Tech2000

  1. What does it mean that Tech 2000 is an Apple Authorized Training Center (AATC)?
  2. Do all Apple training courses include the associated exam as part of the cost?
  3. Do I need to bring anything for class?
  4. If I attend a class, does that mean I am Apple Certified?
  5. Do I have to take a class in order to take an exam?
  6. Can Tech 2000 provide me with my Apple Certification records?
  7. Can Tech 2000 deliver a custom Apple course or private course for a group or organization?
  8. How do I register for an Apple Certification exam?
  9. How much do certification exams cost? 
  10. What should I do if I cannot make my scheduled exam date & time? 
  11. What is the re-take policy for Apple certification exams? 
 



1. What does it mean that Tech 2000 is an Apple Authorized Training Center (AATC)?

Classes are taught using Apple's authorized, official curriculum and taught by Apple Certified Trainers (ACTs) to ensure the highest level of professionalism in training.

2. Do all Apple training courses include the associated exam as part of the cost?

No, only one class includes the cost of the associated exams and that is the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Bootcamp. Please note that exams are not delivered during or after class, but student's receive a credit on their account to take the exam at a later date.
For all other Apple courses, associated exams may be purchased at a discounted price if an examinee attends the associated class.

3. Do I need to bring anything for class?

Tech 2000 provides each student the necessary hardware and software components to participate in class. Each student is also given a copy of the official Apple courseware that they may keep after class. It is recommended to bring a notebook for note taking, writing utensils, and a highlighter.

4. If I attend a class, does that mean I am Apple Certified?

No, attending a class is the recommended preparation in order for an individual to take an Apple exam. Passing an Apple exam provides individuals with an Apple Certification.

5. Do I have to take a class in order to take an exam?

No, Tech 2000 offers all Apple exams, even if candidates do not participate in a training course.

6. Can Tech 2000 provide me with my Apple Certification records?

No, Tech 2000 does not have any access to candidates certification/exam records. Candidates are able to look up details about their records using the Apple Certified Professionals Registry and by looking at their Prometric Testing account.

7. Can Tech 2000 deliver a custom Apple course or private course for a group or organization?

Yes, Tech 2000 can deliver Apple standardized courses, as well as customized courses nationwide for an organization.

8. How do I register for an Apple Certification exam? 

To schedule an Apple exam, please call our Training Coordinator at (703)467-8606. Exams are proctored in Herndon, VA, Columbia, MD, Nashville, TN, and Pittsburgh, PA. Exams may be taken Monday through Friday during regular business hours. To ensure the time and date you prefer is available, it is recommended you schedule your exam no less than 48 hours in advance. 

9. How much do certification exams cost? 

Apple exams typically cost $65.00- $200.00, depending on the particular exam. To view the exact cost of an exam, please select the corresponding certification and then the exam name at http://www.t2000inc.com/training/apple/?by=cert&n= 

10. What should I do if I cannot make my scheduled exam date & time? 

Should you need to reschedule your exam or cancel for any reason, please be sure to provide us with at least 24 hours advance notice from the day of your exam. Notice can be via phone or written request. Please note that if you do not provide 24 hours advance notice for rescheduling or canceling your exam, your total amount paid for your exam voucher will be forfeited and to schedule a new exam date, additional payment will be required. Exams can only be rescheduled up to two (2) times before the exam fee is forfeited and a new fee will be accessed upon third rescheduling. 

11. What is the re-take policy for Apple certification exams? 

If you do not pass an exam, you may retake the exam after seven (7) twenty- four (24) hour periods have passed from the completion of your last attempt. Apple's exam-retake policy helps to ensure that candidates take the necessary time to prepare for their exam, and to prevent unauthorized use and/or piracy of the exams or any of their content. The retake policy can be viewed in the Program Policies document at http://www.apple.com/legal/certification/ 

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