SCORM® 2004 2nd Edition Content Certification
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The Wisconsin Testing Organization can test individual meta-data or SCO(s), or a complete content package (PIF). You may send your content via email, allow HTTP or FTP download, or send on CD. There is a non-refundable $1,000 USD fee. The total cost is based on the time and complexity of each individual test.

Getting Started

  1. Complete a successful self-test with the Conformance Test Suite. Make sure to visit every screen in the content.
  2. Fill out Form 01, Form 02, and Form 04.
  3. Submit both forms along with the Self-Test logs (Summary and Detail) to the Testing Center. You can send them by email, fax, or postal mail.
  4. Provide the content to the Testing Center via the means described on Form 04. Notify the Testing Center if there are any special requirements to view or test your content successfully.


  • Form 01: SCORM® 2004 Conformance Registration Agreement ( PDF )
  • Form 02: SCORM® 2004 Affidavit ( Word )
  • Form 04: Content Conformance Testing Information Form ( Word )

Test Logs

We only accept self-test logs from version 1.3.3 of the Conformance Test Suite. Check to see that your log header matches the following text:

Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL)
Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORMŽ) Version 2004
Conformance Test Suite Version 1.3.3

If the content has successfully passed the Self-Test, you should see the following text at the bottom of the log:

   The Content Package is SCORM 2004 Conformant, according to Conformance Test Suite Version 1.3.3

   Successful outcome of this test does not constitute ADL Certification unless the test has been conducted by an ADL Certified Auditor.

Download the SCORM 2004 2nd Edition Conformance Test Suite Version 1.3.3 (Self Test)


SCORM® 2004 2nd Edition Specification
SCORM® 2004 2nd Edition Conformance Requirements Version 1.3