Invigilation

Information for staff

As an Invigilator, you are responsible for ensuring that examinations are conducted in such a manner that there can be no suggestion of improper conduct, unfairness, advantage or disadvantage to any student. We will not discriminate unfairly on the basis of sex, pregnancy and maternity, gender, gender reassignment, disability, race, ethnic or national origin, age, sexual orientation, socio economic background, religion and belief, political beliefs, family circumstances including marriage and civil partnership and trade union membership.

As a member of staff you are required to invigilate in University examinations when detailed to do so by your Head of Department following a request from the Registry Manager (Timetabling and Examinations).

A Chief Invigilator, appointed by the Registry, takes overall responsibility for ensuring that fellow invigilators implement the regulations that govern the conduct of invigilated examinations.

Invigilators will be informed of the sessions assigned to them shortly before the examination period. This will be sent to your University e-mail account.

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Information and contact details for all staff affected by changes being implemented to:

  • Attendance Management
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