The new Microsoft Learn Platform looks to the future, giving your staff and team an important edge in today’s crowded digital market.
The free online platform will allow employees to acquire in-depth skills across Microsoft platforms from Azure (cloud computing) to Microsoft 365 and Power Platform to Dynamics 365.
The task-based achievements motivate employees to succeed and allows for interactive learning, putting new skills into action while improving technical skills and gaining certificates.
The skills gained can easily be tracked by employers through social media where you can see the benefits gained first-hand.
Learn Platform now offers:
- 225+ learnings paths focused around roles and technologies
- 35 different certifications which demonstrate your employees are keeping up with the ever-changing digital atmosphere
- 1000+ modules containing videos, labs and articles
- 17 role-based courses, including software developer, AI engineer, data scientist and solutions architect
- 23 different languages to suit the modern work place
The platform has been live for more than two years and during this time has been fine-tuned with continued investment, drawing more than 4 million new users.
Now is the perfect time to gain the benefits of our free platform and boost productivity and skills ahead of local competitors.
In addition, Microsoft Learn has a range of new features which include Learn TV where your employees will be able to access Microsoft’s specialist engineers and learn directly from them.
Microsoft Q&A gives quick and accurate responses with a focus on Azure products and services.
The new Cloud Skills Challenges allows users to tap into expert knowledge on this hugely growing area.
Microsoft Learn Catalog API is one of our most exciting new features as it integrates the training directly into your business, however big or small.
The Microsoft Learn Platform pairs perfectly with LinkedIn online education platform. Both platforms will be integrated into the new learning app in Microsoft Teams.
With the increased use of Teams in recent months, learning will become an organic and beneficial addition to an employee’s job.
For more information about how Syn-Star may support the learning within your business, through effective technology, get in touch with our team today.
By Jordon Pears