Today, Enterprise State Community College (ESCC) announced participation in the Microsoft Learn for Educators program. With access to the tools and materials included in the program, ESCC will be able to offer courses for students to obtain industry-recognized Microsoft certifications for various technologies.
Microsoft Learn for Educators takes the best of Microsoft Learn online learning paths and supporting instructor-led training materials and brings them into the classroom. Eligible educators and faculty members can access Microsoft’s ready-to-teach curriculum and teaching materials aligned to industry-recognized Microsoft Certifications.
“The ability to earn Microsoft certifications while earning an associate’s degree in computer information science will give ESCC students a competitive advantage”, said Rosalyn Warren, CIS Instructor. “By coupling the expertise and talents of faculty with the technical content available from Microsoft, students will have the opportunity to gain valuable, in-demand skills as well as Microsoft certifications through their school’s curriculum,” said, Rachel Wortman Morris, Ph.D., Future Skills Transformation Lead, Microsoft Worldwide Learning.
This program is empowering students to learn Microsoft technology fundamentals. The embedded certifications augment the CIS program and validate the skills needed to be successful across a variety of technical careers.