Five Steps to become a Certified WordPress Expert
Becoming a Certified WordPress Expert can help separate you from your competition, attract new business, place you in a position of knowledge and credibility, and improve your development skills.
We want to make sure you have a clear understanding of the steps you need to take to become a Certified WordPress Expert.
Five Steps to Certification
Step 1: Getting Started – Exam Guides
We have exam guides for each level of certification. These guides consist of written material as well as instructional videos. The guides provide an easy-to-follow outline of the knowledge required for the specific level of certification you desire.
Step 2: Live, Instructor Led, Online Training
In the vast world of certification training, our training is unique. It’s live, online, one-on-one instructor led training customized to you and your training goals.
Step 3: Practical Experience
It is highly recommended that you apply your training to adequate on-the-job experience prior to taking the final exam. We provide development sites loaded with the most popular themes and plug-ins that you can check out and privately work on the topics of your choice.
Step 4: Exam Prep
We have sample tests for each of our three paths of certification. These tests will help you decide if you are ready for the testing phase and to help prepare you for the final exam.
Step 5: Take the Exam
The certification exams measure your skill using the WordPress website platform. They are intended to establish your level of expertise that comes with training and with real-world experience.
|Certified WordPress Manager
Price: $399 Description:
The Certified WordPress Manager program teaches you how to manage content through a theme’s admin settings, dashboard settings and theme options. You will learn to set up user accounts and manage them and how to add social media content to a WordPress site. You will also gain an understanding of best SEO practices and how to implement them on a site along with customizing your headers, footers, and sidebar areas.
|Certified WordPress Administrator
|Certified WordPress Front-End Developer