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Attendance monitor

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Also known as a Proctor, an attendance monitor is a person responsible for ensuring all people attending a classroom event remain in the room for the duration of the program, save normal breaks, lunch, etc. They print and sign their name to affirm the folks in the list attended appropriately. This person is usually determined by the client organization the day of the event or a little before.
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Also known as a Proctor, an attendance monitor is a person responsible for ensuring all people attending a classroom event remain in the room for the duration of the program, save normal breaks, lunch, etc. This person prints and signs his/her name to affirm the folks in the list attended appropriately. This person is usually determined by the client organization the day of the event or a little before.

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Definition:

Also known as a Proctor, an attendance monitor is a person responsible for ensuring all people attending a classroom event remain in the room for the duration of the program, save normal breaks, lunch, etc. This person prints and signs his/her name to affirm the folks in the list attended appropriately. This person is usually determined by the client organization the day of the event or a little before.