Ever wondered why teachers choose to become Associates (this term is for those involved in Assessment work with Pearson for example Examiners, External Verifiers) with Pearson?
We asked a number of our Associates to talk about their experience of being an Associate.
We wanted to know how they become involved in the work, and what were the biggest challenges of this work? And we wanted their opinions on how being an associate impacts their teaching career and day to day teaching in schools.
Progress within Pearson
For you, your centre and students
Conflict of interest
You can work for other awarding bodies
Fitting the role around existing commitments
Balancing with current employment
You do not need to currently teach the Pearson specification
Each role has differing responsibilities
What is required for the role