What Are UXQB and CPUX?
The International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB) is a consortium of internationally recognised experts in usability and user experience. UXQB’s objective is to develop, maintain and manage the certification program (CPUX: Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience).
CPUX is an international standard for qualification of people working professionally within UX. So far professional UX-organizations in six European countries have joined UXQB: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, England, Holland and Denmark.
CPUX-F, Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience – Foundation Level, is the basic UX certification and foundation for more advanced certifications in usability testing (CPUX-UT), user requirements engineering (CPUX-UR); interaction specification, information architecture and prototyping (CPUX-IIP), and usability engineering (CPUX-UE).
Read more about UX certification www.uxqb.org/en where you can also find curricula and examples of the tasks that you have to solve if you want to be certified. The course includes many additional, unpublished examples of test tasks.