|CompTIA A+ Online Training Series|
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A+ 900 Certification Training Series Overview
A+ Certification is the computer industry recognized credential that certifies the competency of PC Service Specialists. It is sponsored by CompTIA - the Computing Technology Industry Association, and tests are administered by Pearson VUE. This certification program is backed by over 50 Major computer hardware and software manufacturers, vendors, distributors, resellers, and publications. Certification provides a wealth of benefits to any person seeking a job in the computer industry! Your successful computer career can start with this one course, or it can serve as proof of your computer hardware and operating system knowledge as a professional already in your field.
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Career Path: Companies that use CompTIA A+ include Canon, Dell, HP, Intel, and the U.S. Department of Defense. The certification can lead to jobs as a Technical Support Specialist, Field Service Technician, IT Support Technician, and IT Support Administrator.
Held by over 1 million IT professionals worldwide, CompTIA A+ is the most essential IT certification for establishing an IT career. It validates understanding of the most common hardware and software technologies in business and certifies the skills necessary to support complex IT infrastructures. The recommended experience for this certification is 6 to 12 months hands-on experience in the lab or field. No prerequisites required.
Does this training qualify for college credits?
Available CEUs for Course Series Completion: 28
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Topic A: Firmware
Topic A: Motherboard Sizes/Form Factors
Topic A: Expansion Cards
Topic A: Memory
Topic A: Ports
Topic A: Storage Devices
Topic A: CPU Types and Characteristics
Topic A: USB
Topic A: Power Supply Specifications
Topic A: What is a Standard Client?
Topic A: Display Device Types
Topic A: DVI to HDMI
Topic A: Standard Input Device Types
Topic A: SOHO Networks
Topic A: Printers
Topic A: Technical Printer Components
Topic A: Network Interface Card Characteristics
Topic A: TCP/IP
Topic A: Ports
Topic A: Standards
Topic A: Setting up your Router
Topic A: LANs
Topic A: Cable Testers
Topic A: Laptops
Topic A: What is Mobile Technology?
Topic A: Mobile Device Connection Types
Topic A: Troubleshooting Theory
Topic A: Drive and Array Troubleshooting Tools
Topic A: Common Video and Display Issues
Topic A: Common Network Issues
Topic A: Common Printer Troubleshooting Tools
Topic A: Microsoft Windows
Topic A: The Command Prompt
Topic A: Administrative Tools
Topic A: The Control Panel
Topic A: Workgroups
Topic A: Data Backup and Restoration
Topic A: Patch Management in Mac OS X and Linux
Topic A: What is Virtualization?
Topic A: SaaS (Software as Service)
Topic A: Server Roles
Topic A: Open Source Software
Topic A: Mobile Device Hotspot
Topic A: Malware
Topic A: Physical Security
Topic A: Users and Groups
Topic A: Password Best Practices
Topic A: Locks
Topic A: Operating System Troubleshooting Tools
Topic A: Browser Issues
Topic A: Dim Display
Topic A: Static Electricity
Topic A: Types of Hardware Toolkits
Topic A: Incident Response