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Exams are a busy time for schools, so let Protocol Education take the time-consuming work of finding exam invigilators off your hands. Our invigilators work to your school’s specific expectations as well as Protocol Education's best practice guide derived from JCQ advice.

Our invigilators will help to make each and every exam run smoothly. And, like all of our staff, they are fully vetted and referenced.

Protocol Education's Invigilator Checklist

Before starting any assignment we make sure everyone is aware and follows our Invigilator Checklist:

  • Ensure that you arrive at the time indicated by your consultant, this should be at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the exam
  • Contact your Protocol Education office between the hours of 7.00 am and 7.15am if you
    are running late or are sick
  • Wear suitable attire: quiet shoes - no high heels, no trainers; smart/professional dress - no jeans
  • Take a copy of your original DBS Disclosure and the Photo ID (passport or driving licence) which was presented to Protocol
  • Education at registration for purposes of identification, and any other documentation which may be advised by your Protocol consultant
  • Report to the reception and ask for the relevant contact as instructed by your Protocol consultant
  • Mobile phones must be switched off at all times
  • Your full attention must be given throughout and no other tasks should be undertaken during the examination e.g. reading a book etc.
  • Follow the instructions as directed by the school contact
  • Take all reasonable steps to safeguard your own and the pupil’s safety
  • As a temporary worker with Protocol Education, you are expected to represent the company in a professional and committed manner
  • Read the guidance to invigilators issued by the JQA at to understand what is required
    from an invigilator.
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