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Studio training overview

Studio training is available in the Help Center, and will move to Academy for Ads before the end of the year. On this page, you’ll find training resources for Studio, including tips on how to prepare for earning an achievement in Academy for Ads.

Get started with Dynamic Creatives

Take Dynamic Creative Basics and develop the knowledge to build dynamic creatives in DoubleClick Studio. When you’re finished the learning path, take the assessment to show that you know your stuff.

Get started with Google Web Designer

Take Google Web Designer Basics and learn how to build HTML5 ads in Google Web Designer. When you’re done, take the assessment to show that you know your stuff.


Who needs to learn how to use DoubleClick Studio?

Creative designers and developers benefit from knowing the ins-and-outs of working in DoubleClick Studio, and across Google Web Designer and DoubleClick Campaign Manager. Some common tasks that take place in Studio include includes building dynamic ad feeds, adding reporting metrics, previewing creatives, QAing the code, and publishing the creative to Campaign Manager or Bid Manager.

What do you need to know to earn an achievement in Academy for Ads?

Achievements in Academy for Ads include Dynamic Basics and Google Web Designer Basics. Take these courses to gain familiarity with creative formats, and how to develop and then build creatives before publishing to Campaign Manager or Bid Manager.

Can I still get Studio certified?

The legacy DoubleClick Studio certification program will be replaced with an updated, mobile-friendly learning path in Academy for Ads where you can earn an achievement that’s associated with your user account. Print your achievement certificates to show that you've gained the knowledge to work across multiple Google platforms.

Where can I find the previous certification program?

Core certifications

HTML5: Study guide  

QA certification: Study guide 


Advanced badges

Lightbox ads: Study guide 

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