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Karen McDougall
Oct 9, 2019
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Commerce Developer with a valid Commerce certificate? Get a 75 % discount on a Commerce Developer Subscription

Did you know that as a current certified Commerce Episerver Developer, you have an opportunity to purchase a Commerce developer subscription program to prepare for the renewal of your Commerce certification at a 75 % discount? You have access to the eLearning materials (plus updates) for a year. This is a great way to learn about the new features and functionalities of Episerver to prepare you properly for your recertification exam. When you are ready you can buy an exam attempt. If you need additional help you can also buy some hours of Instructor led training.
E-mail education@episerver.com to get your Commerce Certified Developer discount code.
You can read more about the different Commerce developer subscription here:
https://education.episerver.com/collections/developer-subscriptions/products/episerver-commerce-developer-12-months-subscription 

Do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions.
Have a great week!

Oct 09, 2019

Comments

Praful Jangid
Praful Jangid Oct 9, 2019 05:29 PM

I process of providing lots of offers is there anything special for Episerver partners, like training or certification discounts?

Karen McDougall
Karen McDougall Oct 10, 2019 09:03 AM

Hi @Praful Jangid!
Partners get 25 % discount on on scheduled and a la carte eLearning training courses. Apply the discount code that you get from the Partner portal at checkout: https://partner.episerver.com/services/. The code will change quarterly. Note: The partner discount cannot be used for Episerver Programs and Certifications. This means that you need to keep an eye on when you certificate runs out if you want to claim the 75 % discount for valid certificate holders. The certificate is valid for two years after the exam is successfully passed. Good luck with your Episerver training!

Praful Jangid
Praful Jangid Oct 10, 2019 10:08 AM

Thanks Karen, that make sense to me.

Karen McDougall
Karen McDougall Oct 10, 2019 10:10 AM

You're welcome! :-)

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