Do I Qualify?

Do I qualify to become a CILEx Assessor?

The Applicant :

  • Is currently, or has recently taught the subject applied for at the appropriate level.
  • Is or was a practitioner in the subject applied for.
  • Has some level of knowledge of understanding of assessment.

Additional requirements:

  • Excellent time management skills and meticulous in their approach to work.
  • IT literate with access to a computer at home with broadband connection.
  • Marking experience including e-marking. 

 To register your interest, you should also consider the following:


Chief Examiner

  • Be a law graduate or legal professional
  • Be undertaking continuous professional development in the subject area to ensure legal knowledge is current
  • Have current relevant assessment experience
  • Be diplomatic and tactful with the ability to receive constructive criticism
  • Be able to reflect on and evaluate own work
  • Have the ability to exercise sound professional judgement
  • Have good written and verbal communication skills
  • Have good attention to detail
  • Be organised with the ability to work to tight deadlines
  • Be open to regular interaction with CILEx Assessment Officers throughout the assessment cycle.

Reviser


  • Have current relevant assessment experience including good working knowledge of the criteria for ensuring the validity of assessment and avoidance of bias
  • Be diplomatic and tactful with the ability to provide constructive criticism
  • Have the ability to reflect on and evaluate the work of others
  • Have the ability to exercise sound professional judgement
  • Have good written and verbal communication skills
  • Be organised with the ability to work to tight deadlines

Scrutiniser


  • Have current relevant assessment experience including good working knowledge of the criteria for ensuring the validity of assessment and avoidance of bias
  • Confident to stress test assessment materials by producing mark scheme
  • Be diplomatic and tactful with the ability to provide constructive criticism to chief examiner
  • Have the ability to reflect on and evaluate the work of others
  • Have the ability to exercise sound professional judgement
  • Have good verbal communication skills
  • Possess excellent attention to detail