Yes, I found that page. Thanks.
But that page was referring to the Associate level first.
That is the prep info, etc, that I was looking for.
I have since found that the first cert (Associate) is VCA-DBT for all the tracks.
That's correct, however the first requirement to gain VCP-DCV certification is not to pass the VCA (as stated in that page).
So even though it shows it in the picture of the track on the upper right, it's not required?
Good to know..
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The DBT is the only VCA these days.
There used be separate VCAs for DCV, DTM, CMA, and NV - but they were all retired.
VCA-DBT is totally independent of any of the VCP (or higher) level certifications - you don't have to achieve VCA-DBT as a pre-requisite to any of the VCPs.