To earn a Microsoft Office Specialist Master

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  1. I am Certified Microsoft Office Specialist Master and would like to know what
    would be the best avenue to earn a Microsoft Office Specialist Master
    Instructor Certification, I have no previous teaching experience, I'm located
    in Canada and I have searched for Schools that offer the "Train-the-Trainer"
    course but was not sucessfull.
    Any information/ sugestions will be apreciated
    Thanks
    Cristina
     
    =?Utf-8?B?Q3Jpc3RpbmE=?=, Jan 12, 2006
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  2. I've been Master Instructor Certified for about 8 years now. I suggest you
    start at Certiport.com's website to see exactly what they want you to pass
    and suggested study material. Since they wrote the test it's only common
    sense. I read one of the posts that told you to get MeasureUP practice
    tests. They pale in comparison to SelfTest.com's practice tests. They are
    timed and have twice as many questions and if you'll remember the Master and
    Core tests you don't know if you pass until the end it's the same here. Then
    you can go back and look at the questions you were not correct about and use
    their "training tools" to help you get the answers. They cost about 25
    dollars each the more you buy the lower the over all price is. Say you
    bought all the tests that made you Master Certified...the first would be 25
    the second 22 and so on. The very best thing about SelfTest.com is that they
    guarantee that if you get between 85% and 100% on the practice tests and fail
    the real thing they will pay for your second test. That's how good the
    product is. I suggest it to all my students who are going for Certification.
    I've been teaching 8 years now, Master for 8 and Master Instructor for 6.5.
    I've had many jobs, IT support, tech support, Network Admin. and Onsite PC
    Doctor...I must say though I enjoy teaching the most. There is nothing in
    the world to describe the feeling you get when one of your students walks
    across the stage to give their validictorian speech. Mind you I'm proud of
    all of them, my little birdies, but I have produced 5 validitorians. It
    makes you feel good and proud of them. Any questions feel free to contact me
    via email. I'd give you my work address but I'm afraid I
    blocked all non Intranet emails as there were way to many questionable jokes
    going in and out of our LAN. By the way I teach Office Administration and
    basic Networking. Trust me when I say girl...I teach above and beyond MS
    Office. There is my least favorite QuickBooks and I'm in that MOD now.
    Almost done though...my students are pooling their monies to buy some gas and
    matches and we'll have us a bookburning. If you need anything at all, any
    questions, any lesson plans....see how confident I am that you'll pass, write
    me. I check my yahoo account about twice a week. Four email accounts I
    don't have time to check every day. Remember www.selftest.com they and your
    brain are your best chance of succeeding. Also I studied a few books by
    Microsoft that Certiport suggested. You'll do it!!!!
    Deborah Jean

    "Cristina" wrote:

    > I am Certified Microsoft Office Specialist Master and would like to know what
    > would be the best avenue to earn a Microsoft Office Specialist Master
    > Instructor Certification, I have no previous teaching experience, I'm located
    > in Canada and I have searched for Schools that offer the "Train-the-Trainer"
    > course but was not sucessfull.
    > Any information/ sugestions will be apreciated
    > Thanks
    > Cristina
    >
     
    =?Utf-8?B?RGVib3JhaCBKZWFu?=, Jan 15, 2006
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