They say that opportunity knocks but once. Well, we politely beg to differ. With Adobe® Certified Associate (ACA) certification, students are uniquely positioned for digital media opportunities in today’s challenging job market.
So when opportunity (cleverly disguised as a hiring manager) comes knocking—they’ll be ready. But, why does certification matter, and what does it actually do for students? Becoming Adobe® certified helps students retain what is learned, and ultimately, reduces the time-to-productivity curve that new hires typically experience.
Simply stated, certified students are more attractive to potential employers and better prepared to hit the ground running on day-one of their new job.
- Students begin making their mark on the world by enrolling in college, entering the wor2kforce, or pursuing their dream.
Regardless of the goal, being prepared is critical to success, and ACA certification helps ensure success by opening doors and providing opportunities that would not otherwise be available.
Resumes with Adobe certifications get noticed and fast-tracked by hiring managers.
- Adobe certification is the absolute best way to communicate your proficiency in Adobe products.
- Teachers can make their mark on the world by preparing students to do great things and with ACA certification those great things can begin almost immediately.
- Students are not the only ones to benefit from ACA certification. Teachers who pursue ACA certification enhance their own teaching credentials by earning an industry-recognized certification.
By becoming ACA certified, teachers elevate their stature in the classroom and provide a model for students in developing employable skills through Adobe certification.
And, it provides the benefits of the Adobe Certified Associate Educator program.