Hey all! So in High School, we all took the ACA exam for InDesign and Photoshop and I got certified, however, it was under my school email that I got certified in those Adobe products and now that I'm older and that email has been disabled by the school, I can't access those certifications. I suppose I could just redo the certification but I'd rather not if I don't have to. I'm currently in college and building my resume and having my certifications would really help.
Have you contacted the training center that administered the exams?
I think it's nice that you had the opportunity to do it but honestly nobody will ever ask you to show them your ACA certificates. In the grand scheme of things, ACA doesn't mean much. It merely says you prepared for and passed a test in a particular version of a particular software. It won't even get you a teaching job at an Adobe certified training center. For that, you need to pass the experts (ACE) exam. So don't be too discouraged if you're not able to get hold of those certificates. Your diploma means a lot more.
Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media