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December 6th, 2022 - CNAR Virtual Discussion Event: Hot Topics in Testing

Updated: Mar 29

REGISTER TODAY! Join us on December 6th for CNAR’s last VirtualDiscussion event of 2022. Our expert panel will tackle several hot topics in testing, highlighting issues raised in CNAR’s recent white paper, Detecting and Addressing Remote Proctoring Security Issues in High Stakes Exams: Overview and Case Studies, now available for download in the CNAR Portal under “Resources.”

Date:December 6, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM ET – 1:00 PM ET

Location: Zoom (link to be sent out prior to event)

Other topics in remote testing may also be explored including:

  • Return to test centres: will this eliminate remote proctoring?

  • Testing as it relates to diversity and equity

  • Technology accommodations

  • Ensuring security without sacrificing professionalism

  • Processes to follow in managing potential cheating

  • Privacy issues

  • Other future trends

The expert panel for this VirtualDiscussion features:

  • (Facilitator) Claude Balthazard, Registrar and VP Regulation, Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA)

  • Greg Pope, Director, Examinations, Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)

  • Sean Mathias, Vice President of Account Management, Prometric

  • Doha Melhem, Vice President of Consulting and Chief Evaluator, Pivotal Research Inc.

This event is free to all CNAR Affiliates and $35 for non-Affiliates. All attendees must register by December 5th in order to access the discussion live. Not yet renewed with CNAR? Be sure to do so before January 1st to continue accessing VirtualDiscussion events for free and Resources on the CNAR Portal! Please contact if you need assistance with your renewal.

CNAR VirtualDiscussion events serve to connect the regulatory community on a monthly basis to discuss hot topics in a relaxed atmosphere. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent CNAR or the speakers’ organizations.

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