The registration period is from Apr 24,2017 9:00 am to Nov 29,2017 5:00 pm
Apple Certified Macintosh Technician - Details
Add to calendar 2017-12-06 09:00:00 2017-12-13 17:00:00 America/Chicago Apple Certified Macintosh Technician Upon completion of the Apple Certified Mac Technician (ACMT) 2016 course, students will be able to: Shawnee, KS false YYYY/MM/DD
Registration for this event is open from: Apr 24,2017 9:00 am - Nov 29,2017 5:00 pm
Where: Tech Wyze, Inc. - Shawnee, KS , 22121 W 83rd Street, Shawnee, KS 66227 (US).
Date: Dec 6,2017 -  Dec 13,2017
Time: 9:00 am -  5:00 pm
 
Event description:

Upon completion of the Apple Certified Mac Technician (ACMT) 2016 course, students will be able to:

  • Use Disk Utility to prepare a volume for OS X and describe the OS X installation process using both the Mac App Store and OS X Recovery
  • Identify the proper methods to migrate data from one Mac to another using the data migration tools in OS X
  • Identify the power states of a Mac running OS X, and describe how to troubleshoot power states on Mac models that don't have a sleep indicator light
  • Explain how to maximize the battery life of an Apple product in a way that a customer can understand
  • Identify the different types of accounts in OS X and describe the capabilities of those accounts, including keychain and password options
  • Identify and describe various security settings for OS X, including Gatekeeper, FileVault 2, Firewall, Firmware (EFI) password, location service settings, and more
  • Describe how to use Time Machine in OS X to create, restore, and manage a secure backup for a customer
  • Identify the components of the default OS X environment, including the user home folder and various Library folders
  • Describe how to configure and use OS X features, such as Spotlight and Mission Control
  • Describe various trackpad gestures
  • Use System Preferences in OS X and Apple accessories to configure a wired or Wi-Fi connection to an existing network and securely share data over that network
  • Use tools in OS X to configure online services, such as an Apple ID account, iCloud, Mail, and Continuity
  • Troubleshoot, evaluate, and isolate a given issue with a Mac to learn how to resolve it
  • Given an isolated issue, categorize it as hardware (including accidental damage), software, or environmental, or as an educational opportunity
  • Identify the online resources necessary to ensure that a given Mac model is serviced properly and safely
  • Describe the purpose of specified diagnostic tools
  • Use Apple documentation, approved tools, and appropriate service strategies to safely repair various Mac computers