4 Ways to Get the Most Out of Microsoft Training During and Post Class

Taking a Microsoft training course is just one step on the ladder to learning and retaining the concepts that will lead to improved server and database management, web development or more efficient document sharing and internal communications.

The best way to make sure you retain the dizzying number of updates, concepts and best practices is to reinforce your training during and after class. While finding a training class can be easy, finding additional hands-on resources can be a bit trickier.

Because of this, Global Knowledge experts have developed Microsoft training exclusives which include great training resources to help you practice your skills and support you outside of class hours:

1. Class recordings

If a client crisis interrupts you during a class or you step away for a few minutes, don’t worry. Indexed searchable class recordings enable you to scroll right to the section you need to review. The recordings are available to you just hours after your class ends.

2. Practice labs

You will probably want to experiment with your new skills before you implement them in your own environment. Practice labs are like a sandbox for adults. And months after you leave class it’s still available for you. There’s even a feature that allows you to take a “snapshot” of where you are, skip to another activity and then go back to that “snapshot” if you need to.

3. Mentoring and support

After your class ends you will likely have more questions. Why not ask our experts for the answer? They are available 24/7.

4. Retakes

If you feel like you need more time to absorb the Microsoft concepts then you can register for another session of the same class for free! How can you beat that?

Students who purchase any qualified Microsoft course at Global Knowledge automatically get access to Microsoft training exclusives for 12 months.

Remember, that the key to learning new Microsoft skills or training for a certification is to reinforce the concepts and best practices outside of the classroom. Using these tools can help you to retain your knowledge and truly develop your expertise.

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