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Pearson Clinical Assessment Research Projects

Be an Examiner

As an examiner with Pearson Clinical Assessment, your main role will be to recruit and assess participants for our projects. After completing our onboarding process, you will receive comprehensive training in the new assessment, and then go into the field to test participants. Further information about being an examiner can be found on the information sheets for each project, please see the sign-up links below.

 

Testimonials 

Here are testimonials from examiners working on our current projects:

The projects have given me the opportunity to try a range of new tests including some I would not normally use.”

Working as a self employed freelancer I have been able to take on as much or as little work as I choose to fit around my other commitments

It's a flexible way of working and you receive excellent support from the project team at Pearson.” 

We are currently running two projects. Please see below for more information and links to register your interest.

 

Current Projects

Motor Ability Assessments (3 - 25 years old)

This assessment is designed to assess motor ability in children and young people aged 3-25 years. It involves individuals completing simple physical tasks such as balancing and catching, as well as some fine motor control tasks such as writing and drawing. 

We are looking for Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Research Psychologists, Educational Psychologists and PE specialists, who have experience in administering standardised assessments to individuals aged between 3 and 25 years (you do not need to have assessment experience with the whole age range).

Sign-up for detailed information about working as an examiner on this project. 

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Be an Examiner in the Future

If you are interested in working on a project but you do not fit the criteria above, please sign up to hear about future projects.

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