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Why become a Microsoft Office Specialist?
Achieving the title of a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in any of the approved applications takes you to a new level of knowledge and skill and sets you apart in that chosen application.
It proves to yourself, your employers (or future ones) and your peers that you truly have the knowledge to work with these applications to their full extent. You have the knowledge to successfully pass globally recognised exams to prove your aptitude in the software and its operation.
As the official certification for the Microsoft Office family of desktop computing software, MOS certification is designed to prove computer skills and desktop productivity in the programs that have become the standard for businesses around the world. Wall to Wall Computer Services provides this Worldwide recognition and certification so you are prepared for the future.
What versions of exams are currently available?
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams are currently available for the Microsoft Office 2016, 2013 and Microsoft Office 2010 versions.
Please use these links below or to the left to go directly to information about either Office 2016, 2013 and 2010 certification information pages (2007 and 2003 pages exist for reference but the exams are now retired). These pages below also have links to the topics you will need to know to pass your exams.
What are the advantages of you being certified?
What do I need to do now?
How much does it all cost?
The cost for sitting each exam at Wall to Wall Computer Services is $220 including GST. Each exam takes approximately 50 to 60 minutes to complete. We are based just north of Chatswood, Sydney Australia.
P.S. We also have a mobile exam option available where we bring the exam testing equipment to you...email for more info.
My next steps?
What should I do next? Speak to Greg now on (0416) 027 865 or email email@example.com for more information or to book your exam and start taking action today.