TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator (TCCI)

The Certification Team defines the "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" as follows:

The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" develops the template for a website, configures all the necessary extensions and creates the access rights for backend users. The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" does not install TYPO3 on the webserver and does not program extensions. The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" knows how to configure the pre-installed TYPO3 using the installer. 

The integrator certification is valid for 36 months and is not tied to a specific branch anymore. 

Roadmap to glory

1. Know the syllabus
We've compiled educational objectives for each topic you need to know in order to get certified successfully. Get familiar with the syllabus and use it as a checklist while learning.

2. Dive into the topics
There are various resources available to get prepared properly. Most popular is the book from Patrick Lobacher, both available as e-book and paperback, in English.

3. Sign up
Our TCCI exam is delivered through Pearson Vue and can be taken worldwide. Check out the Exam enrollment page, it will guide you through the enrollment process and provides everything you need to know.

4. Take the exam
Be on time, drink enough beforehand, keep calm, sit down, and master it. Good luck! Once you have successfully completed the examination, you will will receive your certificate and be automatically listed on the TCCI Listing page.

5. Feedback (optional)
If you think we did a lousy job or you somehow had trouble with Pearson Vue, let us know by sending an email to certification(at)typo3(dot)org.

Validity of the TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator

Since September 1st, 2012 the TYPO3 certificate for the "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" expires 36 months after the issue date. The 36-month period ensures adequate security of investment for the Integrator and at the same time provides security for everyone who relies on the up-to-date nature of the certificate. With a time limit of three years the version restriction no longer applies, thus the certification does not have to be dependent upon version numbers. 

For more information about the regulations change read the related news article