Microsoft Certified Trainer

Thanks to Michele Bustamante and Helen (UCSD); I have recently received notifications that my application for MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) has been accepted. Here is My MCT Profile

With access to MOC cirriculum and Microsoft Knowledge Nexus, I hope it would help my development and teaching experiences to be richer and more effective.

Alright, so now who is up for getting trained 🙂


4 thoughts on “Microsoft Certified Trainer

  1. Microsoft Certified Trainers meet stringent certification requirements. They also receive many valuable benefits, including free access to the complete library of Official Microsoft Learning Products; substantial discounts on exams, books, and Microsoft products; members-only newsgroups and online community resources; and invitations to exclusive events and programs.

  2. Before you apply to become a Microsoft Certified Trainer, you must acquire either an MCP or a Microsoft Dynamics credential for the MCT Program. To demonstrate that you possess instructional presentation skills, you must have completed at least one of the following requirements: Achieve the Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) certification from CompTIA, Attend and pass an instructional presentation skills or train-the-trainer course taught by an approved Microsoft training provider.

  3. these are the following requirements 1. Earn an accepted Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) or Microsoft Business Solutions/Microsoft Dynamics credential
    2. Prove your instructional presentation skills
    3. Obtain a Metrics that Matter (MTM) ID
    4. Apply to become an MCT and pay the annual fee

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