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Become an advanced PLM software user and expand your investment

The Global Certification Program provides consistent global certification testing in the use and implementation of Siemens PLM Software products by our customers. The main goal of the program is to improve our customers' use of our products and thereby improve their return on their investment in Siemens PLM Software technology. Also, certification allows employers to develop more effective personal development programs for existing employees, quantify the effectiveness of training investments and more effectively screen potential employees and contractors to make more educated hiring decisions.

User Certification

Become an advanced PLM software user and expand your investment

The Global Certification Program provides consistent global certification testing in the use and implementation of Siemens PLM Software products by our customers. The main goal of the program is to improve our customers' use of our products and thereby improve their return on their investment in Siemens PLM Software technology. Also, certification allows employers to develop more effective personal development programs for existing employees, quantify the effectiveness of training investments and more effectively screen potential employees and contractors to make more educated hiring decisions.

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NX Designer Certified Professional

NX Designer Certified Professional is one of the important achievements that can be added to your (or your employees') credentials. This program has been designed and structured similarly to professional certification programs in other industries that are in place to validate a user's professional qualifications.

 

Certification sessions

The NX Designer Certified Professional examination is conducted in half-day sessions, usually at one of our training centers. During the certification session, you will be required to perform various design related tasks in NX within a set time period.

For more information: Certification Description

 

Preparing for certification

As part of the NX Designer Certified Professional program, Siemens PLM Software Education Services developed an online pre-certification assessment tool that can found on our Learning Advantage web site. Once logged in, choose Advisors and Assessments. Expand the Advisors and Assessments section, then choose NX, then choose the NX version you need, expand that section and choose Pre-certification assessment. There is no charge for this pre-certification assessment. This tool will help you evaluate your skills prior to the NX Designer Certified Professional examination.

NX Designer Certification FAQ

 

What is the NX Designer Certified Professional certification?
  • NX 10, NX 9, NX 8.5 and NX 7.5: Designer Certified Professional certification is a hands-on and knowledge based measurement of an individual's understanding and application of NX design

 

What are the benefits of Design Certification?
To the professional it means...
  • Establishes hands-on proof that you have the skills and breadth of knowledge to use NX in mechanical design
  • Formally documents your NX qualifications
  • Increases your worth to your company
  • Facilitates career development and advancement
  • Useful for matching your skills to your job responsibilities
To the company it means...
  • Increases the proficiency of your employees to help boost productivity
  • Identifies user proficiency levels
  • Aids in screening potential employees and contracts
  • Quantifies the effectiveness of your training investment
  • Facilitates effective use of technical employees
  • Contributes to an employee's personal development program

 

What should I expect during the certification examination?
  • There will be three timed sections. The entire certification will take approximately 4.5 hours. Online documentation will be available for the skill based sections but one must be careful not to waste too much of their time using it. There is approximately a half hour of orientation information before the examination begins.

 

What skills are tested?
  • See the Skill Requirements on the tabs above for a list of the functionality that may be tested.

 

How will the certification examination be graded?
  • An automatic grading program will be used. This program provides consistency as well as removes subjectivity of the grader

 

What percentage of answers need to be answered correctly in order to pass the test?
  • 70%

 

What option do I have if I do not pass the test? Can it be retaken? In what time period? Will the retest be the same test?
  • The test can be retaken. Since the certification fee will have to be paid again, there is no time constraint on the test taker. The same test will not be given the second time

 

What can I do to prepare?
  • As part of the NX Designer Certified Professional program, Siemens PLM Software developed an online pre-certification assessment tool that can be found on the Learning Advantage web site under assessments. There is no charge for this pre-certification assessment. This tool will help you evaluate your skills prior to the NX Designer Certified Professional examination

 

Are the questions on the assessment test the same as on the certification test?
  • No, however they deal with the same functionality

 

Are they similar?
  • What is similar to you may be very different to me. What I would say is that the assessment tool deals with knowledge base (memory) and skills base task. By working with the assessment tool, the user should be able to establish whether or not they are ready to take the certification test

 

Is the certification for a certain version of NX?
  • The NX Designer Certification is available in NX 10.0, NX 9.0, NX 8.5 and NX 7.5.

 

How does this tie into the Masters Certificate Program?
  • If you completed the courses of the Design Master Training Program and gained experience by developing the skills you were taught in those classes, you should have the expertise necessary to successfully complete the Designer Certification. Completing the Master Training Certificate program shows you have taken the correct classes - NX Designer Certified Professional certification proves you have the skills

NX Designer Certification Skill Requirements (NX 11.0)

 

