Getting qualified with Cambridge International
Further your professional understanding of assessments, broaden your skills and create extra income by becoming an Assessment Specialist with Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Delivering qualifications in over 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries across the world – Cambridge Assessment International Education are experts in their field.
Providing excellence in education and ensuring all learners benefit from a fair and accurate assessment of their skills, knowledge and understanding is the mission of Cambridge Assessment International Education.
As the world’s largest provider of international education programmes and qualifications for
five to 19-year-olds, there is a plethora of information and tools available to teachers from Cambridge Assessment International Education.
The curriculum boasts a range of syllabuses in Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge O Level and Cambridge International AS and A Level.
To support the continued growth worldwide, the team is inviting teachers to develop their professional experience by becoming Cambridge examiners, also known as Assessment Specialists.
There are many positive attributes to joining the Cambridge team of Assessment Specialists. Fitting around your home and work life commitments, becoming an Assessment Specialist will enhance your teaching skills by helping you gain an improved understanding of the examination process for your subject area.
Further skills will mean you are prepared to better support your students in their learning and development and improve their results. Similarly, you are sure to gain an invaluable insight into assessments, which will underpin your professional development, and provide you with knowledge you can pass on to colleagues.
From creating extra income to opportunities to network and develop your skills in a variety of roles, becoming an Assessment Specialist is sure to be a step in the right direction for you.
To learn more about becoming an examiner with Cambridge International click here.