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An insight into Microsoft Learning Experiences for Educators and Students wishing to gain professional certification as part of Microsoft IT Academy

An insight into Microsoft Learning Experiences for Educators and Students wishing to gain professional certification as part of Microsoft IT Academy

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  • Youth Unemployment Rate Youth Unemployment 13.5 80 13.1 78 12.7 76 12.3 72 11.5 70 11.1 68 10.7 66 10.3 64 9.9 62 9.5 60 “46% of young adults ages 18 to 24 are currently unemployed.” 74 11.9 “Fewest young adults in 60 years have jobs” 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 “Among 18- to 34-year-olds who are employed, less than half (46%) say they have the education and training necessary to get ahead in their job or career.”
  • Jobs will rise in IT employment Of all IT jobs will be software related New Business Created Sources: 1 US Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2 IDC MS White Paper, Cloud Computing's Role in Job Creation, March 2012; 3 IDC, Climate Change: Cloud's Impact on IT Organizations and Staffing, Nov 2012 **Microsoft Skills Gap Survey, IDC, June–July , 2012; 4 IDC
  • “must have” “good to have” 35.6M 2009 41.4M 2014 “nice to have”
  • London 336 116 269 1,000+ Birmingham 27 5 24 742 Manchester 36 29 73 782 Cambridge 9 4 12 173 Glasgow 5 4 28 97 Cardiff 1 0 5 48 Mumbai 212 148 240 1,412 Amsterdam 346 286 265 1,486 Sydney 232 177 358 2,610 Toronto 408 226 420 5,936 Source: Indeed.com, August 2013 & Monster.co.uk, September 2013
  • Hiring Managers consider employee certification as a criterion for hiring1 Hiring Managers feel that certified individuals are more efficient1 Hiring Managers feel that certified individuals perform better 1 Individuals believe obtaining a certification makes them more marketable2 Sources: 1 MCP Program Satisfaction Study 2010; 2 Intrepid Survey; 3 Certiport Research,2009 Supervisors say that Microsoft Office certified employees are more proficient users of Microsoft Office programs3
  • Hiring Managers consider employee certification as a criterion for hiring1 Hiring Managers feel that certified individuals are more efficient1 Hiring Managers feel that certified individuals perform better 1 Individuals believe obtaining a certification makes them more marketable2 Sources: 1 MCP Program Satisfaction Study 2010; 2 Intrepid Survey; 3 Certiport Research,2009 Supervisors say that Microsoft Office certified employees are more proficient users of Microsoft Office programs3
  • Policy & Vision Technology Literacy Knowledge Deepening Knowledge Creation Curriculum & Assessment Basic Knowledge Knowledge Application 21st Century Skills Pedagogy Integrate Technology Complex Problem Solving Self Management ICT Basic Tools Complex Tools Pervasive Tools Organization & Administration Standard Classroom Collaborative Groups Learning Organizations Teacher Professional Development Digital Literacy Manage & Guide Teacher as Model Learner
  • Policy & Vision Technology Literacy Knowledge Deepening Knowledge Creation Curriculum & Assessment Basic Knowledge Knowledge Application 21st Century Skills Pedagogy Integrate Technology Complex Problem Solving Self Management ICT Basic Tools Complex Tools Pervasive Tools Organization & Administration Standard Classroom Collaborative Groups Learning Organizations Teacher Professional Development Digital Literacy Manage & Guide Teacher as Model Learner
  • Policy & Vision Technology Literacy Knowledge Deepening Knowledge Creation Curriculum & Assessment Basic Knowledge Knowledge Application 21st Century Skills Pedagogy Integrate Technology Complex Problem Solving Self Management ICT Basic Tools Complex Tools Pervasive Tools Organization & Administration Standard Classroom Collaborative Groups Learning Organizations Teacher Professional Development Digital Literacy Manage & Guide Teacher as Model Learner
  • A complete technology education solution connecting students, teachers, employers and local communities through leading-edge technical skills development. Reach 8.5 million students & educators annually FY13 15,514 FY12 University, 21% 13,030 FY11 10,514 FY10 2 yr Tech, 21% 7,476 FY09 5,047 FY08 3,541 FY07 FY06 Other, 6% K-12, 52% 1,959 1,052 Engaged Over 1.4 million E-Learning users 16,000 educators certified MOS,MTA Expanded MOAC and E-ref usage Launched MCE Expanded Deployment of large-scale deals Trend state/region/countrywide Cert & ITA available in VL Everywhere
  • Microsoft Digital Literacy Curriculum E-Reference Microsoft E-Learning Curriculum Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) Lesson Plans A+ Microsoft Official Courseware (MOC)