Friday Mar 25, 2011

[SURVEY] Oracle Certification eCertificates

Oracle is always interested in more environmentally friendly initiatives. As a part of this effort we are evaluating the possibility of providing electronic success kits (printable eCertificates, welcome letters and ID cards) to candidates who earn Oracle credentials.

The current Oracle Certification success kit includes a printed, embossed paper certificate with an ID card. These kits typically require a 6-8 week processing/shipping time.

Electronic success kits, in PDF format, could be delivered more quickly, giving candidates the materials they need in less than half the time. Electronic kits would include the same customized materials as the printed kit, but would be delivered electronically, either by email via download. The components could be printed by candidates if necessary.

We are interested in how you, the candidates, feel about this option. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey to help us evaluate this initiative. You can also provide your comments in the public forums below, but note that your opinions will only be registered if you take the time to complete the survey.

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Friday Mar 18, 2011

Quick Poll Results: Certifications You Are Pursuing in 2011

We wanted to to report on the result of our recent Quick Poll regarding certifications that people intend to pursue in 2011:

Survey Results
  • Over 58% of respondents said that they plan to pursue database certification.
  • Over 35% plan to pursue Java tracks.
  • PL/SQL was third, with almost 29% of respondents indicating it in their plans.
  • Almost 7% intend to pursue Solaris certification.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Quick Poll. Watch the Oracle Certification blog for additional opportunities to provide feedback.



Friday Jan 21, 2011

Quick Poll: What Certifications Are You Planning To Pursue In 2011?

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Hi Everyone,

We are interested in your certification plans for 2011. Take our latest Quick Poll (always 3 questions or less) and tell us about your certification plans.

Thanks,



NOTE: You can only take the survey once per machine.
(if you try a second time it may redirect you to an external website)

Tuesday Dec 07, 2010

Quick Poll: Certification Information Preferences

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We're starting a new "quick poll" series so that we can better learn about you - our technical professionals who are either already Oracle certified or working on earning an Oracle credential. We aim to keep them short (~1 minute to answer) so that you'll share your opinion.

This week we want to know how you prefer to get your information about Oracle Certification:

TAKE THE QUICK POLL
NOTE: You can only take the survey once per machine. (if you try a second time it may redirect you to an external website)

Tuesday Apr 20, 2010

Oracle Certification Survey - Becoming Oracle Certified

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At Oracle University, we're interested to know what kinds of challenges you face as you approach your task of getting certified. We know that getting Oracle certified is not an easy process, and we would like your input on which factors tend to be more or less of an issue to you personally. Our hope is that the results of this survey will help not only further improve the Oracle Certification Program but make it more accessible as well.

If you are certified, in the process of getting certified, or have ever considered certification - please take a moment to respond to our eight-question survey. It should only take you 3-5 minutes to complete.

TAKE THE SURVEY NOW: "BECOMING ORACLE CERTIFIED"
(8 questions)

Thank you in advance for your participation.

Thursday Sep 17, 2009

Results Of The Oracle Certification 2009 Salary Survey

TResults of Oracle Certification 2009 Salary Surveyhe results of the Oracle Certification Program's 2009 Salary Survey, which was administered via the Internet earlier this year have been released.

Responses from Oracle Certification E-Magazine subscribers, Oracle Certified individuals, and visitors to the Oracle Certification Blog are included in the survey results - with participants from every demographic region worldwide.

Of the 2,337 individuals who responded to the survey, 95% are employed either full- or part-time and reported that those who are Oracle certified typically earn an average salary that is $10K higher than candidates who are not certified.

For full details, visit Oracle Certification 2009 Salary Survey Results.

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