The Microsoft Technology Associate - Infrastructure programme is straightforward and helps people who have a passion for technology but haven’t necessarily used it in a job role, to acquire the skills they need to gain Microsoft certification. MTA certification is well-recognised by employers and is a great step to take towards employment or to progress up the career ladder for those in work.

Course times Classes begin at 4pm on the first day of your course and end at around 3pm on the final day. Please arrive on campus at 3pm on your first day to check in.
Course level Microsoft Entry Level
Course length

10 weeks


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday taught courses

Thursday, Friday self study and project work

Course area Microsoft Technology Associate
Course fees Please contact the Admissions team for more information

IT Infrastructure

IT infrastructure refers to the maintenance and management of all hardware, software and network resources within an organisation. Having an IT infrastructure allows an organisation to deliver effective IT solutions and services to its employees and customers.

MTA IT Infrastructure modules:

  1. Windows Operating Configuration
  2. Windows Server Administration
  3. Networking
  4. Security
  5. Windows Devices and Mobility

Entry Requirements:

Students looking to join the MTA infrastructure need to have completed a beginner’s IT course or have IT experience and basic computer knowledge and skills.

Career Path once students have completed the above certifications:

Once students have completed their certification in IT Infrastructure they will have enhanced their career path opportunities to progress within the below job roles:

  • Computer Support Technician
  • Server Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Windows Developer
  • Web Developer

Benefits of MTA Certifications: IT Infrastructure

  • More employable with a Microsoft Certified Qualification
  • Onsite exams
  • Digital Study Guides – mapped to certification

 Employment Stats:

  • 6M NEW IT jobs around the world by 2022
  • 15% Higher earnings on average compared to non-certified workers.
  • 19% of hiring managers consider employee certification as a criterion for hiring.