Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, will be migrating their certification exams to the HPE testing portal, effective November 1, 2016. Please review the FAQ (472 KB, PDF) for registration and exam delivery dates for Aruba and HPE test portals. Candidates should visit and bookmark the HPE Pearson VUE page to register for an Aruba exam beginning October 18, 2016.

Aruba Certification Testing

The Aruba Technical Certification Program enables you to maximize your experience with Aruba products and provides additional benefits to your organization. As an Aruba Certified Mobility Professional (ACMP), you demonstrate a solid foundation in wireless LAN technologies and your proficiency in the installation, configuration and operation of Aruba Networks products.


Prior to starting the exam, you will be asked to read and accept the terms of the non-disclosure agreement below. You will have 5 minutes to accept the conditions. If you do not respond or do not click “I Agree” to accept the terms within the allotted time, your session will end and cannot be restarted. You will also forfeit the examination fee. To prepare you for exam day, the NDA follows:

Thank you for registering for the Aruba Certified Mobility Professional exam. This Aruba certification exam contains confidential and proprietary information about Aruba and its technology. Aruba is only willing to disclose this information to you if you agree to keep it completely confidential and that you refrain from copying any of the exam questions or sharing anything you learn about Aruba from the certification exam to anyone without Aruba’s express permission. This may include, but is not limited to, information about Aruba’s product development plans, details about Aruba’s future prospects and any technical information. This commitment to not disclosure Aruba proprietary and confidential information is a pre-condition to your taking the Aruba certification exam. To confirm your understanding and acceptance of this policy please click the “I Agree” button below.
Last updated 2016-09-16