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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.

If you would like to join Arts Award as a member of the Arts Award team, you can find details of our opportunities below.

Arts Award moderators 

We are not currently recruiting for Arts Award moderators; our next recruitment round is planned for the autumn. If you wish to express your interest in applying please complete this form and we will let you know when applications open. Please Note: we will only consider applications from individuals who are already trained as an Arts Award adviser at Bronze & Silver level. Find out more about adviser training here

About the role
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 and have already completed Arts Award Discover & Explore or Bronze & Silver adviser training. 

We are looking for professionals with a wide range of knowledge across art forms, and interest in contemporary youth culture. You will have an ability to conduct assessments digitally as well as in-person and travel widely and independently in the UK on a flexible range of days, usually moderating at least 10-12 days 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, specialisms, a range of assessment experience, as well as knowledge/experience of Arts Award in practice.

Arts Award moderation is undertaken on an individual basis by self-employed professionals. 

Find out more about the requirements of the role, by downloading the role description

 The selection process for Arts Award moderators consists of: 

  • Application form
  • An interview with an existing panel member (conducted digitally over video conference) 
  • A pre training task 
  • Attendance at a 2-day moderator training and selection event (this may be digital or in person) 
  • A post training standardisation task  
  • Two moderation field days: Face-to-Face and digital moderation 

Thank you for your interest in becoming an Arts Award moderator and if you have any questions about the role please contact us at: 


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