Apple Authorizes IBA Training Center

July 20, 2011 

IBA Training Center became the first Apple Authorized Training Center (AATC) in Belarus. Being the AATC enables the IBA Training Center to conduct Apple–authorized training in Mac OS X and Final Cut and Aperture software for professionals.

Why Authorized Courses at IBA Training Center?

  • The Apple–developed program of the course
  • Apple–developed teaching aids
  • Apple–certified teachers
  • iMac “all–in–one”–equipped classes
  • Different education levels: from beginners to professionals.

In addition, the course prepares a student for certification examinations. After the exam, all successful graduates receive international certificates.

Vladimir Dyubkov, Director of IBA Training Center, comments: “The Apple Authorized Training Center is aimed at increasing the number of certified specialists that use Apple technologies. Today, the number of Mac users in Belarus and other CIS countries is growing. It means that the number of people wishing to be competent in Apple advanced technologies is growing as well. Our plans include organizing and conducting the courses for users of different levels, from beginners to professionals”.

Today, IBA Training Center offers the course Snow 101 Mac OS X Support Essentials 10.6. The course provides an in–depth exploration of troubleshooting on Mac OS X. This course is designed to give a tour of the breadth of functionality of Mac OS X and the best methods for effectively supporting users of Mac OS X systems. The course is a combination of lectures and hands–on case study exercises that provide practical real–world experience.

This autumn, IBA Training Center plans to launch introduction courses in Mac OS X and software suites iLife and iWork, and the courses in Apple professional applications.

To learn more about the Apple–authorized education and certification in Belarus, please

  • visit www.education.iba.by,
  • send an e–mail to education@iba.by or
  • dial +375 17 334 53 84, +375 17 262 40 00, +375 17 334 69 81.