KCCC Students Earn Adobe Certified Professional Certifications



Pictured (L-R in back row): Jack Woods, Chelsea King, Alex Lovell, Garry Cooper.
Pictured (L-R in front row): Jenni McKean, Danni Burky, Dylan Perkins, Nick Murphy

The Knox County Career Center (KCCC) had 8 students who earned Adobe Certified Professional certifications.

The students who earned the Adobe Certified Professional certifications are from the Digital Media & Software Development program at KCCC. The 8 students are Jack Woods, Chelsea King, Alex Lovell, Garry Cooper, Jenni McKean, Danni Burky, Dylan Perkins, and Nick Murphy.
Adobe has partnered with Certiport, the leader in performance-based testing, to deliver cutting-edge, live-in-the-app exams that allow creators to demonstrate critical skills and help employers find knowledgeable talent. Each Adobe Certified Professional exam reflects collaboration with industry experts, research on workplace demands, and rigorous evaluation.
In order to earn the certification, each student has to pass a proctored exam with no access to learning materials or the Internet. The exam is 50 minutes long and is designed by experts. The exam is integrated with the creative cloud and available online and in person. One hundred fifty (150) hours of experience is recommended to take the exam and there is a 3-year duration per certification. This certification is recognized by the Ohio Department of Education and the Information Technology (IT) industry as a recognized credential.
Information courtesy of the Knox County Career Center