every two years.
This theme for the 10th Annual Conference is Improving Policy and Practice: Opportunities and Challenges in an International Context, and will guide the presentation of workshops, keynote addresses, symposia and special sessions. Prominent speakers from across the world will be presenting and giving workshops. The estimated number of delegates is between 400 and 500.
In the past, the ITC conference has proved to be an excellent opportunity to promote products and services in the domain of testing. We invite you to use this opportunity by participating in the conference as a sponsor. Your organization will be affiliated with the newest developments in the theory and practice of testing. There are four different classes of sponsorship which are listed in below.
Thank you for considering this opportunity to sponsor ITC’s 10th conference in Vancouver, 2016.
2016 ITC Conference Sponsor Benefits
* Text and logos must be received by March 2016
**Delegates attending the Conference on sponsorship will not receive the two year free membership to the ITC
To sponsor the ITC 2016 Conference or to learn more, please contact:
Buros Centre for Testing
402-472-2910 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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