Badging & Certification

IBM Credentials: Ready, Set, Earn

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Your new IBM credential experience has arrived!

www.ibm.com/training/credentials

Announcing the launch of a seamless learning and credentialing experience. All that you need for your IBM skills journey is now in one place.

  • Looking for certifications, certification exams, skill badges or recommended training? Leverage the new site navigation and search that significantly improves the time it takes to locate just what you need.
  • Ready to certify? Access IBM Professional Certification objectives, requirements and exam details all on one easy-to-navigate page.
  • Need to manage and track your credential achievements and activities?
    Check out My Learning. We have combined both of your learning and credential profile history in one easy-to-manage account. 
  • Are you a Business Partner? Check out the new competency and eligible skills experience! Quickly locate what you need to achieve PartnerWorld program skill requirements.


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