Windows Certifications

You must have heard of Microsoft and windows as they are closely interlinked with each other. Another reason for this is that Microsoft deals in wide domains and one of them is Microsoft windows. With the prolific increase of technology in various domains, windows certifications have become immensely important. Achieving IT certifications through the Microsoft Certification Program demonstrates a person’s skills and competencies in a specific IT role and can result in all kinds of work-related and personal benefits. For example, studies show that IT certifications increase the chances of getting a job (or a promotion) and over 80 percent of hiring managers report that IT certifications are medium to high priority in hiring decisions.

Microsoft App Builder certifications

Certification path for Microsoft Developer includes MTA, MCSA, and MCSD certifications. The MTA program recognises individuals who are in-house software developers. Certification requires candidates to pass one of five examinations. Possible topics include software development fundamentals, HTML5 app development fundamentals, and programming intros using block-based languages, Python or JavaScript, and HTML and CSS.

The two credentials for the Microsoft App Builder MSCA track are MCSA: Universal Windows Platform (UWP) credential prepares candidates for professional development projects. They have to pass two exams, one on programming in C#, the other on developing mobile apps.

MCSA: Web Applications credential prepares candidates for web-based applications. They must pass two exams, one of which is required, while candidates may choose between two options for a second exam. All candidates must take the ASP.NET MVC web application development exam. Second-exam topics include programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 or programming in C#.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900)

This skill is designed to be a basic entry into Microsoft’s M365 offering. It covers the basics of products that come with a Microsoft 365 subscription. This is for those seeking to get started in IT, and specifically those looking to get started working with and managing Microsoft’s 365 environments and deployments. This is the entry-level knowledge required to play a role in the administration of M365 and prepares viewers for any of the four branches of administration of M365 (Modern Desktop Admin, Teamwork Admin, Messaging Admin, and Security Admin). These courses can also help you prepare for the Microsoft MS-900: Microsoft 365 Fundamentals exam.

What will you learn?

  • Working with basic principles of Microsoft Cloud services
  • Understanding core Microsoft 365 services and concepts
  • Understanding security, compliance, privacy, and trust in Microsoft 365
  • Understanding Microsoft 365 support


  • The candidate must have basic computer skills.
  • The candidate must have a basic understanding of IT.

Microsoft certified trainer (MCT) Certification


Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) are leading technical and instructional experts on Microsoft’s most popular software products. MCTs are the only individuals allowed to deliver Microsoft Classes and Certification Prep programs using Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC), opening up technical training opportunities for businesses, government agencies, and educational institutions around the globe.

Beyond career opportunities, MCTs enjoy a range of benefits and benefits, including instant access to all of Microsoft’s training materials library, half-discount on certification exams, and the opportunity to be among the first to receive new Microsoft certifications while still in Beta, membership in the MCT networking community, invitations to exclusive Microsoft events and more.

Core Infrastructure

If you are looking for a single accreditation then Microsoft offers a single core infrastructure credential – MCSE: Core Infrastructure. MCSE: Core Infrastructure Certification validates the candidate’s knowledge and skills related to data centres, virtualisation, system management, storage, networking, and identity management. The credential requires either MCSA: Windows Server 2016 or MCSA: Windows Server 2012 as a precondition. The Candidates must pass a single examination of seven subjects.

Exams Preparation:

Exam topics include designing and implementing Cloud Data Platform solutions, designing and implementing Big Data Analytics solutions, securing Windows Server 2016, implementing software-defined datacenters, designing and implementing server infrastructures, implementing advanced server infrastructures, and configuring and operating a hybrid cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack.