New course available MB-910 (CRM) and MB-920 (ERP). These courses review the fundamentals of the customer engagement, finance, and operations capabilities of Dynamics 365. There a number of Dynamics Learning Paths available on Microsoft Learn which can be used as primers, hands on labs or assignments.
Microsoft Learn for Educators provides institutions and educational non-profits with comprehensive resources to enable innovative technology education. As an educator, you play a pivotal role in empowering your students for future success, and the Business Applications Academic Community is committed to supporting you! Instructor materials for these new courses (Power Point presentations, Educator Teaching Guide, Assessment Guide), corresponding Microsoft Learn Learning Paths, and a variety of exercises including interactive labs, hands-on labs, and video demos will be provided to help you and your students along the way and prepare students for the certification exams.
Your expertise, coupled with Microsoft Learn, gives students valuable technical skills and Microsoft certifications.
Access to Official Microsoft Curriculum
By 2022, there will be 6.2 million job openings in cloud-based technology, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employers are struggling to find employees with the right technical skills to meet their organizational objectives, which is why it’s so important that students gain more than a diploma – they want real-world skills that make them employable, while educators want the right resources to deliver innovative technical courses to meet their students’ needs.
With Microsoft Learn for Educators, you gain access to official Microsoft curriculum so you can easily offer in-demand content to students while providing opportunities for students to earn industry-recognized certifications. The Educator materials direct students to the corresponding MS Learn Learning Paths, ensuring that students have online materials to support and supplement the in-class learning.
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Skills of a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer
A Microsoft Dynamics 365 developer needs to have a good grip of specific programming languages and, of course, the system itself. The Dynamics platform consists of several modules like MS Dynamics CRM, NAV, GP, or Trade and Logistics which share the same programming and architecture principles. So, if you get to know one of these modules, you'll be perfectly able to work with the others.
Skills of a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer include:
Microsoft Cloud solution;
Knowledge of HTML and ASP.NET;
Great experience with SQL databases;
Testing and troubleshooting experience.
For resources please see Microsoft Learn
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