I'm wondering if I can extend my still valid CCSM Certification with one of the ISA Exams I previously did.
So I've done CCTA and CCTE and got CCSM certified in July 2021. Can I now take the CCTE again in order to maintain my CCSM?
On the one hand it wouldn't really make sense to me (as it may count to CCSM Elite?!?), but I can't find any clear statement on this right now.
My current goal is just to have one more year with CCSM and CCTE being active, as it's counting for Company's Partner Status - and not to get CCSM Elite this year.
If it doesn't extend my CCSM, my CCSE will also expire.
Meaning i would have to retake CCSE + CCTE to keep Partner status and from there, I would get CCSM with another ISA, having then two years where I have to take two new ISAs and afterwards beeing CCSM Elite.
Then I would have to do CCTE and a new ISA exam every year after the first two initial years being CCSM Elite. I think this would be a little much, isn't it?
Don't get me wrong, right now I'm not at this point and maybe I got a misconception with this. But I find it a little bit hard to do one new ISA and CCTE every year after the initial two years being CCSM Elite. (With "new ISA" I mean new to me / not taken until then)