The Royal Conservatory College of Examiners Adjudicator Certification Program Application (Practical Subjects)
Joining the College of Examiners


Applicants should possess at minimum:
•A Bachelor of Music or equivalent degree/diploma (Masters degree preferred)
•RCM Teacher Certification – Advanced Specialist through The Royal Conservatory
•Five years of professional teaching experience
•Adjudicating experience at festivals/competitions
•Demonstrated success with examination candidates in The Royal Conservatory Certificate Program
•Strong writing and time management skills

How to Apply
To become a member of the College of Examiners, candidates must first complete the Adjudicator Certification Program

Adjudicator Certification Program – Practical Subjects
The Adjudicator Certification Program (Practical Subjects) consists of an intensive training seminar, followed by a series of apprenticeship days, working closely alongside mentor examiners during examination sessions. Upon completion of the program, apprentices are invited to join the College of Examiners.

To apply, please complete the Adjudicator Certification Program Application below and submit a resume to

The application deadline for the 2017 Adjudicator Certification Program was March 30, 2017. Applications received after this date will be kept on file for future consideration.

FULL Name *
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RCME Teacher # (if applicable):
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Address *
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Email *
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Phone (Home) *
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Phone (cell) *
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Primary subject area you are interested in examining: *
Secondary subject areas you are interested in examining: *
Are you an RCM Certified Teacher? *
In 100 words or less, outline why you are interested in becoming a practical examiner for The Royal Conservatory Certificate Program, and what qualities you would bring to the College of Examiners: *
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