November 09, 2012
Due to recent work on Indiana’s ISTEP+, CTB/McGraw Hill called on Briljent to help them administer the Oklahoma End-of-Instruction (EOI) assessments for the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT) by providing state-wide training to the school district test coordinators.
District test coordinators are responsible for administering seven EOI tests in content areas such as: ACE Algebra I, ACE Algebra II, ACE Geometry, ACE English II, ACE English III, ACE Biology I, and ACE U.S. History. These tests are administered online, with the exception of the Writing portions of ACE English II and ACE English III, which are administered only in a paper/pencil format.
Briljent’s approach included training 300 test coordinators in a face-to-face or classroom format and multiple webinars where an estimated additional 720 participants were trained.
August 28, 2012
Briljent is pleased to announce that we will be attending the 45th Annual Information Technology (IT) Solutions Management for Human Services (ISM) Conference in Baltimore, Maryland from August 26 - 29, 2012. The Conference will be hosted by ISM, an affiliate of the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA). A Briljent team of business development representatives will be present at the conference with a main focus on the Medicaid Eligibility world and the changes involving eligibility systems. Briljent has broad expertise in training and has recently won two partnerships for Integrated Medicaid Eligibility Systems work in both Indiana and Illinois. This conference provides Briljent and other participants with the advantage to discuss best practices, emerging technologies, and healthcare reform, among other crucial topics and issues within the health and human services industry. In addition to this opportunity, Briljent will have the chance to network with business partners from both the private and public sector. Briljent is excited to participate in this significant networking and learning opportunity.
ISM, an affiliate of APHSA, is an association composed of a variety of professionals within the health and human services business. ISM’s main focus is to endorse capable automated systems and to share and advocate best practices and solutions. As part of APHSA, a nonprofit organization seeking refinement and improvement in health and human services, ISM supports and assists state and local agencies within the industry to ensure adequate and quality services for all individuals.
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