Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) credentials are a major aspect of the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) program. MTA certification exams cover databases (MSSQL Server), development (Visual Studio), and IT Infrastructure (Windows, Windows Server). The MTA certification is an entry-level training program designed to fit within the curriculum of high-school and college education programs to expose students with no prior IT experience. MTA certifications address a wide range of key specialized technical concepts and ideas; evaluate and assess core technical knowledge; and develop specialized technical credibility.
The MTA exam validates the expertise of professionals in the field of:
Understanding the fundamentals of the technical concept
The MTA training program certifies aptitude and proficiency in the areas of core technical knowledge and credibility.
uCertify provides MTA study guides for various MTA certification exams. The comprehensive course and lab are equipped with hands-on learning resources covering the exam objectives which will help you prepare for the certification exams.
Requirements for MTA Certification
There are no official prerequisites for MTA certification, but it is recommended that professionals have the basic technical knowledge of the certification they are preparing for.
I decided to choose the MTA: Software Development Fundamentals (Course & Labs) program.
The first thing I can tell you is that the user interface is nice and clean. At times it might seem to be running a little slow but that is taking into account that the course provides a fully functional virtual machine that takes a little to load (might also depend on your internet speed) but after that the user has a nice experience.
I am very much satisfied. Thank you.
I took the uCertify Microsoft MTA 96–366 course. Each lesson was well structured and the concepts were explained so well and comprehensively that it made learning easy and interesting. The lessons also come with practice tests, flashcards, and even a glossary and this really helped cement the ideas in my head as I was able to go through them and practice.