Thank you for agreeing to become a Missouri Credentialing Board Family Support Provider Proctor! You do not have to be a technical expert, nor do you have to hold a Family Support Provider (FSP) 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 FSP Certification process. As an approved proctor for FSP certification exams, you are part of a network of individuals who support professional excellence in the field of family support certification. As a proctor it is your responsibility to:
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