2017 Assessor applications and training dates will be avaliable late April.
Why become a VCE assessor?
- It’s a great professional development opportunity and it’s a paid activity
- It’s recognised by the Victorian Institute of Teaching as approved professional development
- It’s a great way to interact with colleagues and contribute to the VCE external assessment process
What do you need to be a VCE assessor?
- Teaching experience at VCE Units 3 and 4 in the study
What information do you need to include in an application to be a VCE assessor?
- Experience teaching at VCE Units 3 and 4 level
- Previous experience in any assessment related role with the VCAA such as assessing VCE external assessments; being State Reviewer for a VCE study, a review panel member for a VCE study or similar roles in other jurisdictions
- Which VCE studies and units you have taught and for how long
- Where you have taught previously and where you are teaching now
- Relevant professional development in Units 3 and 4
What will you be asked to do?
- Attend a compulsory full day training meeting. This may be held on a weekend
- Be available to mark according to the schedule defined by the VCAA
- Adhere to assessment procedures and policies as determined by the VCAA
- Maintain confidentiality and security requirements
How do you apply?
- All applications must be lodged through the VCAA
Sessional Staff Management System (SSMS)
- Ensure you complete all fields with as much information as possible
- Carefully read all information on SSMS front page before applying
How can you get more information about assessing VCE external assessments?
More detailed information is available on the SSMS website: Becoming a VCE assessor.
VCAA Assessment Operations Unit
(03) 9225 2200