As far as the teaching goes you will be assessed on 3 parts:
Technical Understanding... This is basically your skill assessment and development for each skier.
Guest Service... SAFE, Positive, professional, enthusiastic etc
& Student Centered Method... Adjusting to your teaching approach to each students' individual needs.
As for the skiing you will be required to perform a variety of turn shapes on a variety of terrain from green to black.
To be successful it is mandatory to pass your bump run which will be on black terrain typically with medium to large moguls. You should be able to consistently take a smooth path down the bumps (ie: strong pressure control & balance), without too much deviation from the fall line.
Shorts turns on steeper groomed terrain should show consistent speed, rhythm and some deflection of the mass.
Advanced parallel turns also on groomed terrain should be fairly dynamic show strong edging skills.
You will also be required to show some lower end demonstrations (ie: wedge turns and intermediate parallel) where you will be assessed on 3 basic competencies, being centered and mobile, turning with the lower body, balancing on the edges.
In all the maneuvers the skills should be blended to 'refinement' level. Which means that movements are automatic and performance is consistent and precise in demanding conditions.
The nice thing about having the course and exams separate is you can relax and enjoy learning while on the course and decide later if you are ready for the exams.
Not sure if that is what you are looking for but let me know if you would like anything more specific.