Free Microsoft certification testing opportunity

Prodigy Learning is running a free online testing opportunity in Microsoft Certified Educator and Microsoft Office Specialist certifications in June. This offer is arising from the Faculty of Law and Business’s initiative of curriculum-embedded Microsoft certification to equip our students with skills highly sought after by employers. It is open to all staff.

Microsoft Certified Educator

Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE) is a professional development program that bridges the gap between technology skills and innovative teaching. Educators holding an MCE certification can prove they have the skills needed to provide rich, customised learning experiences for their students that incorporate critical 21st century skills using Microsoft tools.

The learning content for the MCE certification is free and can be accessed on Microsoft Learn.

Microsoft Office Specialist

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification is the world’s most recognised computing qualification for proving a person’s skills and abilities in Microsoft’s Office applications. Earning MOS certification can help you increase your productivity and value to your organisation by having better knowledge of today’s essential business tools within Microsoft Office. MOS certification is recognised by industry and employers worldwide.

A free practice test for MOS will be available once you sign up and can be used as the learning and practice for this certification.

When: 6 and 7 June 2022

Who can register: Academic and professional staff

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