I became Microsoft certified in 1996, I have worked mainly as a Microsoft Trainer both in applications and technical. I am a Microsoft Certified Professional. Certified Trainer and an MCSE. I also teach CompTIA A+ and am a certified CompTIA Trainer.
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I am a Microsoft Office Master in Office 2007 but am also at home with Office 2010. I achieved 100% when passing the Microsoft Word exam so I suppose that is my best application but I love to train Excel.
I have also trained Microsoft Access (2003) and Microsoft Project (2003) and also enjoy...
I offer a Training Service, I am Microsoft certified Trainer and Office Master in Microsoft Office 2007 and although not yet Certified for Microsoft Office 2010 the Skills are the same.
I am a Microsoft Certified systems engineer and as such:
I am also proficient at Computer builds, software install and updates, small network installations
I can support networks, i.e. desktop support for users, some hardware support and some network trouble shooting. I am also able to do some server Administration i.e. user setup in exchange, user and computer setup in Server 2003, 2008. I can also do things such as set audits on objects in a domain, set NTFS permissions on groups and users so as to restrict access to certain objects i.e. printers, folders etc.
Although I am not proficient in SQLServer or Sharepoint Server I have setup a Windows Server 2008 R2 running SQLServer 2005 and Sharepoint Server 2007 up and running now.
I was IT / Project Manager for a small local organisation where I built a training network consisting of: Small Business Server 2003, 10 computers dual booting to Windows XP and Windows 7 running Office XP and Office 2007. Each Training machine had it's own account and could use email to mail out via the exhange setup. I also setup the router to act as a DHCP server creating address pools and static addresses for workstations, servers and router.
I eventually set the organisation up as a Microsoft IT Academy in association Certiport with Andrew Griggs at...
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