Microsoft Office Specialist

Compose, draft, and record your successes as a Microsoft Office 2013 Specialist (MOS)

Microsoft Office is the most commonly used office operations software suite across the globe, in both the private and public sector, and the Office 2013 release elevated and cemented Microsoft’s market hold. The Arctech Accelerate Microsoft Office 2013 Specialist (MOS) training and certification course are for professionals committed to skills development and looking to demonstrate proficiency. Through Arctech’s Accelerate partnership with Certiport, we offer Microsoft Office 2013 Specialization in any Microsoft program such as Access, Powerpoint, Sharepoint, Excel, and Word – and now you can customize your training and combine that software certification with any other certification in our catalog. The  Microsoft Office 2013 Specialist training course provides industry-leading assessments of skills and knowledge through our new pre and post assessment system and Gmetrix practice exams, giving students and professionals real-world exercises to appraise their understanding of Microsoft Office 2013. Microsoft Office Specialist certification gives students and workforce candidates the ability to map their career potential, unlock hidden skills and knowledge, and enhance their abilities.

Leading the pack with a Microsoft Office 2013 Specialist (MOS) certification

The most important aspect of modern office capability is computer literacy and high digital performance. Through the Microsoft Office 2013 Specialist certification, a job candidate will prove to demonstrate and prove to employers that they have the skills and knowledge to complete high-intensity tasks and projects.

  • For pupils, MOS boosts academic performance and preps them for college and career.
  • For educators, MOS courses provide targeted training and support every step of the way.
  • For educators, MOS courses provide targeted training and support every step of the way.

MOS 2013 Master Certification is now easier than you thought

Until recently, you had to pass six exams to certify as a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2013 Master. Now you need to pass only four exams to become a Master. If you’ve already passed some MOS 2013 exams, you may need only one or two more certifications to automatically certify as a Master. Earning this credential shows employers that you’ve gained broader, deeper Microsoft Office expertise. As a MOS 2013 Master, you will stand head and shoulders above the rest.

Master: The Highest MOS 2013 Certification

MOS 2013 Master is the highest MOS certification. Here’s how the three MOS 2013 certification levels work:

  • MOS 2013: Pass one of the eight core MOS 2013 exams.
  • MOS 2013 Expert: Pass the two-part Word Expert or Excel Expert exam.
  • MOS 2013 Master: Pass four MOS 2013 exams in one of the tracks described below.

Microsoft Office Master Benefits

When you become a Microsoft Office Master, your knowledge, efficiency, and productivity increase, elevating your professional value and advancement. As a Microsoft Office Master, you will:

  • Build credibility through proof of skills
  • Set yourself apart as a desktop computing expert
  • Differentiate yourself from your peers
  • Possess a professional recognition accepted around the world
  • Demonstrate computing efficiency in the workplace

Microsoft Certifications

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Word Outlook Powerpoint Excel Note Sharepoint Access

MOS digital badges

Digital badges are web-enabled versions of a credential, certification or learning outcome. Representing your credential as a badge gives you the ability to share your skills online in a way that is simple, trusted and can be easily verified in real time.

Placing 3rd in the MOS competition in Park City, Utah, was a tremendous experience for me. I learned so much from these courses and certification exams that I never could have from college alone. These certifications and the competition have become huge resume boosters for my future as I have since been hired by Microsoft.

Ryan Miguel