Centre Administration


A key component of the assessment and development process is assessment against a set of objective measures supported by observed evidence. This is traditionally done by using paper based marking frames relating to each competency or behaviour that is being assessed.

With the Evoglio platform, we realise how important data and analytics are in the assessment process and we have incorporated fully integrated tools to both manage the delivery of marking frames and surveys with the automatic upload of electronically and manually scored data.
Linked to our analytics platform this provides a solid foundation and audit trail for the assessment process.
Marking Frames

We provide the means to manage the full electronic marking frame lifecycle for assessors with automated data collection and reporting.

Marking frames are distributed elelctronically to assessors for on or offline completion with the information being aggregated to a common database for the debrief process. Data from the process is then uploaded for automated mapping against competencies, integration with electronically marked data analysis and reporting purposes.


Scheduling an assessment or development centre can be a time conuming job with multiple participants, groups, assessors, rooms and times-all with constraints.

The centre administration module contains a comprehensive scheduler that can reduce this workload considerably, working from user supplied Excel templates. This simplifies input and provides output that can viewed and exported in a number of different ways.


Surveys  &  360 Feedback

We provide comprehensive support for high volume surveys such as 360 feedback.

Surveys can be easily user defined and deployed to respondents for completion.

Once completed, the data is automatically uploaded to our integrated database where, in a similar way to marking frames, it is automatically mapped against competencies for use with user defined analytics and reporting.

Realtime Messaging, Group Activities  &  Video

One extremely powerful aspect of the assessment platform is that assessors can interact with a user while they are actually taking part in a simulation.

Communication can be as simple as sending a user an email, inviting a user to a video call for role play or interview, or it may be inviting a group of users to take part in a full blown collaboritave video based event complete with whiteboards, presentations and group chat via text or video conferencing.