Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Program delivered at North Metropolitan TAFE generates opportunities for students to succeed in the future digital workplace.
North Metropolitan TAFE are a government funded and regulated training provider who meet the highest standards. With 117 years of training, they have plenty of experience in getting learners ready for the workplace by equipping students with vital practical skills demanded by employers across their ten campuses in Perth, Western Australia. Each campus has the technology, equipment and facilities needed to focus on making graduates job-ready.
Recognising the traditional employment system in Australia is changing dramatically, North Metropolitan TAFE are focused on generating opportunities for current and future workforces by equipping students with digital skills and building competencies. With an impressive number of over 80% of students obtaining jobs after completing their qualifications, North Metropolitan TAFE offer only the best courses ensuring this reputation continues.
As IT constantly expands and evolves, one of the most important components is networking. North Metropolitan TAFE have successfully embedded and deliver Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification program to their students to learn and validate their skills in networking fundamentals.
The MTA credential allows successful candidates to begin a learning pathway towards a career in IT across many different industries. Having an MTA credential also allows students to stand out from their peers and to employers across the world.
Mark Buttsworth (IT Lecturer, North Metropolitan TAFE) highlights MTA success: “We see the MTA qualification as a pre-cursor and the best stepping stone to progressing people on an IT career pathway. A globally recognised accreditation from Microsoft in combination with TAFE qualifications greatly improves student employability. We’re placing our students above others when joining the future workforce”.
Peter O’Doherty (Market Development Manager, Prodigy Learning) added “It’s clear that Australia’s future economic success is dependent on a digital-ready workforce. We are keen to equip those wanting to enter the future workforce with the necessary digital skills and credentials to succeed”.