Live Remote Proctoring for Certification Programs

There is increasing interest in using live remote proctoring as a delivery method for computer-based testing. Live remote proctoring is defined as remote proctoring that occurs with a person actively watching a candidate during the time of the test administration. 

On September 30, the NCCA held a virtual Information Gathering Session on remote proctoring with 17 organizations with accredited programs who accepted our invitation.  The Commission is now ready to move to the next phase of data-gathering.

Find out what other activities the NCCA has planned in order to continue research on this exam administration method. 

Call for Participants in Assessment of Live Remote Proctoring: Applications Due November 13, 2019

The NCCA is seeking participants for a short-term assessment of live remote proctoring as a delivery method for accredited programs. Participation in the assessment is completely voluntary and will be limited to currently NCCA accredited program. 

Download a copy of the call for participation, application, and consent form

Please note: Applications and consent to participate must be submitted online no later than Wednesday, November 13, 2019. Applications submitted after this date will not be considered.

NCCA Information Gathering Forum on Live Remote Proctoring at the ICE Exchange

Mon, Nov 18th, 2019 | ICE Exchange, San Diego, CA | 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM PDT

The NCCA will host an in-person session to gather your feedback, experiences, and concerns as they relate to live remote proctoring. Anyone can attend who has input they would like to provide to the NCCA.

Please be aware that this is not intended to serve as a question and answer period nor a marketing session.

Please RSVP to assist us in coordinating seating accommodations.

Questions? Contact ICE Accreditation Services staff at 202-367-1165 or