Trinity College London is a world leading international examinations board with a difference.
What sets us apart is our focus on the learner and our strong reputation for innovation and achievement based on the delivery of flexible styles of learning and teaching across the English Language and Performing and Creative Arts.
Within Trinity, Arts Award is a fast growing national qualification that supports young people to develop as artists and arts leaders. Trinity manages Arts Award in association with Arts Council England. If you share our passion for helping young people achieve their full potential and have the skills and experience we seek, we would be keen to hear from you.
Details of training and moderation opportunities can be found below.
Arts Award trainers and training agencies
All Arts Award advisers must successfully complete a training course accredited by Trinity College London before they can support young people to work towards an Arts Award. Training courses are provided by licensed Arts Award training agencies. They work with specialist trainers who run half-day and full-day courses at various Arts Award levels. To find out more about adviser training courses please go to our training pages.
We are not currently looking to expand the number of training agencies or trainers delivering courses, although if you are interested in finding out more about how training agencies/trainers work or would like to express your interest in this area then please contact the Arts Award Training Team Leader on 020 7820 4753.
Arts Award moderators
Trinity welcomes applications from arts practitioners and arts educators interested in becoming Arts Award moderators. You should have at least five years full-time professional experience in a relevant field, experience of assessment in the arts and ideally have already completed Arts Award Bronze/Silver adviser training.
We are looking for professionals with a wide range of knowledge across the art forms, and interest in contemporary youth culture. You will have an ability to travel widely and independently in the UK on a flexible range of days, usually moderating at least 10-12 sessions including at least six days during the last two weeks of June and the first three weeks of July. The work will involve conducting moderation of assessments made locally by Arts Award advisers.
Arts Award moderators are selected based on Trinity's need in particular locations across the country, specialism's, a range of assessment experience as well as knowledge/experience of Arts Award in practice. Please look below for the locations where we are particualry looking to recruit in 2016.
Arts Award moderation is undertaken on an individual basis by self-employed professionals.
The recruitment and training process is detailed below and the current daily rate for Arts Award Moderators is £219 plus expenses, with the half day rate being £116.
The recruitment process is as follows:
Applicants invited to join the moderation panel will be supported by a senior moderator at their first moderation.
Applications for the 2016/2017 recruitment are currently closed but will re-open in Spring 2017 for the 2017/2018 recruitmnet. Please watch this page for further information.
Unsuccessful applicants from the 2016 recruitment will have their applications kept on file until 31 March 2017, after which those applications will be destroyed. If applicants would like to be considered for the next round they will need to apply again once application reopen.
Please note that due to the volume of applications received for this role we will be unable to provide individual feedback.
Thank you for your interest in becoming an Arts Award moderator.