Becoming an Internal Verifier
If you are qualified and experienced as a tutor and assessor, then you may consider becoming an Internal Verifier (IV). The IV role is to support tutors and assessors to ensure courses are run to the highest standards, and that consistency and quality are maintained.
You will need to have good observation, communication and feedback skills and a real commitment and desire to delivering and maintaining quality education.
We recruit and train IVs periodically, and where we have a vacancy, these are advertised via the BG website.
Becoming an Assessor
The assessment of new and developing coaches and judges is key to ensuring the next generation are competent, confident and safe. As an assessor you will need to have good technical knowledge, be confident in giving and receiving feedback and be able to put candidates at their ease. You will receive training and support in becoming a qualified BG Assessor and be paid for assessments.
You would need to commit to completing the Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement (AVRA) qualification (which we will arrange and fund) and you will then be supported through your sign-off by an experienced mentor assessor. This training is delivered over one weekend with follow-up work and assessment practice.
We identify our assessor requirements based on geographical and discipline-by-discipline needs. Vacancies are advertised via the BG website.
All new assessors will be expected to sign up to an agreed code of conduct, which helps to ensure candidates get the best education experience possible.
There are a range of roles that support the delivery of great education, from tutoring and assessing to verifying that our courses are being delivered and assessed to the highest standards.
If you are thinking of joining the BG Educator Workforce, have a look at each role to see if they are right for you and how to apply:Workforce Toolkit
The Workforce Toolkit in the British Gymnastics Academy provides tutor, assessor and Internal Verifier (IV) resources for blended learning courses (courses with online activities) and other courses.
To access Workforce Toolkit, visit the BG Academy and log in with your normal membership number and password.
Becoming a Tutor
Becoming a BG Tutor is a great opportunity to further develop your skills and to contribute to the education of the coaches and judges of the future. You will receive training and support in becoming a qualified BG tutor and be paid for delivering our courses.
In order to become a BG Tutor, you will need to be appropriately qualified for the course you intend to tutor, be passionate about helping others to learn and gain knowledge and experience, and happy to go through an interview and selection process. If successful, you will need to commit to a programme of training and undertake a sign-off process under the guidance of an experienced BG Tutor.
We identify our tutor requirements based on geographical and discipline-by-discipline needs. Vacancies are advertised via the BG website.
All new tutors will be expected to sign up to an agreed code of conduct, which helps to ensure candidates get the best education experience possible.