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want to do mcse course

Discussion in 'General Microsoft Certifications' started by alkesh, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. alkesh

    alkesh New Member

    i want to an mcse course, i live in rugby (UK)CV21 1LJ.i want an instructor led course.can any tell me where my nearest good training centre is and the cost of the course if known.i would very grateful for the info.
  2. Josiahb

    Josiahb Gigabyte Poster

    I'd suggest getting in touch with local colleges may be your best bet.
    Certifications: A+, Network+, MCDST, ACA – Mac Integration 10.10
  3. Modey

    Modey Terabyte Poster

    I think there is a Pitman training in Coventry, they may be able to help with information etc...
    Certifications: A+, N+, MCP, MCDST, MCSA 2K3, MCTS, MOS, MTA, MCT, MCITP:EDST7, MCSA W7, Citrix CCA, ITIL Foundation
    WIP: Nada
  4. michael78

    michael78 Terabyte Poster

    If your going to do the MCSE I would make sure your prepared for a lot of work doing the 7 exams. Even with instructor led course it will be very very expensive through private training company so as pointed out look for a collage if possible as they will be a lot cheaper. Depending on your IT experience you might be best off doing A+ & Network+ first to learn the basics and work your way up to MCSE as it's a huge amount of work and info to take onboard.
    Certifications: A+ | Network+ | Security+ | MCP | MCDST | MCTS: Hyper-V | MCTS: AD | MCTS: Exchange 2007 | MCTS: Windows 7 | MCSA: 2003 | ITIL Foundation v3 | CCA: Xenapp 5.0 | MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Administrator on Windows 7 | MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Support Technician on Windows 7
    WIP: Online SAN Overview, VCP in December 2011
  5. JamesCG

    JamesCG Bit Poster

    I agree with Slypie. It's a good idea to get a foundation with A+, Net+ etc. As a bonus, you might be able to find a position after you get these and start getting some experience while you prepare for MCSE. That way employers don't see you as a paper tiger.
  6. davelee212

    davelee212 Nibble Poster

    If you really want to start on your way to becoming MCSE, buy yourself a book for whichever client exam you want to take (e.g. Windows XP, Vista or 7) and start reading through it and doing practice questions, etc. See how you get on with that and look into taking the exam if you feel confident. Definately look at the Network+ and A+ as previously mentioned.

    If you're just getting into IT, you're better off having a couple of entry level certs than you are going for an MCSE straight away. It's only going to make an employer suspicious as to how to attained the cert without any experience. If you're looking into entry level roles, they're not likely to be looking for MCSE qualified people.

    Certifications: Network+, CCNA (expired), MCSA 2000/03 + Messaging, MCSE 2000/03, MCTS:Sharepoint Config, VCP4-DCV, VCP5-DCV, VCP5-Cloud, VCP6-DCV, MCSA 2012, MS Specialist: Hyper-V
    WIP: Dunno yet

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