Assessment Performance Evaluator / Assessment Proctor Personnel Certification Virtual Training Guides Created on Mon, Sep 14, 2020, at 11:34 AM by S. Fisher
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1. Assessment Administrator/Master Trainer must order the appropriate training material from NCCER by visiting
a. Master Trainer must ensure that they have the most updated version of the Master Trainer and Assessment Performance
Evaluator Guides.
  • Master Trainer must ensure the participant has the most updated Assessment Performance Evaluator guide OR participant 
  • can order their own book from shop.nccer.org.
 b. Assessment Administrators must ensure that they have the most updated version of the Assessment Proctor Guide and PPT
     slides.
  • The assessment Administrator must ensure the participant has the most updated Assessment Proctor guide OR participant can
  • order their own book from shop.nccer.org.

2. Participants will need to create and activate a Registry account. Click here for how-to instructions.
a. Participants must follow all steps to activate their account and receive an NCCER card number.
  • Doing so requires the participant to check the Registration & Release Form box.
  •  It is recommended that you require the participant also to check the Responsibility & Liabilities Form box.
    • A hard copy of these forms does not need to be collected from the participant if this is done.
  •  Participants must provide the NCCER card number to the Master Trainer or Assessment Administrator.
b. It is the Master Trainer and Assessment Administrator’s responsibility to ensure that the Registration & Release and the 
Responsibility & Liabilities have been completed within the Registry if a hard copy is not collected. 
This is done via NCCER Online Verification.
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3. Training is to be conducted via Zoom or a similar video conference platform.
  • a. Master Trainer or Assessment Administrator must see all participants on the screen simultaneously – grid view is 
  • recommended. 
b. After each Assessment Performance Evaluator module has been taught, a certified Assessment Administrator or 
Assessment Proctor is to conduct testing for each module in the Assessment Platform.
• Participants must remain visible on-screen during testing
• Utilize the proctor script to administer the test.

c. After the Assessment Proctor training is completed, the Assessment Administrator conducts testing in the NCCER 
Assessment Platform.
  •  Participants must remain visible on-screen during testing
  •  Utilize the proctor script to administer the test.
4. All tests must be taken within the Assessment Platform.
  • a. Tests are free of charge.
  • b. Assessment Administrators and Assessment Proctors must ensure they have the appropriate permissions within the 
  • Assessment Platform.
    •  All Assessment Platform permissions are automatically assigned when the role is assigned in the Registry System to the 
    • appropriate testing location. Click here for instructions on how to assign user roles in the Registry System.
5. Once training and testing have been completed, individuals that have completed training must be certified in the Registry 
System.
  • a. The Assessment Administrator must certify the Assessment Performance Evaluator participant within the Registry system. 
  • Click here to access the how-to instructions on this process.
  • b. The Master Trainer or Assessment Administrator must certify the Assessment Proctor participant within the Registry system. 
  • Click here to access the how-to instructions on this process.

TIPS/BEST PRACTICES
  •  We suggest giving a sample test before starting the actual test to get the participants familiar with a virtual training/testing process.
  • It is highly recommended to conduct a run-through to ensure all technology is working properly.

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