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Any MCPs fancy a bit of tutoring?

Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by Tresham College Jon, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. Tresham College Jon

    Tresham College Jon New Member

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    I need a tutor to deliver MCSA 2274/75 to a small group of dedicated, highly intelligent learners 2 evenings per week in Wellingborough.

    The pay and conditions are excellent but you will have a very tough act to follow as previous tutors have been this forum's own stalwarts Ken and Dom. Both of whom are in far too much demand for my taste :rolleyes:

    Who knows - this could be the start of a whole new career in teaching/training. If anyone tried it and really liked it and wanted to go further I would make a full teacher training course available to them as well as opportunities for further IT training within the college.

    I have a plan to elevate the status of Tresham college technical IT training to world beating status which will mean offering a much larger range of courses than we curently do.

    Start date is very very soon. Contact me or reply to this thread. You know you want to.....
     
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  3. Tinus1959

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    Officially a MCP is not allowed to give lecture using MOC material. The numbers given point in that direction. You need a MCT for that.
     
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    Just to say, that I have enjoyed teaching the MCSA/MCSE modules at Tresham. I've had to put this on hold, at least for a year, due to my wife not being fully recovered from the car accident last year and my 1 year old son :)

    Tresham uses MOAC material and not MOC material (unless it's changed since summer), there's a slight difference in material.

    I'm not putting words in Jon's (or Tresham's) mouth, but you may even qualify (after a fixed period of time, I believe it's two years) for the IC3 Authorised Instructor's cert or the MCT cert* :)

    -Ken

    *please don't quote me, I will not be held responsible for any mis-understandings. And I do not speak for Tresham Institute.
     
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    Well, you worked there, so you would know, but if I do a search on the MOAC home-page for material 2274 I get 0 results. The code 2274 and 2275 are typically for MOC.
    I will not hold you responsable.
     
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    Thanks mate :lol:

    Not sure why but Tresham kept the MOC course codes from when the original MCSA/MCSE lecturer was there, he was (maybe still is) a MCT - he was also the IT Services Manager back when I worked there full time as a tech... that's going back a few years.

    I guess it would have made sense to keep the codes as I was going for MCT status and was going to request the MOC material again, but my personal circumstances changed and I didn't follow my application thru due to my current break :)

    -Ken
     
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