Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM2016) training courses in the US
Our industry-leading Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM2016) training courses are available across the US through our specialist training company Oxford Computer Training.
We teach MIM at three levels…
… and offer our 4-day courses both live instructor-led in the classroom or via Skype. You can also take our Foundation and Advanced MIM training as an online, self-paced course. So no matter where you are – from California to New York – our five-star rated training courses are available to you.
Hear what students who attended our MIM Foundation training in Bothell, WA, in 2018 had to say about their course:
“Awesome”, “awesome”, “awesome” says John T
The class was awesome – I can’t wait to take the next course. It filled in a lot of gaps for me – and for my colleagues who are anxiously waiting for my return so we can start making some changes in the environment. It’s awesome – very informative.
Paul (the instructor) is great – very knowledgable, and he’s funny. Identity in general is very boring thing, but he made it very, very exciting. The class was awesome. Me doing this course will help the business – we’ll be able to tie more systems into a single identity platform and make everyone’s life easier because we’ll have fewer passwords and usernames. It’ll help with reporting and security, and the fact we’ll have a central identity will make the business run a lot more efficiently.
I can’t wait to do the MIM Advanced class and the MIM Expert class!
Lyle R told us his training was “an eye-opening experience” and “a big help” in his work
Very informative class – lots of good stuff. I’ve been working with MIM for about 10 years, and on the first day I wasn’t sure what I’d pick up but it’s been an eye-opening experience!
Paul is great. He takes a very dry technical subject and keeps it lively and keeps us all engaged. He’s very detailed in answering our questions.
This course is going to be a big help in my work. I’ve been troubleshooting and managing FIM, MIM, MIS from an operations standpoint – users having problems syncing from one environment to another – and my job was to figure out why. Now I’m going to be able to help some of our senior engineers when it comes time for deployment and configurations because now I know what’s happening underneath the covers.
Chris M says it was “worth flying here to do it”
The course was very good, I was very pleased with what I’ve learned, the way the course was put together – doing a lot of slides, and the hands-on labs work was very beneficial. It was definitely worth flying here to do it.
We currently only have one person that does MIM right now, so having done this course, I’ll be able to assist him with his work and give us, as a company, some more opportunities with other customers. There’s a lot of MIM work in the pipeline so I can be an asset to our company. The course is a good groundwork.
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Got a team to teach? Our MIM private courses are hugely popular!
If you have a number of people to train, then let’s arrange a private MIM course for you and we’ll either send one of our fabulous instructors to you, or they can teach your team via Skype! In the recent past our instructors have taught MIM across Europe, the Middle East, North America and the Caribbean. It’s extremely cost effective to train your team together and there are many other benefits, including:
- When a team learns together they can ask questions more freely, bounce ideas off each other, and share information about their organization’s systems and unique environment.
- We can customize the training to your needs and the skill levels of your staff.
- Our instructor will be ALL YOURS for 4 days. Our instructors are highly experienced identity consultants, so you’ll have your own expert MIM resource for that time.
- You’ll save money on travel, accommodation and expenses.
An IT team in Kansas did just this:
If you’re considering MIM, you don’t want to proceed without Oxford Computer Group’s world-class training. This is what makes or breaks IAM Departments. Without it, our complex identity management project could not have succeeded.