eCertificates Now Available For Oracle Certifications

Oracle is pleased to announce that all candidates will now receive access to an electronic version of their Oracle Certification credential - an Oracle eCertificate - upon completion of all cer´╗┐tification requirements. As a candidate, you can now download and print your Certificate and begin displaying your earned credential right away.

You will be sent an email notification when your eCertificate is available for download from Oracle's candidate self-service tool, CertView. eCertificate notifications are sent to the email address you provided in your Pearson VUE profile.

You may also request a printed copy of your certificate using the process outlined in your eCertificate notification email. Printed copies may be requested once per certification earned and will be sent via standard mail.  Allow up to 8 weeks for the printed certificate to arrive by mail.

QUESTIONS:
Why has Oracle made this change?
This process change will allow you to receive and begin using your certificates several weeks faster as compared to the printed certificates process.

When will I receive the eCertificate?
Your eCertificate will be sent to the email address that you have provided in your Pearson VUE profile, within 3-4 days of completing all your certification requirements (including training and submission of the course submission form if training is required for your certification path).

What if I have not received the eCertificate and more than a week has passed since I completed all certification requirements?
There are several explanations for your eCertificate not arriving:

  •  Your certification has not yet been granted.
    • Check the Certifications Achieved page under the Certification Activity tab in CertView to ensure that you have completed all your requirements and the certification is showing on this page.
    • If the certification is not showing on this page, it's possible that you have not completed all of your requirements, or that your requirements were completed under different/multiple Oracle Testing IDs.
      • Go to the Oracle Certification Website and determine if you have completed all the required steps in your path.
      • Ensure that you only have ONE Oracle Testing ID. If you have multiple IDs, you will need to request to have the IDs merged so that all of your requirements show up under the same CertView account.
  • You are expecting the email to arrive at an address different from the one in your Pearson VUE Profile.
    • Please go to your Pearson VUE Profile and confirm that you are checking the email box for the email address listed in your profile.
    • If you have not received the email, you can go to CertView and go to the Certifications Achieved page under the Certification Activity. On this page, you will be able to download your eCertificate.
  • Your email client is blocking the email for some reason.
    • If you have not received the notification email within 3-4 days, simply go to CertView and go to the Certifications Achieved page under the Certification Activity. On this page, you will be able to download your eCertificate.

What should I do if I have not received the requested printed certificate?
First, you should allow up to 8 weeks for the printed certificate to arrive by mail. If you have not received it in the 8-week time frame, contact Oracle Certification Support to find out the status of the certificate or to request another shipment.

Comments:

Hello,

What should justify for the recruiter or for a manager that, that eCertificate, you have printed is valid?
And I would like to know as well, if after sending the eCertificate, that will be all or you should normally send another hard certificate to us?

Thanks in advance for the reply.

Posted by guest on October 09, 2013 at 08:42 PM PDT #

I am requesting for my certificate in IZO-140, I did it in Namibia at PCCS.

Regards

Michael Nakale

Posted by Michael Nakale on October 10, 2013 at 08:50 AM PDT #

Guest,
In addition to the eCertificate, you can provide official certification verification through CertView.oracle.com in the Publish Certification To A 3rd Party tab. You can also request a printed copy of your certification by following the instructions provided in the eCertification notification email.

Michael,
Please formally request the printed copy of your certificate using the process outlined in the eCertificate notification email. If you need assistance, you can contact Oracle Certification Support http://bit.ly/KMsuH3.

Regards,
Brandye Barrington

Posted by Brandye Barrington on October 10, 2013 at 01:28 PM PDT #

Hello,

I have passed the OCA exam on 12 november 2013 but i have not yet received my OCA certificate on my address, Kindly guide me from where should i request the certificate.(I am not finding any link on oracle for requesting the printcopy of certificate)

Posted by guest on February 10, 2014 at 03:40 AM PST #

I'm not sure which exam you passed in November. If you only passed 1Z0-051, you have not yet earned a certification. You can go to your account at certview.oracle.com and check the Certification Activity tab to see if a certification has been granted yet. If a certification has been granted the eCertificate will be available for download in CertView.

Regards,
Brandye Barrington

Posted by Brandye Barrington on February 11, 2014 at 01:05 PM PST #

hello sir,
i have one doubt in certview.i completed my oca exam in 2013.How can i get my oca certification easily.....

Posted by guest on February 12, 2014 at 11:29 AM PST #

You can go to certview.oracle.com and download your certificate.

If you only completed one exam (for example 051 or 007), you may not have completed the certification requirements yet. Please have a look at certification.oracle.com to ensure that you have completed all the requirements in your path. If the certification shows up in CertView, then you have completed all the requirements in your path and you should be able to download the certificate.

If the certification does not show up in CertView, then you have not completed all the requirements in your path, or your requirements were not completed under the same Oracle Testing ID. In that case, you'll either need to pass the remaining exam in your path, or request to have your IDs merged (pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge).

Regards,
Brandye Barrington

Posted by Brandye Barrington on February 19, 2014 at 01:28 PM PST #

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