AssessTech User Forum 2023: Agenda and Speakers Announced

AssessTech’s User Forum 2023 focuses on partnership with the railway and promoting a proactive approach.

This year’s event will be taking place at the Congress Centre in London on Thursday 9th November. 

The day will include updates from AssessTech, as well as presentations from our customers and partners from across the railway industry. We will be providing updates on customer support, alongside insights into how adopting a proactive approach to competence management has benefited our existing customers. Q&As and live polls will be running throughout the event, providing the opportunity for all to get involved.

Highlights from the event in 2022

We are also excited to be hosting an exhibition in the Congress Suite where our key partners and suppliers will be joining us to answer your questions. The AssessTech Training & Consulting team will have their own stand and will be available throughout the day.

As always, free goodies, giveaways and a breakfast and hot lunch are provided.

Event Registration and Access 

In order to attend you will need to register, so if you haven’t already done this please click on the button below ASAP.

We are using an event application to support live polls, giveaways, and Q&A interactions. You can use this application as an online webpage or a mobile App (there are iOS and Android versions available).

Once you have registered, you will be able to log into the Conference App using the same email address. You will need to use the “Reset Password” link if you have not logged in before.

View the full agenda and access exhibitor information including the all-important menu on the app.

Agenda Highlights 

The full agenda is available on the Conference App (use the button above). Highlights include:

A keynote speech from Rob Mullen, c2c.

We will have a presentation from Annabelle Marks, South Western Railway, who will be discussing the benefits of the ACMS Cross-TOC Working Group.

Steve Starling, Greater Anglia, will be exploring how they have harnessed ACMS to link their incident and competence management processes.

Great British Railfreight have recently become our first customer to take our risk management tool provided by 6clicks. Head of Competence, Jake Rapp, will be speaking about the positive impact the solution is having on managing incidents for the business. 

Stewart Player, Head of Operations at South Western Railway, will be showcasing our Lead IQA Award course and the benefits this has provided since working towards the qualification.

And last but not least, the AssessTech team will be speaking throughout the day to provide company updates, outlining our strategy for proactive customer support, and will be hosting a series of development scoping sessions.