In an email timestamped Mon, 19 Feb 2007 13:35:55 -0000, a member of the 
Association for C & C++ Users (A.C.C.U.) posted to the general email 
list of the A.C.C.U.:


> Would it cover dangerous aspects of C++ and why they should not be 
> used in certain applications? Eg real-time, safety critical  etc

Can't see why it should. It's supposed to be C++ certification.
It could well include knowledge of how to write robust C++ code.
Do people write safety critical applications in C++? The thought shocks me.