Proctors for the AMCA are encouraged to be certified through the AMCA. Site owners/directors are to appoint a proctor/staff member for an exam that does not have a conflict of interest for the exam being offered. It is requested that the Proctor not be in a faculty role in that particular program being tested.
For all AMCA exams, the proctor will follow the specific requirements in the Proctor’s Oath regarding exam security, testing conditions, and the return of exam materials. All first time proctors must complete the required AMCA Proctor Training and submit a Proctor’s Oath to be kept on file at the AMCA.
If you are a new proctor and need to complete AMCA Proctor Training, please CLICK HERE. At the end of the training, you will be prompted to download and sign the AMCA Proctor’s Oath as well as receive a certificate and digital badge.