Training

Tableau Certification

Certify your Tableau expertise.

Differentiate yourself and get recognized

Two certification levels

Prove your technical skills with a Qualified Associate exam, then get tested on best practices in a Certified Professional Exam. Whatever you choose, your title will showcase your expertise and skill in Tableau.

Test online

No need to go to a testing center. Exams are available online so you can test anytime, anywhere. In-person exams are offered at Tableau Conference and select Tableau Conference On Tours.

Augment your career

Holding a Tableau certification distinguishes you as an expert. Get noticed by your boss or potential employers.

Clearly communicate your expertise

Gain access to a community of certified users, official LinkedIn and Tableau community badges, and exclusive swag (for Certified Professionals only).

Version 10 exams will be available within 90 days of the product release. As version 10 exams become available, version 9 exams will be retired. If you purchased a version 9 exam, you will still be able to take your exam as scheduled (exam resources can be found here). Version 9 exam registrations cannot be transferred to version 10.

Tableau Certifications:


Tableau Desktop

9 Qualified Associate
$250 / Exam Fee (USD)

Suggested Preparation

9 Certified Professional
$600 / Exam Fee (USD)

Suggested Preparation

10 Delta Exam
$125 / Exam Fee (USD)

For Desktop 9 Qualified Associates or Certified Professionals. Update your title to version 10 with this exam.

Suggested Preparation



Tableau Server

9 Qualified Associate
$250 / Exam Fee (USD)

Suggested Preparation

9 Certified Professional
$800 / Exam Fee (USD)

Suggested Preparation

10 Delta Exam
$125 / Exam Fee (USD)

For Server 9 Qualified Associates or Certified Professionals. Update your title to version 10 with this exam.

Suggested Preparation

Being a Tableau Certified Professional gave me the clout I needed to get my foot in the door.

Certification Process

  1. Review the Program FAQ - Get your questions about the program answered and decide which exams are right for you.
  2. Take Classroom Training - In addition to real-life experience, prepare for exams with in-person, virtual and onsite Tableau courses.
  3. Register for your exam - Create a new account through Loyalist Exam Services and get your exam on the books.
  4. Set up your computer for the exam - Directions are boring! But you'll want to follow this guide before you take your exams. Avoid technical headaches or system issues as you take your exam remotely.

Retired Exam Resources

Registered for a retired version 9 exam? You'll find what you need here.