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ACBIS

Group Administrators

An ACBIS Group Administrator is responsible for arranging training programs, recruiting attendees, tracking and coordinating application process and fee payment, coordinating proctors for examinations, and acting as the conduit between group members (5 or more) and ACBIS staff.

Any organizational representative may become the Group Administrator. The designated individual need not have the CBIS credential; in fact, a clinical background is not required at all. Instead, Group Administrators benefit most from conference planning experience and marketing savvy. Strong organizational skills and discretion are also needed as Group Administrators have access to each applicant’s personnel records.

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