mvaTime is money. We’ve all heard that saying. Getting trained is hard and many people don’t have the time to take off from work and go to a training class.  Some of those classes can be quite costly at well.  How would you like to get some free training on Microsoft products and technologies?  Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) to the rescue.

Anybody interested in growing professionally and to follow along in a training environment completely free of charge can take part in the MVA. The only thing the interested user needs to do to participate is to register on the platform with a Windows Live ID to get access to the training resources. There is no minimum level of technical expertise required.

So setup a Live ID and get to studying.  There are a number of tracks available.  Here is a small list of the available tracks.  Click the pic for a full listing.

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As you can see, there quite a bit of available information on the MVA siteTravis Wright recently blogged about the “System Center 2012 Guided Hands On Labs” as one example we wanted to bring to your attention.  This course is a set of fourteen labs and exercises.   There are certainly other fun courses that will help you build muscle around the Microsoft server products.

Ready to move forward?  Well head on over to https://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/GetStarted.aspx and get started.