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JNCIE recertification dates

‎01-01-2014 11:08 PM

Hi

 

How early before JNCIE active->inactive transition date can one recertify such that the next 2-year active period starts counting at the time of original inactive date instead of recertify date?

 

E.g. let's assume my JNCIE certification active period will end in June 2014. If I recertify (JNCIP) in March 2014, will the certification move to inactive next time in March 2016 or June 2016?

 

 

Thanks

 

 

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Training, Certification, and Career Topics

Re: JNCIE recertification dates

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‎01-04-2014 10:27 AM

Dear 

 

the certificate will go to inactive exactely after 2 years , so in you example , it will be  March 2016 , but you have one extra year to recertify . so you will not lose your JNCIE

 

please check the below : 

 

 

  • All JNCP certifications are Active for a period of two years. After the two year Active period, certifications become Inactive for on year. Note: Please reference the table below under the Certification Status Categories section for recertification information.

 

CERTIFICATION STATUS CATEGORIES

 

The JNCP certification status categories, timeframes and eligibilities are as follows:

StatusTimeframeEligibilities
Active Two Years
  • Eligible for all benefits
  • Qualify under the Partner certification compliance requirements
Inactive One year following the Active period
  • Can be recertified
  • Are not eligible for benefits
  • Do not qualify under the Partner certification compliance requirements
  • Can still be used to fulfill prerequisite requirements for written exams
  • Cannot be used to fulfill prerequisite requirements for JNCP Lab Exams
Expired At the end of the Inactive period
  • Cannot be recertified
  • Are not eligible for benefits
  • Do not qualify under the Partner certification compliance requirements
  • Cannot be used to fulfill any prerequisite requirements
  • Candidates with an expired certification must start again at the bottom of that certification track

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