A candidate with disabilities is defined as a person who has a physical, sensory, physiological, cognitive and/or developmental impairment that makes it difficult or impossible to attempt EC-Council certification exams using the standard testing equipment or within the standard exam duration.
In line with EC-Council’s commitment to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1991), EC-Council will accommodate reasonable requests by candidates with disabilities who would like to attempt any EC-Council certification exams. Such requests will fairly equate disabled candidates with other candidates and enable them to denote their skills and knowledge in EC-Council’s exams.
The special accommodation request is evaluated based on the candidate’s particular accommodation request, nature of disability, and reasonableness of the request. The request form requires a legally approved expert, practitioner, or professional in the fields of physical or mental healthcare to confirm the need for special accommodation. The request form has 2 sections: Section 1 should be filled and signed by the candidate, and Section 2 is to be filled and signed by a legally approved professional, expert or practitioner to support the candidate’s special accommodation request. The information requested by EC-Council will be held in strict confidence and will not be released without the candidate’s permission.
Candidates are required to submit their special accommodation requests to EC-Council at least 30 days prior to registering for an exam. EC-Council will respond with its decision within 14 days and provide the contact details of testing center/s that have the infrastructure to accommodate the candidate’s special needs.
A free upgrade to Remote Proctoring Services is provided if a candidate holds an ETC exam voucher code.
For any details or clarification, please email to [email protected]