CPS HR Consulting has released the 2024 Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention exams for the following:
- Project Monitor
The future exam dates are:
- 11/11/2023 – 11/19/2023 – Registration deadline 10/20/2023
- 02/17/2024 – 02/25/2024 – Registration deadline 01/26/2024
- 05/11/2024 – 05/19/2024 – Registration deadline 04/19/2024
How to Register
Select the appropriate exam via these links:
Effective July 1, 2020, a fee of $70 is required for each State certification exam. This fee is non-refundable, so please ensure that you are fully prepared before proceeding with payment.
Payment instructions are as follows:
- Make your payment by check or money order payable to “CDPH – CLPPB.”
- For faster processing, we recommend using a money order.
- Include the following information on the memo line of your check or money order:
- Full Name
- Exam Classification (I/A, PM, or Sup)
- Last 4 Digits of your Driver’s License Number
Mail your check or money order, along with the necessary information, to the following address:
California Department of Public Health Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch 850 Marina Bay Parkway, Building P, 3rd Floor, Box A Richmond, CA 94804-6403
Once your payment is received, you will receive an email confirmation from CDPH indicating the successful receipt of your payment. You will also receive a notice confirming your eligibility to take the examination, along with exam scheduling instructions, approximately two weeks before the scheduled exam window. This notice will be sent to the email address associated with your online account.
Scheduling Your Exam with ProctorU
Candidates who are eligible to take the examination will receive a separate, personalized email invitation from ProctorU. This email will contain a unique link that you must use to schedule your exam. Please refrain from contacting ProctorU until you have received your scheduling invitation from CPS HR.
Appointments are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure you have your preferred test date and time, schedule your exam appointment as soon as possible. Note that you must schedule your appointment at least 72 hours in advance of your desired test date.
What to Expect on Exam Day
On the day of your online exam, there are some important things to keep in mind:
- You must present a current, valid government-issued photo ID for admission to the online exam session. Acceptable IDs include a state driver’s license or identification card, passport, civil service ID, or military identification card.
- You should take the test in a quiet, distraction-free area, and no other individuals are allowed in the testing room with you during the online exam.
- Ensure that you have a reliable computer with a high-speed internet connection, a microphone, a webcam (internal or external), and either a Windows or Apple Operating System. It’s recommended to review system requirements and test your equipment in advance to avoid technical issues.
- You are not allowed to access notes or personal items during the exam. Verification will be conducted via webcam to ensure your testing space is free of prohibited items.
- An erasable hand-held whiteboard and erasable marker can be used as scratch paper during the exam. After completing your exam, the proctor will verify that you have fully erased the whiteboard. No other scratch paper is allowed.