- Validate and differentiate your LabVIEW development skills
- 3 certification levels: Associate Developer, Developer, Architect
- 1 certification expertise: Embedded Systems Developer
- Valid for 2 years from certification issue date, recertification required to maintain credentials
- Benefits include use of certification logo and listing on ni.com
The NI LabVIEW certification path includes three steps:
1. Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer - This certification indicates a broad working knowledge of the LabVIEW environment, a basic understanding of coding and documentation best practices, and the ability to understand and interpret existing code.
2. Certified LabVIEW Developer - At this level, an engineer has shown the ability to design and develop functional programs while minimizing development time and ensuring maintainability.
3. Certified LabVIEW Architect - Architects have demonstrated that they have reached the highest skill level and can develop a framework for an application to be executed by a team of developers if given a set of high-level requirements.
The LabVIEW certification path includes one certification expertise:
1. Certified LabVIEW Embedded Systems Developer - Embedded Systems Developers have demonstrated mastery in designing medium to large LabVIEW control and monitoring applications.