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Certification journey for Adobe Workfront Core Developer Expert

This page provides information on how to attain this certification. It includes a description of the exam, study materials, step-by-step instructions on the certification process, and how to renew your certification.

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Exam description exam-description

Learn who should take this exam, what experience is recommended, and what subjects are covered on the exam.

Exam details exam-details

  • Level: Expert (1-3 years’ experience)
  • Passing Score: 35/50
  • Time: 100 mins
  • Delivery: Online proctored (requires camera access)
  • Available languages: English
  • Cost: $225 (global) / $150 (India)
  • Exam ID: AD0-E907

Intended audience intended-audience

  • Workfront System Administrators specializing in implementation, and new or updated instance configuration
  • Process designer/architect
  • Business analyst
  • Technical consultant
  • Configuration consultant

Minimum experience minimum-experience

You should have at least 18-24 months experience with Adobe Workfront, and should be able to:

  • Navigate the Workfront system, understanding where its functionality resides
  • Configure all aspects of the system
  • Discuss requirements with customers and translate those into a viable solution
  • Elicit and modify existing process for improvement in a collaborative way
  • Understand and apply the marketing and PMO uses cases
  • Recommend and create reports that support customer processes

Exam objectives and scope exam-objectives

This section provides information on the exam content.

Section 1: Core system administration and setup (17%)

  • Given a scenario, describe ways to effectively share permissions and access.
  • Given a scenario, identify when a group status versus a system status should be used.
  • Given a data set, demonstrate the capabilities of kickstarts.
  • Given a scenario, identify best practices for auto-provisioning users.
  • Given a scenario, demonstrate how Groups and Teams within a user’s profile can affect what can be seen or done within Workfront.
  • Given a scenario, recommend a Boards configuration to meet a custom requirement.
  • Given a scenario, identify best practices for group administration.

Section 2: Intake, custom forms, and project initiation (13%)

  • Given a scenario, identify the configuration areas needed to support the work allocations.
  • Given a scenario, identify how a value is passed to a project custom form.
  • Given a scenario, describe what must be done to address reporting and calculation errors.
  • Given a scenario, identify supporting elements that lend themselves to templates.
  • Given a scenario with multiple forms, determine actions to control access, visibility and dependency.
  • Given a scenario with calculated fields on multi-object forms, identify the correct formula.

Section 3: Strategic functionality: portfolio and program management, resource management (13%)

  • Given a scenario, define tools to capture changes in the project scope.
  • Given a scenario, create a view that identifies within a portfolio whether a project meets the average level of requisite criteria to be executed.
  • Given a scenario, describe ways to manage risk qualitatively or quantitatively.
  • Given a scenario, provide a mechanism to ensure the highest priority projects are set up to be resourced appropriately.
  • Given a scenario, provide a mechanism to ensure that projects are fully staffed by using Resource Management tools.
  • Given a scenario, use Resource Management tools to determine why a user is overallocated.

Section 4: Document management and proof (13%)

  • Given a scenario, demonstrate when to utilize document management versus proofing
  • Given a scenario, identify best practices for using the proofing viewer, settings, and markup functionality
  • Given a scenario, demonstrate how to edit and set permissions on a file
  • Given a scenario, demonstrate how to set up external document storage with security restrictions
  • Given a scenario, set up a connection to AEM as a Cloud Service or AEM Assets Essentials.

Section 5: Reporting (11%)

  • Given a scenario, describe ways to combine multiple columns of data into a single column.
  • Given a report or filter, demonstrate the merits of using wildcard values.
  • Identify how to report on parent-to-child relationships using native reporting.
  • Given a scenario, describe how reporting facilitates efficient execution of work.
  • Given a scenario, illustrate Workfront Reporting to monitor and improve user adoption.
  • Given a scenario, determine how a field type would render on a report. (Field types include: rich text, images, multi-select)

Section 6: Methodology / best practices / use cases (22%)

  • Given a scenario within Workfront, demonstrate functionality for setting up tracking of deliverables that are part of a single campaign.
  • Given a scenario within Workfront, demonstrate functionality around strategic prioritization and justification of work.
  • Given a scenario within Workfront, demonstrate functionality around financials, utilization, forecasting, billing rates/records
  • Given a scenario within Workfront, demonstrate functionality around setting up workflow and approvals.
  • Given a scenario, recommend a framework for governance around system administration when expanding a client’s instance.
  • Given a scenario, identify areas for consideration when expanding a client’s instance to enable additional teams to work together.
  • Given a scenario using Workfront Boards, identify native features to show progress.
  • Given a scenario, recommend a framework for governance around system and group administration.

