CompTIA A+ (Core Hardware and Basic Networking)
What Is A+ Certification?
The A+ certification program was developed by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) to provide an industry-wide means of certifying the competency of computer service technicians. The A+ certification is granted to those who have attained the level of knowledge and troubleshooting skills that are needed to provide capable support in the field of personal computers. It is similar to other certifications in the computer industry, such the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) program and the Microsoft certification programs. The theory behind these certifications is that if you need to have service performed on any of their products, you would sooner call a technician who has been certified in one of the appropriate certification programs than just call the first “expert” in the phone book.
The A+ certification program was created to offer a wide-ranging certification, in the sense that it is intended to certify competence with personal computers from many different makers/vendors. You must pass two tests to become A+ certified: NN The A+ 220-801 exam, which covers basic computer concepts, PC hardware, basic networking, soft skills (such as customer service), and safety NN The A+ 220-802 exam, which covers operating systems, security, mobile devices, and troubleshooting You don’t have to take the 220-801 and the 220-802 exams at the same time. The A+certification is not awarded until you’ve passed both tests.
It Pays to Get Certified
In a digital world, digital literacy is an essential survival skill. Certification proves you have the knowledge and skills to solve business problems in virtually any business environment. Certifications are highly valued credentials that qualify you for jobs, increased compensation, and promotion.
Certification Advances Your Career
The CompTIA A+ credential provides foundation-level knowledge and skills necessary for a career in PC repair and support. The starting salary for CompTIA A+ Certified individuals can be as much as $65,000 per year. Mandated/recommended by organizations worldwide such as Cisco, HP, and Ricoh, the US State Department, and US government contractors such as EDS, General
Dynamics, and Northrop Grumman.
Here are some of the primary benefits individuals report from becoming A+ certified:
More efficient troubleshooting
Improved career advancement
More insightful problem solving
More than 850,000 individuals worldwide are CompTIA A+ certified.
- Lectures 20
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 70 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language Bangla & English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes
- Motherboards, Processors, and Memory
- Storage Devices and Power Supplies
- Peripherals and Expansion
- Display Devices
- Custom Configurations
- Networking Fundamentals
- Introduction to TCP/IP
- Installing Wireless and SOHO Networks
- Understanding Laptops
- Installing and Configuring Printers
- Understanding Operational Procedures
- Operating System Basics
- Operating System Administration
- Working with Windows 7
- Working with Windows Vista
- Working with Windows XP
- Mobile Devices
- Troubleshooting Theory, OSs, and Security
- Hardware and Network Troubleshooting