Licensing for K-12 classrooms, higher education campuses, and states
Our licensing options will help you stay ahead of the curve.
Choose the license that fits
K-12 Site License
With the Autodesk Certifications K-12 license, your school can conduct testing in one classroom with up to 30 computers. The affordable once-a-year fee makes it easy to budget all your tests. Because there is no per-test cost, your school can economically provide all the exams required to ensure student certification. Your costs are capped.
Best of all, this license requires only one approval per year. If you decide to cover the annual cost through student fees, the K-12 License can help you recover costs and ensure a sustainable program. It also enables you extend testing to your instructors as part of a professional development program.
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Higher Ed Campus License
This license caters to institutions of higher education. With the Autodesk Certifications Campus License, your institution can conduct testing in any class on campus. The affordable once-a-year fee makes it easy to budget for the number of products and number of students in your program.
Because there is no per-test cost, your school can economically provide all the exams required to ensure student certification. Your costs are capped. This license also enables you to extend testing to your instructors as part of a professional development program.
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Statewide Implementation License
Empower every student in your state with access to leading IT certifications. With a Statewide Implementation License, you will receive volume discounts on all of Certiport’s IT certification programs, curriculum, and practice test licenses.
Statewide agreements give all students equal access to the Autodesk Certifications. It includes free professional development for your educators.
The complete statewide package
When you invest in the Statewide Implementation License, Certiport goes all out for you. You get a dedicated project manager with ownership for overall state success and individual user experience; an in-person kickoff meeting; a weekly conference call with key stakeholders to review performance; campaigns and competitions to encourage certification outcomes; and full reporting for statewide roll-up and legislative reports, including full statewide analysis, LEA/regional reporting, district by district, and school/teacher/student.
For more information contact Mike Maddock, Mike.Maddock@pearson.com.