Box Certified Professional Program

The future of work is here. Getting Box certified will help you advance your career by empowering you to lead your company's digital transformation and stand out in your organization as a Cloud Content Management thought leader.


This highly interactive, hands-on training program is designed to ensure that BCPs are equipped to build the most collaborative, user-centric installations of Box while incorporating critical integrations and maximizing Box security offerings. Moving beyond current Box Education courses, BCP is aimed at empowering Box Admins and Power Users to unleash the true potential of collaborative processes within their organizations. 


The Box Certified Professional Program will take place on Tuesday, August 28 and has limited capacity. BCP is open only to BoxWorks registrants and costs $800.



  • Stand out and advance your career as you lead your company's digital transformation
  • Establish yourself as a Cloud Content Management thought leader 
  • Get early insights into Box products and access to early product beta launches 
  • Access to the BCP community and use of the official BCP logo



  • A day of hands-on training at BoxWorks
  • Live virtual trainings (pre-BoxWorks)
  • Online certification exam (post-BoxWorks)

This is what BCP covers

Business Process Identification: Analyze and connect with key stakeholder groups to understand your company's needs, gather information, avoid common red flags and set expectations. 

Enterprise Content Management: Translate business processes effectively and create new use cases that will serve your company.

Admin Best Practices: Control access to and monitor your business's content with policies and reports, and manage the provisioning of Box user accounts. 

External Collaboration Settings: Balance usability and security to build an environment that effectively and securely enables external collaboration while avoiding an unwieldy folder structure.

Critical Integrations: Enhance your key processes and use cases by integrating with external applications and key internal tools. 

User-Centric Design: Drive user adoption by configuring Box to reflect end-user and business priorities. 

Folder Structure Design: Design a folder structure that meets your users' needs, based on team, department, project, or use-case, and understand key security considerations and trade-offs.