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Using Innovative Solutions to Bring StateFoodSafety Candidates a New Level of Security and Convenience

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How Online Proctoring Brings a New Level of Security and Convenience to Food Safety Exams Type of exam administered: Food Protection Manager Certification Exam | Industry: Food Safety, Restaurant & Hospitality Overview StateFoodSafety is an online food safety education company that develops and publishes technology-enhanced training and certification programs for regulatory, restaurant, and hospitality communities… continue reading »

How Online Proctoring Helped Chartered Accountants Ireland Address Exam Challenges

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Chartered Accountants Ireland, established by royal charter in 1888, is the largest accountancy body on the island of Ireland, and according to the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) in their 2018 statistics Chartered Accountants Ireland remains the fastest growing professional accounting body over the last five years. They conduct roughly 25,000 examinations a year. Historically, those exams were being delivered in a traditional exam hall setting with pen and paper.

Filling the Gap in Smart Home
Networking Education with a New Certification

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Founded in 2003, Control4 is a leading global provider of personalized smart home automation systems to control lighting, entertainment, security, energy, and other connected devices. With a distribution channel of over 5,700 authorized professional installers and retailers in 100 countries, their solutions allow virtual control of any connected device in a home or business. In… continue reading »

Columbia College Uses Technology to Combat Financial Aid Fraud

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Situation As the popularity of online education continues to grow, colleges and universities are becoming increasingly vulnerable to financial aid fraud. In a 2013 report to Congress by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General, a risk analysis found that fraud rings of criminals who exploit distance education programs to obtain financial aid… continue reading »