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CPS Proctor Agreement
Thank you for agreeing to become a Missouri Credentialing Board Certified Peer Specialist Proctor! You do not have to be a technical expert, nor do you have to hold a Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) Certification to be a proctor. However, the
Missouri Credentialing Board
does require that a proctor have a “professional” working relationship with the applicant: Supervisor, sponsor, minister, etc. Please note that becoming a proctor is a big responsibility. You are responsible for protecting and maintaining the integrity of the CPS Certification process. As an approved proctor for CPS certification exams, you are part of a network of individuals who support professional excellence in the field of peer certification. As a proctor it is your responsibility to:
Log on to the online test for the applicant. (Log on instructions will be emailed to you once the applicant completes the CPS training);
Ensure the candidate is accessing the correct exam.
Be present during the exam.
Assist the applicant with either the retest process or printing the CPS test certificate upon passing the exam. (Please note that not everyone passes the exam on the first attempt. You may have to assist the applicant with multiple test attempts).
Please list who has requested you to be their CPS Exam Proctor:
Requested Date of CPS Training
CPS Proctor Information
Please take a few minutes to fill out the application questions listed below.
Address Line 2
State / Province / Region
ZIP / Postal Code
Relationship to CPS Applicant
In your opinion is the applicant ready to provide peer services?
Please provide a brief explanation of your answer
Are you planning on hiring the Peer Applicant?
If no, please explain.
Please provide a brief description of the CPS applicant and why you feel they would be a good certified peer specialist.
By signing this form you agree to proctor the CPS Exam for the above listed applicant.