  1. Modeling
    1. Coordinate Systems
      1. Absolute CSYS
      2. WCS
        1. Orienting
        2. Moving
        3. Rotating
    2. Reference Features
      1. Datum Planes
      2. Datum Axis
    3. Curve Creation
    4. Offset Curves (associative)
    5. Swept Features
      1. Extruded Body
      2. Revolved Body
      3. Sweep Along Guide
    6. Design Features
      1. Types
        1. Hole
          1. Locating in a sketch environment
        2. Hole Types
      2. Positioning Dimensions
    7. Trim Body/Split Body
    8. Expressions
      1. Create
      2. Edit
      3. Comments in expressions
      4. Conditional expressions
      5. Geometric expressions
      6. Renaming expressions
    9. Feature Operation
      1. Shell
      2. Edge blend
        1. Constant
        2. Variable
        3. Set Back
        4. Edit
      3. Chamfer
        1. Single offset
        2. Double offset
        3. Offset angle
      4. Offset Face
      5. Draft
        1. From Plane or Surface
        2. From Edges
        3. Tangent to Faces
        4. Parting Face
    10. Tools
      1. Model naviagator
      2. Layer category
    11. Edit Features
      1. Edit parameters
      2. Suppress/unsuppress
      3. Delete a feature
      4. Reorder
      5. Suppression by expression
    12. Boolean Operations
      1. Unite
      2. Subtract
      3. Intersect
    13. Duplicating Features
      1. Pattern Feature
        1. Linear
        2. Circular
        3. Reference
      2. Mirror geometry
      3. Mirror feature
  1. Sketching
    1. Creation
      1. Placement planes
    2. Constraining
      1. Geometric
      2. Dimensional
      3. Evaluate an overconstrained sketch
    3. Positioning the sketch
    4. Alternate solution
    5. Adding curves to a sketch
    6. Move a sketch to another layer
    7. Repositioning a sketch
    8. Pattern Curve
  2. Assemblies
    1. Bottom up design
    2. Top down design
    3. Interpart expressions
    4. Interpart modeling
      1. WAVE geometry linker
    5. Assembly load options
    6. Assembly navigator
    7. Assembly clearance analysis
    8. Positioning constraints
    9. Reposition components
    10. Pattern Component
      1. Linear
      2. Circular
    11. Reference Sets
      1. Creation
      2. Replacing reference sets in an assembly

 

NX Designer Certification Skill Requirements (NX 10.0)

 

  1. Modeling
    1. Coordinate Systems
      1. Absolute CSYS
      2. WCS
        1. Orienting
        2. Moving
        3. Rotating
    2. Reference Features
      1. Datum Planes
      2. Datum Axis
    3. Curve Creation
    4. Offset Curves (associative)
    5. Swept Features
      1. Extruded Body
      2. Revolved Body
      3. Sweep Along Guide
    6. Design Features
      1. Types
        1. Hole
          1. Locating in a sketch environment
        2. Hole Types
      2. Positioning Dimensions
    7. Trim Body/Split Body
    8. Expressions
      1. Create
      2. Edit
      3. Comments in expressions
      4. Conditional expressions
      5. Geometric expressions
      6. Renaming expressions
    9. Feature Operation
      1. Shell
      2. Edge blend
        1. Constant
        2. Variable
        3. Set Back
        4. Edit
      3. Chamfer
        1. Single offset
        2. Double offset
        3. Offset angle
      4. Offset Face
      5. Draft
        1. From Plane or Surface
        2. From Edges
        3. Tangent to Faces
        4. Parting Face
    10. Tools
      1. Model naviagator
      2. Layer category
    11. Edit Features
      1. Edit parameters
      2. Suppress/unsuppress
      3. Delete a feature
      4. Reorder
      5. Suppression by expression
    12. Boolean Operations
      1. Unite
      2. Subtract
      3. Intersect
    13. Duplicating Features
      1. Pattern Feature
        1. Linear
        2. Circular
        3. Reference
      2. Mirror geometry
      3. Mirror feature
  1. Sketching
    1. Creation
      1. Placement planes
    2. Constraining
      1. Geometric
      2. Dimensional
      3. Evaluate an overconstrained sketch
    3. Positioning the sketch
    4. Alternate solution
    5. Adding curves to a sketch
    6. Move a sketch to another layer
    7. Repositioning a sketch
    8. Pattern Curve
  2. Assemblies
    1. Bottom up design
    2. Top down design
    3. Interpart expressions
    4. Interpart modeling
      1. WAVE geometry linker
    5. Assembly load options
    6. Assembly navigator
    7. Assembly clearance analysis
    8. Positioning constraints
    9. Reposition components
    10. Pattern Component
      1. Linear
      2. Circular
    11. Reference Sets
      1. Creation
      2. Replacing reference sets in an assembly

 

NX Designer Certification Skill Requirements (NX 9.0)

 

  1. Modeling
    1. Coordinate Systems
      1. Absolute CSYS
      2. WCS
        1. Orienting
        2. Moving
        3. Rotating
    2. Reference Features
      1. Datum Planes
      2. Datum Axis
    3. Curve Creation
    4. Offset Curves (associative)
    5. Swept Features
      1. Extruded Body
      2. Revolved Body
      3. Sweep Along Guide
    6. Design Features
      1. Types
        1. Hole
          1. Locating in a sketch environment
        2. Hole Types
      2. Positioning Dimensions
    7. Trim Body/Split Body
    8. Expressions
      1. Create
      2. Edit
      3. Comments in expressions
      4. Conditional expressions
      5. Geometric expressions
      6. Renaming expressions
    9. Feature Operation
      1. Shell
      2. Edge blend
        1. Constant
        2. Variable
        3. Set Back
        4. Edit
      3. Chamfer
        1. Single offset
        2. Double offset
        3. Offset angle
      4. Offset Face
      5. Draft
        1. From Plane or Surface
        2. From Edges
        3. Tangent to Faces
        4. Parting Face
    10. Tools
      1. Model naviagator
      2. Layer category
    11. Edit Features
      1. Edit parameters
      2. Suppress/unsuppress
      3. Delete a feature
      4. Reorder
      5. Suppression by expression
    12. Boolean Operations
      1. Unite
      2. Subtract
      3. Intersect
    13. Duplicating Features
      1. Pattern Feature
        1. Linear
        2. Circular
        3. Reference
      2. Mirror geometry
      3. Mirror feature
  1. Sketching
    1. Creation
      1. Placement planes
    2. Constraining
      1. Geometric
      2. Dimensional
      3. Evaluate an overconstrained sketch
    3. Positioning the sketch
    4. Alternate solution
    5. Adding curves to a sketch
    6. Move a sketch to another layer
    7. Repositioning a sketch
    8. Pattern Curve
  2. Assemblies
    1. Bottom up design
    2. Top down design
    3. Interpart expressions
    4. Interpart modeling
      1. WAVE geometry linker
    5. Assembly load options
    6. Assembly navigator
    7. Assembly clearance analysis
    8. Positioning constraints
    9. Reposition components
    10. Pattern Component
      1. Linear
      2. Circular
    11. Reference Sets
      1. Creation
      2. Replacing reference sets in an assembly

