Free CDIA+ Exams!

LenniusceLenniusce SoCalMember Posts: 114 ■■■■□□□□□□
FYI: See Below

CompTIA is looking for digital information management professionals to participate in a beta exam of our revised CDIA+ (Certified Digital Information Architect) certification. Those who pass the exam will become CDIA+ certified at the time the final exam launches in 2013.

The target participant is a records management and/or digital information solutions provider with 24 months of experience in business and workflow analysis, integration of content imaging systems with business applications, project management, and knowledge and design of secure scanning technology infrastructure and capture solutions.

Companies currently hiring CDIA+ certified:
Ricoh, Toshiba America Business Solutions, Canon, Hyland Software

Current jobs specifying CDIA+ certification:
Document Imaging Workflow Architect, Managed Services Sales Specialist, Systems Analyst or Engineer

Beta exam available starting: October 16, 2012
Where: Pearson VUE testing centers
Cost: Free with promo code CDIAENG

The exam will be available to only the first 400 people to take it (not just register, but take it). When 400 people have taken the beta exam, it will be turned off and no longer available. In order for CompTIA to get useful beta statistics, it is important that those who take the exam are at the experience level that we’re targeting. If you consider yourself qualified based on the description above, and if you have colleagues who are, we urge you to participate in this CDIA+ beta exam event.

In order to register for the beta exam, you must have an account at VUE. Instructions for setting up a test taker account
In Progress: CCNA:DEVNET or CISSP Done: PMP | A+ | N+ | S+ | L+ | P+ | MCSA 2016 | CCNA | CCNA:S(exp) | LPIC1(exp) | MBA IT Management | MS Information Systems

Comments

  • Corndork2Corndork2 Member Posts: 266
    Taking the CDIA+ Beta today!
    Brocade: BAIS, BACNS, BAEFS Cisco: CCENT, CCNA R&S CWNP: CWTS Juniper: JNCIA-JUNOS
    CompTIA: A+ (2009), Network+ (2009), A+ CE, Network+ CE, Security+ CE, CDIA+
    Mikrotik: MTCNA, MTCRE, MTCWE, MTCTCE VMware: VCA-DV Rackspace: CloudU
  • MSP-ITMSP-IT Member Posts: 752 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Passed this with an 820.

    Anyone else?
  • LenniusceLenniusce SoCalMember Posts: 114 ■■■■□□□□□□
    What would you suggest to study? I scheduled mine for a few weeks from now after discovering the Beta Would you consider the current objectives on CompTIA's web site to be any good? Is it all common sense? Any info would be great MSP!

    CompTIA CDIA+ Certification
    In Progress: CCNA:DEVNET or CISSP Done: PMP | A+ | N+ | S+ | L+ | P+ | MCSA 2016 | CCNA | CCNA:S(exp) | LPIC1(exp) | MBA IT Management | MS Information Systems
  • MSP-ITMSP-IT Member Posts: 752 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Lenniusce wrote: »
    What would you suggest to study? I scheduled mine for a few weeks from now after discovering the Beta Would you consider the current objectives on CompTIA's web site to be any good? Is it all common sense? Any info would be great MSP!

    CompTIA CDIA+ Certification

    I would say 25% of questions had to do with project management, which was very interesting. I am in the final stages of receiving my CAPM certification for Project Management, so I found those questions rather easy. As for the exam itself, I found it to be the most logical CompTIA exam I've ever taken. Many of the questions were very black/white. With reasonable deduction and common sense, and a bit of knowledge regarding project management, you should be able to pass the exam with little trouble.
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