Available: Melbourne and Sydney
|Pre-requisites||Basic Computer Knowledge|
|Exams Covered||220-801 and 220-802|
A+ Study Guide
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|Logitrain Provides||Handouts, Stationery, Sample Resume and Cover Letter|
|Payment Plan||Weekdays: No, fee is due on the first day
Weeknights/Weekends: Yes, fee payable in two equal instalments in the first and third week
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Sydney: Suite 1A7, 410 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills.
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CompTIA A+ certification is considered as the starting point for a career in IT industry. This certification validates individual’s skills for today’s competitive market. The exam of A plus training covers maintenance of computers, laptops, mobiles, printers and operating systems.
CompTIA A+ is an international, vendor-neutral certification recognized by major hardware and software vendors, distributors and resellers. CompTIA A+ confirms a technician's ability to perform tasks such as installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic networking.
The exams also cover domains such as security, safety and environmental issues and communication and professionalism. The CompTIA A+ exam cost is nothing keeping in view the benefits achieved. So, getting CompTIA A+ certification from Logitrain is the best option for a recession proof career.
- Install, configure, optimize and upgrade personal computer components
- Identify the fundamental principles of using laptops and portable devices
- Identify the fundamental principles of using operating systems
- Identify the fundamental principles of using printers and scanners
- Identify the fundamental principles of networks
- Identify the names, purposes and characteristics of physical security devices and processes
- Identify potential hazards and proper safety procedures
- Use good communication skills when communicating with customers and colleagues
- University students
- Helpdesk operators
- Candidates entering IT job market
- First-level network support staff
- Individuals seeking A+ certification
- Identify basic procedures for adding and replacing FRUs
- Identify typical IRQs, DMAs, and I/O addresses, and procedures for altering these settings when installing and configuring devices
- Identify the names, purposes and performance characteristics of common peripheral ports, associated cabling and their connAectors
- Identify proper procedures for installing and configuring common IDE devices
- Identify proper procedures for installing and configuring common SCSI devices
- Identify proper procedures for installing and configuring common peripheral devices
- Identify procedures to optimize PC operations in specific situations
- Determine the issues that must be considered when upgrading a PC
- Recognize common problems associated with each module and their symptoms, and identify steps to isolate and troubleshoot the problems
- Given a problem situation, interpret the symptoms and infer the most likely cause
- Identify basic troubleshooting procedures and tools, and how to elicit problem symptoms from customers
- Distinguish between the popular CPU chips in terms of their basic characteristics
- Identify the types of RAM (Random Access Memory), form factors and operational characteristics
- Identify the purpose of CMOS memory, what it contains and how and when to change its parameters
- Identify printer technologies, interfaces and options/upgrades
- Recognize common printer problems and techniques used to resolve them
- Identify basic networking concepts including how a network works and establishing internet connectivity
- Identify the major desktop components and interfaces and their functions
- Differentiate the characteristics of Windows 9x/Me, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP
- Identify the names, locations, purposes and contents of major system files
- Demonstrate the ability to use command-line functions and utilities to manage the operating system, including the proper syntax and switches
- Identify basic concepts and procedures for creating, viewing, and managing disks, directories and files
- Identify the major operating system utilities, their purpose, location and available switches
- Identify the procedures for installing Windows 9x/Me, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP
- Identify steps to perform an operating system upgrade from Windows 9.x/ME, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP
- Identify procedures for installing/adding a device, including loading, adding, and configuring device drivers and required software
- Identify procedures necessary to optimize the operating system and major operating system subsystems
- Recognize and interpret the meaning of common error codes and startup messages from the boot sequence and identify steps to correct the problems
- Recognize when to use common diagnostic utilities and tools. Given a diagnostic scenario involving one of these utilities or tools, select the appropriate steps needed to resolve the problem
- Recognize common operational and usability problems and determine how to resolve them
- Identify the networking capabilities of Windows. Given configuration parameters, configure the operating system to connect to a network
- Identify the basic Internet protocols and terminologies
- Identify procedures for establishing Internet connectivity. In a given scenario, configure the operating system to connect to and use Internet resources
- What time shall I arrive at the venue?
There are different course timings for full time and part time courses. See timing and pricing tab
- Does the course include examination costs?
Yes, CompTIA A+ certification from Logitrain includes exams cost. There are two exams included in this certification
- What type of job role could CompTIA A+ certification lead to?
CompTIA A+ certification can lead to following job roles: IT technician, field service technician, PC technician etc..
- What is the exam format?
The exam is multiple choice with approximately 100 questions in 90 minutes.
- What are the pre-requisites for CompTIA A+ certification?
Students getting admission in CompTIA A+ certification should have basic knowledge of computers.