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I want to become an Apple Certified Trainer in Aperture and teach at an AATC over the summer as a job. This AATC told me that if I can get certified, then there's a job waiting for me because as of now they only offer courses for IT certification. The only problem is... I don't have one year of teaching experience in a "structured classroom environment" which is a prerequisite to attend the trainer course for Aperture.

I've held an app club weekly for about a year and have taught about ten people how to make an app. I'm confident in my abilities to organize and convey an idea to other people, so to other Trainers out there... does Apple give you a hard time or not allow you to become certified if you do not fulfill this requirement? Thanks for your help.

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closed as off topic by Nathan Greenstein Feb 7 '12 at 4:14

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I'm closing this since it isn't a question about Apple hardware or software. Questions about Apple certifications and developer programs are off topic, I'm afraid. Please take a look at the FAQs for more info. Thanks. – Nathan Greenstein Feb 7 '12 at 4:14

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