Section 7: Business consulting (11%)

  • Given a scenario, describe the process needed to fully support effort of implementing Workfront in a cross-functional department.
  • Given a scenario, explain how to adapt an existing Workflow to meet a recent change in a critical, inflight business process.
  • Given a scenario, identify configuration settings that are most difficult to change to a given instance.
  • Given a scenario, identify the key considerations of change management for a Workfront implementation
  • Given a scenario where a client has multiple teams, provide a recommendation to increase efficiency.

Readiness questionnaire

This online readiness questionnaire is a self-assessment. It will help you gauge whether your current experience matches the recommended minimum candidate qualifications.

Take the online readiness questionnaire

How to get certified how-to-get-certified

These steps take you through the certification process from beginning to end.

Step 1: Create your account
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Government ID required: You MUST use a government-issued photo ID as your valid form of ID. Soft copies or digital IDs are not allowed.

Adobe ID account name: Your Adobe ID account name MUST match your name on your government ID. To update your Adobe ID account name, e-mail certif@adobe.com. Please request this correction 72 hours in advance. If the names do not match at the time of the exam, you will need to sign up for a new exam at an additional charge.

You must have an Adobe ID to schedule and take your exam. If you do not have an Adobe ID, you can create one here.

It is necessary to have an Adobe ID for three reasons:

  • You will need an Adobe ID to create and log in to your Adobe Credential Management System account. This is where you can view your certifications, exam history, exam scores, and additional information.
  • You must be logged in to the Adobe Credential Management System in order to create and log in to your Examity account. That is where you will schedule, pay for, and take your test.
  • You must be logged in to the Adobe Credential Management System to take practice tests on the Adobe Certification Exam Prep Portal.
Step 2: Prepare for your exam with these free study materials

Study Materials

You are not required to complete training before taking the exam, and training alone will not provide you with the knowledge and skills required to pass the exam. A combination of training and successful, on-the-job experience are critical to providing you with the repository needed to pass the exam.

Here are some suggested resources to help you prepare:

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Exam Prep Guide

The free Exam Prep Guide provides a tailored path through your exam prep process, including the materials you’ll need to be successful on your exam.

View Exam Prep Guide

Step 3: Schedule & pay for exam
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Exam delivery

Adobe uses a vendor called Examity to administer scheduled, proctored exams. All new certification exams are proctored. Renewal exams are on-demand and unproctored.

Schedule, reschedule, or cancel exam

To schedule, reschedule, or cancel your exam:

  1. First, log in to the Adobe Credential Management System with your Adobe ID.

  2. Then, go to the Examity portal and follow the instructions provided on screen.

Cancellations and rescheduling must be initiated 48 hours before the scheduled exam appointment. Candidates must modify this appointment themselves. Neither Adobe Support or exam vendors can process rescheduling and cancellation requests. Cancellations under 48 hours are subject to a rescheduling fee in addition to the exam fee.

How to pay

Pay by credit card: When you schedule your exam, you will be prompted to enter your credit card for payment.

Pay by voucher: To purchase an exam voucher go to: Adobe Certification Voucher Center. You can apply the voucher code when you schedule your exam. See below for voucher discount information.

Purchasing a voucher

You can pay for an exam with a voucher. To purchase an exam voucher go to the Adobe Certification Voucher Center.

You can apply the voucher code when you schedule your exam. See below for voucher discount information.

All candidates can receive a discount on bulk purchases of 10 or more exams when they purchase via the Adobe Certification Voucher Center.

