Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Program delivered at North Metropolitan TAFE generates opportunities for students to succeed in the future digital workplace.
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Success Stories
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Program helps TAFE NSW students build entry level workforce technology skills.
UTC Reading is a University Technical College, an innovative new approach to learning for 14 – 19year olds, offering specialist programmes in Computer Science or Engineering, alongside traditional subjects, English, Maths and Science. UTC Reading, rated Outstanding in...
Belfast Met is the largest further and Higher Education College in Northern Ireland and one of the largest in the UK. Founded in 1906 and with some 37,000 student enrolments, Belfast Met works at a strategic level in providing education, training and skills to...
Formed in 2009, QA Apprenticeships is part of QA – the UK’s leading learning business. They are the first IT apprenticeships business to be rated Ofsted Outstanding in all areas.
University of Ulster (Northern Ireland) received the Prodigy Learning Centre of Excellence Award in October 2014 for delivering over 250 Microsoft Technology Associate certification exams in the past year. MTA has been embedded in a number of their degree programmes.
UTC Reading is an exciting new University Technical College which opened in September 2013. 10 students from the UTC Reading became the first students in the UK to become Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) in Microsoft Office 2013.
JBC Computer Training is one of the leading providers of IT Training in the Midlands. They have been offering Technical IT Training Courses in the Coventry area for over 20 years. JBC work with Prodigy Learning to offer MTA certification to their learners.
Birmingham City University is one of the largest universities in the UK, with approximately 23,500 students from 80 different countries. The University became a Prodigy Learning Centre of Excellence by delivering more than 900 MOS and MTA exams between 2012 and 2013.