Gaining access to Dynamics Learning Portal: Essential Dynamics 365 Learning & Study material – Part 3

In the past 2 articles, I discussed some of the basics for learning Microsoft Dynamics 365 including an Introduction to Learning Dynamics 365, setting up trial Dynamics 365 Online instances and Creating your Learning Plans in Dynamics Learning Portal

In this article, I’m trying to give some guidance to new Dynamics 365 learners on how to gain access to the essential Dynamics Learning Portal (DLP). You can access DLP through this link: https://mbspartner.microsoft.com/Home

However, you need to make sure that you are using Microsoft logins that are associated with a Dynamics Partner or Customer who have access to the Dynamics Learning Portal. Otherwise, you will not be able to access DLP.

Alternatively, if you do not have access to DLP via your employer, either as a partner or customer, then your next best option is to register as a consultant at https://www.365talentportal.com/. Talent 365 Portal can give you access to DLP as a signed up consultant with them. Please talk directly to them if you require further guidance.

Once you gain access to DLP, my advice is to build up a learning plan (as per my previous post) that can help you learn Dynamics 365 step by step through video tutorials, live sessions, etc. You should always start with the “Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics 365” video (level 200) and then move to the value proposition.

Hope this helps! Feel free to comment below if you need help accessing DLP and I’ll see what I can do. You can also register for the Free Dynamics 365 Mentoring Programme on the CRM Boutique: http://crm.boutique

2 Replies to “Gaining access to Dynamics Learning Portal: Essential Dynamics 365 Learning & Study material – Part 3”

  1. Hi Mohamed,

    I am Prema, CRM Developer. I tried to access DLP through 365talentportal. But I am unable to do so as it is asking for MCP ID. I do not have MCP ID. Can you please help me to resolve this and access DLP.

    Thanks
    Prema

    1. Hi Prema. To be honest, I had my MCP along with my first Microsoft certification in 1999! So I can’t remember how I got it. I suggest you visit: http://mcp.microsoft.com and check if you can get it even if you haven’t sat for any Microsoft certification, yet.

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