Apple experts have announced an intensive session to learn how to use Mac OS X 10.5 in the United Kingdom for June, which suggests that they will work on the final version of the product or on a version very close to the final one.
The training event will take place between June 13 and 21, 2007, and is being announced as by Apple Training Europe and Amsys, in accordance with official Apple certifications. The training sessions provide Apple’s professional technicians from all over Europe with enough training to enable attendees to successfully tackle future product renewals that Apple will carry out shortly.
“It is expected that it is the first Apple Certified System Administrator (ACSA) or Apple Certified Systems Administrator that is available for Mac OS X 10.5”, as explained by the companies involved.
Amsys will conduct training and provide an Apple Certified Technical Coordinator (ACTC) certification. The full course is priced at £ 1,967 (just under € 3,000) and includes air travel, hotel accommodation, all meals, all training materials and exam fees.
To add even more weight to the possible release of Mac OS X Leopard in late spring, Amazon.com has published information on various Leopard-based guides from various authors including: Scott Kelby, David Pogue, and Andy Ihnatko. All of these books have been announced and their release is scheduled for June.