As happens almost every year Microsoft has updated its Certification program for 2021, releasing new exams and courses to keep the IT pros on topic with new certification paths. The updates are designed to reflect the reality that the professionals are facing in the market. They follow the industry trends and lead the candidates to a higher level of expertise in the path that they choose.
We like it or not, online learning will be our main option for longer than we expected. For some fields, like IT professionals, for instance, even before the pandemic, it was a common way of upskilling and part of their daily routine. Leaving the predictions behind, the reality is that we can improve our learning experience with simple techniques.
Besides the over discussed topic predicting that working from home will be among the human beings forever, we better face the fact that is the option available right now. To help you with the challenge of being in online meetings for longer than before, we gathered some tips and tricks from experts and from our leadership instructors on how to keep the video call etiquette.
At New Horizons Ireland we have plenty of experience delivering online live training all over the world. Unfortunately, due to the current circumstances with COVID-19 some companies and professionals are now facing the reality of online courses for the first time. As long-time providers and pioneers in this modality, we can guarantee the best experience for our clients. Our trainers are highly skilled in delivering online live courses, which means they know exactly the ways of interacting and conducting online classes.
Since the pandemic forced a good number of professionals from different areas to work from home and remote, something that was more common for the tech professional became a common part of our society. More and more industries are realising that it is possible to have part of their workforce remotely, therefore tools to integrate and connect these professionals are in high demand.
Microsoft Teams offer the Teams live events as an extension of Teams meetings. You can use it to produce events for large audiences with more control over video, audience interaction, and reporting.
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