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Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) Productivity certification is an expert level credential. It is the 2nd and final milestone after MCSA in the journey to become a Microsoft Certified Professional that validates your skills for the job roles of network systems administration and many others. MCSE: Productivity (SharePoint 2016) certification delivers following professional benefits:
MCSE Productivity certification (SharePoint 2016) can be used as the prerequisite to become a Microsoft 365 Certified Enterprise Administrator Expert. MCSE Productivity certification (SharePoint 2016) course training is the bundle of two courses designed to simplify the path for getting MCSE certification; however, the candidates can choose to attend the training for one course at one time. The MCSE certification path is to crack the two exams:
1. 20339-1 Planning and Administering SharePoint 2016 – Five days training
2. 20339-2 Advanced Technologies of SharePoint 2016 – Five days training
Learning Scope of MCSE Productivity (SharePoint 2016) Course:
During the MCSE: Productivity training, you learn to plan, deploy, administer and troubleshoot the SharePoint 2016 environment. You also learn to optimize the SharePoint deployment. During the 2nd phase of MCSE: Productivity training, focused on 20339-2 Advanced Technologies of SharePoint 2016 exam course, you learn to configure and manage the advanced features in SharePoint 2016 environment. This training phase is more oriented to social productivity, collaboration platforms and their features and computing features. You also learn about migration to SharePoint 2016.
Target Audience for MCSE Productivity Course:
Aspiring and experienced Network systems administrators, Computer Systems Analysts, Senior Systems Engineers, Infrastructure Service Engineers, Information Technology Managers, Information Technology Directors etc are the good candidates for MCSE: Productivity certification course.
Growth Prospects after Passing MCSE Exam:
1st Phase of MCSE Productivity (SharePoint 2016) training is focused to prepare you for ‘20339-1 Planning and Administering SharePoint 2016’ exam. Our MCSE trainers follow the most details at the following course outline:
The 2nd phase of MCSE Productivity (SharePoint 2016) training is focused to prepare you for ‘20339-2 Advanced Technologies of SharePoint 2016’ exam. The training course outline with the most detailed coverage of each topic is:
Both the trainings for MCSE: Productivity certification course have intensive lab exercises; we at Microtek Learning support the candidates at all levels.
To attend the training for either of MCSE: Productivity courses, you must have at least one MCSA level certification in the following domains:
FAQS for MCSE: Productivity (Sharepoint 2016) Certification Exam Training
Q: What is duration of MCSE exam?
Q: How should I prepare for the MCSE: Productivity certification exam?
Although online material is available for the preparation but the better way is to attend the MCSE: Productivity training at a Microsoft authorized training centre.
Q: Is it good to take on combo training for MCSE certification?
Yes, the combo course for MCSE: Productivity certification is designed to help you save cost and time both. During ten days training, you feel more confident and prepared to take on the 1st exam because of having advanced level knowledge provided in 2nd phase of training.
Q: What is next milestone after getting MCSA and MCSE certifications?
MCSE, after MCSA is the top level certification. To improve your expertise in to add diversity in your professional credentials, you can get multiple MCSE certifications.
Q: Does an MCSE certification expire?
The newer MCSA and MCSE certifications don’t expire once earned.
Q: How are the MCSE: Productivity exam questions scored?
Each question is of one point worth. There is no penalty for guessing. The earned points are scaled to cut-off list to decide the pass or fail result.