Vol­un­teer Exam­in­ers (VEs) are indi­vid­u­als accred­it­ed by a VEC, and are the peo­ple who actu­al­ly admin­is­ter the exams. Exam­i­na­tion ses­sions must be coör­di­nat­ed by a VEC, but are con­duct­ed in the field by VEs.

A Vol­un­teer Exam­in­er Coör­di­na­tor (VEC) is an orga­ni­za­tion that has entered into an agree­ment with the FCC to coör­di­nate the efforts of indi­vid­ual Vol­un­teer Exam­in­ers (VEs) in prepar­ing and admin­is­ter­ing exam­i­na­tions for Ama­teur Radio licens­es. At the com­ple­tion of each exam­i­na­tion ses­sion, the coör­di­nat­ing VEC must col­lect appli­cant infor­ma­tion and test results from the admin­is­ter­ing VEs. The coör­di­nat­ing VEC screens the col­lect­ed infor­ma­tion; resolves all dis­crep­an­cies and ver­i­fies that the VE’s cer­ti­fi­ca­tions are prop­er­ly com­plet­ed. For qual­i­fied exam­i­nees, the VEC for­wards elec­tron­i­cal­ly all required data to the FCC.


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