COMPTIA CERTIFICATION

Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a neutral organization that set standards in the Computer Technology Industry.

Since 1982, CompTIA have been working with IT Vendors and Partners to introduced standards that all IT Vendors can follows.

As a vendor-neutral organization, CompTIA has developed certifications with standards to measure the skills and ability of an IT Professional. Employers can now use these certifications as a guideline to hire these IT Professionals.

Such Certification are as follows:

A+ Certification

A+ Certification measures the skills and ability of Computer Technicians who are new or is already part of the IT Industry.

Small to large companies uses this certification to reassure their customers that their technicians are A+ Certified.

We can help you get A+ Certified! You will be taught the A+ Exams objectives that will help you pass the A+ Certification exams.

There are 2 exams pass to become A+ Certification. Please contact a Course Coordinator for more information regarding the schedule, course fees and where you can take the certification exams.

Network+

Network+ Certification provides an IT Professional with the proof that they can work on a Local and Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN).

As an IT Professional who manages or administers a LAN/WAN you should know these network technologies: Operating Systems installation and configuration, transport media and topologies, management, and security.

Career opportunities are available as network administrator, network technician, network installer, and help desk technician.

Security+

CompTIA Security+ certifies knowledgeable professionals in the field of Network security and risk management. Canditades may find career opportunities as a Security Engineer, Security Consultant, Network Administrator andIA Technician or Manager.

Linux+

CompTIA Linux+ validates the fundamental knowledge and skills required of junior Linux administrators. This course covers system architecture; Linux Installation and package management; GNU and Unix commands; devices, Linux filesystems, and filesystem hierarchy standard; Networking fundamentals; Security and more.