 

NX Designer Certification Skill Requirements (NX 8.5)

 

  1. Modeling
    1. Coordinate Systems
      1. Absolute CSYS
      2. WCS
        1. Orienting
        2. Moving
        3. Rotating
    2. Reference Features
      1. Datum Planes
      2. Datum Axis
    3. Curve Creation
    4. Offset Curves (associative)
    5. Swept Features
      1. Extruded Body
      2. Revolved Body
      3. Sweep Along Guide
    6. Design Features
      1. Types
        1. Hole
          1. Locating in a sketch environment
        2. Hole Types
      2. Positioning Dimensions
    7. Trim Body/Split Body
    8. Expressions
      1. Create
      2. Edit
      3. Comments in expressions
      4. Conditional expressions
      5. Geometric expressions
      6. Renaming expressions
    9. Feature Operation
      1. Shell
      2. Edge blend
        1. Constant
        2. Variable
        3. Set Back
        4. Edit
      3. Chamfer
        1. Single offset
        2. Double offset
        3. Offset angle
      4. Offset Face
      5. Draft
        1. From Plane or Surface
        2. From Edges
        3. Tangent to Faces
        4. Parting Face
    10. Tools
      1. Model naviagator
      2. Layer category
    11. Edit Features
      1. Edit parameters
      2. Suppress/unsuppress
      3. Delete a feature
      4. Reorder
      5. Suppression by expression
    12. Boolean Operations
      1. Unite
      2. Subtract
      3. Intersect
    13. Duplicating Features
      1. Instance arrays
        1. Rectangular require move/reorient of WCS
        2. Circular
        3. Mirror body
        4. Mirror feature
      2. Copy/paste feature
  1. Sketching
    1. Creation
      1. Placement planes
    2. Constraining
      1. Geometric
      2. Dimensional
      3. Evaluate an overconstrained sketch
    3. Positioning the sketch
    4. Alternate solution
    5. Adding curves to a sketch
    6. Move a sketch to another layer
    7. Repositioning a sketch
    8. Pattern Curve
  2. Assemblies
    1. Bottom up design
    2. Top down design
    3. Interpart expressions
    4. Interpart modeling
      1. WAVE geometry linker
    5. Assembly load options
    6. Assembly navigator
    7. Assembly clearance analysis
    8. Positioning constraints
    9. Reposition components
    10. Component arrays
      1. Linear
      2. Circular
    11. Reference Sets
      1. Creation
      2. Replacing reference sets in an assembly

 

NX Designer Certification Skill Requirements (NX 7.5)

 

  1. Modeling
    1. Coordinate Systems
      1. Absolute CSYS
      2. WCS
        1. Orienting
        2. Moving
        3. Rotating
    2. Reference Features
      1. Datum Planes
      2. Datum Axis
    3. Curve Creation
    4. Offset Curves (associative)
    5. Swept Features
      1. Extruded Body
      2. Revolved Body
      3. Sweep Along Guide
    6. Design Features
      1. Types
        1. Hole
          1. Locating in a sketch environment
        2. Hole Types
      2. Positioning Dimensions
    7. Trim Body/Split Body
    8. Expressions
      1. Create
      2. Edit
      3. Comments in expressions
      4. Conditional expressions
      5. Geometric expressions
      6. Renaming expressions
    9. Feature Operation
      1. Shell
      2. Edge blend
        1. Constant
        2. Variable
        3. Set Back
        4. Edit
      3. Chamfer
        1. Single offset
        2. Double offset
        3. Offset angle
      4. Offset Face
      5. Draft
    10. Tools
      1. Model naviagator
      2. Layer category
    11. Edit Features
      1. Edit parameters
      2. Suppress/unsuppress
      3. Delete a feature
      4. Reorder
      5. Suppression by expression
    12. Boolean Operations
      1. Unite
      2. Subtract
      3. Intersect
    13. Duplicating Features
      1. Instance arrays
        1. Rectangular require move/reorient of WCS
        2. Circular
        3. Mirror body
        4. Mirror feature
      2. Copy/paste feature
  1. Sketching
    1. Creation
      1. Placement planes
    2. Constraining
      1. Geometric
      2. Dimensional
      3. Evaluate an overconstrained sketch
    3. Positioning the sketch
    4. Alternate solution
    5. Adding curves to a sketch
    6. Move a sketch to another layer
    7. Repositioning a sketch
    8. Pattern Curve
  2. Assemblies
    1. Bottom up design
    2. Top down design
    3. Interpart expressions
    4. Interpart modeling
      1. WAVE geometry linker
    5. Assembly load options
    6. Assembly navigator
    7. Assembly clearance analysis
    8. Positioning constraints
    9. Reposition components
    10. Component arrays
      1. Linear
      2. Circular
    11. Reference Sets
      1. Creation
      2. Replacing reference sets in an assembly

 

Teamcenter Certification

The Teamcenter certification is a measurement of an individual's basic understanding and application of Teamcenter in the areas of Usage, Installation and Administration. The certification will be executed online and can be taken in most Siemens PLM Software facilities where a Siemens employee will act as proctor.

