Certification from Adobe
The Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) program helps you gain professional recognition for your Adobe product skill and expertise. Adobe certifications are recognized as an industry standard of technical excellence worldwide — and it’s the best way to promote your proficiency in leading Adobe products. Pearson VUE delivers ACE exams and ACE certification is granted through Pearson Credential Management (PCM).
Launch of Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) CC2015 exams
Effective August 1, 2016, Creative Cloud 2015 versions for Adobe Dreamweaver®, Adobe InDesign®, Adobe Illustrator®, Adobe Photoshop® and Adobe Premiere Pro® will be available. Badges for these certifications will be issued to candidates who pass the certification exam. Please review the FAQs below for further details about this program update.
Retirement of Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) Creative Suite 6 exams
Starting on November 30, 2016, all CS6 exams will be retired and no longer available. Please review the FAQs below for further details about this program update.
Retirement of Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) Creative Cloud exams
As of December 31, 2016, all Adobe CC 2013 will be retired and no longer available. Please review the FAQs below for further details about this program update.
Training and test preparation
The Adobe Certification Marketplace online store brings together leading publishers, practice exam providers and other content experts to provide best-of-breed learning resources. It’s the one-stop-shop for exam vouchers and exam prep resources that can help you prepare for Adobe certification exams and, ultimately, career advancement.
Adobe product training is available from a wide variety of sources to suit individual learning styles and needs.
Find preparation materials for all Adobe exams.
Further your knowledge. As an Adobe Certified Instructor, you can take your classes — and yourself — to the leading edge of Adobe technology.
With authorization status from Adobe, your training center can use the power of the Adobe brand to promote courses and attract new students.