North American Technician Excellence
The NATE office will be closed on Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and on Wednesday, January 20 for Inauguration Day. The office will be open 9 AM to 5 PM on Tuesday, January 19 and will resume normal hours on Thursday morning at 9 AM.
Our only requirements for becoming a NATE Proctor are:
1. You gain approval from NATE by submitting a Proctor Application.
2. You are a “disinterested party,” defined as someone who:
3. You cannot proctor your own exam. If approved as a proctor you can still take the NATE exams, but they must be proctored by someone else that meets the other criteria listed above.
A proctor is responsible for running the actual HVACR NATE testing sessions. Additionally, a proctor is responsible for such things as delivering the test materials to the test site, managing the testing site arrangements, instructing candidates prior to a test session, and monitoring site activity to ensure that all candidates are tested fairly.
Specifically, NATE proctors tasks include:
If your shipment needs to be processed in three days, an expedite fee will be applied to the shipping cost. You can view any additional charges on the test order calendar.
Email confirmation will be sent once the order is placed. In order to get confirmation emails for NATE orders your spam/firewall should allow mail from email@example.com. Check with your IT department.
To create new orders or track existing orders go to www.myNATE.org and sign in as either the TO or proctor. Then select Order Paper Exams. Exams will need to be returned to Castle Worldwide.
As a designated proctor, you will receive a packet of tests and materials from NATE/Midland by the date requested by the proctor. The package will contain the Proctor Master Pack, plus all of the exam materials needed by your examinees. Your Proctor Master Pack contains:
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