Assessors can use this form to provide feedback about each PAS assessment they do as part of certification and/or recertification. The McCormick Center will use the feedback you provide to make improvements in the assessment process. Please return your form to the McCormick Center along with the copy of the center’s completed PAS book and […]
When doing a PAS assessment for certification or re-certification, assessors give this form to the administrator at the program and ask them to complete it and send it back to the McCormick Center. Please provide the administrator with a return addressed envelope addressed to the McCormick Center (the address is also on the bottom of […]
The individuals listed successfully completed Assessor Reliability training on the Business Administration Scale (BAS). During the training they achieved reliability, went on to become Certified BAS Assessors, and have maintained that certification.
View a sample Program Administration Scale (PAS) report.
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