The CompTIA A+ certification is recognized by employers world-wide as a demonstration of computer technician competency. Two CompTIA exams must be passed before a person can obtain the A+ certification. In this video, CompTIA pro Mark Long uses hands-on demonstrations, photos, and animations to review the content covered in the first exam: 220-901.
A key benefit of this video is instruction on how to obtain a copy of CompTIA's published 2015 objectives. Knowing the objectives helps you identify your knowledge weaknesses and allows you to focus on what you need to know to pass the exam. The course is targeted at beginning level computer technicians eager to land their first real IT jobs as well as existing A+ certification holders who need to re-certify.
- Get prepared for the A+, the certification that opens the computer technician career door
- Understand the technologies and functionalities covered in the CompTIA 220-901 A+ exam
- See how to obtain a copy of CompTIA's published 2015 objectives - critical for passing the exam
- Review A+ knowledge related to PC hardware, peripherals, mobile devices, and networking
- Survey A+ knowledge related to troubleshooting hardware and network connectivity issues
- Discover memorization techniques that make taking the exam easier and less stressful
Mark Long is a long term contributor to O'Reilly Media having authored twelve book and video titles including CompTIA Security+ SY0-401 (2014 Objectives), Windows Presentation Foundation Basics, Learning Windows PowerShell, and Securing Windows Networks. He solves IT issues for numerous Fortune 500 companies as the head of his own consulting company. Mark holds the A+ certification and many others, including Microsoft's MCSE, MCDBA, and MCT.