Pursue Teradata Certification with Confidence
The Teradata Certified Professional Program is focused on advancing Teradata knowledge and skills to IT professionals worldwide. Teradata provides a highly valued, industry recognized certification program that measures and validates technical abilities used to further advance business strategy while taking advantage of Teradata’s powerful technology.
Teradata 14 Certification - The Teradata Certified Professional Program is excited to announce the upcoming release of the new Teradata 14 Technical Certification Track. Several exams will be released in the first quarter of 2013 with the remaining exams to follow prior to year end. Website updates are currently in progress. Check out the Pre-Release Program Overview and check back often for more details. Please contact the TCPP Team with questions at Certification.Teradata@Teradata.com.
Podcast- Matt Scicchitano, Certification Program Manager at Teradata, talks with Ron Powell, independent consultant/analyst and BeyeNETWORK expert, about the Teradata Certification Program for individuals within Teradata, their partners, their customers and students. Matt explains the benefits of being certified in Teradata technology. (Recorded October 2013, Teradata Partners User Group Conference)
Teradata Study Guides - Supplement your Teradata training and expertise with authorized Teradata Certification Study Guides. Purchase these popular guides in textbook or electronic format.
Free Teradata Certification App - The exciting new Teradata Certification app - TCaPP - provides mobile access to “must-have” features and information including certification exam practice questions, from the convenience of your iPhone or iPad. A fun, interactive, game-style Masters app plug-in is also available to help prepare for the Comprehensive Mastery Exam (for iPad only).
Certified Masters - Achieve and maintain Teradata’s premiere Certification: Teradata Certified Master.
V2R3 Certification - Teradata has significantly changed since the V2R3 Certifications were introduced almost 13 years ago, leaving V2R3 credentials outdated and obsolete. Effective immediately, Teradata V2R3 certifications will no longer be supported.
The Survey Says Yes – Sixty percent of IT professionals surveyed, in a CIO Magazine survey, say a certification led to a new job, and half say it gave a salary boost.