Demonstrate your PK/PD expertise
Certara Professional Certification Courses are online accreditations of user competency and proficiency in analysis of PK/PD data using Certara software such as Phoenix WinNonlin, Phoenix NLME, and others.
Earning a Certara Professional Certification provides validation that the necessary skills to perform PK/PD analysis using the industry-leading software have been achieved. It expands your professional reach by demonstrating proficiency and expertise in PK/PD analysis. The end-of-course certification exams are conducted online at Certara University and can be taken anywhere you have Internet access.
How to Get Certara Certified
Demonstrate that you have the required skills to perform PK/PD analysis using industry-leading software. This certification will provide you with an advantage in your career, including:
- Demonstrating domain knowledge in the area of PK/PD analysis
- Ensuring qualification for performing a job or task – Gaining problem-solving skills
- Reducing time spent with support and increasing efficiency of tasks performed in Phoenix
- Expanding your professional reach with new credentials
Share your accomplishment with your certification badge
After earning a Certara Professional Certification, you will receive a digital badge that describes your qualifications. You can share your digital badge on various social media platforms, such as LinkedIn and Facebook.
Representing your credential as a badge gives you the ability to share online in a way that is simple, trusted, and can be easily verified in real time by colleagues and employers.
Join our Certification Directory
Certara maintains a public registry of Certara certified professionals on Credly’s Acclaim platform. This public registry lists the credentials of individuals who hold a current Certara Professional Certification.
This directory is a verification tool for employers and other professionals to confirm who holds a valid certification from Certara.
The Certara Professional Certification Program adheres to privacy laws and cannot release any information about an individual to a third party.