Jun 27th, 2019
Comments Off on No Brainer – Challenge
Last month we challenged you to discuss the two tips for success (mentioned in the June Officer News) at your next officer meeting and asked everyone to pick one bullet point to emphasize and work on. This month we’re challenging you to discuss your progress.  First of all, did you, as officers, take the challenge, ...
Jun 27th, 2019
Comments Off on Let Us Know When You Change Proctors
Occasionally officers get exams scheduled and then changes must be made to the proctors. When this happens, it is imperative to contact AAPC immediately to report the names of the new proctors. First, it may impact where the exams are being sent, but also if AAPC needs to contact the proctors before the exam, the ...
Jun 27th, 2019
Comments Off on Message from AAPCCA Leadership
A message from the Vice Chair of the AAPCCA What is Leadership? The dictionary defines leadership as the act or instance of leading. Leadership molds individuals into a team. As officers, isn’t this what we all want as our goal in life, whether personal or professional? Professionalism? Webster’s dictionary defines professionalism as the conduct, aims, ...
Jun 27th, 2019
Comments Off on Plan Now for Fall Activities – Conducting Nominations
Believe it or not, elections are right around the corner. You may be wondering how that can be. Well, keep in mind that in planning for elections there are events that must happen before the elections ever take place, and that’s the nominations. Here’s how that works. Officers must allow for nominations to be made ...
Jun 27th, 2019
Comments Off on Receiving Payment for Cancelled Examinees
Good news! We’ve implemented a change in our reimbursement policy relative to proctoring. We’ve heard your feedback as officers, and we realize you go to a lot of work to find rooms that will adequately accommodate the number of anticipated examinees. We also realize that occasionally examinees cancel, leaving you with having reserved a bigger ...