Invigilating tests and examinations
The key role of an invigilator is to ensure the integrity of the examination process. Learn about the roles and responsibilities of an invigilator, the requirements of the Joint Council for Qualifications , access arrangements, and what to do if malpractice is suspected.
- Know what to do before, during, and after an examination
- Understand adjustments that may need to be made for students with disabilities and learning difficulties
- Understand what is meant by 'malpractice' and how to act if you see malpractice or suspect it
Advantages of this course
- The presentation section of this course considers the number of invigilators needed for exams, exam room rules (such as distance between students, mobile phone policy, and breaks), timing, and resources
- There are video resources on procedures for handling exam papers, exam rules, policies and procedures, and access arrangements
- Additional activities encourage you to reflect on your learning
- There is also suggested extended reading that gives both practical information and links to websites to expand knowledge
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