Recertification

Modified on Mon, 14 Nov 2022 at 04:11 PM

Fortinet NSE 1 - 7 certifications have a validity period of two years from the date all certification requirements are fulfilled.

 

NSE 1 - 3 certifications are renewed by enrolling in the current versions of the courses and completing them within three (3) months prior to expiration


NSE 4 - 6 certifications can be renewed by retaking a different exam(s), or a different exam version, than the one passed for the initial certification. Achieving NSE 7 renews NSE 4, 5, and 6 certifications if they have not expired.


NSE 7 certification is renewed by successfully passing one of the Fortinet NSE 7 certification exams. Achieving NSE 7 certification also automatically renews NSE 4, 5, and 6 certifications, only if they have not expired. New certificates are issued with the certification validity period of the NSE 7 Certificate.

 

NSE 8 certification has a validity period of three years from the date all certification requirements are fulfilled. NSE 8 certification is renewed by passing the latest Fortinet NSE 8 written exam within six (6) months prior to expiration. NSE 8 recertification will automatically renew all previously earned NSE certifications, even if they are expired. New certificates are issued with the certification validity period of the NSE 8 Certificate.

 

Certification expiration dates cannot be extended. Examinees should re-certify before expiration.


Review NSE recertification details for each certification level from our Fortinet Training Institute Cybersecurity Certification page.

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