Android Certified Trainer

To become an Android certified trainer, you are required to pass the following exams:

1- Android certified Application Developer (exam code: AND-X01).
2- Android Security Essentials (exam code: AND-X20).
3- Android Applications UI/UX Design and Monetization Techniques (exam code: AND-X30).
4- Training Skills for Android ATC Certified Trainer (exam code: AND-400).

If you pass the first three exams above, you will become Android certified application engineer. Then, you need to pass the forth exam (exam code: AND-400) to become an Android certified trainer.

Android certified trainer

When you become an Android certified trainer, you will have the accreditation to teach all Android ATC courses at any Android ATC authorized training center or online training. In addition, you will have access on the Android ATC download center so you may have access to download the lessons code files, labs code files, PowerPoint slides, and other training materials.
 

Exam Preparation
To prepare for the exam, you may follow one of the following ways:

1- Android ATC Authorized Training Centers
Get the proper training on all available courses through our authorized training partners around the globe. Our partners provide the latest curriculum of Android ATC courses and adhere to our high training standards. Preparing for your certifications through our training partners ensures that you get the best combination of theoretical and practical knowledge required for successful IT jobs. Our training curriculum provides hand-on experience through a set of practical labs for each Android topic covered. To locate the nearest authorized training center, click here.

2- Self-Study
You may choose to study the course on your own by ordering the self-study e-book from the Android ATC Web site. To order the self-study e-books, kindly click the “SELF STUDY” tab of Android ATC web site and place your e-book orders. For more details, click here.

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