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What does it mean to transfer a certification?

By wanttocancel ·
Ok, I have a new job and I'm going through all the paperwork I have to sign and turn in and I saw one sheet of paper was to transfer one of my certifications. The sheet doesn't explain what this means but it does state it's voluntary. I don't want to lose access to my certification in question but I don't mind showing my employer that I have it. Can someone please explain what it means to transfer a certification?

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For MS certs

by bart777 In reply to What does it mean to tran ...

This means that your certification is tied to you and the new company. This is used to improve the companies standing with Microsoft. If the company is a MS Partner or trying to become one they need as many certified people as they can get.

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Does this matter for CompTIA Certs?

by wanttocancel In reply to For MS certs

Because I only have CompTIA certs.

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I'm not sure about CompTIA

by bart777 In reply to Does this matter for Comp ...

I don't hold any of that paper.

If there is a company assignment for them I'm not aware of it.

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Does not matter for CompTia

by LarryD4 In reply to Does this matter for Comp ...

No, CompTia is not a company but a certification authority. Their are no company partnership stuff with the CompTia Certs.

At one point MS Certs allowed you to wave an exam if you were CompTia A+ certified or N+ certified, but I haven't heard of a need to transfer CompTia Certs to a company.

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