The Panel of Examiners
The RAD has a panel of over 200 examiners across 25 countries. Examiners undergo a demanding selection process followed by further training and quality assurance throughout their career, including regular seminars for standardization, learning new work and discussions on a wide range of topics including unconscious bias, data protection, safeguarding, and new technologies.
Examiners undergo appropriate disclosure protocols according to their country of residence and adhere to the policies and procedures of the RAD Examinations Board, including equal opportunities and child protection.
Applying to become an RAD examiner
- Becoming an RAD examiner involves following an application process with a job description and personal specification
- Recruitment happens at irregular intervals, based on the size of the current panel and examination needs
- Potential examiners are expected to attend a training programme (up to 5 weeks) and to commit to a minimum amount of examining during the calendar year
- For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org