I would like to do an MSCE.
And in light of our LEA not doing MSCE cources, it looks like im gonna have to source somewhere myself. :(.
As i understand it, i have two options:
- Train off site then take exam.
- Train onsite then take exam.
My question is, where do i get information on these two options?
As the place i have looked at, LearningTree, seems extremely expensive.
Thanks in advance all. :).
I train off site from home. and then take the exams. If you get stuck pop a question on here and some one will have a good answer and will even go the extra mile by providing more info :D
Don't go with thouse trining companies.. expensive and support can be rubbish.
this topic has been discussed a few times on edugeek, so if you do a search, you will find out what you need.
i did do a search, couldnt find nout. but im rubbish at searching. :p
What companies do the exams then?
There the once ive seen, but i was wondering if there were more than Lancaster University that did them.
Plus, its a little confusing what cources/books/whatnot i need for a MSCE, what with all these number based code words that are thrown around! :p.
Right, after some googling, for a MSCE, its basically:
6 core units.
And those 7 units can be chosen by myself i asume?
No because they are core ones so they are dictated what you have to do.
By the way it's M(icrosoft) C(ertified) S(ystems) E(ngineer) - MCSE
Have a look at mycourse.co.uk
If you want to do self study then sign up for a cbt course or buy the books, learn and then book and take your exam with microsofts exam partners.
Thanks again Plexer. :)
My LEA were helpful for once.
The refered me to a company called RareIT, who refered me to QAIQ, who gave me all the info i need.
Basically £630 for the exams plus the cost of the books....