I see there are changes coming to the qbo advanced cert. I also saw info about this in the community. Will there be significant changes to the training or just the exam

When will online or vcon info be available? Is the previous supplementary info still valid?


Good day, helane.dollinger,

The new QuickBooks Online Advanced Certification recommends you to take the QBO Advanced training and exam. You need to pass the exam to complete the certification.

We continue to offer Certification preparation training in both the webinar, virtual conference and live-classroom events format. You can make registration for VCon events available through the ProAdvisor tab,then select Training in QBOA.

If you need assistance, you can reach out to our QuickBooks and ProAdvisor Support. They can provide more information about the changes of the QBO Advanced Certification training and exam. Here's how:

  1. Go to this link: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1458728-quickbooks-and-proadvisor-support.
  2. Click the QuickBooks Contact Us link.
  3. Select a category under What can we help you with?.
  4. Scroll down, and hit the Get Phone Number button.

You can check out the articles below for your reference: 

If you have further concerns about QuickBooks Advanced Certification, please leave a comment below. I'll be around to help.

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