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Citrix certfication

Contributor(s): Matthew Haughn

Citrix certification is a training offering from Citrix designed to verify learning in an area of expertise with the company's cloud computing solutions. The three levels of certification include Associate, Professional and Expert.

Citrix’s main offerings for certification are in networking, apps, desktop virtualization, enterprise mobility management and cloud services. These certifications enable employers who depend on Citrix cloud-based solutions to easily identify a qualified professional, improving the ability to assess a potential or current employee’s value to their organization.

Each level of certification has a different course level and exam. There are 100, 200, 300 and 400-level courses. Generally, there are two courses and an exam per certification for each level and category of certification. Higher-level certification exams have a higher associated cost. Certifications are valid for three years from the date they are issued.

For those who wish to maintain their status, Citrix also offers a recertification program. A Citrix certified individual can recertify within three years of valid credentialed status.

Citrix Systems was founded in 1989 and has its headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

This was last updated in March 2018

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