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Provider Success in Microsoft Office Specialist

11 August 2004

Provider Success in Microsoft Office Specialist

In today’s competitive employment market, candidates are looking for a qualification that will ensure they stand out from the rest. The Microsoft Office Specialist programme is the only globally recognised Microsoft certification designed to measure and validate student’s skills with Microsoft Office applications.

Recently, New Zealand providers offering this qualification participated in the annual academic competition held by Computer Press. The New Zealand School of Travel & Tourism (NZSTT) has been named the National Testing Centre prize winner for providing the best student results. Rebecca Young from NZSTT Auckland campus won the top national prize for word and Cheron Wilson from Christchurch won the excel prize.

NZSTT offers leading Travel, Tourism and Business training. Murray Watson, Managing Director says, At NZSTT it is very important to us that we proactively ensure that we teach programmes relevant to industry needs and future graduates from our school are highly skilled, qualified and competent employees. As a provider NZSTT has invested heavily to incorporate extras into their qualifications, Microsoft Office Specialist training is one of these valuable extras.

For more information regarding NZSTT qualifications, full time or part time, visit www.nzstt.com or call 0800 843 697.

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