Take advantage of Toronto's technology boom. Acquire MTA Certifications to improve your job pro
Toronto ranks highest in tech jobs growth in Canada, U.S.
Move over Silicon Valley! A report by the CBRE Group said Toronto added 82,100 technology-related jobs between 2012 and 2017 to beat out the San Francisco Bay Area for the spot by about 4,270 jobs. Read More.
A great way to validate your technology skills, start a career in technology, and/or advance your career within the industry is by acquiring your Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certifications.
Who should consider MTA Courses and Certifications?
Technology is an extremely vast industry with a number of viable career disciplines. If you think back to when you were a kid, we changed our minds constantly about what we wanted to do when we grew up. Many of us changed our minds constantly through our college years as we started a career path and later decided this was not for us. MTA courses and certifications are a more cost effective way to learn the fundamentals and acquire the proper designations to help you qualify for a job in various technology disciplines.
If you are looking to validate your skills, advance your career, or start a new IT career path the MTA courses and certifications would be a great option for you!
What MTA Pathways are Available?
You can choose from a number of MTA certification paths, depending on your career objectives. If you enjoy working with hardware and software then the IT Infrastructure track is your first choice. If you are interested in databases there is a database track. If learning software development is your passion there is a development track available as well. Click below to learn more about each pathway.
What is the value of becoming MTA certified?
The MTA Certifications is Globally recognized and will provide you with the proper designations improve your opportunities for employment.
According to the following surveys:
86% of hiring managers indicate IT certifications are a high or medium priority during the candidate evaluation process. (CompTIA, Employer Perceptions of IT Training and Certification)
91% of hiring managers consider certification as part of their hiring criteria. (Microsoft, Microsoft Certification Program Satisfaction Study)
In a survey of 700 IT networking professionals, 60 percent said certification led to a new job. (Network World and SolarWinds, IT Networking Study)