 

Certification sessions

The certification will be executed online and can be taken in most Siemens PLM Software facilities where a Siemens employee will act as proctor. The Teamcenter Certification is conducted in half-day sessions.

For more information: Certification Description

 

Preparing for certification

As part of the Teamcenter Certification program, Siemens PLM Software Education Services has developed an online pre-certification advisor that can found on our Learning Advantage web site. Expand the Advisors and Certifications section, click the Advisors tab, click Teamcenter, and then click the desired Teamcenter version to see the pre-certification advisor. There is no charge for this pre-certification advisor. This advisor will help you evaluate your skills prior to taking the Teamcenter Certified Professional examination.

Teamcenter Certification FAQ

 

What is Teamcenter certification?
  • Teamcenter Certification is a measurement of an individual's basic understanding and application of Teamcenter in the areas of Usage, Installation and Administration.

 

What are the benefits of Teamcenter Certification?
To the professional it means...
  • Establishes proof that you have the basic skills and knowledge to use Teamcenter in preparation for a production environment
  • Formally documents your Teamcenter qualifications
  • Increases your worth to your company
  • Facilitates career development and advancement
  • Facilitates career development and advancement
To the company it means...
  • Increases the proficiency of your employees to help boost productivity
  • Identifies basic Teamcenter proficiency levels
  • Aids in screening potential employees and contracts
  • Quantifies the effectiveness of your training investment
  • Facilitates effective use of technical employees
  • Contributes to an employee's personal development program

 

What should I expect during the certification examination?
  • There will be four sections to the test, all about 35 minutes long
  • The test will be executed online
  • Online documentation WILL NOT be available
  • Teamcenter WILL NOT be available
  • There is approximately a half hour of orientation information before the examination begins

 

What skills are tested?
  • See the Skill Requirements sections below for a list of the functionality that may be tested

 

How will the certification examination be graded?
  • An automatic grading program will be used. This program provides consistency as well as removes subjectivity of the grader

 

What percentage of answers need to be answered correctly in order to pass the test?
  • 70% in each of the areas of Usage, Installation, Data Model Administration, and Application Administration

 

What option do I have if I do not pass the test? Can it be retaken? In what time period? Will the retest be the same test?
  • The test can be retaken. Since the certification fee will have to be paid again, there is no time constraint on the test taker

 

What can I do to prepare?
  • As part of the Teamcenter Certification program, Siemens Education Services developed pre-certification advisor that can be found on the Learning Advantage web site under Advisors. There is no charge for these pre-course assessments and they will help assess your skills and knowledge prior to the Teamcenter Certification
  • Reinforce skills by doing activities from skills requirements list
  • Take courses

 

Are the questions on the pre-certification advisor the same as on the certification test?
  • No, however they deal with the same functionality

 

Are they similar?
  • What is similar to you may be very different to me. What I would say is that the assessment tool deals with knowledge base (memory) and skills base tasks. By working with the assessment tool, the user should be able to establish whether or not they are ready to take the certification test

 

Is the certification for a certain version of Teamcenter?
  • Certifications will sometimes span multiple releases. For example, Teamcenter Certification will be acceptable for future releases of Teamcenter

 

Teamcenter 11.2 Certification Skill Requirements

 

