QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor (Desktop)

I'm looking to take the QB 2015 (desktop) certification and cannot locate the training materials or exam. When I log into my ProAdvisor the only options under certification I'm shown are online and advanced online. 

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The training and certifications for desktop versions of QuickBooks are only available to paid members of the ProAdvisor Program.  If you're only seeing the Online certifications, then it sounds like you're a member of the free ProAdvisor Program.  You'll need to pay to access the desktop certifications.  As a paid ProAdvisor you would also get QB Accountant 2015, QB Enterprise Accountant 15, all the desktop certs, support for desktop, etc.

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Michelle Long CPA , International QB Trainer
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