Certiport’s Adobe Certified Associate World Championship is a global competition that identifies and honors the next generation of design professionals using Adobe software.
In 2014, one student, with the highest score in an eligible Adobe Certified Associate Photoshop exam will be invited to represent the UK & Ireland and compete in the final round of the Championship in Anaheim, California from July 27th to July 30th.
Least year, the inaugural year of the ACA World Championship, saw great participation from across the UK & Ireland with Brian Males from Coventry University ultimately representing the region at the World Championship in Washington D.C.
Update (8th July): UK & Ireland Champion Announced
The 2014 Champion, to represent the UK & Ireland at the Adobe Certified Associate World Championship has been confirmed as Lesley McConnell who achieved her Adobe Certified Associate certification at Academy Class.
Congratulations to Lesley and the team at Academy Class on this great achievement and we look forward to seeing Lesley fly the flag for the U.K. in Anaheim later this summer!
Prodigy Learning would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our Customers (and their Students) who participated in the 2nd ACA World Championship in the U.K. – there was great participation and some very high scores so well done to all involved!
ACA World Championship Prizes
The UK & Ireland winner will win the TRIP OF A LIFETIME to CALIFORNIA, USA and the chance to compete for the World Championship (which comes with a top prize of up to $5,000 USD)! Visit the ACA World Championship website for more information.
To participate*, students must take and pass an Adobe Certified Associate Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop exam by June 1, 2014. The UK & Ireland winner will be chosen using the “top-score method” (highest exam score and lowest exam-taking time).
*Terms and Conditions apply. For full Terms and Conditions of local UK & Ireland competition please email email@example.com. To compete in the final round of the Championship, students must be enrolled in an approved, accredited learning institution and be 13 to 22 years of age (as of June 15, 2014).