PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Microsoft Office Specialist Exam


What is MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist)?

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification is a globally recognized program that will help to validate your technical expertise in the ultra-popular business productivity applications within the Microsoft Office Suite.

Microsoft Office Specialist gets indulged into the full features and functionality of Microsoft Office, resulting in increased job candidate marketability, improved academic performance, and enhanced confidence & productivity in the workplace.

According to the latest research conducted by Microsoft, upon earning a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification, 23% of Microsoft Certified Technologists are reportedly receiving up to 20% salary increase. Whether you want to advance your career, or simply increase your skills and productivity in the world’s preeminent business technologies, Microsoft Office Specialist certifications validate the expertise you need to succeed.


Required Skillset for Microsoft Office Specialist

In order to pursue your career as a Microsoft Office Specialist Certified professional, one needs to possess the below-mentioned skills:

  • Good communication skills
  • Originality and innovativeness
  • Ability to think in three-dimensions
  • Goal oriented
  • Eye for detail
  • Good understanding of soft skills
  • Persuasiveness
  • Observation

Course curriculum for Microsoft Office Specialist


Microsoft Office Specialty Certification program forms the foundation of all the other Microsoft Credentials and has three levels:

Phase 1: Microsoft Office Specialist Certification

Phase 2: Microsoft Office Specialist Expert Certification

Phase 3: Microsoft Office Specialist Master Certification

Phase 1 of the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification program includes training on the complete Microsoft Office Suite which includes MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access, MS Outlook and Share Point.

Enlisted below are the certificates provided to candidates who pursue the Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications:

MOS: Microsoft Office Word

MOS: Microsoft Office Excel

MOS: Microsoft Office PowerPoint

MOS: Microsoft Office Outlook

MOS: Microsoft Office Access

MOS: Microsoft SharePoint

MOS: Microsoft Office OneNote

MOS: Microsoft Office 365

Phase 2: Microsoft Office Specialist Certification the second tier of MOS credentials, build on the skills covered in the MOS certificate to include the most advanced features of Microsoft Word & Excel.

Phase 3: Microsoft Office Specialist Master Certification demonstrate your overall comprehension and expertise across the Microsoft Office System. Microsoft Office Specialist Masters possess the deep and broad skill sets to effectively utilize and integrate the breadth of Microsoft Office products and features.


Job Profiles


When one completes a Microsoft Certified Specialist Certification, they will have access to the Microsoft Badges which when paired with other professional qualifications will help them to seek better job opportunities in the industry and unlock their salary potential.

MOS certifications help candidates to qualify for a variety of positions as enlisted below:

Job Role



Description

Office Manager


Office managers essentially ensure the smooth running of an office on a day-to-day basis and may manage a team of administrative or support staff. Responsibilities typically include: organizing meetings and managing databases. Implementing and maintaining procedures/office administrative systems.
Executive Assistant


The role of executive assistant is similar to that of a secretary or administrative assistant. They perform clerical tasks, like accepting and making phone calls, setting business meeting agendas, sending memos, accepting visitors, reviewing incoming reports, and setting the executive's daily schedule.
Administrative Assistant


The duties of an administrative assistant may include a variety of clerical and administrative tasks. Answering telephones, arranging for meetings and travel, and managing schedules are some common examples of administrative assistant duties and responsibilities.
SharePoint Specialist


The SharePoint Software Developer applies current graphics design and .NET technologies to develop, modify, maintain SharePoint server portals. Design, develop, and manage site content and capabilities and provide daily onsite maintenance of the existing MOSS portals
Database Specialist


Database specialists develop databases for business and organizations. As a database specialist, you might be responsible for ensuring data is protected and can be easily retrieved. You can expect to use one or more industry-standard database systems, such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Filmmaker Pro or Sybase.
Research Analyst


A research analyst is a person who prepares investigative reports on securities or assets for in-house or client use. ... The work conducted by the research analyst is in an effort to inquire, examine, find or revise facts, principles and theories for internal use by a financial institution or an external financial client.
Project Coordinator


Project Coordinator doesn't define project strategy or make strategic decisions, they are directed top-down. While Project Manager is responsible for budget and procurement, Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating those aspects and reporting issues, risks or wins to strategic management.


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