You will receive two and a half (2.5) Intense Days of Hands-on training focused on providing the necessary skills and knowledge for Help Desk Professionals to competently handle configuration issues on Windows XP computers!
This Boot Camp will prepare qualified Microsoft professionals to earn the MCP: Supporting XP certification. The MCP: Supporting XP credential proves that you have the skills to successfully support end-users and to successfully troubleshoot desktop environments that are running the Microsoft Windows XP operating system.
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and what is included with your enrollment
This program is truly dual purpose: for cutting-edge skills development, we provide you with expert instruction and our Intense School brand of hands-on Labs that are accelerated and based on real-world scenarios; for test-preparation, you will practice sample questions and take simulated exams using Intense School’s time-tested proprietary practice exams. During class, each student will be given two exam vouchers for the required Microsoft professional exams.
This course includes Official Microsoft Learning Product (OMLP) materials fortified with Intense School’s accelerated Supplemental materials, allowing for you to get more intensive hands-on experience during class, as well as providing you an integrated approach toward certification success.
Our two and a half (2.5) day intense Official MCP: Supporting XP Boot Camp is an accelerated immersion course, designed for computer professionals that require effective, real-world skill-building and timely certification.
Each student will work on hands-on troubleshooting exercises. Evening Sessions are not mandatory, but our world-class instructors are there to see the concepts of the day are reinforced through proper self paced exercises and practice materials.
MCP: Supporting XP certification candidates are required to pass the 70-271 exam.
Intense School’s MCP: Supporting XP Boot Camp extensively prepares students for the following Microsoft exams:
Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Supporting Windows XP Certification
Candidates for the MCP: Supporting XP credential has expertise in supporting and configuring Windows XP. They have 1 year or more of experience as a desktop support technician.
**This program is available for Corporately Sponsored Students only. This program has not been approved by the Florida Commission for Independent Education.
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Course was outstanding as always. All material was covered well and all questions were answered. I am thoroughly satisfied.
- Bill Ross
Precision Fabricating & Cleaning Inc.
Instructor was very knowledgeable in all subjects of the course and tailored his lessons and labs to the student's weaknesses. Very eager to help students in any way he can.
- Scott Masury
MA Army National Guard
He was very knowledgable in the course material and presented it in a very methodical way. The course materials were great and are resources we will use in the future.
- Ralph Polk
Brooke Army Medical Center (CTR)
The instructor did a great job, his guidance on the skills of passing the exams was most valuable.
- George Ballane
The instructor was able to not only answer all the questions we had in class and after hours he was able explain the technologies and real world reasons behind using technology A vs B. He adapted the class as needed for all students. I have only had one other instructor at his level in my 15 year career in IT.
- Doug Lloyd - MESA
University of Georgia
The instructor was very knowledgeable about the pen testing and ethical hacking. He was great in delivering the lectures, lab and was very helpful in having us complete the capture the flag exercises. In addition, he provided valuable insight about security in general and pen testing in particular.
- Tijan Drammeh
University of Maryland University College
People coming into the course are expected to have at least one year of experience as a desktop support technician.