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New Learning Partner - how do I do it?

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Hi there,

 

I have recently been successful to register as a new Microsoft Partner and have purchased the Learning Action Pack. I have redeemed the E3 license and other benefits. 

 

I would like to know how I can provide labs ideally or, basically, VMs, to my students for them to have a way of putting the course content into practice? How do existing training providers do this?  For example, for let's say a period of 30 days whilst they are undergoing my training for say PL-900, I would like to give them access to a virtual machine / lab of some kind so that they can put the training hands-on to use, so therefore this would need to include access to the Power Platform. When the course ends, I'd like to then be able to deprovision this for that cohort, and reset it for the next training cohort. 

 

Many thanks

Phil 

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For courses such as PL-900, you are required as a partner to go through the ALHs that Microsoft has verified. You can verify what courses require VM labs in the Courseware Title Plan excel document.

The title of this document talks about Azure Pass retirement, but if you go to the bottom of the 2nd page there is an explanation about the Authorized Lab Hosters.

https://assetsprod.microsoft.com/mpn/en-us/azure-pass-retirement-partner-faq.pdf
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best response confirmed by DCSUK (Copper Contributor)
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For courses such as PL-900, you are required as a partner to go through the ALHs that Microsoft has verified. You can verify what courses require VM labs in the Courseware Title Plan excel document.

The title of this document talks about Azure Pass retirement, but if you go to the bottom of the 2nd page there is an explanation about the Authorized Lab Hosters.

https://assetsprod.microsoft.com/mpn/en-us/azure-pass-retirement-partner-faq.pdf

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