Webucator has introduced a new method to help its clients reach their established Microsoft certification goals. The company puts forward a detailed index of Microsoft certification courses. They have all been organized in accordance to particular certification paths and their associated courses. In addition, Webucator has arranged for a certification webinar during which attendees can learn and get advice from Microsoft Certified Trainers.
Microsoft’s Certification Training Index
A wide variety of Microsoft certification paths are available for users such as SQL, .Net, SharePoint etc. Underneath every path, different Microsoft Official Courses are listed which will facilitate the applicant to get ready for the certification exam. Exam links have also been provided to give further aid to visitors.
The Microsoft Certification Training Directory being offered by Webucator can be viewed here: http://www.webucator.com/certification/microsoft-certification-training/
Microsoft Certification Webinar
The hour long webinar will give the members a free and quick paced look into Microsoft Certifications. They will cover the essentials of the certification procedure, how it will aid the participant’s career and go through 2 real life based case studies. The webinar will be presented by 2 Webucator Microsoft Certified Trainers who have fruitfully cleared their certification exams.
The webinar is planned for May 5th, 2011, 1:00pm-2:00pm ET.
Registration for the webinar is open. http://www.webucator.com/webinars/microsoft-certifications-101-an-overview-plus-tips-from-microsoft-certified-trainers.cfm
Bruce Gordon, MCT, MCPD, MCTS: Mr. Gordon is a Microsoft Certified Trainer who gives lectures on ASP.NET, ADO.NET, XML Web services, SharePoint and other Microsoft products. He has been a Certified Trainer since 1995.
Christopher Reed, MCT, MCPD, MCITP, MCTS: Mr. Reed has been working on .NET since it was released. He teaches many classes but primarily focuses on .NET for C# and Visual Basic.
Webucator is the champion in providing companies and individuals with technical and business training opportunities. They offer business and technical training online and on-site. The trainings offered include Microsoft certification training, Microsoft training and many others. Over fifty percent of the Fortune 100 companies have received training from Webucator and their list of references goes well over a thousand volunteered customers.
Webucator holds a GSA contract and is also a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning (CPLS). More information regarding the company can be obtained from their website: http://www.webucator.com/