ProCert Labs ProCert Labs is an organization who does quality assurance testing for technical training. They do quality testing for all the big names: Microsoft, Adobe, CompTIA, Cisco, etc.  It performs quality testing for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS), Microsoft Technical Associate (MTA), CompTIA Authorized Quality Content (CAQC), Certiport – Internet & Core Computing (IC3) and Adobe Certified Associate Approved Courseware (ACAAC) programs.

The ProCert review and subsequent approval ensures that both ProCert and the certifying authority (such as CompTIA, Microsoft, etc.) ensures that the concerned training content is of high quality with comprehensive exam coverage. Microsoft assures that the ProCert seal of approval ensures thorough, covering entire sets of topics, where the students does not have to go back to look for previous topics.

The ‘ProCert Approved Courseware’ logo represents that these quality assurance programs is a significant achievement, that distinguishes the courseware and training as a trusted courseware from Microsoft and critical part of preparing for a certification exam. To know more, please visit ProCert website.

uCertify works with ProCert Labs to have their prepkits verified from Microsoft for quality and full exam coverage, ensuring the best learning content for our customers. The Microsoft certified courseware are of great importance because they meets your training needs simple and fast. Microsoft get it under ProCert Labs, which tests the courseware and training in many formats; text based, web based, video basted, computer based, instructor led and self-study. The PrepKit approved has been tested and certified by Microsoft and has successfully passed that testing which assures success on using these courseware. And hence uCertify has earned the credit of Microsoft Vendor of Approved Courseware.

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