To become Microsoft certified you must pass the authorized exam(s).
There are Microsoft certifications for desktop applications (end-user / business user) and for technical programs. Though no specific training is required, Microsoft advises the best way to prepare for a certification exam is by having hands-on experience with the technology.
Earning a professional certification shows you are keeping pace with today’s technology. Skill up, prove your expertise to employers and peers, and get recognition and advancement opportunities by earning Microsoft certification.
For the IT/Developer technologies, Microsoft is rolling out new Role-based Certifications. The new certification model is based on three tiers of expertise: Fundamentals, Associate, and Expert.
The new credentials are expected to replace MTA, MCSA, MCSE and MCSD certifications as they are released (by product). ONLC will be updating information on our web site as details become available from Microsoft. Please contact an ONLC Advisor at our toll free number with any questions or for updates.
ONLC Training Centers is a Microsoft Learning Partner. We've been helping candidates prep for certification ever since Microsoft first introduced their professional certifications. Ready yourself for Microsoft certification with either of these course formats:
IMPORTANT: Microsoft is rolling out Role-based Certfications for technical products. The new certification model is based on three tiers of expertise: Fundamentals, Associate, and Expert. See overview of Microsoft's new certifications.
The new certifications are replacing MTA, MCSA, MCSE and MCSD credentials. Microsoft is retiring many of the authorized courses and exams in the former certification model. Transition exams might be available for a limited time to candidates who have only completed part of an MCSA, MCSE or MCSD certification path. If no transition option is available, per Microsoft such individuals should still take the original required exam(s) to complete their MCSA, MCSE or MCSD certification, but do so quickly as all affected exams are expected to be retired within six (6) months of the new exam availability.
New Microsoft Role-based Certifications Released for:
MCSA / MCSE / MCSD Certifications:
Microsoft's MCSA, MCSE and MCSD certifications align to industry-recognized areas of competence and provide flexibility to showcase your specific skills on Microsoft products and services, including:
Microsoft certification is an industry standard that's recognized worldwide. It can help you get noticed and move forward quickly in your career. Technical-level Microsoft credentials include:
MCSA / MCSE Certification Bundles
We've bundled together the authorized classes, exam prep software and exam vouchers at a great savings to help you prepare for MCSA or MCSE certification. Some MCSA Bundles are as little as $1,698 with the MCSE just $644 more! Find out more
Authorized Microsoft Classes at ONLC Training Centers
ONLC is a Microsoft Learning Partner. Instructor-led Microsoft technical classes use authorized materials and are taught by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).
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Our advisors can answer questions you may have about classes and vendor certification programs to help you select the training that is right for you. For assistance, contact our Education Advisors toll free in the USA at 1.800.288.8221 (8am-6pm Eastern).
Assurance Vouchers Accepted Here
ONLC accepts Microsoft Software Assurance (SA) Vouchers on approved classes. These vouchers can be redeemed for official Microsoft courses created for the IT professional or developer audience as instructor-led training (ILT) or On-Demand (self-study). Learn more and view approved classes.
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