Frank Heselbarth

Name: Frank Paul Heselbarth

Birthdate: 02.11.1978

Nationality: german, with a scottish grandfather

Hometown: Chemnitz

Job: Fachinformatiker für Systemintegration

Hobbys: Running, Badminton, Soccer, reading books



Cisco ID: CSCO12200308

Date: 13.07.2012

inactive: 13.07.2015

Exam: CCent 640-822 ICND1

CCent Network Associate


Oracle ID: 8425439


Exam: Oracle Database 11g: SQL Fundamentals I


Frank Heselbarth
IT specialist for system integration
Microsoft Technology Specialist

Microsoft ID: 8425439

Date: 28.06.2011

Exams: Windows Server® 2008 Active Directory, Configuration

Microsoft Certified Professional


Date: 09.08.2011

Exams: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Installation & Configuration

Dynamics 2009 Installation Configuration

Date: 06.09.2011

Exams: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Financials

Dynamics 2009 Financials

Date: 11.10.2011

Exams: SharePoint 2010 Configuration

Sharepoint 2010 Configuration

Date: 18.10.2011

Exams: SharePoint 2010 Administrator

Microsoft IT Professional

Anyone who has a certification, knows this message. One day in your life reaches you an email by the certifier with the following contents:

"Your CCENT Cisco Certification will expire on Jul 13, 2015 ."

Why do certifications expire? It is important that the certificate is valid, if I am looking for a new job?

Since I am professionally involved in the recruitment process, I must say that for me the "possession of a certification", whether active or expired, something positive says about the candidate. He learned structured a technology or procedure and was able to retrieve this knowledge under exam pressure.

Means the degree or diploma not the same?

Result: Of course, nothing to say against a recertification. Nevertheless, everyone will agree with me, who has passed a certification in Cisco, Oracle and Microsoft, and is familiar with the work that goes into a successful test, even an expired certification deserves respect.

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