The Certified Training Alliance (CTA) announced this week the addition of three new Apple-designed training courses for Apple Certified System Administrators (ACSA). The company will offer classes on Directory Services, Deployment, and System Administration, completing the foundation for Appleis professional IT certificates.
Descriptions of the courses, as provided by the CTA:
- Leopard 301 - Mac OS X Directory Services v10.5 is a four-day, hands-on course that teaches the skills to configure Mac OS X computers to access directory services, and configure Mac OS X Server to provide directory services in a mixed-platform environment.
- Leopard 302 - Mac OS X Deployment v10.5 is a three-day hands-on course which focuses on solutions for deploying and maintaining software, ranging from the installation of individual files to the deployment of complete system images to multiple computers.
- Leopard 401 - Mac OS X Advanced System Administration v10.5 is a five-day hands-on course designed teaches the skills necessary to administer Mac OS X Server in a complex environment, including implementation, networking and maintenance tasks, and monitoring and automation tools.
You can contact the CTA for pricing, more information on courses, and training locations around the U.S. The CTA is a not-for-profit independent network of Apple Authorized Training Centers.