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Hosting and Proctors
BONENT Certification Examinations may be offered at various locations throughout the United States and worldwide, upon request. Examinations can be administered anywhere, any time there are five qualified candidates to take the exam.
The candidates may be a combination of Hemodialysis Technologists/Technicians, Hemodialysis Nurses and Peritoneal Dialysis Nurses.
BONENT encourages certification; therefore, proctors are required to be a BONENT-certified nurse or technologist/technician, a physician, a dietitian, or a renal social worker. These requirements are necessary to prevent any breach of security of the BONENT examination process.Host Responsibilities
The Host Facility may not limit the examination to those candidates from the Host Facility. All accepted candidates for certification who wish to appear at the scheduled examination must be accommodated. All examination sites are closed to further applicants 45 days prior to the examination date.
The following responsibilities apply to the Hosting Facility:
For security purposes, no facility's owner or director can be a proctor for BONENT examinations.
All ADA requests for examinations require that the Supervising Proctor be a BONENT Board member, Regional Representative, or an individual designated by the BONENT President.
If an examination date is requested, a $200 Host fee (if applicable) is required to accompany the host application for review and approval by the Host Review Committee.
BONENT will accommodate Host requests when feasible to both parties. In the event the Host request is denied, the $200 Host fee will be returned.
To host an examination, the sponsor submits the Host Form, along with their résumé to the BONENT Executive Office a minimum of 90 days (120 days international examinations) prior to the examination date.
Proctors and assistant proctors are required to submit their biographical information, résumé or Curriculum vitae and a signed confidentiality statement.
All candidates taking that examination must submit a completed application and the examination fee to the Executive Office. All application materials and the fee should be mailed to the BONENT Executive Office and must be postmarked no later than 45 days prior to the scheduled examination for which the candidate wishes to appear.Proctor and Assistant Proctor
The individual serving as the supervising proctor for the BONENT certification examinations must be:
There are no exceptions to the qualifications.
A detailed Manual of Instructions will be provided by the testing agency for use by the supervising proctor when administering the examinations.
Proctors and assistant proctors are required to submit their résumé or curriculum vitae, and a signed confidentiality statement.
Proctor responsibilities include:
The supervising proctor will receive a roster of those candidates who are scheduled for examination approximately seven to ten days prior to the examination date. Examinees will be identified by name and identification number along with other examination materials.
Each proctor will receive a detailed Manual of Instructions from the testing agency along with the examination materials. Should examination materials be lost or stolen, the BONENT Board reserves the right to prosecute and revoke the proctor's certification.
BONENT does not offer an honorarium to the proctor or assistant proctor.
Proctor and Assistant Proctor Responsibilities Agreement
To host an examination, the sponsor must submit a Host form, along with their résumé to the BONENT Executive Office a minimum of 90 days (120 days international examinations) prior to the examination date chosen by the Host Facility.
Proctors and assistant proctors are required to submit their résumé, or curriculum vitae, and a signed confidentiality statement. An assistant proctor is required for all exams. After verification of proctor credentials and approval by the Host Review Committee, the exam date and site are added to the PPE Schedule and an acceptance letter will be mailed to the proctor.
Host Form Checklist
Completed Host formIf the host packet is received by the BONENT Executive Office without the required documentation, the entire packet will be returned to the Proctor. The examination date may need to be adjusted to meet the 90-day (120-day international) notice requirement.
Exam dates cannot be posted prior to approval by the Host Review Committee.
All host forms must be: