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Microsoft Skills & Certification Bootcamp

21 FEBRUARY - 11 MARCH 2022

Gain valuable insights, chat directly with Microsoft experts, and develop the skills you need to become Microsoft certified.

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There are four certification programs on offer as part of the bootcamp. 

You can choose to enrol in one or multiple certification programs.

Azure Fundamentals

$49

Azure Fundamentals provides an opportunity to develop knowledge of cloud concepts, Azure services, Azure workloads, security and privacy in Azure, as well as Azure pricing and support development.

Azure Data Fundamentals

$49

Azure Data Fundamentals provides an opportunity to develop skills in working with data in the cloud including relational and non-relational data, and different types of data workloads such as transactional or analytical.

Azure AI Fundamentals

$49

Azure AI Fundamentals provides an opportunity to develop knowledge of common Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Natural Language Processing (NLP) workloads and how to implement them on Azure.

Power Platform Fundamentals

$49

Power Platform Fundamentals provides an opportunity to develop skills to improve business productivity, automate business processes, perform data analysis with Power BI, create Power Apps  & chatbots.
 

 

STARTS ON

21 February 2022

duration

3 weeks, online

10-15 hours per week

Program fee

AUD$49.00

per certification program

About the program

Our bootcamps are spaced out over three weeks to allow plenty of time for you to make your way through the learning materials, practice your new-found skills and complete your certification exam. 

 

Meet the experts

 

Hear from other bootcamp graduates

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Michelle Sandford

Michelle Sandford

Tedx Speaker, Australian Computer Society WA Chairman, Microsoftie and one of MCV's 30 Most Influential Women in Games. Michelle is a Developer Engagement PM at Microsoft specialising in AI, Machine Learning, Custom Vision and Data Science related topics. She is focused on emerging developer communities and loves teaching women and children to code.

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Bahar Nakisa

Bahar Nakisa

Bahar Nakisa is a Lecturer and Course Director of the Master of Applied AI at Deakin University.

 

Bahar's research background is in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in health and transportation domains.

Bahar has more than 20 publications in high-ranked computer science journals.

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Wei Luo

Wei Luo

Wei Luo is a Senior Lecturer in Data Science and the Course Director for Bachelor of Artificial Intelligence at Deakin University.

 

Wei's current research focuses on machine learning under uncertainties.

 

Wei has more than 70 publications, including papers in top AI conferences such as AAAI.

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The most influential thing was the support from Microsoft.

Madhur, Azure Data Fundamentals Graduate (2021)