We’ve heard several success stories of youngsters who passed technical certifications offered by different companies. Humza Shahzad, a six-year old British boy, managed to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist for Word 2013, making him one of the youngest people to pass the certification.
Humza always had a passion for technology, and his parents gave him a smartphone at the age of two. It didn’t end there, his parents gave him a laptop six months later. Humza’s father is an IT consultant while his mother is a teacher. Both of them were always keen to promote technology and teach their child about it later.
The certificate above proves his point, but as BBC reports, he doesn’t want to enter the field of technology when grows up, and wants to be a pilot.
Nonetheless, this is a great achievement for the boy at such a young age. People usually take these certifications when they are grown ups to increase their knowledge about Microsoft’s services.Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Certified Professional, Office