Train the Trainer Events
Only Apple Certified Trainers can deliver Apple Certified Training courses. Become an ACT and start delivering world-class training on world-class products and technologies.
Delivering Apple Certification courses is a flexible and lucrative career choice for training professionals. Adding the Apple Certification courses to your training repertoire broadens your employment options and is a great way to get involved with Apple’s software and technologies.
The ACT program is designed to keep trainers at the forefront of Apple’s technical and digital media technology. Certification creates a benchmark for assessing proficiency in a specific Apple technology, and ACT status distinguishes you to colleagues, employers, and prospective clients as a skilled trainer. ACT certification gives you a competitive edge in today’s ever-changing job market.
Apple Certified professionals are a rapidly growing audience. Earn your ACT certification and help meet the demand for Apple Certified Training.
Prospective ACTs should be experienced teachers and trainers who are ready to add Apple Certification to their arsenal of skills - it’s not a program for beginners.
Good ACT candidates are individuals who:
- Have at least one year of experience training students (preferably adult learners) in a structured classroom setting.
- Demonstrate a deep understanding of effective training methods, adult learning processes, and classroom management techniques.
- Have exemplary presentation skills.
- Have extensive experience with Apple’s technologies and applications.
- Have a minimum of three years’ experience in the field as an editor, visual-effects artist, photographer, DVD author, or sound designer. Experience as a professor or teacher in these fields is also considered. (Creative only)
To become an ACT, complete the following five steps:
1. Master the chosen technology.
2. Pass the specific end-user certification for your chosen class (if one is available).
3. Complete a LearnQuest Instructor application. (Click Here)
4. Demonstrate your ability to meet Apple’s ACT standards at a Train-the-Trainer (T3) session.
5. Pass the Trainer Exam for your chosen Apple technology (if one is available).
During the T3, you must demonstrate your subject matter expertise and instructional presentation skills. You’ll be asked to present one or more sections of the course to a group of your peers and to an Apple Training Mentor. The Apple Training Mentor will evaluate your technical proficiency and instructional presentation skills.