Autodesk offers a range of certification options to help you achieve your goals, including certification for industry professionals, students, and instructors.
Students and professionals wishing to receive Autodesk Certification in Autodesk software can pursue two pathways.
Those who are relatively new to Autodesk software and want to demonstrate basic proficiency can seek to become Certified Users. Certification at this level helps demonstrate a commitment to academic success or career development.
Find out more from Certiport, the provider for the Autodesk Certified User program.
Those who possess more advanced skills and can solve complex workflow and design challenges will, in most cases, pursue recognition as Certified Professionals. Certification at this level demonstrates the skills needed to stand out from the competition and pursue career advancement.
Those who possess a competency in specialized workflow or mastery of an Autodesk Suite can earn a Certified Specialist credential. Certification at this level demonstrates the ability to design innovative solutions across multiple technologies.
Download the Autodesk Exam Preparation Roadmaps to learn more about the certification options and exam objectives.
Autodesk® Simulation Moldflow® software certification is a reliable validation of your skills and knowledge, not only for Simulation Moldflow software, but also injection molding, plastic part design, and mold design best practices. Become a leader. Find out how to get certified on one of three levels of Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Certification today.
Are you looking to become a certified instructor? The Autodesk® Certified Instructor (ACI) program provides educators with the highest level of training in the use of Autodesk software.
Learn more about the Autodesk Certified Instructor (ACI) program.