How to become a consultant, can you get certified as a non partner?


(Al) #1

sorry for this ridicule question expert guys,

what certificate/courses i need to get to consider myself a CONSULTANT?:):nerd_face:


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(Jose C Gomez) #2

It’s a job title… Anyone can be a consultant. Now if you want to be certified you need to become and epicor partner and take the exams


(Mark Damen) #3

Are there any Epicor exam that you can take without being a partner? Similar to what MSFT does with MCSE/MCITP/MCTS etc?


(Jose C Gomez) #4

I don’t know if they do customer education certification (they might) your CAM should know


(Brandon Anderson) #5

There is Epicor university, which has lots of curriculum to learn stuff.

I don’t know if they have any certificate that goes with completing the course or anything.

That’s brings up a really interesting conundrum, for a user secure in his/her job, just learning what you need is good enough, for a user looking to pad his/her resume, a certificate would be useful. Should epicor offer those tests/certificates? And would employers be willing to pay for them? :thinking:


(Mark Wonsil) #6

Like this?

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(Joseph Moeller) #7

In my opinion, I think that both employers and prospective consultants would be willing to pay for them, though there’s probably a cost benefit / risk analysis on breeding competitors for your professional services team and your partners.


(Brandon Anderson) #8

I think it comes down to this.

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Unfortunately, I don’t think most employers are at that level.


(Staci Stahr Cummings) #9

Hi - no, unfortunately the certification tracks are only available to partners and employees.