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CompTIA™ A+ Certification Training

Prepare for the CompTIA A+ Certification Exam

CompTIA's A+ certification is the top credential for associate-level IT professionals. This 100% online course will prepare you for CompTIA A+ certification exams 220-1001 and 220-1002. You’ll learn how to install and configure operating systems, expand IT security, troubleshoot software and other common operational procedures.

Job Outlook for CompTIA A+ Certified IT Professionals

According to PayScale.com, certified IT and computer support specialists can earn around $44,970 per year on average.

Earning CompTIA A+ certification expands job opportunities for computer and IT support specialists because it focuses on knowledge that can be applied across computer systems and networks.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics also lists "Computer Support Specialist" among its most promising career areas, expecting 10 percent annual growth in job opportunities over the coming decade.

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Find Out Why This Certification Will Enhance Your Career!

Learn more about why out program is right for you. Registering for the CompTIA A+ Certification Online Training through Florida Gulf Coast University affords you many opportunities. 

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CompTIA A+


COMPTIA A+ (220-1001)

Introduction to the 220-1001 section of the CompTIA A+ exam



Desktop and laptop assembly, motherboards, BIOS and Processors



Troubleshooting cooling and power issues, maintaining and install hard drives and storage



Common approaches to network connections, router setup, TCP/IP and local networking



Mobile device security and virtualization

COMPTIA A+ (220-1002)

Introduction to the 220-1002 section of the CompTIA A+ exam



Tools for installing and maintaining Windows interfaces, command lines and remote desktops



Solving problems with boot process, startup and re-installation



Best practices for securing Windows from malicious software



Troubleshooting and maintaining MacOS and Linux operating systems