Certification

The Symfony Certification is fundamental to get your expertise or your team recognized worldwide.
How does the exam work? 
The certification exam consists of 15 questions in English about 15 subjects, all in 90 minutes.
Take the exam online and join the exclusive circle gathering certified Symfony developers. To prepare for the online exam, SensioLabs University has designed the best Symfony training experience through 3 months combining virtual live sessions and eLearning: the Symfony Certification Online Coaching. In addition to virtual live sessionsSensioLabs provides access to SensioLabs University eLearning Platform 
Therefore, participants can test their skills, monitor their progress and stay in touch with trainers trougthout the program.

SensioLabs Summer news

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This Summer is the perfect time to take your Symfony project to the next level. Don’t stop coding and improving your skills thanks to SensioLabs, the creator of Symfony. Distance trainings, preparation to Symfony 5 certification, technical support, … SensioLabs’ Summer opportunities will help you to strengthen your project before September. After an unprecedented beginning […]

Special Discount: become a Symfony or Twig certified developer before September 30th.

If you ever wanted to become a Symfony or Twig certified developer, now is the time! Take your certification exam before September 30th to enjoy a 40% discount on your certification fees with the code CERTIF40. Use the promo code while buying your certification to get the discount and pay 150€ instead of 250€ (or 120€ instead of […]

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The Symfony Certification website has had a makeover!

The brand new Symfony Certification website is now available with a sparkling fresh new page design to provide a better user experience and simplify your exam registration. User-friendly and stylish, the new Symfony Certification website is operational, so go have a look! Our faster registration process will do away with any excuses to delay certification. Still […]

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