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Sign up for ProAdvisor and QuickBooks certification courses

by Intuit Updated 4 months ago

Learn how to start a QuickBooks ProAdvisor certification course and become a certified ProAdvisor.

Access and take training courses directly from your QuickBooks Online Accountant firm. Here's how to start a course and take an exam to get certified.

  1. Sign in to QuickBooks Online Accountant.
  2. Go to ProAdvisor.
  3. Select Training, then select Training home.
  4. Select Your personalized path and then select Start, or select Continue your personalized path to continue a course you already started.

Note: If you see completed courses but you haven’t taken them yet, contact Intuit Accountant Support.

  1. Go to ProAdvisor.
  2. Select Training.
  3. Select Certification hub.
  4. Look for the certification you want to take.
  5. Select Take exam.
  1. Go to ProAdvisor.
  2. Select Training.
  3. Look for the certification.
  4. Select Download certificate.
  1. Go to ProAdvisor.
  2. Select Training.
  3. In the Training history section, select Learn more.
    Note: You can download past badges and certificates in the same section.
  4. Find the certification you need.
  5. Select the icon in the Certification column.

Note: QuickBooks downloads a folder to your computer. Your certification and badges are in the downloaded folder.

Submit your CPE certificate to the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). Visit the NASBA website to learn how to submit your CPE certificate.

Your ProAdvisor tier is tied to a point system. You gain points for doing specific things, like earning QuickBooks certifications or onboarding new clients. Find out more about ways you can earn points and how much you can earn.

Note: If your certification expires, you'll lose the points you earned when you became certified. If you're already certified, getting recertified won't add any additional points.

  1. In QuickBooks Online Accountant, go to ProAdvisor.
  2. Review the Benefits tab.
  3. Select the History link to see the activities that impact your point total.
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