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Become an assessor

UKROEd is the operating company of the Road Safety Trust with responsibility to provide the National Driver Offender Scheme (NDORS) on behalf of the police service.  The company functions as a legal entity, with responsibility for the management of the NDOR Scheme on behalf of the police service, providing:

  • Course design, review and development
  • Research and evaluation
  • Trainer and provider licence issue and compliance
  • Assessment of trainer and provider licences
  • Data security with administration of the attendance process via a national IT system
  • Policy, procedure, guidance and general advice to promote consistency in the provision of scheme courses
  • User and internal stakeholder liaison and guidance focused on quality

To achieve its purpose, UKROEd, has a national team of External Assessors.  External Assessors  carry out a range of quality assurance activities to support the National Quality Programme Manager and the wider UKROEd team. External Assessors work on a self-employed freelance basis.  The frequency of assessments varies across the year according to quality assurance demand.  External Assessors  carry out assessments online and in face-to-face environments.

Successful applicants

Successful applicants will be home-based self-employed contractors, and will be expected to travel to various training venues across home and adjoining counties, as well as assessing courses in the virtual environment.

They will be paid a fixed rate per course assessed, which will include travel expenses, travelling time, completion of reports and the use of their own ICT equipment.

Expenses including excess mileage will be paid when appropriate and authorised.

Those successful in interview will be subject to police vetting clearance prior to any appointment.

Opportunities and vacancies will be advertised on the opportunities page of the website.

UKROEd strives to be a diverse and inclusive organisation. We encourage applications from people who are underrepresented for example those with disabilities.