If Anyone Could Do It…

There is an old saying: Those who can, do… those who can’t, teach.  We will get back to that in a bit.I work in an industry where ongoing training is a part of life.  If I had rested on my laurels when I got my first few senior certifications, I would be searching the Help... Continue Reading →

MCT Regional Lead

It was a great honour to be selected as the MCT Regional Lead for Canada for the inaugural year of that program (See article).  I like to say that the MCT Regional Lead program spent the first year figuring out what it was going to be.  I was thrilled to be a part of that.... Continue Reading →

Benefits of Being a MCT

Over the past few weeks there has been a lot of talk about the benefits that MCTs receive from Microsoft.  This conversation comes up every now and again, often because changes are being made or Microsoft Learning is reevaluating the benefits.  The most recent flare in the discussion was caused by the July 1st announcement... Continue Reading →

MCT Regional Lead

Today a new program was announced by Microsoft Learning.  The MCT Regional Leads will be a liaison between the Microsoft Certified Trainers in their region and MSL.  a call for applications went out in August, and the Leads were announced today.  Melissa Bathum and Veronica Sopher asked me to record a short video for the... Continue Reading →

Wanna be an MCT? Read on!

I cannot count how many people have come to me and asked how they could become a Microsoft Certified Trainer(MCT).  I have said many times that I consider it among my most valuable credentials, and well worth the yearly fee.  If you are one of those who would like to become one, then read on…... Continue Reading →

Renewing my MCT

According to my MS Learning Transcript I became a Microsoft Certified Trainer in July of 2006.  Unlike professional certifications, the MCT credential has to be renewed on a yearly basis, and on March 15th this year I renewed again.  It is actually fairly simple, as long as you haven’t done anything to mess it up. ... Continue Reading →

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