What are they? These vendor-neutral certifications and their associated objectives ensure one has an excellent base from which to launch their IT career. Topics cover computer hardware, troubleshooting, networking, and security at an entry, but professional level.
Why it matters: CompTIA is the gold standard for entry-level IT training. There are currently over 260,000 people who are A+ certified alone, and this plus the Network+ and Security+ continue to be in demand with all types of employers. All three of these appear on the DoD directive 8570 list. This list is a list of required certifications for those who will work in government or government contractor related positions. The A+ and Network+ are on the list, but the Security+ is the demarcation point between the “rookies” and the “pros.”
Each program includes
- Instructive video
- Interactive labs
- Adaptive test prep program
This Training Special will prepare the students to take their CompTIA Exams and be certified for the summer.
Click Here to see what just passing your CompTIA A+ Exam will take your annual salary to.
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So we look forward to seeing you soon for training.