Apple Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT)
We're excited to announced our Apple hardware service classes are now available at two locations: Rhinecliff, NY & Kansas City. We also offer our classes in association with another Apple authorized training centers (AATC) in Oklahoma City.
If you'd like us to bring an Apple Certified Macintosh Technician class to you, please download and review our classroom requirements document.
Apple Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT) certification verifies the ability to perform basic troubleshooting and repair of both desktop and laptop Mac systems, such as iMac and MacBook Pro. ACMT certification exams emphasize identifying and resolving common OS X problems, and using Apple Service and Support products and practices to effectively repair Apple hardware. (The ACMT certification does NOT cover iOS device repair.)
Our 5-day class will guide you in learning Apple hardware specifications, troubleshooting techniques, component isolation steps, take-apart procedures, and general service guidelines and resources: everything you need to diagnose and repair Apple computers. We combine lecture, demonstration, and hands-on lab exercises to prepare you for certification as Apple hardware service technicians .
Please note: ACMT certification requires passing grades on TWO (2) certification exams -- OS X and hardware. All ACMT classes require prior knowledge of the Macintosh OS. Attendees who do not have prior knowledge of the OS, or who have no exposure to computer repair issues and techniques, will have more difficulty in achieving full ACMT certification.
Our class price includes one certification exam.*
* If you would like to register for the OS X course specifically geared to service technicians, check this class description: OS X Troubleshooting for Technicians. You should know that ACMT certification by itself does not grant access to GSX, Apple's service portal, nor does it authorize a technician to perform repairs on Apple products except as an employee of an Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP) or Self-Servicing Account (SSA). Information on becoming authorized to service Apple products and have access to GSX can be found at: http://apple.com/support/programs/ssa
Who Should Attend?
- People interested in becoming Apple Certified Technicians
- Service technicians who want to expand their service repair skills
- Help desk personnel at schools and businesses
- A minimum of 1-3 months' hands-on experience with OS X (BRI reserves the right to refuse admission to those students demonstrating a lack of familiarity with the OS)