  1. Usage
    1. Teamcenter Basics
      1. Working in the rich client interface
      2. Using My Teamcenter
      3. Organizing your Teamcenter data
      4. Performing searches
      5. Comparing search results
      6. Referencing database objects
      7. Working in groups and roles
      8. Adjusting user settings
      9. Viewing data access permissions
      10. Creating items and datasets
      11. Working with dataset versions
      12. Using check-in and check-out
      13. Using the Relation Browser perspective
      14. Working in projects
      15. Assigning objects to projects
      16. Classifying data
      17. Understanding a classification hierarchy
    2. Using Structure Editor
      1. View an assembly structure in Structure Editor
      2. Use revision rules to configure product structure
      3. Differentiate between precise and imprecise structures
      4. Build and modify product structures
      5. Create a substitute assembly component
      6. Clone a product structure
      7. Compare product structures
      8. Understanding modular variants
    3. Working with visualization data (2D & 3D)
      1. Locate and view visualization data
      2. Working with parts in the Teamcenter embedded viewer
    4. Using Workflow
      1. Initiate a workflow process
      2. Select signoff teams
      3. Use resource pools
      4. Access assigned workflow tasks
      5. Perform assigned workflow tasks
      6. Track the status of a workflow process
    5. Change Management
      1. Understand change objects
      2. Create supersedures
      3. View supersedure data
      4. Set and view effectivity
  1. Installation
    1. Teamcenter architecture
      1. Two-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
      2. Four-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
    2. Licensing
      1. Named user licensing
      2. Installation
    3. Corporate Server
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. TC_ROOT
      3. TC_DATA
    4. FMS
      1. FMS servers:
        • Configuration server
        • Volume server
        • Performance cache server
      2. Server and client caches
      3. FMS master
      4. Volumes
      5. Utilities
        • clearlocks
        • backup_xmlinfo
        • fcstat
    5. Two-tier client
      1. Installation
      2. Purpose and location of TcServer
      3. Launching
    6. J2EE Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. TreeCache Peers
      3. Web tier creation using Web Application Manager
      4. Web tier deployment on J2EE Web app server
    7. .NET Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. Web tier creation using TEM
      3. Web tier deployment on IIS
    8. Four-tier rich client
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. Installation using the Over-the-Web Installer:
        • Web Applcation Manager
        • Distribution server
        • Disribution server instance
    9. BMIDE
      1. Installation
      2. Memory allocation
  1. Data Model Administration
    1. Business Modeler IDE
      1. Start the Business Modeler IDE
      2. Create a project in the Business Modeler IDE
      3. Describe the Business Modeler IDE prefix guidelines
      4. Describe the project files and file locations
      5. Add a server profile preference to connect to the Teamcenter server
      6. Define the difference between commercial off the shelf (COTS) and custom templates
      7. Describe and perform the basic Business Modeler IDE process
    2. Teamcenter data model
      1. Define business objects and classes
      2. Find and create business objects
      3. Identify key objects and classes
      4. Define a UML diagram
      5. Open a class or business object in the UML editor
    3. Business Objects
      1. Define business objects and properties
      2. Define business object icon
      3. Define and create item business objects
      4. Define and create relation business objects
      5. Define and create forms business objects
      6. Modify and hide the properties of a form
      7. Define and create datasets and tools
      8. Deploy new business objects and properties
    4. Lists of values
      1. Describe list of values (LOV)
      2. Describe different types of LOVs
      3. Create, modify and delete list of values
      4. Add, remove and clear values from LOV
      5. Attach LOV to a business object property
      6. Create a cascading LOV
      7. Create an interdependent LOV
      8. Create an externally managed LOV
    5. Options and Constants
      1. Define options
      2. Define and create notes, statuses, and units of measure
      3. Add options to the data model
      4. Describe constants
      5. Describe global constants
      6. Describe business object constants
      7. Describe and create property constants
    6. Rules
      1. Describe rules
      2. Describe and create business object display rules
      3. Describe and create Generic Relationship Management (GRM) rules
      4. Describe and create naming rules
      5. Describe ID context rules
      6. Describe and create compound property rules
      7. Describe and create deep copy rules
      8. Describe extension rules
    7. Packaged templates
      1. Package extensions into a solution template
      2. Add extensions to a template
      3. Import a template project
      4. Import a model file
    8. Business Modeler IDE reports
      1. Run a data model report
      2. Compare two data models
    9. Data model live updates
      1. Update LOV with live updates
      2. Merge live update with standard template
  1. Application Administration
    1. Query Builder definitions
      1. Define query definitions basic concepts
      2. Create and modify query definitions
      3. Limit user access to query definitions
      4. Import and export query definitions
    2. Organization hierarchy
      1. Define the organization hierarchy
      2. Define administrative privileges
      3. Set up Teamcenter accounts manually
      4. Manage the organization hierarchy
      5. Set up Teamcenter organization from a utility
      6. Identify priveleges for administrator accounts
      7. Import and export the organization
      8. Define how to deactivate a Teamcenter account
      9. Search the organization
    3. Preference management
      1. Define preferences
      2. Identify key preference precedence
      3. Identify key Teamcenter preferences
      4. Run preference reports
      5. Modify preferences
      6. Import and export preferences
    4. Access Manager
      1. Describe the rule tree components
      2. Identify the order rule tree branches are processed
      3. Describe and identify rule tree conditions
      4. Describe the acccessors and privleges
      5. Define an access control list (ACL)
      6. Add a branch to the rule tree for user access privledges
      7. Import and export the Access Manager rule tree
    5. Projects to control access
      1. Define and create projects
      2. Add team members to projects
      3. Assign priviledges to team members
      4. Describe project access priviledges
      5. Assign objects to projects
    6. Workflow process modeling
      1. Define Workflow process templates
      2. Identify the Workflow task templates
      3. Describe what Workflow task templates do
      4. Define task branching within Workflow process templates
      5. Describe Workflow handlers and access control lists (ACLs)
      6. Create Workflow process templates with handlers
      7. Define a Workflow process to release data
      8. Define a review Workflow process
      9. Define a conditional Workflow process
      10. Import and export process templates
      11. Assign Workflow templates to users and groups

 

Teamcenter 10.1 Certification Skill Requirements

 

