Add an Oracle Certification badge to your LinkedIn Profile, Facebook Page or Twitter account to validate your professional & technical expertise.
73% of respondents found badging to be more useful than the current solution - a survey that we ran based on a pilot.
I think the ability to display my credentials and achievements are paramount in justifying my capabilities.
I have received so many positive comments about the badge when posted on LinkedIn. Others wish their organization had a badge!
Great branding on my LinkedIn profile; 3rd party validation about who I really am and the most important reasons why you'd hire me.
People have seen it and commented. It really improves credibility.
A badge is a digital way to represent your certification achievement. Open Badges refer specifically to badges that adhere to an open standard being led by Mozilla for recognizing and validating learning.
Open Badges are secure, web-enabled credentials that contain granular, verified information employers can use to evaluate an individual's potential.
You receive a digital badge image from our partner, Acclaim. Once you visit the Acclaim website and claim your badge, you will have the option to share this digital image that is linked back to detailed metadata on the Acclaim website.
The metadata provides detailed information about your certification.
Representing your credential with a badge gives you the ability to broadcast your skills and tell your professional story online. It also allows you to securely represent your certification across a growing number of social media outlets and forums.
Employers, potential employers and anyone else with whom you wish to share your certification have single-click access to validated credential information.
Acclaim is a product of Pearson, the world's leading learning company. Acclaim is an enterprise-class badging platform based on Mozilla's Open Badges standards to support the specialized needs of credential issuers, employers and professionals.
The Acclaim platform provides a secure means of credential management and sharing that adds a layer of protection against those who may falsely claim certifications or credentials.
If you don't want your credential or profile to be visible to the public, you can make them private. If you don't even want a credential in the form of a badge, you can discard it. All information regarding you and your credentials can be configured within your Acclaim account.
Yes. Every credential and profile on Acclaim has a unique URL that can be embedded on a resume or website. Acclaim also offers seamless integration with several popular social and professional networking platforms for the display of credentials as badges.
Yes. You can manage and share all of the badges that are issued to you through Acclaim within one Acclaim account.
Use the embed code provided through the 'Share' option for that particular badge in your Acclaim profile.
Your badge will be automatically updated to reflect that the certification is retired:
Your badge will be replaced with a new badge indicating that the certification is retired and you have not upgraded to a current version of certification, indicating that your credential is inactive:
At this time, Oracle will still provide access to the existing Oracle Certification logos and will provide logos for new certifications.
If you have earned a certification but have not received the badge email from Acclaim, go to certview.oracle.com and check your Certification Management section. You should be able to claim your badge from there.