What is a program proctor and who can be the proctor?

The proctor supervises the student's progress through the casting and splinting course and verifies that the student is capable of performing the required casts and splints.

The participant or practice is responsible for finding and selecting their own proctor. Proctors typically work within the same practice, but this is not required. The proctor should be proficient in all casts and splints the student is tasked with learning.

The proctor will supervise the participant throughout the program and during the practical portion will verify that the student was able to successfully demonstrate the proper application and removal of each cast and splint. It is required that the proctor's name and the proctor form are submitted after purchase and prior to starting the videos and quizzes.