Senior Sales Professional Certification Exam

Senior Sales Professional Certification Exam
Jewelers of America Professional Certification is open to all employees of jewelry stores, specifically jewelry professionals with an interest in professional development: jewelry sales associates, jewelry store managers, owners, and other jewelry store employees with at least one year experience. You have the skills, demonstrate them with our professional certification!  Exams are open for both JA and non-JA Members.

JA Certified Senior Sales Professional (CSSP) Level 2:  moderate to advanced sales skills and knowledge of a jewelry sales professional. Completion of CSP Level 1 is required.

 

SENIOR SALES PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION PRICING

$55  Employees of JA Member Stores   
$75  Non-JA Member

*NEW: Certification exams are now available online.  View Sample Test Questions

 

HOW TO GET CERTIFIED
  1.   Register for the JA Certified Professional Exam, which includes identifying a proctor.  (A proctor may be anyone other than the candidate registering for the exam or a member of the candidate's own family). 
  2.   After registration is processed, Jewelers of America will send the proctor (via email) the exam link, password, and instructions for each certification candidate.
  3.   Proctor and certification candidate then coordinate a time and date to take the exam. 
  4.   Each exam must be taken in one sitting within a two-hour time limit. The online exam has a timer and will close when the two-hours has expired.
    • Each candidate is responsible for supplying the necessary supplies to successfully take the exam, which includes an internet-enabled device.
  5.   Email [email protected] to let Jewelers of America know the exam is completed.
    • Jewelers of America will email the candidate official results within three (3) business days. 
  6.   Candidate must pass the test with a minimum grade of 75% within one year of enrollment to receive certification designation. 
    • The date the proctor receives the exam information from Jewelers of America is the enrollment date.
    • Candidates must complete the first attempt within three months of the enrollment date and have up to two opportunities to pass the exam.

     

JA PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION FAQs 

Where to Get Certified
There are two convenient ways to get certified. You can take the exam at a location of your choosing, by using a proctor. Or, you can t
ake the exam at an authorized Jewelers of America testing site. Certification testing is offered throughout the year at various regional jewelry events and trade shows.Click here for a list of upcoming onsite certification exams or look through the site locations offered in the drop down menu in the registration area below.

 

Cost

$35 for Jewelers of America members. 
$55 for non-members. For more information about membership, click here.
When registering for exams at regional events and trade shows, look for registration specials for additional savings for both members and non-members.

Where to Get Certified
There are two convenient ways to get certified. You can take the exam at a location of your choosing, by using a proctor. Or, you can t
ake the exam at an authorized Jewelers of America testing site. Certification testing is offered throughout the year at various regional jewelry events and trade shows.Click here for a list of upcoming onsite certification exams or look through the site locations offered in the drop down menu in the registration area below.

 

Cost

$35 for Jewelers of America members. 
$55 for non-members. For more information about membership, click here.
When registering for exams at regional events and trade shows, look for registration specials for additional savings for both members and non-members.

Where to Get Certified
There are two convenient ways to get certified. You can take the exam at a location of your choosing, by using a proctor. Or, you can t
ake the exam at an authorized Jewelers of America testing site. Certification testing is offered throughout the year at various regional jewelry events and trade shows.Click here for a list of upcoming onsite certification exams or look through the site locations offered in the drop down menu in the registration area below.

 

Cost

$35 for Jewelers of America members. 
$55 for non-members. For more information about membership, click here.
When registering for exams at regional events and trade shows, look for registration specials for additional savings for both members and non-members.

Where to Get Certified
There are two convenient ways to get certified. You can take the exam at a location of your choosing, by using a proctor. Or, you can t
ake the exam at an authorized Jewelers of America testing site. Certification testing is offered throughout the year at various regional jewelry events and trade shows.Click here for a list of upcoming onsite certification exams or look through the site locations offered in the drop down menu in the registration area below.

 

Cost

$35 for Jewelers of America members. 
$55 for non-members. For more information about membership, click here.
When registering for exams at regional events and trade shows, look for registration specials for additional savings for both members and non-members.

Program


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Moderate to advanced sales skills and knowledge of a jewelry sales professional. Completion of CSP Level 1 is required.
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