If you're going to Tech·Ed 2011, or if you're going to be anywhere near Atlanta on Saturday, May 14, then you simply cannot miss MCT Day Zero. MCT Day Zero is the MCT community's opportunity to learn about upcoming courseware, improve their training skills, and get all manner of information relevant to trainers who specialize in Microsoft technologies.
Some of the sessions on the schedule include:
· Primer in contract law from attorney David M. Lawler
· Courseware quality update and roadmap from MSL's own Matthew Roche
· How to author and use third-party courseware from Rolly Perreaux
· "Building the Better Trainer" soft-skills panel discussion with highly respected and regarded MCTs.
Agenda and Registration at: www.mctdayzero.com.
Join the discussion in the Born to Learn MCT Forum.
Deluxe registration includes an event T-shirt for USD$20-24 (depending on your T-shirt size). To guarantee your T-shirt will be available in time for the event, you must register by APRIL 26.
Basic registration is only USD$10 (you can even attend for FREE if your budget is tight).
And, remember, MCT Day Zero is a community-driven event. It's being organized entirely by MCTs. More volunteers are needed to help work the event, and if you want to help share some of the costs, personal sponsorships are available. If your company would like to reach MCTs with their message and show their support at the same time, a corporate sponsorship is a very affordable way to do that. If you or your company wants to help sponsor the event, or if you just want to volunteer to help, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.