CompTia A+

PC COMPUTER SERVICE TECHNICIAN
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 AN INDUSTRY STANDARD  FOR ESTABLISHING A CAREER IN IT

CompTIA A+ 2019 is the foundation of your IT career

CompTIA A+ is the preferred qualifying credential for technical support and IT operational roles. It is about much more than PC repair.

  • Candidates are better prepared to troubleshoot and problem solve.
  • Technicians understand a wide variety of issues ranging from networking and operating systems to mobile devices and security.
  • A+ supports the ability to connect users to the data they need to do their jobs regardless of the devices being used

Course Syllabus

220-1001

  • Chapter 1 Motherboards, Processors, and Memory

    1.Computer Motherboard Form Factors
    2.PSU (Power Supply Unit)
    3.CPU (Processor)
    4.CPU Cooling
    5.Computer Memory
    6.Expnsion Slots
    7.Adapter and Connectors
    8.Chipset
    9.BIOS and Firmware
    10.Peripherals

  • Chapter 2 Storage Devices

    1.Hard Disk Drive (HDD)
    2.Solid State Drive (SSD)
    3.PATA Drive Cables
    4.SATA Drive Cables
    5.SCSI Drive Cables
    6.RAID Technologies

  • Chapter 3 Display Devices

    1.Ports and Connectors
    2.CRT Monitors
    3.LCD Monitors
    4.LED Monitors
    5.Display and Resolutions Settings

  • Chapter 4 Networking

    1.Introduction to IP4 & MAC Address
    2.Common Network Ports and Cables-
    3.Network Devices
    4.Installing a SOHO Network
    5.802.11 Wireless Standards
    6.Cellular Network Technologies
    7.Network Services
    8.Overview of IPv6

  • Chapter 5 Mobile Devices

    1.Laptop Hardware
    2.Laptop Displays
    3.Laptop Features
    4.Mobile Devices
    5.Mobile Device Connections
    6.Mobile Device Accessories
    7.Mobile Device Connectivity
    8.Configuring Email on Mobile Devices

  • Chapter 6 Printers

    1.Impact Printers
    2.Inkjet Printers
    3.Thermal Printers
    4.Laser Printers
    5.Printer Maintenance

220-1002

  • Chapter 1 Operating Systems

    1.Operating Systems Overview
    2.An Overview of Windows 7
    3.An Overview of Windows 8 and 8.1
    4.An Overview of Windows 10
    5.Installing Operating Systems
    6.Microsoft Command Line Tools
    7.Network Command Line Tools
    8.Windows Administrative Tools
    9.Windows Firewall
    10.Task Manager
    11.System Utilities
    12.Windows Control Panel
    13.HomeGroups, Workgroups, and Domains
    14.Windows Network Technologies
    15.Over View of macOS
    16.Over View of Linux

  • Chapter 2 Security

    1.Physical Security
    2.Logical Security
    3.Types of Malware
    4.Anti-Malware Tools
    5.Social Engineering Attacks
    6.Brute Force Attacks
    7.Spoofing
    8.Windows Security Settings

  • Chapter 3 Virtualization and Cloud Computing

    1.Cloud Models
    2.Cloud Services
    3.Client-side Virtualization

  • Chapter 4 Operational Procedures

    1.Documentation Best Practices
    2,Disaster Recovery
    3.Safety Procedures
    4.Managing Electrostatic Discharge
    5.Environmental Impacts
    6.Professionalism