Renewed as an MCT Regional Lead for Canada for 2020-2021


I am excited to announce that I have been renewed as an MCT Regional Lead for Canada for an another 2-year term, so until the end of 2021! If you want to learn more about the MCT Regional Lead program, and especially if you’re an MCT in Canada, please read on!

What is an MCT?

Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) are the premier technical and instructional experts in Microsoft technologies. Join this exclusive group of worldwide Microsoft technical training professionals and reap the benefits of MCT training certification and membership. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, you need to earn a Microsoft Certification validating your experience and knowledge in using Microsoft products and solutions for each course you deliver.

What is an MCT Regional Lead?

MCT Regional Leads are a small group of MCTs from around the world (~100) that are the liaison between MCTs in a region, and Microsoft Learning. The goal of the MCT Regional Lead program is to help current and prospective MCTs in our region with any questions they might have around the MCT program, Microsoft Official courses, or certifications! We also get to give feedback early on upcoming certifications and directions where Microsoft Learning is heading.

If you are an MCT for Canada, please join the MCT Canada Group on Meetup
as that is the main group we use to communicate! We have quarterly meetups on Teams, and I also try to organizer meetups in person whenever I travel in Canada to different events! But for now, please join the group so we can all be together in the same group.

Finally, a thank you to Cristian Vergara

Cristian Vergara has been the MCT Regional Lead for Canada for the last four years (including two years where we worked together), but now that he has joined Microsoft, he couldn’t have continued. He did an amazing job building the MCT Community and I am honored to be able to continue the work he started.

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  • January 9, 2020 at 10:42 am

    Late to the party but Congratulations!

  • February 5, 2020 at 12:46 pm
    victor rojas



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