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MCT clarifications Please RRS feed

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  • I am hoping somebody can clarify a couple of questions I have in regards to MCT. I have asked a question on here once before and the answers I received were very helpful, but I am having a hard time figuring out exactly what a couple of the requirements are for MCT. I have searched Microsoft several times and clicked on several links, once again, it seems like I am going in circles. Any help would be appreciated. I figure it best that I just paste my email that I sent to MCThelp. I tried to be as specific as I can with my questions.

    Thanks in advance.---Rhonda

    Here is the email with my questions:

    I would like to become eligible to be a Microsoft Certification Trainer, but I need some clarifications. According to the website it states, Provide evidence of your employment status with an accredited academic institution which is listed as one out of the four options one can use to demonstrate instructional presentation skills. I do work at a community college as an Instructor which I work with students that take courses in Microsoft Office 2007. Can you tell me what do I need to show as proof? Or is this not acceptable as proof?

     

    I was also reviewing the fees. My goal is to be able teach/train others on Microsoft Office. To be able to do this do I pay the fee for MCTs who deliver Microsoft information worker courses only for $150 or would it be the other which is $400?

     

    I did pass all of the certification exams and obtained my Microsoft Office 2007 Master. I appreciate any help/advice that you may have to offer.

     


    RLarity
    Sunday, March 6, 2011 12:07 AM

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  • Hi Rhonda,

    Sorry to hear you have not had a reply from you emails.  I tend to phone and get an instant response.

    Hope this helps,

    Ozzy Geoff

    MCT

    • Marked as answer by Kittycat3_765 Wednesday, March 16, 2011 2:09 AM
    Tuesday, March 8, 2011 10:41 AM

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