This document explains the Proctoring Requirements for an Fi360 examination.
Successful completion of the examination is one of the requirements for attaining an Fi360 Designation, and anyone seeking to achieve that end is eligible to sit for it. If you are taking the online version of the course, you will need a proctor.
The examination must be completed under the supervision of an acceptable proctor. The requirement for a proctor helps to ensure the integrity of the examination process as one of the rigorous requirements for attaining your Fi360 Designation.
The following are some examples of both acceptable and unacceptable proctors. A proctor must be approved by Fi360 prior to administering the examination:
|Acceptable Proctor||Unacceptable Proctor|
|Fi360 Personnel||Individual currently enrolled in Fi360 training|
|Testing Center (e.g., Sylvan Center)||Individual currently enrolled in Fi360 exam|
|Public Librarian||Non-supervisory Coworker|
|Human Resources Professional||Friend|
|Supervisor or Manager (of the exam taker)||Supervisee (of exam taker)|
In order to register a proctor, go to your AIF® or PPC® Examination in Courses & Exams, and click the link "Email Exam Code To Proctor". Enter your approved proctors email address. The proctor will immediately receive an email regarding instructions for administering the examination. You may then coordinate with your proctor directly to schedule the examination attempt.
The exam must be taken within one (1) year from the date of its purchase.
A proctor request will need to be resubmitted to Fi360 for any exam retake. Even if the same proctor is being used, it must be resubmitted.
If the candidate's designation application is selected for audit, Fi360 personnel will contact the proctor to verify authenticity of relationship with the candidate and proper protocol was followed. If it is determined the candidate falsified the proctor or submitted an unacceptable proctor, their designation application will be subject to the Qualification and Complaint Procedure.
Please note, if you accidentally enter the wrong information into the Proctor regulations and guidelines form, you can re -enter the correct information at any time. Just go into the form, delete the incorrect information, and re-enter the correct information.