For more information on vouchers, please see the FAQ.

Discounts

Bulk discounts are available:

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Quantity Discount
10-24 20%
25-49 25%
50+ 33%

Partner discounts: Bronze level Partners and above get discounts on all Adobe certification exams and classes. You can read more about these discounts and how to access partner benefits on the Solution Partner Portal.

Voucher discounts: All candidates can receive a discount on bulk purchases of 10 or more exams when they purchase via the Adobe Certification Voucher Center.

Note: Bulk discounts cannot be combined with any other offer or discount.

Step 4: Before and after the exam

Before exam day

  • Run your system test.
  • Make sure Zoom is installed on your computer. Zoom must have permission to use your camera and microphone, to share your screen, and to let your proctor take over your computer temporarily.
  • Turn off your pop-up blocker before starting the exam.
  • Double-check your time zone in your Examity profile by going to the Adobe Credential Management system, clicking on Schedule/Modify my Exam Appointment, selecting your exam, and going to your Examity profile.
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Government ID required: You MUST use a government-issued photo ID as your valid form of ID. Soft copies or digital IDs are not allowed.

Adobe ID account name: Your Adobe ID account name MUST match your name on your government ID. To update your Adobe ID account name, e-mail certif@adobe.com. Please request this correction 72 hours in advance. If the names do not match at the time of the exam, you will need to sign up for a new exam at an additional charge.

Day of exam

  • Be early! Your proctor will start your session precisely at your appointment start time, so allow time to log into Examity before your appointment.
  • Prepare your desk space. Remove any additional monitors, electronics, books, notebooks, papers, etc. from your desktop.
  • Plug in your computer.
  • Close all applications except the screen share and browser. Your proctor will direct you to open the task manager to show that no other applications are running.
  • Note: If you are disconnected, you will receive an email notification from Examity Support to assist with reconnecting. You also have the option to reach out to Examity support direct to reconnect.

After the exam

  • Upon completion of the exam, you will receive a provisional pass/fail; however, your final score can take up to 72 hours. Once the exam is reviewed and finalized, you will find the score card in Adobe Credential Management under the “History” tab.
  • If you fail an Adobe certification exam on your first attempt, you must wait at least 24 hours before retaking the exam. A failing grade on the second or any subsequent attempt requires a waiting period of 14 calendar days before retaking the exam. Each attempt will incur a separate exam fee.
Step 5: Take the exam

Adobe uses Examity to administer proctored exams online. In the Examity portal, you can:

  • Schedule, reschedule or cancel your exam. Please note that canceling and rescheduling must be initiated prior to 48 hours before the scheduled exam appointment. Candidates must modify this appointment themselves.

  • Pay for your exam. Pay for your certification exam either by voucher or credit card in the Examity portal. To purchase an exam voucher go to: Adobe Certification Voucher System. You can apply the voucher code when you schedule your exam. If you have a discount, it will apply at checkout.

  • Take your exam.

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Step 6: Manage your badges

Once you’ve passed your certification exam, you will receive an Adobe Experience Cloud digital badge from Credly, a provider of digital credentialing services.

Your badge serves as tangible evidence of your proficiency with Adobe Experience Cloud products. By displaying it on your social media profiles or resume, you can demonstrate your accomplishment to potential employers and clients and showcase your skills in these applications.

For existing users, there are two ways to accept your Adobe Certification badge:

  • Step 1: Sign into Credly. (You must use the same email that you used to earn your Adobe credential, or you will not see your badge.)
  • Step 2: Or go to the email you received from Credly to the accept the badge.
  • Step 3: Accept and share your badge.

For new users, follow the instructions below to accept your Adobe Certification badge:

  • Step 1: Go to the email you received from Credly to accept the badge.
  • Step 2: Create an account. (You must use the same email that you used to earn your Adobe credential, or you will not see your badge.)
  • Step 3: Accept and share your badge.

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Renewing your certification

Certifications expire after two years. To maintain your certification, you must renew it before it expires. Visit the Renew your certification page for more information.

Questions

View the certification FAQ.

Additional questions? Contact us.

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