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Training with Alfresco University is the best way to acquire the right skills for your team to deliver a successful Alfresco implementation. The most cost-effective way to take advantage of this valuable training is through Alfresco University Passport.

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Learn how Macquarie University benefitted from their internal administrators attending several Alfresco University training courses to get up to speed with the platform quickly.

 

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If you need to get started with how to think about configuring and specifying the infrastructure you need to run Alfresco in an enterprise, then take the Advanced System Administrator class. It's a well paced class that provides a lot of information that will quickly get you up to speed. 

— Delta Dental

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The instructor was phenomenal - each and every topic was explained in detail. The session was immensely valuable and increased our skills and confidence in Alfresco. All in all, it was Fun + Learning! :)

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Certification

The current available open-enrollment exam certifications are:

Which certification you aim for will depend on your background, job function and career goals. To certify, you will need to pass the relevant exam with a score of at least 70%. Find out more about what is assessed in each exam by reviewing the appropriate blueprint (ACE, ACA).

You can book the exam with our accreditation partner, Pearson VUE. They have over 5,000 testing centers in 165 countries and can tell you the nearest center to you, when you contact them to arrange an appointment. Contact a Pearson VUE testing facility near you to schedule an exam now.


I needed a fast get-up-to speed hands-on class in Alfresco. This class fit the bill, and left me feeling confident I could deploy, configure, secure, manage content, and create a usable Alfresco intranet at my library.

— Highland Park Public Library