If you already have the skills and knowledge needed, your question about benefits in the absence of a job or career change is a good one: there will have to be some perceived value for this in your own eyes to justify the effort and expense, but it would also be nice if your manager knew about and approved this activity as well. You might ask about being sent to a prep class, or at least having your study material and exam costs covered,...
if your company goes so far as to endow its employees with educational benefits. As for UCSE, if you do plan on pursuing the CCVP, it will surely be required, and if you want to extend your Unity skills and knowledge, it can't hurt, either.
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