Microsoft MCP Private Web Site Newly Designed

Revamped secure area of Web site contains updated benefits.

The Microsoft Learning group has recently updated the secure area of the MCP Web site with a new design. The site extols new benefits, including a certification planner, a transcript sharing tool and job search engine.

The certification planner gives a 20,000-foot view of exams taken and how those exams fit into the myriad certification paths in a hierarchical view. The planner gives a clear view of the exams that are needed to fulfill a chosen path.

The transcript sharing tool also allows MCPs to provide colleagues, potential employers or hiring agents with a secure access code with which they can view an MCP's transcript online.

Microsoft Learning has also partnered with to provide the job search engine tailored to IT positions.

Microsoft Learning also provides more certification newsgroups that can be privately accessed only by MCPs via the secure Web site.

For a complete list of benefits, go to

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Reader Comments:

Mon, Sep 20, 2004 Anonymous Anonymous

I think I need the certification which qualifies me to be able to make head or tale of the Certification Planner........

Mon, Jun 14, 2004 ayman Anonymous

the carrerbuilder is useless

Tue, Jun 8, 2004 Anonymous Anonymous

M$' Money!

Wed, Jun 2, 2004 Big Joe New York

I thought the certification planner sounded like a great idea, but the implementation sucks. If you have ANY idea of which exams you've passed and which you need, you will find this tool essentially useless.

Thu, May 20, 2004 Anonymous Anonymous

What a joke! No access to the 3 newsgroups, nothing but a bunch of test/junk messages are posted, and if you sign up for the "benefit" your mailbox will soon be full of offers from mortgage lenders and general junk!!!
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