Prior to the examination deadline, only ONE of the following requirements
MUST be met in order to qualify to take the exam.
Completion of 12 months of full-time employment or equivalent part-time hours processing flexible endoscopes (provide verification signed by your manager on your exam application) ...OR
With no previous experience: Completion of an Endoscopy Technician course with a minimum of 16 hours and a grade of 70 or higher (provide copy of certificate/grade from your instructor) ...OR
Completion of an Endoscopy Technician course with a minimum of 8 hours and a grade of 70 or higher(provide copy of certificate/grade from your instructor) AND 6 months experience processing flexible endoscopes (provide verification signed by your manager on your exam application) ...OR
Sales representative to GI/Endoscopy for 12 months (provide verification signed by your employer on your exam application)
Exam fee: $125
Convenience fees may apply
Disclaimer: The CBSPD does not discriminate among applicants as to age, sex, race, religion, national origin, disability, marital status or any status protected by law. The examination is only offered in English in the United States. Candidates must be able to interpret, speak, read and write English.
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HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE EXAM
Send in your application
Before starting, make sure:
To Take notice of the title of your application, to confirm that you are applying for the correct exam
Ensure that you check the eligibility requirement that applies to you (listed at the top of this page)
Have an approved method of payment: credit card, business check, or money order.
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Select a test site and date
After acceptance of your application, you will receive an email or a postcard with information on how to schedule the date and location of your exam.
If you have not received your notification seven days prior to the examination window, contact the CBSPD office immediately.
Each of our five certification exams have a testing window of one week. Candidates can register to take the exam anytime during the window subject to availability at the test site selected. Any candidate in the U.S. may sign up for more than one different exam during the current one-week exam window.
The candidate may NOT sign up for the same exam more than once during any exam window. Please note that some test sites outside the United States will remain with paper and pencil examinations and the exams will still be offered 4 times a year.