12-02-2010 07:04 PM
I sure appreciate how busy you are and how hard it can be to find your way to the right place for help when in the middle of a question or problem. I welcome you to bring your questions and problems here and I will find the answer or get your question or problem in front of someone who can. Welcome to HP ExpertONE!
01-17-2011 09:30 PM
I know I amdoing something wrong here - I'm trying to sign up for basic printer cert. The test at HP says it costs 0.00$, but when I am on the Prometric site it is telling me the cost is $75. Am I missing a voucher or something?
01-24-2011 03:41 PM
The prices for the exams are not stored in The Learning Centre. So the information you find on the Prometric site is correct.
Hope this helps; thank you for your question,
04-04-2012 04:39 AM
I have been working on HP storage products for almost 5 years now. I am planning for HP certification in Storage domain.
My question is can I just give any HP storage exam say : HP0-J48 or HP0-J33 ? Or is it necessary to follow the certification path mentioned in the certification explorer?
As both the above mentioned exam are for HP ASE & if I see the prerequisites, then I need to go for : HP AIS - StorageWorks Integration  first.
04-04-2012 07:34 AM
You ask some great questions regarding pursuing a certification in HP Storage.
HP0-J48 is a presales certification exam for HP channel partners.
The HP AIS - StorageWorks Integration  is targeted a people who are looking at designing, installing, configuring and managing HP Storage solutions.The AIS is a prerequisite for the ASE certification (and HP0-J33 & HP0-J48).
Certification Explorer will show you what you need to know for exams and courses.
If you don't already have an HP Learner ID, visit our certification page for more details and information.
HP ExpertOne Program - Hewlett Packard
04-05-2012 05:02 AM
Thank you for your reply.
Yes I have gone through certificationexplorer.com site & I see the prerequisites mentioned for ASE certification.
But my question was can I appear for just one exam (either in AIS or ASE) rather than following the complete ASE or AIS certification track ?