Oracle Database Certification

 Oracle Database Certification

 Here some detail information about oracle database certification 


 3 Reasons to Invest in Oracle Database Certifications

  1. Gain a competitive advantage by developing a skill set that's in demand, worldwide.
  2. Create opportunity and improve your credibility through continuous learning.
  3. Join the 80% of Oracle certification holders who reported a promotion, salary increase or other career improvements.


What can an Oracle database certification do for you?

Competitive Advantage

The rigorous process of becoming Oracle certified makes you a better technologist. The knowledge you gain through training and practice will significantly expand your skill set and increase your credibility when interviewing for jobs.

Career Growth

97% of the Global Fortune 500 companies use Oracle software. These companies need skilled technologists to implement, develop and administer critical systems. Earning an Oracle certification equips you with these in demand skills, making you a more marketable candidate.

Salary Advancement

Companies value skilled workers. According to Oracle's 2012 salary survey, more than 80% of Oracle Certified individuals reported a promotion, compensation increase or other career improvements as a result of becoming certified.

Opportunity and Credibility

The skills and knowledge you gain by becoming certified will lead to greater confidence and increased career security. Your expanded skill set will also help unlock opportunities with employers and potential employers.


Benefits of Certification

"If two people with roughly the same background and experience are vying for the same job, the certified person will usually get to the top of the HR pre-screening pile. Certification gives an employee the edge."

- Hans Forbrich, CEO, Forbrich Computing, provider of Oracle Certification

  Who's Who - Oracle Certification Email Contacts

By Harold Green on May 12, 2010

The Oracle Certification Program has several email aliases that you can use depending on what you need to accomplish. In this short video, Harold Green shows you how to contact those who can best help you: