Certify your Tableau expertise.
Being Certified should carry weight. That's why we offer two levels of testing, for both Desktop and Server. Whether you choose to become a Qualified Associate or Certified Professional, your title showcases both your expertise and skill. Validate your experience using Tableau, and augment your career with data analytics training.
Review our Certification Program Guide to answer your questions and help prepare you for exam success.
Version 9 Certification - Certification exams for version 9 products will release within 3 months following the product release. If you have achieved version 8 Qualified Associate or Certified Professional, you will only need to pass the v9 Delta exam to receive a new certificate and title for the v9 Qualified Associate or v9 Certified Professional. If you have not achieved one of those titles on version 8, you will need to take the full v9 exams to be certified on the version 9 products. Look for more information to come or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Tableau Desktop 8 Qualified Associate
Tableau Desktop 8 Certified Professional
We recommend you take our Visual Analytics course and have at least 9 months of Desktop working experience. Before testing, you must first pass the Desktop Qualification exam.
Tableau Server 8 Qualified Associate
To prepare for this challenging exam, we recommend you take Tableau Server Essentials and have 3+ months of Tableau working experience.
Tableau Server 8 Certified Professional
We recommend you take Server Comprehensive (PDF) and have at least 9 months of Server experience. Before testing, you must first pass the Server Qualification exam.
Delta Exam Guide
- Review the Program FAQs - Get your questions about the program answered and decide which exams are right for you.
- Take Classroom Training - In addition to real-life experience, prepare for exams with in-person, virtual and onsite Tableau courses.
- Register for your exam - Create a new account through Loyalist Exam Services and get your exam on the books.
- 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.