Drama & Speech, Dance and PPAD (DaDA) examiner vacancies
Professional Performing Arts Diploma Assessors
Applicants must be able to demonstrate extensive experience of professional practice and an understanding of assessment and moderation processes in vocational training, as well as the ability to write accurate, informative and analytical reports within specified deadlines.
Applicants must be available and willing to complete Trinity’s training programme, to fulfil the minimum number of moderation/ assessment days and to travel within the UK on pre-arranged times. These positions are part-time and can be fitted around other professional engagements. At this time we particularly welcome applications from individuals who specialise in performing/teaching commercial dance and singing.
Trinity College London is one of the world’s leading examination boards, offering exams in English language and the performing and creative arts in more than 60 countries. Established in 1877, we are known and respected for the wide range and content of our syllabuses as well as our ability to provide first-class care and support to our student, teacher and customer communities.
All Assessors work on a freelance, self-employed basis.
Drama & Performance
Drama & Performance at Trinity covers a wide range of Drama, Musical Theatre, Performance Arts, and Communication Skills qualifications. We have three panels of Examiners and Assessors associated with these areas:
- Drama Examiners panel
Drama Examiners are qualified to examine Graded exams and Diplomas for the Acting & Speaking, Performance Arts, Communication Skills and Musical Theatre syllabuses.
- PPAD (DaDA) Assessors panel
Professional Performing Arts Diplomas (PPAD) Assessors are professionals with a high level, sustained professional career with a national/international profile and experience as actors, performers, dancers, directors or choreographers who assess students at the validated course provider colleges.
- Dance (DDTAL) Assessors panel
Dance (Diploma in Dance Teaching and Learning) Assessors have extensive experience of dance teacher training and a good understanding of the broad range of contexts in which dance teaching can take place for children and young people.
If you have any questions about Examiner/Assessor recruitment for Drama, PPAD or Dance panels please email email@example.com
Safeguarding and protection
Trinity College London is committed to safeguarding and protecting the children and young people with whom we work. As such, all posts are subject to a safer recruitment process, including the disclosure of criminal records and vetting checks. We ensure that we have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practice across the organisation.
For further details please see Trinity's policies.