CompTIA A+ (2009 Objectives)

This introductory course covers all the essential information you need to get started with a career as a computer technician.
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Rating
(18)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Nov 16, 2010
Duration
38h 10m
Table of contents
Getting Started with A+ Essentials Training
Computer System Overview
Storage and Backup Devices
Motherboards
Central Processing Units
Memory
Adapter Cards
Printers
Display Devices (Monitors)
Input Devices
Power Supplies
Cooling Methods
Laptop Components
Troubleshooting Methodology
Common Computer Issues
Preventative Maintenance
Windows Operating Systems
Windows Installation Concepts
Windows Installation Walkthrough
Windows Configuration
Windows User Interface
Windows Boot Sequence
Networking Fundamentals
Network Cables and Connectors
Network Types
IT Security Principals
Security Features
Safety and Environmental Procedures
Communication and Professionalism
Preparing for Your CompTIA A+ Essentials (220-701) Exam
Getting Started with A+ Practical Application Training
Hardware Installation
Troubleshoot, Repair or Replace Components
Install, Configure, Troubleshoot and Repair Laptop Components
Troubleshooting and Repair Tools
Detect and Resolve Printer Issues
Troubleshooting Commands
Windows Operating System Directory Structure
System Utilities
Disk Utilities
Resolving Common Issues
Troubleshooting Client-side Connectivity
Install and Configure a Small Office Home Office Network
Viruses and Malware Management
Implementing Security
Preparing for the CompTIA A+ Practical Application (220-702) Exam
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Description
Course info
Rating
(18)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Nov 16, 2010
Duration
38h 10m
Description

This introductory course covers all the essential information you need to get started with a career as a computer technician. In this course, you'll learn to install operating systems, perform preventative maintenance, and develop networking, security, and troubleshooting skills. No prerequisite knowledge or experience is required. If you're brand new to IT, don't have any formal computer hardware or software training, or are looking to change careers, this course is a great place to start.

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Paul is a highly decorated IT Professional with over 14 years of experience in the areas of IT Training, IT Service Management, IT Infrastructure Management, and IT Security.

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