Being certified CompTia A+ is to have job security, career opportunities and credibility in the workplace.
CompTIA A+ certification is confirmation that the holder has a broad base of knowledge and competency in hardware and operating system technologies. The skill of the CompTIA A+ holder includes installation, configuration, diagnosing, of basic IT networks.The course contends are shown below:
Day 1: Objective 1.0 Hardware
1.2 Motherboards and Motherboard Components.
1.3 RAM. Random Access Memory, w/ troubleshooting
1.4 PC Expansion Cards.
1.5 Storage w/troubleshooting
1.6 The CPU
1.7 Including 1.11: PC Connections and Connectors
1.8 Power & Power Supplies w/troubleshooting
1.9 The Right PC: Home Assignment with Exam.
1.10 Video and Sound
1.11 Completed with 1.7 above.
1.12 Install and configure common peripheral devices.
Day 2: Objective 1.0 Hardware.
1.13 Printers: Install & Configure
1.14 Printers: Different Technologies
1.15 Printers: Maintenance.
Objective 2.0 Networking
2.1 Cables & Connectors
2.2 Cable Characteristics.
2.4 TCP/IP & UDP Ports
2.5 WIFI Networking.
2.6 SOHO Networking, Install and Configure.
2.7 Connection Types
2.8 Connection Devices.
2.9 Networking Tools of the Trade.
Day 3: Objective 3.0 Mobile Devices
3.1 Laptop Hardware & Components
3.2 Laptop Components
3.3 Laptop Features.
3.4 Other Mobile Devices: Tablets, Phones, etc.
3.5 Accessories and Ports’
Objective 4.0 Hardware and Network Troubleshooting.
4.1 This objective covered in 1.0 above
4.2 This objective covered in 1.0 above
4.3 This objective covered in 1.0 above
4.4 This objective covered in 2.0 above
4.5 This objective covered in 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0 above.
4.6 This objective covered in 1.0 above.
Day 4 Objective 1.0 Windows Operating Systems
1.1 Compare Operating Systems Windows Vista, 7, 8, & 8.1
1.2 Operating System Installation
1.3 Command Line Tools.
1.4 OS Features and Tools.
1.5 The Control Panel
1.6 Install Networking on a Desktop.
1.7 Preventative Maintenance and Tools
Objective 2.0 Other Operating Systems
2.1 MAC OS and Linux
2.3 The Cloud
2.4 Network Hosts
2.5 Mobile Operating Systems: Android, IOS, etc.
2.6 Install and Configure Mobile OS systems.
2.7 Mobile Data synchronization
Day 5 Objective 3.0 Security
3.1 Common Threats and Vulnerabilities
3.3 OS Security Settings.
3.4 Deploy Security Best Practices per Workstation
3.5 Securing the mobile device
3.6 Data Disposal and Destruction
3.7 Secure a SOHO wired and wireless network.
Objective 4.0 Software Troubleshooting
Most objectives covered in Objective 1.0 above.
Objective 5.0 Operational Procedures.
All objectives covered in other Objectives.
3G Infocom Training conducts CompTIA classes face-to-face only. International trainees are welcome to attend. Lessons and all training materials will be provided online
Duration of training is one week, Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm (Malaysian Time), face to face training.
CompTIA certification can be taken in 3GIT’s Test Center. Training fees conducted by 3G-Infocom Training Center for Malaysian Citizens are HRDF claimable.
Schedule of CompTIA training in March:
20th March to 24th March 2017, Monday to Friday (1 weeks), 9:00am to 5:00pm (Malaysian Time) face to face
20th March to 31th April 2017, Monday to Friday (2 weeks), 8:00pm to 11:30pm (Malaysian Time), face to face.
For registration of interest in CompTIA Training Program