What is an MCT?
Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) are the premier technical and instructional experts in Microsoft technologies. MCTs deliver in-person, online and hybrid classes and evangelize Microsoft products and services.
Join the exclusive group of worldwide Microsoft technical training professionals and reap the benefits of MCT training certification and membership by attending our 3 day Train the Trainer course where if successful you will immediately become an MCT*.
Before applying to become an MCT, you must demonstrate instructional skills. Get MCT is an approved Instructional Skills Certification provider. We can help prepare you for the classroom and teach you the skills needed to succeed as an MCT.
We can also help MCT Alumni to update and refresh their skills to help the transition back to active status.
You will get exclusive benefits as an MCT including access to the complete library of official Microsoft training and certification products, substantial discounts on exams, books, and Microsoft products. In addition, you will be able to use Microsoft readiness resources to help you enhance your training career and engage with other MCT members in an online community forum. You will also receive invitations to exclusive Microsoft and local MCT community events.
If you’re passionate about technical training, then you’ve already met the first requirement
Why Become an MCT?
Currently, there is a world wide shortage of MCTs. This, coupled with the demand for Azure and Cloud training, means there has never been a better time to train. Demand is significantly high and with 85% of businesses are expected by 2022 means there's a huge opportunity for training and for you to distinguish yourself as an MCT!
“For me being part of the “community” transcends any of the “on paper” benefits of the MCT program… for me the community is by far is the most valuable benefit. Through this community I have not only gained new skills and increased business opportunities. But also have made real friends from all over the world. Where else can you sit around a table with trainers from 20 or 30 different countries and know that your thoughts can influence the programme or have an impact on the outcome of a Microsoft product.”
Andy Malone (MCT | Scotland)
Dr Gareth Jones
Gareth is the CEO of go deploy, an Official Microsoft Authorized Lab Hoster for Microsoft Curriculum.
For over 18 years he has been delivering courses worldwide. In 2016 he was awarded MCT Regional AI Lead status for the UK and is a Microsoft most Valuable Professional (Azure).
He has authored many courses and labs for Microsoft and can regularly be found speaking at event such as Microsoft Ignite.
Julian is a Solutions Architect focusing on Dynamics 365, Power Platform and Azure. Julian is ten-year Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and has developed and delivered many different courses to technical and non-technical delegates ranging from Microsoft staff, partners and end-users.
Julian speaks regularly at community events and more recently at Microsoft Ignite the Tour.
Ed is a 25 year IT veteran with experience in the UK Police and armed forces. Ed is a former Microsoft Technical Evangelist and is an MCT Regional Lead for the UK. Ed helps run the UK MS Cloud User Group and the annual Evolve Conference in the UK.
Ed has authored several Microsoft Official Curriculum Courses for Azure, Windows Server and Windows as well as writing courses for Opsgility and other online providers.
Ed is a regular conference speaker at events such as TechEd, Ignite, TechSummit, Spice World and more.
Ed now spends his time mixed between teaching Microsoft Azure, Windows Server and Enterprise Mobility topics. In addition, Ed provides consultancy services to Small and Medium Enterprises as well as direct to Microsoft UK and other Microsoft subsidiaries.
Bletchley Park, Sherwood Drive,
Milton Keynes, MK3 6EB
Bletchley Park is a place of exceptional historical importance. It remains highly relevant to our lives today and for the future. It is the home of British codebreaking and a birthplace of modern information technology. It played a major role in World War Two, producing secret intelligence which had a direct and profound influence on the outcome of the conflict.
Over the past twenty years Bletchley Park has become an internationally renowned heritage attraction, visited by over 250,000 people from around the world each year, which acknowledges the successes from the War and the people responsible for them.