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free Microsoft Webinar Classes- by MCT, Office Master 03,07,10

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)' started by valeriechen, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. valeriechen

    valeriechen Bit Poster

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    No matter which part of the world you are in, finding a job is not easy.

    You may doubt on how much I know about office applications. I may not know much more than you, but I do know a thing or two on how to pass the office certification exams.

    - I passed 19 Microsoft Office exams in about 19 months. (attending school full time)
    - I am not certified master in 2003, 2007, 2010
    - I took and passed the following Beta (free exams, and no practice tests) Word 07 Expert, Word 10 Expert, PowerPoint 2010, Outlook 2010, Access 2010.
    - I took and passed 3 Office exams in 1 day. Word 03 expert, Outlook 03 (968/1000) and PowerPoint 03 (970/1000)

    Want to check my transcript to verify?

    www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/transcripts.
    transcript 890484
    password: 12345678

    Now you can take a free class to learn how I did it.

    http://www.nrclc.com/live_online_training.html
     
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  2. dmarsh

    dmarsh Terabyte Poster

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    Come back when you've mastered VBA, Word Automation and the MS Word COM Interfaces and then I'll take you seriously.

    Really you're doing great for a 14 year old, but often you come across as a little precocious...
     
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  3. Modey

    Modey Terabyte Poster

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    More self promotion thinly disguised as 'helping' people. Cool. :)

    Perhaps you can advertise your classes on some kind of charity phone in as well?

    edit: Hang on, it's not thinly disguised really is it? :)
     
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  4. Apexes

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    When i was 14, i was out playing football, causing trouble - go do that instead cos you aint got much time to do that rather than doing 19 exams in 19 months.

    With all due respect, people are not going to want to attend a "Webinar" ran by a 14 year old - i certainly wouldn't, and i can't think of many credible companies that would either.
     
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  5. JonnyMX

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    Wait, you're not, or you are?
     
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  6. michael78

    michael78 Terabyte Poster

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    Guys don't take this the wrong way but remember she is only 14 and we are adults (never thought I would hear myself say that). I think what she has achieved at 14 is great. Personally I think she should be out playing with her friends at 14 than passing exams but it's her choice. If she is self promoting too much then report the post. I just think at 14 she is still a kid and having adults berate her is a bit wrong.
     
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  7. dmarsh

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    Agreed Valerie has commitment and deadication rare in many people, let alone many 14 year olds, I commend her for that, well done Valerie! :)

    However she still remains a child.

    I may be wrong on this but to me being a teacher or instructor is a great responsibility, its about more than just repeating recently learned facts, its about imparting wisdom, you can't get said wisdom without a certain amount of real world application and experience of the ideas. Thats why to me the best teachers are often older individuals with a lot of life experience as well as specific experience relevant to the subject being taught.

    Valerie can spend her time as she chooses, its great Valerie wants to help people, but to me obtaining a few certs and the MCT status means nothing as to proving she is a suitable teacher.

    Like I said if you want to prove what an expert you are with office, master VBA, master the Excel SDK, master word automation, master COM and the COM API's for Office. If you can do that people really will have to take you seriously and you probably will be able to land a decent job when old enough.

    After a few years of doing such jobs then you can think about being a trainer having gained some experience in the trenches, otherwise what have you got to base your advice on ? Other peoples opinions ?
     
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    Here's my free class on how to pass all those exams.

    Get specific study materials in, allocate some hours in the week to learning, check in here when you get stuck. Book exams, pass exams. Tadaaaaah.
     
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  9. michael78

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    I agree with what your saying I personally wouldn't want to be taught by a 14 year old.
     
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  10. JonnyMX

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    As I have said before, I'm very impressed with Valerie's achievements to date.

    I've got no idea how good she is as a teacher, never having attended one of her classes. Maybe she makes up with youthful enthusiasm what she lacks in life experience? Might be a lot to be said for that. :biggrin

    Having said that, I don't think that being good at something is something you can, or should, rush into. Being the youngest or the first isn't always being the best. I've been teaching/training for a long time now and I still find myself 'challenged' at times in the classroom! :blink

    My only real beef is that if anyone else just visited this forum purely to promote themselves or their products, without offering any other kind of contribution, they would be accused of being spammers.

    But the rules aren't mine to make.
     
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  11. BosonMichael
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    This. Just because she is young doesn't mean she should be exempt from forum rules.
     
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  12. Modey

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    I did.
     
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