  1. Usage
    1. Teamcenter Basics
      1. Working in the rich client interface
      2. Using My Teamcenter
      3. Organizing your Teamcenter data
      4. Performing searches
      5. Comparing search results
      6. Referencing database objects
      7. Working in groups and roles
      8. Adjusting user settings
      9. Viewing data access permissions
      10. Creating items and datasets
      11. Working with dataset versions
      12. Using check-in and check-out
      13. Using the Relation Browser perspective
      14. Working in projects
      15. Assigning objects to projects
      16. Classifying data
      17. Understanding a classification hierarchy
    2. Using Structure Editor
      1. View an assembly structure in Structure Editor
      2. Use revision rules to configure product structure
      3. Differentiate between precise and imprecise structures
      4. Build and modify product structures
      5. Create a substitute assembly component
      6. Clone a product structure
      7. Compare product structures
      8. Understanding modular variants
    3. Working with visualization data (2D & 3D)
      1. Locate and view visualization data
      2. Working with parts in the Teamcenter embedded viewer
    4. Using Workflow
      1. Initiate a workflow process
      2. Select signoff teams
      3. Use resource pools
      4. Access assigned workflow tasks
      5. Perform assigned workflow tasks
      6. Track the status of a workflow process
    5. Change Management
      1. Understand change objects
      2. Create supersedures
      3. View supersedure data
      4. Set and view effectivity
  1. Installation
    1. Teamcenter architecture
      1. Two-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
      2. Four-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
    2. Licensing
      1. Named user licensing
      2. Installation
    3. Corporate Server
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. TC_ROOT
      3. TC_DATA
    4. FMS
      1. FMS servers:
        • Configuration server
        • Volume server
        • Performance cache server
      2. Server and client caches
      3. FMS master
      4. Volumes
      5. Utilities
        • clearlocks
        • backup_xmlinfo
        • fcstat
    5. Two-tier client
      1. Installation
      2. Purpose and location of TcServer
      3. Launching
    6. J2EE Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. TreeCache Peers
      3. Web tier creation using Web Application Manager
      4. Web tier deployment on J2EE Web app server
    7. .NET Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. Web tier creation using TEM
      3. Web tier deployment on IIS
    8. Four-tier rich client
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. Installation using the Over-the-Web Installer:
        • Web Applcation Manager
        • Distribution server
        • Disribution server instance
    9. BMIDE
      1. Installation
      2. Memory allocation
  1. Data Model Administration
    1. Business Modeler IDE
      1. Start the Business Modeler IDE
      2. Create a project in the Business Modeler IDE
      3. Describe the Business Modeler IDE prefix guidelines
      4. Describe the project files and file locations
      5. Add a server profile preference to connect to the Teamcenter server
      6. Define the difference between commercial off the shelf (COTS) and custom templates
      7. Describe and perform the basic Business Modeler IDE process
    2. Teamcenter data model
      1. Define business objects and classes
      2. Find and create business objects
      3. Identify key objects and classes
      4. Define a UML diagram
      5. Open a class or business object in the UML editor
    3. Business Objects
      1. Define business objects and properties
      2. Define business object icon
      3. Define and create item business objects
      4. Define and create relation business objects
      5. Define and create forms business objects
      6. Modify and hide the properties of a form
      7. Define and create datasets and tools
      8. Deploy new business objects and properties
    4. Lists of values
      1. Describe list of values (LOV)
      2. Describe different types of LOVs
      3. Create, modify and delete list of values
      4. Add, remove and clear values from LOV
      5. Attach LOV to a business object property
      6. Create a cascading LOV
      7. Create an interdependent LOV
      8. Create an externally managed LOV
    5. Options and Constants
      1. Define options
      2. Define and create notes, statuses, and units of measure
      3. Add options to the data model
      4. Describe constants
      5. Describe global constants
      6. Describe business object constants
      7. Describe and create property constants
    6. Rules
      1. Describe rules
      2. Describe and create business object display rules
      3. Describe and create Generic Relationship Management (GRM) rules
      4. Describe and create naming rules
      5. Describe ID context rules
      6. Describe and create compound property rules
      7. Describe and create deep copy rules
      8. Describe extension rules
    7. Packaged templates
      1. Package extensions into a solution template
      2. Add extensions to a template
      3. Import a template project
      4. Import a model file
    8. Business Modeler IDE reports
      1. Run a data model report
      2. Compare two data models
    9. Data model live updates
      1. Update LOV with live updates
      2. Merge live update with standard template
  1. Application Administration
    1. Query Builder definitions
      1. Define query definitions basic concepts
      2. Create and modify query definitions
      3. Limit user access to query definitions
      4. Import and export query definitions
    2. Organization hierarchy
      1. Define the organization hierarchy
      2. Define administrative privileges
      3. Set up Teamcenter accounts manually
      4. Manage the organization hierarchy
      5. Set up Teamcenter organization from a utility
      6. Identify priveleges for administrator accounts
      7. Import and export the organization
      8. Define how to deactivate a Teamcenter account
      9. Search the organization
    3. Preference management
      1. Define preferences
      2. Identify key preference precedence
      3. Identify key Teamcenter preferences
      4. Run preference reports
      5. Modify preferences
      6. Import and export preferences
    4. Access Manager
      1. Describe the rule tree components
      2. Identify the order rule tree branches are processed
      3. Describe and identify rule tree conditions
      4. Describe the acccessors and privleges
      5. Define an access control list (ACL)
      6. Add a branch to the rule tree for user access privledges
      7. Import and export the Access Manager rule tree
    5. Projects to control access
      1. Define and create projects
      2. Add team members to projects
      3. Assign priviledges to team members
      4. Describe project access priviledges
      5. Assign objects to projects
    6. Workflow process modeling
      1. Define Workflow process templates
      2. Identify the Workflow task templates
      3. Describe what Workflow task templates do
      4. Define task branching within Workflow process templates
      5. Describe Workflow handlers and access control lists (ACLs)
      6. Create Workflow process templates with handlers
      7. Define a Workflow process to release data
      8. Define a review Workflow process
      9. Define a conditional Workflow process
      10. Import and export process templates
      11. Deploy Workflow templates to users and groups

 

Teamcenter 9.1 Certification Skill Requirements

 

