Application Form for LibreOffice Certification
The application form must be filled by individuals willing to be certified by The Document Foundation (TDF) as Migration Experts or Training Experts, according to LibreOffice Certification Program. Developers willing to be certified do not have to fill the application form, unless they want to be certified as Migration Experts or Training Experts. Developers’ certification is handled by invitation by TDF Certification Committee.
Although open to every individual, LibreOffice Certification is completely different from commercial certification. TDF is looking for something more than project management, migration, training or technical skills. TDF is looking for LibreOffice Ambassadors, able to provide value added professional services to grow the LibreOffice ecosystem.
Individuals willing to be certified should be already active in the field of migrations from proprietary software and large deployments of LibreOffice, and/or LibreOffice training programs of any kind (withing a migration or a large deployment, or a training school).
Before filling the application form, candidates will have to check their eligibility by carefully reading the Certification Pre-Requisites. In addition, they should become familiar with the Certification Code of Conduct, which provides a guidance for their behaviour as certified professionals.
Candidates will be evaluated during a Peer-to-Peer Review, based also on their familiarity with the Migration Protocol and the Training Protocol.
Individuals not eligible according to the Certification Pre-Requisites, because they were not able to get the appropriate training at local level, but equally willing to apply for LibreOffice Certification, should reach the Certification Committee by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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