DTA unveils Microsoft 365 training courses for govt employees


Wednesday, 03 March, 2021


DTA unveils Microsoft 365 training courses for govt employees

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has announced the next iteration of the APS Digital Professional Stream — Microsoft 365 Training. Following strong demand in 2020, the DTA has partnered with Microsoft to deliver a series of instructor-led IT administrator courses for the APS Digital Profession. Since the courses were launched in November 2020, hundreds of APS employees have benefited from the training.

The training will run from March to June 2021, and includes courses on Microsoft 365 Fundamentals, Microsoft 365 Security Administrator, Managing Microsoft Teams and Managing Modern Desktops.

The courses are sponsored by Microsoft and the DTA for the APS Digital Profession, with fully funded seats capped for each agency to ensure a fair distribution of investment. The courses are delivered virtually via Microsoft Teams. More information is available on the Microsoft 365 Training page.

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