“I always feel excited after completing an oracy assessment. Watching students gain confidence in communicating with their peers is an extremely rewarding experience.”
Oracy assessments are delivered in-school by qualified Oracy Australia assessors. To become an assessor you will need to either be a qualified English or Drama teacher, a teacher who has presented candidates for assessment over a period of five years, or have relevant tertiary qualifications and be able to demonstrate work life experience in training and/or public speaking. You will be expected to have a high proficiency in spoken English and be articulate and well-spoken.
Only qualified assessors are licenced to deliver Oracy Australia programs.
Note: Oracy assessors are required to have a Working with Children Check (WWCC). Oracy Australia requires that your WWCC be updated annually.
Becoming a Qualified Assessor
In order to become a qualified Oracy Australia Assessor you will be required to complete a number of steps. Download the forms Steps to becoming a Qualified Oracy Australia Assessor and Oracy Australia Assessor Application Form here.