This module is annually updated on an academic year basis and access to the module is included within your centre membership to The Exams Office
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What the module offers
Four units, annually updated on an academic year basis, are available as part of this module – (member centre) exams officers should determine which (or all) of the units are completed by their invigilators on an annual (academic year) basis.
The module is designed to inform and measure the understanding of invigilators (and where relevant, access arrangement facilitators) of what is expected of them when supervising and supporting candidates under examination conditions.
A range of videos are included within the module to support invigilators in understanding the JCQ regulations.
The units within the module do not address centre-specific requirements and processes (within the regulations) which invigilators should be separately briefed on/trained in by their centre.
The module is an ‘open-book’ assessment where invigilators are permitted to consult the regulations whilst completing all units.
On successful completion of a unit, certification is awarded.
What the module contains
(Unit 1) NEW INVIGILATORS: INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONDUCTING EXAMINATIONS
Designed to meet the requirement for new invigilators to know what is expected of them by being familiarised with the content of the JCQ publication Instructions for conducting examinations that impacts on the role of the invigilator and being made aware of the Checklist for invigilators (for written examinations) before they invigilate any examination (See CONTENT OF THE TRAINING MATERIAL)
This unit may also be useful as a refresher session for experienced invigilators
(Unit 2) INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONDUCTING ON-SCREEN TESTS
Designed to meet the requirement for those invigilators new to conducting on-screen tests to know what is expected of them by being familiarised with the content of the JCQ publication Instructions for conducting examinations (Appendix 1 Instructions for conducting on-screen tests) in advance of invigilating on-screen tests (See CONTENT OF THE TRAINING MATERIAL)
(Unit 3) EXPERIENCED INVIGILATORS: CHANGES TO INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONDUCTING EXAMINATIONS/CENTRE-SPECIFIC ARRANGEMENTS RELATING TO THE CONDUCTING OF EXAMINATIONS
Designed to meet the requirement for the existing invigilation team (meaning experienced invigilators who are already fully trained in ICE) to be annually updated so that they are aware of any changes within the JCQ publication Instructions for conducting examinations that impact on the role of the invigilator
(This unit also includes a section on the centre-specific arrangements relating to the conducting of examinations that invigilators must be aware of) (See CONTENT OF THE TRAINING MATERIAL)
(Unit 4) SUPERVISING AND SUPPORTING ACCESS ARRANGEMENTS: INSTRUCTIONS FOR INVIGILATORS AND FACILITATORS
Designed to meet the requirement for new invigilators and those facilitating an access arrangement (as a practical assistant, a prompter, a reader or a scribe) for a candidate under examination conditions to understand the rules of particular access arrangements, their respective roles and what is and what is not permissible in the examination room
(Note where a facilitator is supporting a candidate in an exam room on a 1:1 basis and (where permitted by the regulations) also acting as the invigilator, as well as facilitator trained the facilitator must also be invigilator trained (See CONTENT OF THE TRAINING MATERIAL)
Note, completion and certification of the annually updated units of the module must take place by the end of July each year as they will be deactivated from then until they are re-activated early in the new academic year (subject to the issue of all relevant updated JCQ publications) after review and update
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