Is the brand new ACP-600 Certification valid for partnership with Atlassian?
For the silver level you need 1 person with Atlassian Sales Professional Accreditation and another with Atlassian Technical Sales Professional Accreditation.
For example can i have a person with ACP-200 and ACP-600 for Sales and another with ACP-300 and ACP-600 for Technical Sales?
Does this cover the requirementes?
Hi @Akbar_N , the AC-JPA certification is valid for 18 months. We'll be releasing the first Skills Badge to extend the Project Admin certification in May: a recorded webinar about Customizing Workflows.
To extend your certification, watch the free webinar, then purchase and take the online quiz. It will be in your interest to pass the quiz at a time closer to the end of your original 18 month validity period, since the badge extends the certification from the date you pass the quiz. You can watch and re-watch the free webinar at any time.
Awesome thanks for the details. Like for the other certification the information related to maintaining validity is not mentioned in the certification page - https://www.atlassian.com/university/certification. That's the reason for my question and now i'm clear :-)
so i just passed last sun. the first time i took in aug 2018. since then i have had some experience administering projects on jira software and that experience really helped me to understand the concepts better in acp-600. i guess my learning style needs some hands on to really understand concepts instead of just reading from the documentation
Any Atlassian Cert is designed to be challenging. With that said the Agreement that you get into with Atlassian before you take any of their certifications is that you stand by your word that you will not disclose any information about any questions which is used in their Certs.
I would like to say that Atlassian is doing a very great job of using real-world scenarios and not questions as other companies are doing in their certs such as Oracle, Microsoft, Cisco, etc.
Kudos to Atlassian.
Yes Jay, study the course and practice in a test enviroment.
And always keep in mind that you are NOT a Jira Admin or SysAdmin, this is very important when selecting the answer in the test, many options will acomplish the requirement but you always need to look for the one you can do with Projet Admin privileges.
Hello Everyone, I took my ACP-600 and failed. For someone who only had approximately a month of experience with Jira, I think I did okay. I want to retake it and pass it this time. Since most of the questions are real world scenarios, I found it a bit difficult but not that bad.
I wanted to ask the people who passed or failed, is anyone willing to make like a sample questions for this exam and provide it for me? I know the course has sample questions but I found those easier than the exam questions. I thought it would be nice to have more than 8 questions to practice with. If this is something someone is willing to take up on, please let me know!
Questions are multiple choice, everytime with a different scenario.
[I took the test today and failed with 62% (65% is required). It takes a lot of concentration to decipher everything and I used the 3h entirely. But may be that's because English is not my mother tongue and sometimes I waisted time (because I wasn't really sure of the meaning of the question or the answer asked).]
I just passed, and I made flashcard sets for things like JQL functions, permissions, reports etc. by copying from the Atlassian Documentation:
Hopefully they can help someone else. Some of the cards are probably beyond the scope of what they are seeking, but it's nice to know.
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