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OnBase Certified Workflow Administrator (OCWA)

The OnBase Certified Workflow Administrator (OCWA) certification is awarded to certified OnBase system administrators who demonstrate the ability to support and maintain an extensive OnBase Workflow solution.

Certification Steps

1

Earn Your OnBase Certified System Administrator (OCSA) Certification

The OCSA certification is awarded to those who demonstrate the ability to support and maintain their OnBase solution.

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2

Successfully Complete the Quick Look: Workflow and OnBase Studio course

This 76-minute, eLearning course will navigate you through OnBase Studio and provide the terminology and basic concepts you need to succeed in the Introduction to Workflow course.

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3

Successfully Complete the Introduction to Workflow Course

This five (5) day course will prepare OnBase System Administrators for their roles as OnBase Workflow Administrators.

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Recertification Options

OPTION 1

Attend Any Two Workflow-focused Sessions at TechQuest.

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OPTION 2

Attend any course during the two day technical training at CommunityLIVE.

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OPTION 3

Complete the Workflow Recertification Course.

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OPTION 4

Retake the Introduction to Workflow Course.

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OPTION 5

Attend the Workflow Design Course.

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FAQs

Do you still have questions about the OCWA certification?

The OCSA certification is a requirement for the OCWA, it provides the foundation of knowledge necessary for you to be successful in the Introduction to Workflow course.
All OnBase certifications are valid for two years and can be easily renewed in two-year increments.
See the Recertification Options section above with details on how to renew your certification for an additional 2 years.
To view the status of your OnBase certifications, see your training transcript by clicking the My Training tab at the top of the page.
Absolutely! As long as your certifications are current, we encourage you to include them in your resume or e-mail signature.
You will retain your OnBase certifications until they expire, but you will not have access to OnBase resources or systems until you are again employed by an authorized OnBase partner or customer.
Our recommendation is to renew certifications within six months of expiring.