LRS Education Services is a Microsoft Solutions Partner for Modern Work

LRS® Education Services is proud to be recognized as a Microsoft® Solutions Partner for Modern Work. This status demonstrates our broad capability to help customers boost their productivity and make the shift to hybrid work by using Microsoft 365. Becoming a Solutions Partner for Modern Work gives customers a way to identify us as a partner who has the commitment to training and accreditation, and has delivered solutions that lead to customer success.

Students may attend training using the LRS LIVE virtual training option. This allows students to participate in a traditional instructor-led class without needing to be in a classroom.

Students looking for Microsoft Training or Microsoft Certifications such as Microsoft 365 Certified Associate, Microsoft Certified Expert, and Microsoft Certified Specialty turn to LRS Education Services because they trust us to have the most complete list of offerings.

Microsoft Official Digital Curriculum

When taking a Microsoft® Official Digital Curriculum course, please take a few minutes prior to the scheduled class date to set up your personal account.

The week prior to the start date of your class, you will receive an email from that contains a Learner Course URL. Once course materials are received, we ask that you familiarize yourself with the materials in preparation for the course.

To track the progress of your training and certification activity, you must set up a profile on Microsoft Learn, where the content is hosted.

On the day of your class, you have two options; you may bring your device with you to the class to utilize your digital courseware, or you may use the technology available in our classroom. Upon completion of your training course you will have access to all revisions of the course materials by accessing your digital courseware from your personal devices.

For instructions to setup your personal account for the Microsoft Official Curriculum, please go to the following link:

If you have issues signing into or creating your profile on Microsoft Learn, please utilize the support tools available at

Benefits for IT professionals and developers

Learn a new technology--In just one course (between one and five days long), you can develop practical skills that cover the technology adoption life cycle from planning to support. You'll gain a level of proficiency that can only be taught through hands-on labs, simulations, and real-world application of skills.

Prepare for certification--Microsoft Certifications are available for core Microsoft technologies and skill levels. Microsoft Official Courses are built with Microsoft Certification in mind and are taught by qualified industry instructors.

Start a new career--The industry instructors who teach Microsoft Official Courses can help you gain IT skills that directly transfer from the classroom to the workplace. Courses offer access to valuable digital resources, which remain available to you long after you complete a course.

Certified new hires reach full productivity sooner, and end up having more opportunities for advancement. On average, certified employees earn 15% more than those without certification and are nearly 20% more productive. (2017 IDC-Microsoft white paper)

Benefits for IT managers

Improve efficiency and productivity--Microsoft Learning Partners can help you get the most out of your organization's technology investment. Employees can gain a level of proficiency with Microsoft technologies in just one to five days.

Prepare for deployment--Skilled training available through Microsoft Learning Partners helps companies accelerate new Microsoft technology deployments and reduce downtime.

Employee development, recruiting, and retention--Training and certification are effective methods for measuring how well team members can work with specific technologies, hardware, and software.

Microsoft trained and certified IT professionals perform 26% better than colleagues with the same responsibilities who were not certified. (IDC, January 2021, white paper)