A Quick Glance

CompTIA A+ is an entry-level certification which provides fundamental understanding of core IT technologies and support skills. Designed for those new to IT, CompTIA A+ is a prerequisite for many support and administration jobs, and because it's vendor-neutral, it can be used anywhere, in any industry.

Our CompTIA A+ course consists of 5 days of rigorous preparation for the CompTIA A+ exam, providing a full understanding of today's technologies and how to use them. This includes PC components, networking devices and operating systems such as Windows.

 

Who should take this course

  • Service Desk Analyst
  • Data Support Technician
  • Help Desk Tech
  • Desktop Support Administrator
  • Technical Support Specialist
  • End User Computing Technician
  • Field Service Technician
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Associate Network Engineer
  • System Support Specialist
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Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites, but basic knowledge of IT and networking is recommended.

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What Will You Learn

CompTIA A+ covers the following technologies:

  • Hardware
  • Operating Systems
  • Software Troubleshooting
  • Networking
  • Hardware and Network Troubleshooting
  • Security
  • Mobile Devices
  • Virtualization and Cloud Computing
  • Operational Procedures
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What's included

  Course Overview

CompTIA A+ certification requires the passing of two exams: 220-1001 and 220-1002. 

220-1001 covers mobile devices, networks, hardware, virtualization and cloud computing. 220-1002 covers operating systems, security, software troubleshooting and operating procedures.

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  Course Content

  • Module 1: PC Components
  • Module 2: Portable Computers
  • Module 3: Operating Systems
  • Module 4: PC Support
  • Module 5: Printers and Scanners
  • Module 6: Networking
  • Module 7: PC Support Industry
  • Module 8: Configuring and Troubleshooting the OS
  • Module 9: Network Support
  • Module 10: PC Maintenance and Troubleshooting
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CompTIA Training

What is CompTIA Certification?

CompTIA is the Computing Technology Industry Association. Created in 1982, among other duties it issues professional IT certifications for those who pass exams. CompTIA’s certifications are issued in over 120 countries and it has provided certifications to 2.2 million people.

 

Steps for achieving CompTIA certification with us:

  • The first step is to enrol onto one of our CompTIA certification courses. These are:
    • CompTIA A+ - Gain an understanding of the fundamentals of IT hardware, technologies and operating systems
    • CompTIA Security+ - Specialise in network security and learn the core skills required to solve problems and maintain cybersecurity
    • CompTIA Network+ - Learn how to configure, manage and administrate networks
  • Choose from online, classroom or virtual training.
  • Once you’ve finished your course and are ready, use the provided exam voucher to book your exam.

 

Advantages of CompTIA certification

  • Industry-recognised and respected
  • Aligned to specific IT career paths and employer expectations
  • Provides core skills which can be used with any technology, hardware or software
  • Join a community of IT professionals with exclusive access to materials and advice to help you in your career

 



CompTIA A+ Certification Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Bristol
20-07-2020
£1644.00
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Bristol
07-12-2020
£1644.00

About Bristol

With a population of 449,300 in 2017 , Bristol is located in south west England. It has borders with Somerset and Gloucester. Earlier known as Brycgstow (the place at the bridge),it was known to be the starting point for many a great explorations. Bristol's modern economy rests on creative media, electronics and aerospace industries. The city-centre docks have been reconstructed as heritage centres. Its currency is the Bristol pound.It is home to the te University of the West of England and the University of Bristol . Besides, it also has many  other artistic and sporting organisations and venues.

History

Findings in Bristol point out to the presence of inhabitants during the Paleolothic Age. Bristol came into being around 1020 AD. It started off as a trading center that produced silver pennies. It further developed as a port during the 11th century. The stone bridge that gives Bristol its name (built in 1247 AD) was replaced in 1760’s. In the mid  14th Century, half of Bristol was lost to the Black Death. During the 15th and 16th Century , Bristol had trade links with  Ireland, Iceland, and Gascony. The Diocese of Bristol was founded in 1542. Bristol kept on growing in the coming centuries. By the 20th Century its population increased to  428,089 in 1971 from  330,000 in 1901. Bristol also saw massive damages from the German and Nazi armies during the second world war. The Bristol city centre when rebuilt had numerous skyscrapers. The 1980s saw the closure of some of the main roads. Some of the areas had to be restored and regenerated.  The  city centre's tallest  towers was demolished. Bristol also saw changes to its  roads when M4 and M5 were introduced. 

Sport

Bristol has teams representing all the major national sports. Bristol City and Bristol Rovers are the city's leading football clubs. Bristol Rugby (Rugby Union) and Gloucestershire County Cricket Club are also based in the city.

Gloucestershire County Cricket Club has its headquartersat the Bristol County Ground. It  plays its home games at the same ground. Formed by the family of W. G. Grace, it is arguably Bristol's most successful as Gloucestershire CCC also won the Royal London One-Day Cup in 2015. The Bristol Flyers are a well known basketball team from Bristol. They  have achieved some good success in the British Basketball League,  since 2014. Bristol Aztecs are another team from Bristol who play in the BAFA National Leagues.    Iice hockey made a comeback to Bristol after a 17-year period when The Bristol Pitbulls playing at Bristol Ice Rink. Bristol sponsors an a half marathon every year. It played host to the 2001 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships also.  Bristol and West AC, Bitton Road Runners and Westbury Harriers are athletic clubs from Bristol. Bristol has staged the finishing and starting stages of the Tour of Britain cycle race. Facilities in the city were used as training camps for the 2012 London Olympics. The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, a major UK hot-air ballooning event, is held each summer at Ashton Court.

 

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