MS Certification and Learning Planner

Introduction

The point here to simply explain my idea that the MS "Certification Planner" combined with the MS's MVA "Learning Planner" would not only be beneficial but cater to multiple types of users such as myself.

    MVA stands for Microsoft Virtual Academy and has recently add in the an option to make a planner for classes which is great for either long or short term goals.

MVA Learning Planner


If you have not yet received a certification now's the time as it is easier than ever to know what path you wish to go down and the titles you will receive. Never the less here an example of what the "Certification Planner" Looks like.

MS Certification Planner

But Why?

      I for one plan to take multiple certifications that might not lead to a 'title'. For example I am a Web Developer and have the HTML5 Certification. I plan to take the C# certification as well since I do develop using MVC, but I do not care to take the exams 483, 485 that go the C# certification.  The thing I like with MVA is that you can set goals ("Learning Plans") for yourself and if combined with the "Certification Planner" would give users online material to point with those paths without restricting them to just reaching a title (higher purpose!).

Other Reasons too...
The Real Reason Developers Should Get Certified - Born to Learn - Born To Learn - Born to Learn

How it would Work?

    Well much like how the MVA planner lets you create a plan and select from a list of classes, a user could create a plan from a list of certifications. Now based on those certifications this would display a list of possible titles/paths he or her could achieve. This would also in turn display the MVA class that would go along with or were relative to those certification. Much like how it is a little with the certification's page for example on the Exam 70-483 page under the "self-paced training" section.

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