The Adobe Certified Associate Exam Is Your Key To Success In The Field Of Digital Communications
Your transcript suggests you can do the job. Adobe Certification proves it.
Landing your first job out of college can be daunting, especially in the competitive field of digital communication. The classic dilemmas for many entry-level college graduates are; (A) the lack of prior job experience, and (B) the difficulty of convincing employers that they are capable of doing the job. Now, you can validate your skills and prove your value to employers by earning certification as an Adobe Certified Associate.
Get the credentials you need to succeed. Validate your skills.
As an Adobe Certified Associate, you are instantly recognized as someone with the critical skills needed to plan, design, build, and maintain effective communications. At the forefront of this digital explosion is:
- Dreamweaver® for web development
- Premiere® for video creation
- Flash® for multimedia creation
- Photoshop® for visual communication
- Illustrator (March 2013)
- InDesign (March 2013)
Whether it’s a career in advertising design, graphic design, web design, visual marketing, video production, or any field utilizing digital communications, becoming an Adobe Certified Associate can put you on the fast track to success, and can open a wealth of job opportunities.
Display your talent. Validate your skills. Prove your value.
The Adobe associate-level certifications reflect the foundation skills needed to excel as communicators in today’s digital world. To get full details on the Adobe Certified Associate Exam such as:
- Exam dates
- Exam objectives
- Learning aids
simply click the links to the top right.
We have developed and compiled a nice set of learning tools designed specifically for preparing you to be successful on these exams. What are you waiting for? Isn't it time you got your certification.
Video Communication using Adobe Premiere
Web Communication using Adobe Dreamweaver
Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop
Rich Media Communication using Adobe Flash