The Tennessee College of Applied Technology- Oneida/Huntsville’s Computer Information Technology instructor Rodney Stephens is excited to announce that Jamie Bowling has achieved Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) status in Microsoft’s MCSA Guide to Installing and Configuring Microsoft Windows Server 2012 /R2 (70-410) certification exam. Rodney states, “Jamie is one of two CIT students to achieve an upper level advanced certification recently. Microsoft advanced IT certifications are of extreme difficulty. They demand true dedication and the willingness to focus undivided attention while preparing through the CIT advanced curriculum. Microsoft’s 70-410 server exam focuses heavily HyperV, Power Shell, Security and Group Policy technologies. It doesn’t stop there though-a candidate must be well diverse in all aspects of Server 2012 R2. The exam demands this level of expertise in order to succeed.” Concerning his experience in college, Jamie states, “I am glad to have had a wonderful environment at TCAT which allowed me to obtain eleven certifications in the Information Technology Industry. The employees here at TCAT were really helpful with anything I needed during my time here. Most of all, my instructor Rodney Stephens showed me my capabilities and how advanced I could achieve. Thanks to his instruction, guidance and encouragement, I now hold these certifications: Microsoft Certified Professional, Microsoft Technology Associate Server Administration Fundamentals, Microsoft Technology Associate Network Security Fundamentals, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA A+, TestOut Server Pro, TestOut Client Pro, TestOut Security Pro, TestOut Network Pro, and finally TestOut PC Pro. With these certifications and in the little time I attended here, I have graduated from TCAT with an Information Technology Specialist diploma. Now, I am not stopping at eleven certifications. I intend on obtaining my (MCSA) Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate certification and also furthering my education by attending Western Governors University to obtain my bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Information Technology in less than 5 years. I urge others to attend TCAT-Oneida/Huntsville. Please contact student services and set up your appointment to enroll here.”
Tennessee Technology Center at Oneida/Huntsville’s Computer Information Technology instructor Rodney Stephens (left) is pictured congratulating CIT student Jamie Bowling (right) on achieving the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) status in Microsoft’s MCSA Guide to Installing and Configuring Microsoft Windows Server 2012 /R2 (70-410) certification exam.