Being a Certified Model Builder, Certified Solution Architect or Certified Master Anaplanner means that you’re an expert and highly qualified. You need to stay up to date on all the latest product releases and best practices, to maintain your certification and to enhance your expertise. Please review this new information about the certification-maintenance requirements for 2021 and 2022. This applies to all certified Anaplanners. New features and a new UX, launched in 2021, may require some additional steps for some of you.
Certified Model Builder or a Certified Solution Architect
The requirements to maintain certification are the same for both a Certified Model Builder and a Certified Solution Architect .
2021 Maintenance Requirements (valid through December 31, 2021):
If it has been a while since you achieved your certification, or you’re not sure if you’ve satisfied the 2021 requirements, visit this page to check to make sure you have met our 2021 maintenance requirements for all Certified Model Builders.
2022 Maintenance Requirements (valid through December 31, 2022):
In addition to the 2021 certification-maintenance requirements listed above, complete the 10-question quiz on the latest product releases and pass with a score of 80% or better
Note: If you’re not able to click the link to download the certificate of completion for any certification, that indicates that you may need to complete the Anaplan’s New User Experience course.
Certified Master Anaplanner
Make sure you have completed the 2021 & 2022 certification-maintenance requirements listed above so your Solution Architect certification is up to date, and
That's it! After passing the exam, you retain your certification for another calendar year. Need a little help passing the exam? There are many great resources, such as the Product Releases blog and Anapedia, to support you.
To better support our ecosystem and to improve your certification experience, Anaplan will also be migrating to a new certification process and maintenance in 2022. We will be moving away from certifications based on course completions and moving to certification exams. More information on these changes will be coming soon!