New Training Course for CompTIA A+ Certification

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 Editor’s Note: This post is outdated. For an updated guide see Jed Reisner’s A+ 220-801 and 220-802 guide.

Following the Computing Technology Industry Association’s (CompTIA) update of the A+ Certification, LearnKey has announced the immediate availability of video-based training to help candidates prepare for the updated A+ certification exams.

The course is now shipping in DVD format, with release of interactive CD-ROM and online formats scheduled to follow in February 2004. The A+ certification, developed and maintained by CompTIA, is the industry-standard credential for entry-level computer technicians.

 

LearnKey said that after taking the course, A+ certification candidates will feel confident in their abilities to install, configure and troubleshoot personal computer hardware and Windows operating systems. They will also be prepared to pass the both the Core Hardware and the OS Technologies exams required for A+ certification.

 

Other IT certification preparatory courses available from LearnKey include:

 

CompTIA

 

 

  • Network+
  • Security+
  • Linux+ (coming soon)

 

Microsoft

 

 

  • Systems Engineer (MCSE)
  • Systems Administrator (MCSA)
  • Solution Developer (MCSD)

 

Cisco

 

 

  • Network Administrator (CCNA)
  • Network Professional (CCNP)
  • Security Professional (CCSP)

 

A single-user license is priced at $595 (U.S.). For more information, go to http://www.learnkey.com.

 

 

 

 

Tanisha Blakely, Editor of Electronic Media– mailto:tblakely@certmag.com.

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