Exam Team Development is a social enterprise which trains and supports exam centre staff in UK schools, colleges and training organisations, so that they can deliver the best possible exam experience for their students.
- Innovative Active Invigilation Training focused on observation skills, vigilance and candidate management
- NEW Enhanced Invigilation Skills training for experienced invigilators
- Training for senior invigilators
- Support and training for exam centre staff in managing invigilation teams
While ETD now has limited availability for face-to-face invigilator training, you can access our interactive, multi-media online invigilator training courses via Pearson Publishing‘s nimbl platform.*
Starting Invigilation is aimed at new invigilators, and is a low-cost, effective way for exam officers to get new invigilators up to speed, with plenty of activities, videos and quizzes. What’s more, nimbl lets you track progress so you know that the course has been completed.
Stop Cheat is based on ETD’s top-quality face-to-face training, and helps invigilators spot, deal with and prevent cheating in all kinds of exams.
Free invigilator training resource: get our free one-page guide highlighting the most important changes for invigilators in the 2017-18 ICE booklet.
*Pearson Publishing is an independent company, not related in any way to Pearson Education or Pearson PLC.
Our best wishes for Christmas and the New Year to all those involved in delivering exams.
Just to let you know: ETD will have limited availability during the first half of 2017. We welcome enquiries, but will give priority to centres where we have previously run training and to those within 50 miles of Oxford.
We’ve just produced our checklist of the key changes for invigilators in the 2016-2017 ICE booklet. Our newsletter subscribers can download this free resource to use with invigilation teams – subscribe now via the sidebar.
Our invigilator training always stresses the importance of reporting malpractice promptly, including the need to “whistleblow” in the rare case that a centre doesn’t respond to allegations correctly.
It’s good to see Ofqual highlighting whistleblowing procedures with their campaign reminding teachers, schools, parents and students about the importance of reporting any evidence or suspicions of cheating, malpractice or exam fraud.
ETD had a busy January and February running our latest centre-based training courses around the UK.
For centres running exams under JCQ regulations, we’ve developed new modules on invigilating candidates with access arrangements. These can be included in our Active Invigilator Training package, or run as a stand-alone session. Either way, we ensure that those supporting exam candidates with access arrangements fully understand the rules on invigilation.
And our new range of stimulating, interactive exercises makes sure our training sessions are enjoyable as well as ticking all those JCQ boxes!
News prior to March 2016 has been archived