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Apple Authorized Training Center at UVa

Course Information

Effective August 2014, ITS in partnership with UVa Human Resources, will discontinue Apple Authorized Training Classes.


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ITS and UVa Human Resources Employee Development are proud to offer high-quality training on Apple products and technologies at the University of Virginia through our designation as an Apple Authorized Training Center.

Apple Certified Technical Training

Our complete offering of Apple Certified Technical Training courses introduces Mac OS X and teaches IT professionals how to plan, support, and integrate Mac OS X.

All IT courses are conducted in Carruthers Hall (Room 248) at 1001 North Emmet St. in Charlottesville where there is ample parking and access to several restaurants. Each class will start at 9:00AM and run until 5:00PM.

Special Pricing and Customized Training

Sign-up for classes now to take advantage of special pricing for all academic institutions (K-12, Higher Ed, Public & Private). Group discounts, one-on-one training, and customized training are available for the Pro Application classes; for more information please email

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