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I want to get into Apple repairs, what do I need?


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Hi,

I want to get into Apple sales and repair (mainly the computer side, ipod repair maybe down the road) and I was wondering what type of courses I can take to achieve this? I have over 10 years experience with PC's and Windows, but since everyone practices with Windows and not Apple, I want to turn the tide. Are there any technicians out there now that could point me in the right direction?

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You should probably start here:

http://train.apple.com/certification/acdt (desktop)

http://train.apple.com/certification/acpt (portable)

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