In this post, we will see what are the updates Microsoft is planning in terms of Microsoft certification and exams. Some of these information are shared by Microsoft Ignite 2019.
New Microsoft Exams and Certifications Offered
Microsoft continues investing in role-based training and certifications. Users will find a new certification type, specialty, and eight new Microsoft Certifications. This will be covering a range of skills and concepts needed for specific cloud-focused job roles.
Microsoft Learn and updated instructor-led training content are a part of Microsoft’s shift from product-based to role-focused training. This helps to equip workers for positions in an ever-changing tech environment.
Since making the change last year, we have introduced over 20 new certifications for positions ranging from beginner to expert level.
Get started with Microsoft 365 learning pathways today at https://aka.ms/M365LPDocs
Ignite 2019 – Certification Related Sessions
- Nine-and-a-half years without certification
- Microsoft Certification 101
- AZ-900 | Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
- Certification and training roadmap: Data and AI
- THR2208 – Certification and training roadmap: Microsoft 365
- THR2207 – Certification and training roadmap: Data and AI
- THR2206 – Certification and training roadmap: Azure apps and infrastructure
What is Microsoft Learn?
Microsoft Learn is a free, online training platform that provides interactive learning for Microsoft products. Microsoft learn is a platform where create and share collections of training. Users can create, manage and share custom collections of training on Microsoft Learn.
Microsoft’s goal is to help you become proficient on our technologies with fun, guided, hands-on, interactive content that’s specific to your role and goals.
How much does it cost?
Microsoft Learn is a completely free, open training platform available to anyone who has an interest to learn about Microsoft products.
This experience will allow them to develop personalized learning plans and track their progress. All users, with no restrictions, can create, name and manage their collections on Microsoft Learn. All they need to do is sign up for a profile to get started.
Microsoft Learn is the Centralized Hub for Certifications
Information about Microsoft Certifications is moving to Microsoft Learn and it makes easier for users to choose the best approach for them.
When prepping for a certification exam, users can choose hands-on interactive training on Microsoft Learn or training with an instructor.
Microsoft Learn displays modules and learning paths relevant to each certification, making it easy to find everything users need in one place.
Microsoft Certification List
- Course List – https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/course-list.aspx
- Certification Path – https://query.prod.cms.rt.microsoft.com/cms/api/