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cPanel Announces cPanel Certification Program At cPanel Conference 2011

cPanel (, Web hosting control panel developer,  made an announcement on Wednesday that it has released the details of its new certification program, cPanel University.

As per the cPanel press release, they have spent the 12 months in evaluating, training, and certifying tests for this program, called cPanel University, or cPU. This highly credible certification program helps employers and employees to accurately gauge their respective cPanel skill levels.

The cPanel University debut, which will take place at cPanel Conference this October in Austin, TX,  will include a full walkthrough of the program requirements, live tests, and feedback from customers and partners.

“cPanel University will challenge the skills of those taking the exams, and reward those who pass with the confidence of knowing they have a solid understanding of cPanel’s software” said Technical Product Specialist David Grega, one of the designers of cPanel University.

The cPanel Certification process comprises two programs: sales and technical. The technical certification program consists of seven levels while the sales program has 10 levels. The first three levels of each program will be publicly available to all registered cPanel Conference attendees. Enrollees will be able to schedule onsite testing. Additional training for advanced skills will be made available in various locations around the globe, at the corporate offices and at future cPanel Conferences beginning the first quarter of 2012.

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The final four technical and six sales tests will be available at a later date and will only support live, in-person testing.

Read more about the cPanel conference & certification program at

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