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About this course:
CompTIA A+ is a performance-based qualification ideal for roles in IT operations and technical support. CompTIA A+ practitioners are experts at identifying potential issues and can think on their feet to solve even critical IT problems effectively. The CompTIA A+ syllabus also upskills practitioners to connect users to the data required to perform their jobs, regardless of the devices or hardware being used.
As the only industry-recognized credential with performance-based assessments, CompTIA A+ has become a popular standard for end-point management and technical support roles. The qualification itself is also regularly updated to reflect the most in-demand core skills and abilities for the modern, IT-powered workplace. Kickstart your CompTIA A+ training today with Good e-Learning!
Who is this course aimed at?
Service Desk Analysts
Help Desk Technicians
Technical Support Specialists
Field Service Technicians
Associate Network Engineers
Data Support Technicians
Desktop Support Administrators
End-User Computing Technicians
Help Desk Technicians
System Support Specialists
What will you learn by taking this course?
IT infrastructure support practices, such as advanced device connectivity troubleshooting, end-point management, and basic networking
How to identify, use, connect, configure and support hardware for mobile, PC, and IoT, including connectors, peripherals, and components
Best practices for data storage, recovery, and management
How to perform essential baseline security functions, such as addressing privacy concerns, detecting and removing malware, device hardening, and optimizing physical security
How to install, support, and configure Windows OS, as well as understand other operating systems like Linux, Mac, iOS, and Android
How to administer client and cloud-based SaaS software
Troubleshoot and solve problems related to core service and support challenges
Best practices for documentation, IT support scripting, and change management
How to troubleshoot software on PC and mobile devices for functions like application security
Different types of networks and connections, including WIFI, TCP/IP, and Small Office/Home Office (SOHO)
Troubleshooting practices for device and network issues
Identify and address security vulnerabilities for network connections and devices
Install and configure mobile devices such as laptops and mobiles
Compare, contrast, and utilize cloud computing and client-side visualization
Follow and embed best practices for environmental protection, safety, professionalism, and communication
Why should you take this course?
CompTIA A+ offers a holistic look at essential knowledge for IT operations and support. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, CompTIA certified staff with less than a year of experience demonstrate more knowledge than non-certified staff with three years of experience
An increasing number of job roles have CompTIA A+ certification as a requirement. This included over 23,500 job postings in 2016
The CompTIA IT Employment snapshot showed 2.3% growth between 2015 and 2016, with a further 16% predicted for the next ten years. It also revealed an average salary of $48,620 for computer technical support specialists
CompTIA performance qualifications are highly valued by employees because they validate skills as well as knowledge
The CompTIA A+ Core Series recently expanded to cover growing areas in IT support, such as security, operational procedures, and networking and connectivity
A number of leading organizations utilize CompTIA A+, including Best Buy/Geek Squad, Canon, Dell, HP, Intel, Nissan, and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)
CompTIA has set a global standard for computing networking, support, cloud, mobility, security, and open-source development for over 20 years. Its certification syllabuses are also updated regularly to meet new requirements and challenges
This CompTIA A+ course comes with a variety of CompTIA online training assets, including instructor guides, videos, lab work, study guides, tools, and assessments
Good e-Learning is an award-winning online training provider with a diverse portfolio of accredited e-learning certification courses