OS X El Capitan Certified Courses Have Arrived


A brand new year brings an update of Apple Certified Courses to the latest version of OS X. The new 10.11 El Capitan courses have been scheduled and certification is available for OS X Support Essentials v 10.11.

Please note that the certification structure has been changed this year with some of the qualifications being removed.

The biggest change is the removal of the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator (ACTC) qualification. You may remember back in 10.7 the ACSA qualification disappeared.

Although ACTC 10.11 is no longer achievable, you still have the opportunity to become one of the last ever ACTCs for OS X Yosemite (10.10).  Amsys will continue to offer the 10.10 course in line with the exam until its removal in the Summer.
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If you certify as ACTC 10.10 no one can take that away from you! We experienced a rush for places as ACSA disappeared, so give us a call to discuss your circumstances.

Alongside the removal of ACTC, Apple will no longer offer the Apple Certified Associate (ACA): Mac Management qualification.  As with ACTC, we will continue to offer this course and exam for OS X Yosemite until its exam is also removed in the Summer.

This leaves us currently with a line up of OS X El Capitan Support Essentials (ACSP) and the Apple Certified Associate: Mac Integration. Theses courses have already been scheduled for 2016 and can be found in our London, Surrey and Manchester Training Centres. Of course the extensive range of complementary and advanced courses are still being produced by our Master trainers, so check them out on the website schedule here.

If you wish to book any of these courses please call 0208 645 5806 or email training@amsys.co.uk for more information. The next course dates are: 20 Jan, 27 Jan, 3 Feb (London) and 8 Feb (Manchester).

We look forward to seeing you on a course soon!


2 Replies to "OS X El Capitan Certified Courses Have Arrived"

  • Maurice

    Does this mean that as of 10.11 there is no longer any certification for OS X Server?

    • Alex Hawes

      Yes I’m afraid so – but you can still achieve ACTC at 10.10.
      We are of the opinion that if that is on your CV then you have achieved that level and further courses merely prove currency. Hope that makes sense.

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