Finding the right HP ExpertOne Certification

by on ‎11-30-2012 10:30 AM

To find detailed information about HP ExpertOne certifications, go to the ExpertOne webpage and click on Certification.  In the drop down menu, click on View Certifications.

 

From here, filter your choices depending on which certifications you are interested in, whether or not you want to see Upgrade paths and which technology you require.  Click the certification name to see the details on any certification.  For example, here are the details for the HP Master ASE - Wireless Networks Implementer V1.  This view will give you a brief overview of the certification as well as information on any prerequisites, Upgrade or Fast Track paths and who the ideal candidate is.

 

Under Certification Details, click on Requirements, training and exam preparation materials.  This will open a second window, depending on your browser settings, which brings you into the core requirements of the certification.  Here you can expand on a requirement to view recommended training by clicking on the "+" sign and then clicking on Course Details,  as well as clicking on Exam Details which opens a popup window showing you the Exam Prep Guide and how to register for the exam at Pearson VUE.

 

You also have the option of registering for the Certification itself in the HP Learning Center.  Simply click on "Register for this certification in The Learning Center" right under the "Complete Requirements" header.  This allows you to put the certification path into your transcript and track your progress!

 

To find the right certification path for you, go to the ExpertOne webpage and click on Certification.  In the drop down menu, click on Certification Paths.  You can download PDF copies with Hyperlinks of our certification paths for Storage, CI, Networking, Servers and Software and more will be added shortly.  You can also download PDF copies of our Fast Track brouchures for Networking and Storage on the right hand side of the page.

 

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