Academic Registry invigilation training

The university is committed to ensuring that assessment is conducted with rigour and fairness, affording students the best possible opportunity to perform to the best of their ability in examinations.

LJMU has in place policies, procedures, rules and regulations for the conduct of examinations.

Training sessions will be held via Microsoft Teams throughout April and will cover the main aspects of the role of invigilators, including responsibilities prior to, during and following the completion of the examination. This includes circumstances such as dealing with late candidates, fire alarms, candidates causing a disturbance and suspicions of academic misconduct.

Training dates and times

  • Tuesday 4 April 10am to 11am
  • Tuesday 11 April 10am to 11am
  • Thursday 13 April 2pm to 3pm
  • Wednesday 19 April 10am to 11am

To book a place, please visit the Academic Registry events webpage.


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