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Preparing For Microsoft Certification

By Alicia Thompson

Training for Microsoft courses is a smart move to take for aspiring IT professionals. A certification in an internationally accepted company is the most desired courses in today’s world. More and more companies look for people who have certification with Microsoft, which is known as the current leading company in the computer software business.

A Microsoft authentication can give an IT professional good lead in the trade because majority of computers and servers run on Microsoft. Because a certificate proves a person’s expertise, he or she can get greater salary package offer and more advantage over other professionals. The certificate also provides access to valuable Microsoft resources and benefits.

If a person wants a Microsoft certificate, he or she must go through training. But before you enroll on a course, check first which type of course you want or require as Microsoft offers several kinds.

A Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist or MCTS course lets individuals to effectively apply, build on, troubleshoot, and sort out a Microsoft technology like Windows OS. MCITP or Microsoft Certified IT Professional training can assist aspiring IT professional form the design and technology decisions to assure successful technology execution projects.

A course on MCDST or Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician grooms IT professionals to show technical and customer service abilities in troubleshoot hardware and software operating troubles, while a training course in Microsoft Certified Administration (MCSA) grooms professionals to administer network and systems environment based on the Windows OS.

A training course to become a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) teaches people to design and implement Windows OS and Server software-based infrastructure solution. MCDBA or Microsoft Certified Database Administrator course coaches an IT professional to design, execute, and administer Microsoft SQL database.

MCPD (Microsoft Certified Professional Developer) and MCAD (Microsoft Certified Application Developer) have like training grounds. MCPD conditions an individual to design, develop, and organize applications for a particular job function, while MCAD grooms individuals to make use of Microsoft technologies to develop and maintain applications, components, and network services based on Microsoft tools and technologies.

Those are just some of the training courses Microsoft provides. Assess which one goes well with your needs best or which one you think is the smartest to take based on your skills and objectives.

If you feel you are set, take the next stage and take an exam to qualify for a certification. Each certification has different requirements; some expect a taker to pass four tests. It may appear like hard work, which it is, but you will harvest the payoffs in the end should you persevere.

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