Via the University of Trinidad and Tobago’s (UTT) press release:
“The University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT) has partnered with Apple Computer of Cupertino, California to become the first official Apple Authorized Training Center for Education (AATCE) in the Caribbean.
The Apple Authorized Training Center for Education (AATCE) programme provides unique benefits to schools that use Apple professional applications in their academic curriculum. The AATCE programme provides the opportunity for schools to offer students not only a proven curriculum, but also the additional benefit of Apple Certification. UTT now joins a network of over 700 Apple Authorized Training Centers worldwide.
…..In the first course to be offered by UTT, students will test their mastery of Logic Pro X – Apple’s leading music production software suite…The course will be delivered by Martin Raymond – Programme Leader for Music Technology and the only Apple Certified Trainer in Logic Pro in the Caribbean region. UTT hopes to expand the programme to include training in all of Apple’s professional applications including Final Cut Pro, Motion and DVD Studio Pro while delivering short courses especially designed for teachers and other educators in the fields of Information Technology and the Creative Arts”