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    February 6, 2014

Reminder - eCertificates Now Available For Oracle Certifications

Brandye Barrington
Sr. Program Manager
We receive questions every day from candidates wanting to know where their certificates are. For these candidates, we have good news! You may remember that in October 2013, we announced that all certified individuals now have access to their certificates via CertView. As a candidate, you can now download and print your Certificate and begin displaying your earned credential right away.

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.

View the full blog post that was previously released. This post contains a few questions and answers that may be helpful.

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Comments ( 19 )
  • Irshad Ahmed Friday, February 7, 2014

    Dear sir Please Issu me certificate of Orcle

  • Brandye Barrington Friday, February 7, 2014


    If you have completed all the requirements in your certification path, you can download your certificate from certview.oracle.com. If you wish to request a printed copy of your certificate, you should follow the instructions provided in the eCertificate notification email you received. If you need assistance, please contact Oracle Certification Support http://bit.ly/KMsuH3.


    Brandye Barrington

  • guest Wednesday, February 12, 2014


    I have done OCA on Aug 2013 but oracle university has not sent my certificate to me. Please sent any details.

    Thank you.

  • Turgunbek Friday, February 14, 2014

    Hello ,

    I cant find my old certificates from Certview history.

    How can I access..

    with BR,


  • Brandye Barrington Wednesday, February 19, 2014

    @Guest, you should be able to print your certificates from certview.oracle.com. If you need a printed copy of your certificate, you may need to contact Oracle Certification Support http://bit.ly/KMsuH3.

    @Turgunbek, All of your certificates should be in CertView. The issue with your old certificates not showing up could be that you have certifications under different testing IDs. You will need to contact Pearson VUE www.pearsonvue.com/oracle/idmerge to request to have these IDs merged so that all of your certifications show up under a single CertView account.


    Brandye Barrington

  • Ramya Tuesday, February 25, 2014

    i need to apply for oca certifications.send me the procedure with syllabus .and also exam fees..

    e-mail: rammi.k87@gmail.com

  • Brandye Barrington Tuesday, February 25, 2014


    There are several OCA options available. I suggest that you start by having a look at our website certification.oracle.com to see which certification path you'd like to pursue.

    Beware, since you've posted your email address here, you will likely be contacted by those trying to sell brain dumps. I strongly advise you against using dumps. It is illegal and can cause you to lose your certifications.


    Brandye Barrington

  • Oke Onoruvwe Wednesday, May 14, 2014

    Hello Brandye. I am OCA 11g certified. I intend taking 1Z0-053 in a couple of days. Pls what are the possible hands-on that i can take to be OCP-certified? Your usual quick response is alway appreciated. Thanks

  • Brandye Barrington Monday, May 19, 2014


    Are you asking about the hands-on courses that will count toward your OCP certification?

    You can find the list of courses that will fulfill the training requirement on our website here http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=244#4.


    Brandye Barrington

  • osayemi Akeem Olasunkanmi Wednesday, July 1, 2015


    How can i get my printed certificate ship to me?

    please give me the steps to step on how i can go about it

    thank you

  • Brandye Barrington Wednesday, July 1, 2015


    When you earned your certification, you should have received an email that provided a link to CertView and provided steps to request a printed copy of your certificate. You will follow the steps in the email. If you no longer have the email, you can contact Oracle Certification Support http://bit.ly/YpaA7i and they will be able to resend it.


    Brandye Barrington

  • swati Monday, August 3, 2015

    I applied for hard copy Certificate. But still I didn't get that certificate. Almost 1 year over.

  • guest Monday, August 10, 2015


    I have done 1Z0-051 on 3 Aug, 2015 but I can not access to download an electronic certificate on my CertView. Please kindly give me instruction.

  • Brandye Barrington Wednesday, August 12, 2015

    Passing only the 051 exam does not earn a certificate. There are several certifications in which 051 is the first exam in the path. You'll need to pass the 2nd exam in your certification path in order to earn a certificate.


    Brandye Barrington

  • Brandye Barrington Friday, August 21, 2015

    Swati, please contact the Oracle Certification Support team http://bit.ly/YpaA7i. They should be able to assist.


    Brandye Barrington

  • Keith Chettiar Thursday, July 13, 2017
    Respected Sir,
    I have completed my Java SE 6 Professional exam (IZ0-851)on 3rd of the may of this year.
    I have received e-certificate, logo and badge for the same.
    So i requested for a printed copy of the certificate and was told within 6 weeks i would receive the same.
    But 9 weeks has passed i haven't receive my printed copy yet.
    waiting for your reply.
  • Brandye Barrington Friday, July 14, 2017
    Hi Keith,
    We are no longer sending printed certificates. You can download and print your certificate from your CertView account.

    Brandye Barrington
  • FARAS Saturday, March 14, 2020
    I have passed the 1Z0-200 certificate in 2009, can I get a ref. Web copy of the same. I have the prometric tef. ID email details as well.
  • Brandye Barrington Thursday, March 26, 2020
    Hi Faras,
    There is a bit of a process that you will need to follow. Since you earned that certification, we have moved testing to Pearson VUE and we have launched CertView, our candidate self-service tool where you can access your eCertificate and logo.

    1. Go to pearsonvue.com/oracle and create an account. There will be a field where you are requested to enter your Prometric ID.

    2. If your address, email address, and phone number are all different now, Pearson VUE will likely not recognize that you are the same person we brought over to their system when we switched, so you will likely be asked to await an email from Pearson VUE and will receive a new Oracle Testing ID within about 24 hours of creating your Pearson VUE account.

    3. If you receive a new Oracle Testing ID, you will need to visit pearsonvue.com/oracle/contact and request Pearson VUE to merge your Prometric ID with the new Oracle Testing ID that has been generated.

    If you DO NOT have a new testing ID generated, you can move on to Step 4.

    4. Once you have a single Oracle Testing ID, go to certview.oracle.com and authenticate your account. You will need the email address that you used to create your Pearson VUE account and your Oracle Testing ID. If you have trouble authenticating, you will get 3 tries before your account is referred to the support team for manual processing. Once the account is referred for manual processing, the support team will manually authenticate your account and let you know when it is done.

    Then, after walking across the desert, climbing a mountain and swimming across the ocean :), you should be able to access your eCertificate in CertView.

    I know that this is quite a process, but you'll only have to do it once! And if you need assistance, the Oracle Certification Support team will be happy to help!


    Brandye Barrington
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