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Microsoft's SATV program is ending: what does that mean for you?

Frank van de Laarschot
  • Date: 14 April, 2021

Starting 1 July 2021, it is not possible to make or assign new Microsoft Software Assurance Training Vouchers (SATV). Learn what this means for you and what you should do before 1 July in this article.

Until which date can you use your SATV's?

You need to create your vouchers before 1 July 2021, provide the vouchers with training days and assign them to someone. After you've done this, the voucher is ready for use and the employee can attend a training course using the voucher. The voucher is valid for 180 days after it has been created.

If you don't create your vouchers before 1 July, you can't use them anymore. Make sure you create your vouchers on time.

Which training courses can you attend using a SATV?

The SATV;s are valid for almost all Microsoft training courses, with the exception of Azure training courses. Last year, Microsoft Azure courses were retired from the Microsoft Software Assurance program. Learn more about SATV on this page.

What program will succeed the SATV program?

The SATV program will not be succeeded by another program.

How can you book a training course using a SATV?

Plan your training courses with a Global Knowledge advisor. Reach out to your account manager or the customer service desk to do this.

Check out all the Microsoft training courses Global Knowledge has on offer via the button below.

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Frank van de Laarschot

Business Development Manager

I am responsible for the Microsoft Training activity at Global Knowledge in the Netherlands and Belgium. I work closely together with Microsoft creating training initiatives, marketing initiatives and events for existing and new technologies.

If you need an update on Microsoft certifications for yourself or your employees, just ask for a presentation by me.
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