Certiport Inc. on Wednesday announced the availability of its
Internet and Computing Core
(IC3) Certification exams for Mac OS X v10.3.4 or higher. The Web-based exams test the “digital literacy skills” of people entering the job market or higher education programs. With this announcement, testing centers offering the IC3 no longer need to use a Windows-based PC for the examinations. Supported browsers include Safari 1.2, Internet Explorer 5.x, Netscape 7.01, Mozilla 1.7 and Camino 0.8.1.
The IC3 certification comprises three of exams that test students in the fundamentals of computer hardware, software and operating system use; demonstrate core competencies in operating key applications; and understanding the basics of living online. Each exam takes less than an hour to complete, according to Certiport. The exams are given at Certiport testing centers worldwide.