About the MCSE Server 2012 certification
Made up of two exams that are combined with an MCSA in Windows Server 2012 to create an MCSE certification, this course shows that a candidate has a mastery of Windows Server 2012 R2.
Extending your MCSA qualification to the expert level MCSE will highlight to large-scale businesses that you have the skills and knowledge required to plan, design, implement, secure, and automate a Windows Server infrastructure in an enterprise environment.
Covering both physical and virtualised instances of Windows Server 2012 R2, the MCSE Server 2012 is designed for IT professionals who already support medium to large enterprises and want to improve their skills and take a greater role in planning and deploying a Windows Server 2012 infrastructure.
Encompassing enterprise network solutions, this course also covers advanced configuration of DHCP, IPAM, VPN, and DirectAccess.
Made up of two exams, the MCSE in Windows Server 2012 requires candidates to complete:
- 70-413: Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure
- 70-414: Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure
These two exams are combined with an MCSA Server 2012 qualification to create an MCSE, meaning candidates need to complete a total of five exams to receive an MCSE certification.
What are the benefits of the MCSE Windows Server 2012?
As the crucial operating system at the heart of Microsoft’s cloud platform, having a certification that highlights an expert level working knowledge of Windows Server holds huge benefits. It shows that you have the tangible skills to increase efficiency and reduce costs within a business, as the certification demonstrates that you are able to plan, implement, and deploy a Windows Server 2012 R2 infrastructure.
Highlighting that candidates hold a clear solution to a company’s infrastructure problem, the MCSE Server 2012 certification can unlock job roles at the very top of the IT industry.
What’s the average UK salary for an MCSE Windows Server 2012 Technician?
The latest figures from IT Jobs Watch highlight that the median income for those holding an MCSE is £40,000, £5,000 more than an MCSA, highlighting a clear return on investment for candidates looking to enrol on this course. Payscale highlights the following job roles and salaries for a candidate holding an MCSE:
- IT Manager: £31,288-£58,845
- Network Manager: £22,921 – £45,335
- Systems Engineer: £18,548 – £45,021
- Systems Administrator: £21,000 – £40,711
Support Engineer, Information Technology: £15,931 – £37,571
What’s included with MCSE Windows Server 2012 training?
We believe the best way for students to successfully become fully qualified with an MCSE in Windows Server 2012 is to take separate classrooms for the two exams, so that they are not overloaded with information and learn topics in a clear and concise order.
Classrooms for each exam are run over 5 days and learners will receive access to labs that will allow them to get hands-on with the official Windows Server software.