Microsoft Certification
  
  
   Microsoft certification assists global organizations in identifying individuals with proven abilities to implement, support and use Microsoft technologies available today. Microsoft provides two levels of certification: Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) that include multiple certification tracks within both of these certification areas.

MCP certification is recognized by IT professionals worldwide as a mark of quality and a guaranteed level of competency in software skills. The program is one of the IT industry's most comprehensive for assessing and maintaining software-related skills. MOUS certification sets the first global standard for desktop productivity across Microsoft® Office applications. www.teachmeit.com provides comprehensive e-learning programs for most MCP and MOUS certification tracks.

Follow these steps to become MCP/MOUS certified

To become a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) or Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS), you need to pass a Microsoft certification exam or a series of exams. Follow these steps to help you prepare for an exam:
  • Visit the MCP website for up-to-minute information at www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/default.asp and choose the certification you plan to pursue. For MOUS certification, visit www.mous.net for the latest information and choose the appropriate certification for your needs.
  • Choose the appropriate training you need from www.teachmeit.com and apply your skills in a real-world environment. Use and know the Microsoft product you are learning. Hands-on experience is a prerequisite for passing an MCP exam.
  • Take and pass the certification exams. MCP exams are available worldwide at www.vue.com/ms/ and at www.2test.com. MOUS exams are available through www.DesktopIQ.com. For more information on Authorized Testing Centers for MOUS exams, please visit the MOUS web site at www.mous.net.
  
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