  1. Usage
    1. Teamcenter Basics
      1. Working in the rich client interface
      2. Using My Teamcenter
      3. Organizing your Teamcenter data
      4. Performing searches
      5. Comparing search results
      6. Referencing database objects
      7. Working in groups and roles
      8. Adjusting user settings
      9. Viewing data access permissions
      10. Creating items and datasets
      11. Working with dataset versions
      12. Using check-in and check-out
      13. Using the Relation Browser perspective
      14. Working in projects
      15. Assigning objects to projects
      16. Classifying data
      17. Understanding a classification hierarchy
    2. Using Structure Editor
      1. View an assembly structure in Structure Editor
      2. Use revision rules to configure product structure
      3. Differentiate between precise and imprecise structures
      4. Build and modify product structures
      5. Create a substitute assembly component
      6. Clone a product structure
      7. Compare product structures
      8. Understanding modular variants
    3. Working with visualization data (2D & 3D)
      1. Locate and view visualization data
      2. Working with parts in the Teamcenter embedded viewer
    4. Using Workflow
      1. Initiate a workflow process
      2. Select signoff teams
      3. Use resource pools
      4. Access assigned workflow tasks
      5. Perform assigned workflow tasks
      6. Track the status of a workflow process
    5. Change Management
      1. Understand change objects
      2. Create supersedures
      3. View supersedure data
      4. Set and view effectivity
  1. Installation
    1. Teamcenter architecture
      1. Two-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
      2. Four-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
    2. Licensing
      1. Named user licensing
      2. Installation
    3. Corporate Server
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. TC_ROOT
      3. TC_DATA
    4. FMS
      1. FMS servers:
        • Configuration server
        • Volume server
        • Performance cache server
      2. Server and client caches
      3. FMS master
      4. Volumes
      5. Utilities
        • clearlocks
        • backup_xmlinfo
        • fcstat
    5. Two-tier client
      1. Installation
      2. Purpose and location of TcServer
      3. Launching
    6. J2EE Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. TreeCache Peers
      3. Web tier creation using Web Application Manager
      4. Web tier deployment on J2EE Web app server
    7. .NET Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. Web tier creation using TEM
      3. Web tier deployment on IIS
    8. Four-tier rich client
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. Installation using the Over-the-Web Installer:
        • Web Applcation Manager
        • Distribution server
        • Disribution server instance
    9. BMIDE
      1. Installation
      2. Memory allocation
  1. Data Model Administration
    1. Business Modeler IDE
      1. Start the Business Modeler IDE
      2. Create a project in the Business Modeler IDE
      3. Describe the Business Modeler IDE prefix guidelines
      4. Describe the project files and file locations
      5. Add a server profile preference to connect to the Teamcenter server
      6. Define the difference between commercial off the shelf (COTS) and custom templates
      7. Describe and perform the basic Business Modeler IDE process
    2. Teamcenter data model
      1. Define business objects and classes
      2. Find and create business objects
      3. Identify key objects and classes
      4. Define a UML diagram
      5. Open a class or business object in the UML editor
    3. Business Objects
      1. Define business objects and properties
      2. Define business object icon
      3. Define and create item business objects
      4. Define and create relation business objects
      5. Define and create forms business objects
      6. Modify and hide the properties of a form
      7. Define and create datasets and tools
      8. Deploy new business objects and properties
    4. Lists of values
      1. Describe list of values (LOV)
      2. Describe different types of LOVs
      3. Create, modify and delete list of values
      4. Add, remove and clear values from LOV
      5. Attach LOV to a business object property
      6. Create a cascading LOV
      7. Create an interdependent LOV
      8. Create an externally managed LOV
    5. Options and Constants
      1. Define options
      2. Define and create notes, statuses, and units of measure
      3. Add options to the data model
      4. Describe constants
      5. Describe global constants
      6. Describe business object constants
      7. Describe and create property constants
    6. Rules
      1. Describe rules
      2. Describe and create business object display rules
      3. Describe and create Generic Relationship Management (GRM) rules
      4. Describe and create naming rules
      5. Describe ID context rules
      6. Describe and create compound property rules
      7. Describe and create deep copy rules
      8. Describe extension rules
    7. Packaged templates
      1. Package extensions into a solution template
      2. Add extensions to a template
      3. Import a template project
      4. Import a model file
    8. Business Modeler IDE reports
      1. Run a data model report
      2. Compare two data models
    9. Data model live updates
      1. Update LOV with live updates
      2. Merge live update with standard template
  1. Application Administration
    1. Query Builder definitions
      1. Define query definitions basic concepts
      2. Create and modify query definitions
      3. Limit user access to query definitions
      4. Import and export query definitions
    2. Organization hierarchy
      1. Define the organization hierarchy
      2. Define administrative privileges
      3. Set up Teamcenter accounts manually
      4. Manage the organization hierarchy
      5. Set up Teamcenter organization from a utility
      6. Identify priveleges for administrator accounts
      7. Import and export the organization
      8. Define how to deactivate a Teamcenter account
      9. Search the organization
    3. Preference management
      1. Define preferences
      2. Identify key preference precedence
      3. Identify key Teamcenter preferences
      4. Run preference reports
      5. Modify preferences
      6. Import and export preferences
    4. Access Manager
      1. Describe the rule tree components
      2. Identify the order rule tree branches are processed
      3. Describe and identify rule tree conditions
      4. Describe the acccessors and privleges
      5. Define an access control list (ACL)
      6. Add a branch to the rule tree for user access privledges
      7. Import and export the Access Manager rule tree
    5. Projects to control access
      1. Define and create projects
      2. Add team members to projects
      3. Assign priviledges to team members
      4. Describe project access priviledges
      5. Assign objects to projects
    6. Workflow process modeling
      1. Define Workflow process templates
      2. Identify the Workflow task templates
      3. Describe what Workflow task templates do
      4. Define task branching within Workflow process templates
      5. Describe Workflow handlers and access control lists (ACLs)
      6. Create Workflow process templates with handlers
      7. Define a Workflow process to release data
      8. Define a review Workflow process
      9. Define a conditional Workflow process
      10. Import and export process templates
      11. Deploy Workflow templates to users and groups

 

Teamcenter 8.3 Certification Skill Requirements

 

