SAS Global Certification program


"Terry is Manager of the SAS Global Certification program. He has an extensive background in the development and operation of high-stakes certification programs in the IT industry as well as experience in the development and delivery of technical training"

- Terry Barham RSS

Since 1999, the SAS Global Certification program has helped thousands of SAS professionals achieve their career goals. In today’s busy world, it’s hard to add something else to our already full plates, but personal development can payoff. Here’s a list of 10 reasons to become SAS certified:
1. Improve your skills and expertise by going through the process of preparing for a SAS exam. Even long-time SAS users will benefit from the experience.
2. Industry validation of your SAS skills and expertise.
3. Increased credibility with your employer as a technical professional committed to personal growth.
4. Increased marketability if you are looking for a job.
5. SAS credentials are job-role focused, with immediate relevancy to real world needs.
6. SAS skills are in high demand around the globe (just check out a major job board site in your region and type in ‘SAS’).
7. It’s proven to increase your earning power.
8. Defined training paths and certification training packages make preparation more accessible and affordable.
9. SAS certified individuals can qualify for discounts on other SAS training.
10. SAS certified individuals are listed in the Directory of SAS Certified Professionals which can be accessed by employers to validate your credentials.
Achieving a SAS certification is worth considering if you can relate to anything listed above - it might just be the most beneficial thing you do all year. The SAS Global Certification program includes credentials that validate SAS skills in Programming, Analytics, Administration, Data Management, and Enterprise Business Intelligence.


"This course helped me to understand the fundamentals of analytics and at the same time apply those concepts in real world problem via case studies which gave me the detailed understanding of Analytics, R and SAS concepts"

- Rahul Jain

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