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SAS® Certification Review Session: Base Programmer for SAS®9

Thursday, Sept. 14 | 11 a.m. ET

Join SAS Global Certification and SAS Education experts as they share valuable information about what it takes to succeed in earning the career-distinguishing SAS Certified Base Programmer for SAS®9 credential.

This webinar highlights the steps needed for exam success and will provide:

  • An overview of exam topics, including accessing data, creating data structures, managing data, generating reports and handling errors.
  • Exam preparation tips, including information about the latest study aids and guidance on areas of focus.
  • Answers to some of the most frequently asked, exam-related questions by SAS users like you.

Presenters

Becky Gray
Certification Exam Developer, SAS Global Certification

Gray joined the SAS Global Certification team in 2014. Previously, she worked in both technical education and certification roles at Nortel and NetApp. She has 15 years of experience in the IT certification industry and earned a master’s degree in adult education from North Carolina State University.

Michele Ensor
Senior Manager, SAS Education

Since joining SAS as an instructor in 1997, Ensor has been teaching and developing SAS programming courses. She has been involved with numerous certification projects, including the development of the SAS Certification Review: Base Programming for SAS®9 course. Prior to joining SAS, Ensor worked for Michelin Tire as an engineer. While working in the quality control department of a tire manufacturing plant, she learned the power of SAS. Ensor received a bachelor's in mechanical engineering from University of Illinois and an MBA from Clemson University.


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