Why should you become a Microsoft Certified Trainer?Ninety-three percent of US companies say they are “not where they want to be” in terms of IT skills (CompTIA, State of the IT Skills Gap, February 2012)
Eighty-six percent of hiring managers factor in certifications when making hiring decisions. (CompTIA, Employer Perceptions of IT Training and Certification, January 2011)
Four out of five IT managers believe effective training is critical to the success of a project. (IDC, MarketScape, Worldwide IT Education and Training Vendor Analysis, February 2012)
As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, you need to earn a Microsoft Certification validating your experience and knowledge in using Microsoft products and solutions for each course you deliver.