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MCT Certification - How to?

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I'm an Exchange Admin and have been in technology for some time. I've been thinking of becoming a trainer and thought of earning my MCT. One of the requirements is to demonstrate instruction skills, and this can be done by earning the Comptia CCT+, or MCT-ISC.

I called about 10 popular schools, including the ones listed on Comptia's site but nobody offers the CCT+; and if I go to the MCT-ISC.com site and click Contact, it doesn't display. All of these things make me believe that they no longer exist or are being deprecated, which I wouldn't want to take them in that case. I would think the MCT is a popular cert to earn, but I'm having trouble finding the appropriate path.

Any ideas?
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Just a suggestion as I myself am not a trainer but I would contact one of the training centers like globalknowledge and ask one of their account reps to walk you through the requirements an point you in the correct direction. Just be aware that they will likely recommend taking the courses through them (however you don't need to).


That's a great suggestion, and I did that yesterday. Waiting for a call back, but it just seems so difficult to get the answers. I also asked my old Exchange Trainer who has it, he said it was many years ago and that he obtained the CTT+, but not sure anymore.
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