Certified Mission Critical Operator
The skills and knowledge measured by this examination were derived from an industry-wide job task analysis and validated through an industry-wide global survey in Q4 2014. The results of this survey were used in weighing the domains and ensuring that the weighting is representative of the relative importance of the content.
It is recommended that CMCO candidates have the following:
- At least one year’s worth of education in a Mission Critical academic program; or
- At least one year’s work experience in a Mission Critical environment.
Select your 7×24 Exchange chapter from the list below to get a short list of testing centers close to you. Distance is estimated from the address listed for the chapter headquarters. For the testing center nearest you, visit: CompTIA-Locate Test Center (Opens in a new window).
- Arizona AZ Chapter
- Northern CA Chapter
- Southern CA Chapter
- Rocky Mountains CO Chapter
- Delaware Vally Chapter
- Greater FL-AL Chapter
- Atlanta GA Chapter
- Lake Michigan IN Chapter
- Bluegrass KY Chapter
- Midwest MO Chapter
- South East MI Chapter
- Carolinas NC-SC Chapter
- New England Chapter
- New York NY Chapter
- Empire State NY Chapter
- Portland OR Chapter
- Lone Star TX Chapter
- Texas South TX Chapter
- Central VA Chapter
- Seattle WA Chapter
- Washington DC Chapter
Certified Mission Critical Operator (CMCO) Exam Results
Exam results are mailed directly from Pearson Vue. Thank you for supporting critical infrastructure security by taking the Certified Mission Critical Operator (CMCO) exam. For beta test takers, when you pass the exam, make sure you log into your CompTIA account and verify your address. You will need to do this before your certificate will be mailed to you.
Certified Mission Critical Professional
It is recommended that CMCP candidates have the following:
- At least 2-4 year’s worth of education in a Mission Critical academic program; or
- At least 2-4 year’s work experience in a Mission Critical environment.