Certified Technical Education Center (CTEC)


CTEC is an education-delivery company such as a school or training center that is qualified by Microsoft.

What is CTEC (Certified Technical Education Center)?

CTEC is an education-delivery company such as a school or training center that is qualified by Microsoft for the delivery of Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) courseware. Certified Technical Education Centers (CTECs) are one of Microsoft’s main channels for training on Microsoft products and technologies.

CTECs can deliver training in a variety of forms, including instructor-led, self-paced, customized, and online training. CTECs are one of the ways that Microsoft contributes to solutions addressing the shortage of skilled IT professionals worldwide.



Network professionals who want to become familiar with Microsoft operating systems, applications, and development platforms can take MOC courses offered by CTECs at various locations around the world. Microsoft CTECs are also a source for the best in self-paced training materials on Microsoft products and services.

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