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Achieving CCNP Collaboration certification proves your skills with Cisco collaboration solutions.

Technology advances are enabling new collaboration applications and businesses that connect everything - people, devices, machines, and applications. With intent-based networking, collaboration teams can take advantage of automation to scale their infrastructure. But to capitalize on these opportunities, today’s collaboration professionals need a broader range of skills and deeper focus in strategic technology areas. The CCNP Collaboration certification program gives you exactly that breadth and depth.


Recommended Training Exams
CLCOR- Implementing and Operating Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies v1.0 350-801 CLCOR
CLICA - Implementing Cisco Collaboration Applications v1.0

300-810 CLICA

CLACCM - Implementing Cisco Advanced Call Control and Mobility Services

300-815 CLACCM

CLCEI - Implementing Cisco Collaboration Cloud and Edge Solutions v1.0

300-820 CLCEI

CLAUI - Implementing Automation for Cisco Collaboration Solutions

300-835 CLAUTO


CCNP Collaboration candidates should have three to five years of experience implementing collaboration solutions and a good understanding of the exam topics before taking the exam.

CCNA - Cisco Certified Network Associate

CCNA - Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions v1.0
CLFNDU - Understanding Cisco Collaboration Foundations v1.0

Required Exams

Core Exam (required):
350-801 CLCOR

Concentration exams (choose one):
300-810 CLICA
300-815 CLACCM
300-820 CLCEI
300-835 CLAUTO

Next Steps

CCIE Collaboration

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CCNP certification is valid for three years.

Certification holders can recertify by:

  • Passing one technology core exam
  • Passing any two professional concentration exams
  • Passing one CCIE lab exam
  • Earning 80 continuing education credits

The recertification requirements must be met prior to the certification expiration date. Individuals with expired certifications must repeat the entire certification exam process in order to regain their certification status. Learn more at the Cisco website.