The Saskatchewan Instructional Design Group (SK ID) hosted a webinar on programme assessment drawing on the TESTA approach. 87 participants from five institutions on different campuses attended the webinar, which was led by Tansy Jessop, in New Delhi, and moderated by Denise Nelson in Regina. The five institutions were the Saskatchwan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), Universities of Regina and Saskatoon, Briercrest Bible College and Seminary and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The session was held on Blackboard Collaborate with break out rooms for discussion, both real and virtual, and covered the terrain of designing more programmatic assessment, exploring the balance between summative and formative assessment, troubleshooting assessment patterns which encourage students to work in peaks and troughs, developing more dialogic and engaging feedback, and using evidence to engineer change. Technologically there were a few small glitches but it was a bold and triumphant plan, with excellent technical back up, moderation and facilitation all the way.