Cisco has officially announced major changes to the Cisco Certification program and outlined its plan for the future. From the introduction of the new Enterprise certification track to the new recertification policy for all certification levels, the news generated a lot of buzz and excitement among Cisco certified candidates and the IT community.
With the vast amount of new information and changes to the program, we understand that candidates might find it a little challenging to know where to find the right information.
In this document, we’re highlighting a list of key go-to resources for the most current details and to make sure you stay informed as new developments come along.
| The New Cisco Certification and Training Program Announcement Page: On February 24, 2020, Cisco will release new certification exams to validate your skills with the latest solutions for today's job roles. Learn more about the new Cisco certification portfolio and the exciting changes ahead.|
|Cisco Certifications Podcast: Hear from Cisco Certifications Program Manager Yusef Bhaiji as he discusses the latest enhancements to the Cisco Certifications program.|
| Cisco Certification Community Event Webcast: Questions about the latest certification program updates? We’ve got your answers. Register to view the recording of this live Virtual Event and discover how you benefit from our latest program enhancements.|
|CCNP Migration Tools: If you have started working toward any current CCNP certification, keep going. In the new program, you'll receive credit for work you've already completed in the current program. For more information about how to migrate your certification in progress, visit the migration tools.|
|The New Recertification Policy: Beginning February 24, 2020, all certification levels will have a three-year recertification requirement. Certified individuals will be able to recertify by completing continuing education activities, taking exams, or a combination of both.|
| The New Cisco DevNet Certifications: Learn more about the new DevNet certifications that validate the skills of software developers, DevOps engineers, automation specialists, and other software professionals.|