|Jan 24, 2010, 08:03 AM||#1|
Apple Training and Certification
I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this but I'm interested in doing Apple Training and Certification in a few different areas of interest...
I am a long time Logic user and want to do the Logic Pro 301 Course as well as the Train the Trainer course.
I am also interested in some Mac OS, Server Admin and Deployment stuff, Video, as well as possibly further study.
I am in Sydney, Australia but am prepared to travel anywhere to find the best possible place that offers all these things.
Is there anywhere in particular that's really good to go. I'm interested in somewhere focused and fast paced that I can spend weeks of solid work getting this done preferably with good facilities and great teachers.
What's available that you guys know about???
|Jan 25, 2010, 06:49 AM||#2|
I did my Logic 8 101 and 301 at Transmedia in Bristol, UK. ( a bit far for you to travel to?) Apple only allows Apple Authorised Training Centres (AATCs) to run the Apple Certified courses and exams. You've got lots of choices in Sydney -
I think to become a trainer you have to apply direct to Apple Training.
Try to talk to the Trainers. I talked to different trainers in Bristol before taking the courses and went with the one who seemed the best qualified as a teacher and Logic expert. The 101 and 301 courses were both excellent!
24" iMac, 2.8Ghz, 4GB Ram. 13" Macbook, 2.1Ghz, 4 GB Ram. iPod Touch 16GB
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