How do I register for a BlackBerry certification exam?
Visit www.blackberry.com/certification and research the certification stream that you are interested in.
Read the BlackBerry Certification Program Guide.
Read the exam guide for the exam you are interested in.
Review the exam objectives in the exam guide.
For each objective, evaluate your own knowledge. If you feel confident performing an objective, you should not need training. If you find an objective(s) that you are not confident in performing, you may want to pur- sue further preparation in this area. This will allow you to customize your study time to fit your requirements.
2. Once you have chosen the appropriate certification stream, click Schedule an exam now at www.black- berry.com/certification or visit www.prometric.com/blackberry. If you register through the www.blackberry. com/certification website, you will be redirected to the Prometric® website.
Note: Prometric is the test delivery provider of all BlackBerry certification exams.
3. Using Prometric’s web site, you can select a date and time to write your exam. (You may also register over the phone or in person at a test service provider’s location).
Note: A BlackBerry Certification Program ID (BCPID) will be assigned to you after you have attempted your first exam and your account will be created in the BlackBerry Certification credential management system. The BCPID will be used by BlackBerry Certification Program administrators.
Caution: Please note, while BlackBerry certification exams are available at most Prometric testing cen- ters globally, you may not attempt an exam at a testing center where you have been employed or under contract within 30 days of your test date without permission from the BlackBerry Certification Program. To request permission or if you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writing a BlackBerry certification exam
1. You should arrive at the testing center 15 minutes before your scheduled time. You will be required to provide 2 pieces of identification. At least one should be a valid photo ID.
Note: The primary ID must have a permanently axed photograph and a signature and must be valid (not expired). An ID must be an original document and not a photocopy or a fax.
A primary ID must have a permanently affixed photo of the candidate, along with the candidate’s
A secondary ID must have the candidate’s signature.
Identification is considered to be valid (non-expired) as long as it does not have an expiration date
that has passed.
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