“I always feel excited after completing an oracy assessment. Watching students gain confidence in communicating with their peers is an extremely rewarding experience.”

Joan Hart       

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.

To find out more about becoming an assessor contact Andie Holborn on 0403 533 287 or email her at admin@oracy.org.au.