Apple provides a top-notch certification and training program for most of its products, covering both software and hardware. It offers a wide range of certification possibilities, each one suited to a particular product or level of service. And let's face it: You can never know too much about your Mac. The main portal to find out more about these programs is
http://training.apple.com/certification/. Here's a brief look at the training offered by our friends at Apple.
Learn Apple's applications inside and out and pass certification exams to become an Apple Certified Pro for that specific application. Then you can work your way up the certification path to become a Master Pro, and eventually an Apple Certified Trainer or Master Trainer.
There are two certification levels for the Apple Certified Pro. Level One certification confirms that you have a basic knowledge of the particular application, while Level Two certification tells the world you command a deeper understanding of the application.
Apple offers two versions of the Final Cut Studio and Logic Studio Master certifications: end user and trainer Master certification confirms that you have a superior knowledge of a chosen set of applications.
You can learn how to administer Apple's Pro certification courses by becoming an ...