There is a new approach to learning, with hands-on training at Microsoft Learn. At the Ignite keynote, Scott Guthrie announced the availability of Microsoft Learn. This new learning site says it will help you achieve your goals faster. Microsoft have launched more than 80 hours of learning for Azure, Dynamics 365, Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow. IT is module based. The new learning platform should help up-level your skills, prepare for new role-based certification exams, and explore additional training offerings such as instructor-led training and Pluralsight. There are 2 tracks so far. Learn Azure and Learn Business Applications. To save the progress of your learning you need to first logon and your username, display name, achievements and activities will be publically visible https://techprofile.microsoft.com/en-gb/
There are learning learning options. Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) which is video based. EDX also provides other courses where you can learn about Microsoft technologies and follow different career paths.