The Psychometrics Forum


We aim to enhance knowledge and understanding of Psychometrics and their best use. As a Forum, we discuss issues relevant to the use of psychometrics in the modern workplace and uphold ethical standards of test practice.  We hold four events a year and offer substantial training discounts.








See our Current Events and Training Offer pages for further information and how to book.  We have just added new training offers from Hogrefe,  Psysoft and Team Focus (next course for MTR-i is 23rd March 2018).

We have just held a very successful event with Diane Newell from The OCM talking about ‘Neuroscience and Coaching’ and Doug Strycharczyk from AQR International in the afternoon on ’Mental Toughness and the MTQPlus development’.  To learn more, see our Previous Topics and Speakers page and our next edition of Psyche due out in April.


Next event: Thursday 17th May 2018 10am - 4:30pm at The Naval Club, 38 Hill Street, London W1.  

The Management of Change in light of Big Data


Speakers and Topics:


Ben Thornton

Ben Thornton, Director PWC HR Consulting Practice - Leads the HR Transformation proposition for PWC UK, including Technology

In this interactive session Ben will share a number of recent PWC thought leadership papers including: Mega Trends - the 5 trends shaping modern life; Workforce of the Future – thinking about how this uncertainty is impacting the world of work covering considerations of collectivism v individualism and business fragmentation v integration; Power to Perform – the Human Capital priorities that are emerging.  Ben will be discussing these themes, particularly some of the emerging technologies that are starting to re-shape people processes. This will be an interactive session with syndicate and open floor discussions to give an opportunity to discuss and address some of the key challenges that arise.


Prof Peter Saville

Professor Peter Saville, Chair 10x Psychology Limited, ex Saville Consulting; Saville & Holdsworth; NFER - Nelson.

Peter Saville will be speaking in an interactive session on past and current attempts in psychometrics to develop equations and algorithms to implement change and enhance prediction, performance and outcomes in psychology. Peter will then consider the application of Big Data and present recent research on both intrinsic and extrinsic factors to improve performance of high level teams in education, the workplace and professional sport.

For further information click to view the Event Flyer and to book please email

Cost for the day, including lunch: Members: £75  Non-members: £125 



Our New Frontiers Seminar was sold out and received excellent reviews, to find out more see our Previous Topics and Speakers page.

The winner of The Psychometrics Forum 2017 Excellence in Psychometrics Award - is Aiden Loe.  See our Events page for further details.




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