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New MCT Programme for 2001-2002


From 1st October 2001 – 30th September 2002, all new and existing Microsoft Trainers (MCT’s) will have to complete the following in order to retain their MCT status:

1. Show proof of technical skills by achieving and maintaining a premier certification (MCSE, MCDBA, or MCSD).

2. Show proof of attending a Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) course at an MS CTEC (Microsoft Certified Technical Education Centre). The course must be a minimum of 3 days in length, and have been attended within 12 months of your MCT application date.

3. Provide proof of your instructional/delivery skills. This can be achieved in the UK by passing any one of following:
§ Corporate Learning’s 2 day Trainer Development course and linked MCT (Instructional Skills) assessment
§ The Microsoft Instructional Skills live assessment (Contact Sheila York or E-SkillsNTO)
§ Complete the CTT+ exam/Video assessment – CompTIA’s International, vendor neutral, delivery skills certification

4. Read the MCT guide and complete the MCT application. Submit the application along with all certificates/checklists to the Microsoft Regional Education Centre for processing.

In addition Trainers will now also have to complete the following:

1. Pay an annual fee
2. Earn 20 Continuation Education Credits (CEC’s) – 15 Technical, 5 Instructional by taking exams, attending conferences and seminars
3. Deliver at least 10 days of MOC or MSDN® training courses

Useful contacts:
Microsoft Regional Education Service Centre
Postfach 4000
33414 Verl
Tel: 0800 917 0758
Fax: 0049 5245 88 22 77

Questions to Microsoft
MCT Hotline = 0800 973 031 or 00 353 1 450 2113 Ext. 3.
Email: [email protected]

MCT Guide and application form are at


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