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Our online courses require online assessments, which take place through the support of proctoring.
Proctoring allows users to take an assessment online whilst ensuring the integrity of it:
By verifying you
By monitoring you via video to look for any behaviour which could indicate cheating
You will need the following to undertake the assessment online:
Laptop and PC with webcam and microphone
Suitable test environment (quiet room with no distractions)
Operating system: MAC: macOS Sierra 10.12 or higher, PC: Windows 7, 8, or higher, Chromebook: Version 80 or higher
Processer/RAM: MAC: Intel/AMD Processor, 8 GB RAM, PC: Dual-core 2.4 Ghz CPU, 8 GB RAM or better
Recommended web browsers: Mozilla Firefox v20.0 or higher Google Chrome v25.0 or higher
Camera resolution: 800 x 600 resolution or better
Internet connection: Cable modem, DSL or better (300kbps download, 250 kbps upload)
The onboarding process creates your profile in our proctoring system and ensures everything is working correctly before taking the online assessment.
You will need a valid photo ID which includes one of the following:
Student photo ID
Government-issued driver’s license
National identification card
You will be required to carry out a scan of your:
You cannot begin your online assessment until your onboarding status is approved and states 'passed'.
IMPORTANT – THIS COULD TAKE UP TO 4 TO 8 HOURS
Use a private area or room which is well lit – with no one near you
Turn off all noise making devices including mobiles and ensure windows are closed to prevent noise from outside
Sit directly in front of your webcam and ensure your face is clearly visible
Close irrelevant tabs and windows on your computer
Have your photo ID ready
No short breaks
Only one keyboard, mouse and monitor
Food or drinks not allowed
Assessment is timed
Personal items not allowed
If you have any questions call 0800 917 8419 or email email@example.com.
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