SCTE Certification Exam Proctors
SCTE certification policies and procedures require the presence of an approved SCTE proctor throughout the exam process. The proctor's primary role is to protect the integrity and value of the SCTE certification. SCTE certification exams are offered at a variety of locations.
Locate an SCTE Exam Proctor
Locate a proctor near you
Online remote proctoring is also available for purchase.
Exams at SCTE Chapters: Contact Your Local SCTE Chapter
Exams at Your Company: Your organization may have SCTE proctors who can supervise your exam. Ask your supervisor about availability and locations.
Exams at SCTE Headquarters: SCTE offers certification exams on the third Wednesday of each month at SCTE Headquarters in Exton, Pa. (Located near suburban Philadelphia). Call 1-800-542-5040 or e-mail email@example.com to make a reservation. Directions to SCTE Headquarters
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Become an SCTE-approved Certification Exam Proctor
SCTE provides opportunities for qualified professionals to administer SCTE certification exams. SCTE greatly appreciates its approved proctors' efforts to assist other professionals in earning SCTE certification and help increase the competence of those within the profession.
Proctor responsibilities include:
- Verify each candidates' identity before logging in the candidate, to ensure that a more qualified "stand-in" isn't take the exam
- Be present, in the same room, during the entire time a candidate is testing
- Ensure that no exam questions are copied, printed or compromised in any way
- Provide all candidates an equal chance to pass an exam. This includes
- Ensuring all computers are operating properly
- Allowing proper access to reference materials
- Monitoring Internet use
- Explaining the Question Challenge Process
To become a proctor, follow these four easy steps:
- Review the Proctor Eligibility Requirements
- Read the Online Certification Proctor Handbook
- Agree to the SCTE Proctor Code of Ethics and Proctor Confidential Information Agreement
- Log in to your SCTE account and complete the Online Proctor Application .
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As defined by the Society, certification is "the formal recognition by a cognizant peer group of the demonstrated accomplishment of proficiency with and the comprehension of the uniquely defined body of knowledge at the point in time." It is not a measure of competence.
Equal opportunity will be provided to all certification and exam proctor candidates regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, age, color, ancestry, mental or physical disability or handicap, veteran's status or any other classification protected by applicable law.
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