I would like to get a certification from PTC for Creo 2.0 for modelling, assembly and manufacturing. Can anyone please help me.
Solid works has a 'Certified Professional' program, Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional Exam | SOLIDWORKS but I've not seen anything for Creo. Out here in Western Canada there is so much Solid Works usage and people, having anything to raise the stature and value awareness of Creo would help those of us invested in our PTC product knowledge with keeping job opportunities available. Other wise it's like being the last slide rule expert in the land of calculators.
There is the PTC University training, see PTC University - Training | PTC at that link there is a questions link, you could try asking them what certification options are available?
This has also been asked in CERTIFICATIONS CREO discussion.
Thank you for your prompt replies.
I have studied and used creo in college. I have practiced a lot and also have designed products for a couple of companies. I am looking for a certificate from PTC saying I'm proficient in Creo. I'm willing to give an exam for getting the certificate.
The PTC U training courses do have tests at the end, but they don't market the completion of said tests as a certificate. You can retake the tests as many times as you want perhaps that is why. I made the suggestion to our PTC rep about certificates, hopefully that will go up the line to PTC management. Best Regards from Canada!
I am certified on Windchill as an implementation professional, but I think these certifications are for PTC partners. Many PTC VARs offer Instructor Led Trainings, not sure about the certification though
So my suggestion went to PTC. Apparently they are aware of this, and may look into it in the future, as with everything with any company any initiative is constrained by priorities and resources. If we have a lot more people chiming in and if we make a 'product idea' suggestion, perhaps this will help prioritize this idea?