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AMEB (NSW) examiners are professionals in their field and include renowned:
who are active in the Australian and international arts community.
All examiners undergo an induction, training and, if accepted, a two year probationary period. This ensures they can conduct quality examinations and provide detailed, informative reports. AMEB (NSW) examiners must also hold a NSW Government Working With Children Check (WWCC). Once appointed, examiners attend regular workshops to ensure uniform exam standards and procedures are followed.
Undertaking an examination can be a stressful experience for some candidates. AMEB (NSW) examiners understand this. Their role is to assess the quality of performance presented for examination. They have a genuine desire to encourage the interest and talent of each candidate.
Are you interested in becoming an AMEB (NSW) Examiner? visit the Work for us page.
Chief Examiners and Assistant Chief Examiners
Chief Examiner - Brendan Collins
SPEECH AND DRAMA
Chief Examiner - Victoria Clancy
PERCUSSION and CONTEMPORARY POPULAR MUSIC
Chief Examiner - Michael Barkl OAM
Chief Examiner - Rita Crews OAM
All AMEB (NSW) Examiners
A full list of AMEB (NSW) Examiner biographies will be available soon.