  1. Usage
    1. Teamcenter Basics
      1. Working in the rich client interface
      2. Using My Teamcenter
      3. Organizing your Teamcenter data
      4. Performing searches
      5. Comparing search results
      6. Referencing database objects
      7. Working in groups and roles
      8. Adjusting user settings
      9. Viewing data access permissions
      10. Creating items and datasets
      11. Working with dataset versions
      12. Using check-in and check-out
      13. Using the Relation Browser perspective
      14. Working in projects
      15. Assigning objects to projects
      16. Classifying data
      17. Understanding a classification hierarchy
    2. Using Structure Editor
      1. View an assembly structure in Structure Editor
      2. Use revision rules to configure product structure
      3. Differentiate between precise and imprecise structures
      4. Build and modify product structures
      5. Create a substitute assembly component
      6. Clone a product structure
      7. Compare product structures
      8. Understanding modular variants
    3. Working with visualization data (2D & 3D)
      1. Locate and view visualization data
      2. Working with parts in the Teamcenter embedded viewer
    4. Using Workflow
      1. Initiate a workflow process
      2. Select signoff teams
      3. Use resource pools
      4. Access assigned workflow tasks
      5. Perform assigned workflow tasks
      6. Track the status of a workflow process
    5. Change Management
      1. Understand change objects
      2. Create supersedures
      3. View supersedure data
      4. Set and view effectivity
  1. Installation
    1. Teamcenter architecture
      1. Two-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
      2. Four-tier
        • Definition of each tier
        • Available clients
    2. Licensing
      1. Named user licensing
      2. Installation
    3. Corporate Server
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. TC_ROOT
      3. TC_DATA
    4. FMS
      1. FMS servers:
        • Configuration server
        • Volume server
        • Performance cache server
      2. Server and client caches
      3. FMS master
      4. Volumes
      5. Utilities
        • clearlocks
        • backup_xmlinfo
        • fcstat
    5. Two-tier client
      1. Installation
      2. Purpose and location of TcServer
      3. Launching
    6. J2EE Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. TreeCache Peers
      3. Web tier creation using Web Application Manager
      4. Web tier deployment on J2EE Web app server
    7. .NET Web tier
      1. Server manager
      2. Web tier creation using TEM
      3. Web tier deployment on IIS
    8. Four-tier rich client
      1. Installation using TEM
      2. Installation using the Over-the-Web Installer:
        • Web Applcation Manager
        • Distribution server
        • Disribution server instance
    9. BMIDE
      1. Installation
      2. Memory allocation
  1. Data Model Administration
    1. Business Modeler IDE
      1. Start the Business Modeler IDE
      2. Create a project in the Business Modeler IDE
      3. Describe the Business Modeler IDE prefix guidelines
      4. Describe the project files and file locations
      5. Add a server profile preference to connect to the Teamcenter server
      6. Define the difference between commercial off the shelf (COTS) and custom templates
      7. Describe and perform the basic Business Modeler IDE process
    2. Teamcenter data model
      1. Define business objects and classes
      2. Find and create business objects
      3. Identify key objects and classes
      4. Define a UML diagram
      5. Open a class or business object in the UML editor
    3. Business Objects
      1. Define business objects and properties
      2. Define and create item business objects
      3. Define and create relation business objects
      4. Define and create forms business objects
      5. Modify and hide the properties of a form
      6. Define and create datasets and tools
      7. Deploy new business objects and properties
    4. Lists of values
      1. Describe list of values (LOV)
      2. Describe different types of LOVs
      3. Create, modify and delete list of values
      4. Add, remove and clear values from LOV
      5. Attach LOV to a business object property
      6. Create a cascading LOV
      7. Create an interdependent LOV
    5. Options and Constants
      1. Define options
      2. Define and create notes, statuses, and units of measure
      3. Add options to the data model
      4. Describe constants
      5. Describe global constants
      6. Describe business object constants
      7. Describe and create property constants
    6. Rules
      1. Describe rules
      2. Describe and create business object display rules
      3. Describe and create Generic Relationship Management (GRM) rules
      4. Describe and create naming rules
      5. Describe ID context rules
      6. Describe and create compound property rules
      7. Describe and create deep copy rules
      8. Describe extension rules
    7. Packaged templates
      1. Package extensions into a solution template
      2. Add extensions to a template
      3. Import a template project
      4. Import a model file
  1. Application Administration
    1. Query Builder definitions
      1. Define query definitions basic concepts
      2. Create and modify query definitions
      3. Limit user access to query definitions
      4. Import and export query definitions
    2. Organization hierarchy
      1. Define the organization hierarchy
      2. Define administrative privileges
      3. Set up Teamcenter accounts manually
      4. Manage the organization hierarchy
      5. Set up Teamcenter organization from a utility
      6. Identify priveleges for administrator accounts
      7. Import and export the organization
      8. Define how to deactivate a Teamcenter account
      9. Search the organization
    3. Preference management
      1. Define preferences
      2. Identify key preference precedence
      3. Identify key Teamcenter preferences
      4. Run preference reports
      5. Modify preferences
      6. Import and export preferences
    4. Access Manager
      1. Describe the rule tree components
      2. Identify the order rule tree branches are processed
      3. Describe and identify rule tree conditions
      4. Describe the acccessors and privleges
      5. Define an access control list (ACL)
      6. Add a branch to the rule tree for user access privledges
      7. Import and export the Access Manager rule tree
    5. Projects to control access
      1. Define and create projects
      2. Add team members to projects
      3. Assign priviledges to team members
      4. Describe project access priviledges
      5. Assign objects to projects
    6. Workflow process modeling
      1. Define Workflow process templates
      2. Identify the Workflow task templates
      3. Describe what Workflow task templates do
      4. Define task branching within Workflow process templates
      5. Describe Workflow handlers and access control lists (ACLs)
      6. Create Workflow process templates with handlers
      7. Define a Workflow process to release data
      8. Define a review Workflow process
      9. Define a conditional Workflow process
      10. Import and export process templates
      11. Deploy Workflow templates to users and groups

 

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