Participant Handbook updated April 2022


Ensure that all applicant records, whether for certification or renewal, are maintained in perpetuity; and Ensure that the names of all currently credentialed individuals are available to the public. Fully participate in all assigned activities and complete assignments by a designated deadline, if applicable.




Attend all committee meetings.


Seek reimbursement for travel or other expenses related to ECP work in a timely manner.

D. Working Groups and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) Duties and Responsibilities 1. As it deems appropriate, the Committee will assemble an SME team for a given credential, which will be recruited from the ECP membership and other interested parties. 2. The team should consist of at least two SMEs. However, when necessary and appropriate, a single SME may serve as the technical advisor to the Committee for limited purposes. 3. The SME team should provide broad overall insight and specific guidance as to the requirements of a new credential, or the changes required to existing credentials warranted by the changing regulatory landscape. 4. An individual SME is required to commit to the stated objective(s) of the working group or limited purpose as stated in III.D.2 above for a minimum of three and not more than 18 months. Resource Requirements (ANSI Standard 17024:2012, Clause 6.0) A. General Personnel 1. The daily administrative and managerial tasks of the ECP are the responsibility of the Staff Director and other staff assigned to the Staff Director’s division, all of whom are employees of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors. 2. The Staff Director and other division staff performing certification tasks must sign the Conflict of Interest, Confidentiality, and Non-Disclosure Policy Acceptance Form annually and abide by its terms at all times.


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CSBS Examiner Certification Program Participant Handbook (4 th 3 rd ed.)

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