Have you ever considered a role that makes use of your skills, experience and knowledge? If so, then you may be interested in becoming an Approved BCS assessor. This role requires a minimum commitment of 2-4 hours per month.
Recognition and consultation
BCS operates an ongoing assessor recognition programme based on your level of contribution and proactive approach to the role. Assessor logos recognise your status as an Approved BCS Assessor. Also, our assessors are invited to consultation sessions and workshops to discuss continuous improvements and share best practise methods.
The value of being a BCS assessor
Here are some of the reasons our existing assessors value their volunteer role; it’s a means by which to give back to the IT profession; a great way to network with like-minded individuals and to further their IT knowledge.
Why become an assessor?
Christopher Marsh has worked in the IT industry for around 20 years, with the majority of his work being in internet related software applications and websites.