(Episode 4 in the series of Demystifying ZQ for Students)
This symposium is the fourth episode in a series of ten symposia aimed at students, parents, teachers and other stakeholders in education. During this symposium, we’ll look at acquired abilities and a quotient that measures it. We’ll discuss why acquiring abilities is a necessity in today’s fast-paced and competitive world. We’ll look at how students can actively manage and put their acquired abilities to good use and how they can expand on their new-found talents in order to experience growth and become truly future-ready. We’ll also discuss how students can acquire abilities in the most efficient way in the 21st_century.
This symposium is certified by Qualifications and Assessments International (QAI), UK, a private international awarding, accrediting, assessing and quality assurance body, specialising in teacher training, teaching qualifications and assessments.
To get a Certificate of Participation, you must attend the programme for minimum 30 minutes. If you meet the certification requirements, your digital certificate will be immediately available to you on your Zamit personal page.
ZQ points and the next steps
Your certificate will add 30 ZQ points to your future readiness score. This symposium also serves as an introduction to our more detailed Continuous Professional Development (CPD) certificate courses and helps you meet your CPD requirements as per the NEP 2020.
Panellists and Moderators
This symposium includes national and international experts and comments from Dr Zsanett Ágnes Bicsák, Research Officer and Psychologist, Nottingham Trent University, UK.