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To support the successful implementation of e-exams, we have developed a suite of targeted training programs for participating school personnel.
The SACE Electronic Examination Instruction Guide [PDF 2.4MB] is available. This provides the SACE coordinator, exam school administrator, exam invigilator and IT manager with information on how to use the e-exam system and how to manage exam day situations.
There are three phases to the training, with each phase building on the previous one.
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Phase 1 - Role clarification
Phase 1 focuses on role clarification and the allocation of tasks that the school must undertake in order to prepare them to administer the practice window opening in August and the November final examinations.
Please refer to the following guide and worksheet.
Phase 2 - Learning exam features
This training is offered as a one-hour online training course in PLATO and focuses on the features of the e-exam system that SACE coordinators, IT managers (if applicable) and invigilators will use to administer the final end-of-year examination.
Phase 3 - Managing certain situations
This training focuses on preparing all e-exam personnel to be competent and in control when managing situations, such as student device failure, that may occur on the examination day.