CompTIA A+ Certification
CompTIA A+ Certification Training
- Course Code: GES328
- Course Hours: 290
- Allotted Time to Complete Course: 6 Months
- Prerequisites: None
David Grimes has more than 10 years of management and leadership experience in the private and non-profit sectors. Grimes is passionate about technology and education, having worked as academic dean, student services director, technology coordinator, teacher, consultant, and technology columnist. He holds a Master of Education and a Bachelor of Science from Ohio State University, both in Technology Education.
- Learn the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting processes for most devices.
- Be fully prepared to sit for the CompTIA 220-1001 and 220-1002 certification exams.
CompTIA A+ (220-1001)
Introduction to the 220-1001 section of the CompTIA A+ exam
Desktop and laptop assembly, motherboards, BIOS and Processors
Hardware Part Ii
Troubleshooting cooling and power issues, maintaining and install hard drives and storage
Common approaches to network connections, router setup, TCP/IP and local networking
Mobile And More
Mobile device security and virtualization
CompTIA A+ (220-1002)
Introduction to the 220-1002 section of the CompTIA A+ exam
Tools for installing and maintaining Windows interfaces, command lines and remote desktops
Solving problems with boot process, startup and re-installation
Best practices for securing Windows from malicious software
Mac and Linux
Troubleshooting and maintaining MacOS and Linux operating systems
CompTIA A+ FAQ
Why should I get CompTIA A+ certified?
The CompTIA A+ certification addresses performance-based topics and questions that prove you can think on your feet and solve systems, software and network problems in real-time.
Why does CompTIA A+ certification matter for IT Support Specialists?
As the most respected associate-level IT certification in the industry, CompTIA A+ certification verifies that you have passed a standard that is supported by companies like Intel, Dell and HP.
What do IT/Computer Support Specialists do?
Support specialists install and support hardware, including computers, accessories, mobile devices and network equipment. They also monitor, maintain and troubleshoot hardware, networks, operating systems and applications.
What job titles are associated with the CompTIA A+ Certification?
Every organization creates its own job titles. CompTIA A+ certified professionals could work as a service desk analyst, technical support specialist, desktop support administrator, help desk technician or system support specialist.
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