Modesto, CA, January 31, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Community Business College of Modesto, California is making available free testing vouchers to teachers to take any of the following official Microsoft Technology Associate certification exams.
These exam vouchers include additional practice materials to help teachers prepare for the exams.
Vouchers need to be redeemed at an authorized testing center such as Community Business College. For those who would like to redeem their vouchers and take the exams at the Community Business College testing center, the school has waived its regular proctoring fee eligible vouchers. That means that the exams, practice exams and actual tests will be at no out of pocket expenses for teachers.
Teachers in K-12 schools, home schools, trade schools, community colleges and universities are eligible. School administrators are also eligible.
Community Business College Director Dan Guerra said, “Community Business College chose to offer this voucher program to teachers because it’s an excellent way for teachers to get receive the Microsoft Technology Associate certification for their continuing education. In these challenging economic times, teachers need all the help we can give them.”
To request a voucher, teachers should visit http://www.cbcwebcollege.com/teachers.htm and follow the instructions provided. The deadline to submit requests is February 28, 2013.
Exam vouchers will expire on March 29, 2013 and must be used for exams before then.
Although teachers can choose to redeem their vouchers at the Community Business College Modesto testing center, the exam vouchers are valid at any testing center throughout the United States and Canada. Other testing centers may or may not waive proctoring fees and teachers are encouraged to check with each center’s policies before scheduling an exam.
About Community Business College
Community Business College is the official Microsoft testing center for Modesto, California and offers both online and campus-based training programs. The testing center serves the entire Central Valley of California. The school also offers continuing education courses to help teachers advance their careers.
Additional enrichment courses are open to the public and include international language classes, and classroom computing and tools for teachers. The college also provides affordable short-term training courses for unemployed students. California students who are receiving unemployment insurance benefits may be able to receive a California Training Benefits extension while completing training.
For more information, contact director Dan Guerra at (209) 529-3648.