The Official CompTIA® A+® Core 2 course is specifically designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to become successful A+ technicians. This course serves as comprehensive preparation for the CompTIA A+ Core 2 certification examination (exam numbers 220-1002), which is a significant step towards obtaining the CompTIA A+ certification.
Professionals who hold CompTIA A+ certification are recognized as skilled problem solvers. They possess the expertise to support a wide range of core technologies, including security, cloud computing, data management, and more. CompTIA A+ has become the industry standard for launching successful IT careers in today’s digital world. It is the sole credential acknowledged by the industry that includes performance-based assessments, demonstrating professionals’ ability to think on their feet and execute critical IT support tasks in real-world scenarios. Employers worldwide trust CompTIA A+ certification to identify individuals who excel in end-point management and technical support roles.
By completing this course and obtaining the CompTIA A+ Core 2 certification, students will establish themselves as go-to professionals in the IT industry, equipped with the skills and knowledge to excel in their careers in various technical support and end-point management roles.
What Will You Learn?
- Throughout this course, students will acquire the skills necessary to carry out a range of tasks related to personal computers, digital devices, and operating systems. Specifically, students will learn to install, configure, optimize, troubleshoot, repair, upgrade, and perform preventive maintenance on these systems. Additionally, students will gain proficiency in the following areas:
- 1. Manage users, workstations, and shared resources: Students will learn how to create and manage user accounts, configure workstation settings, and enable resource sharing among multiple devices.
- 2. Implement client virtualization and cloud computing: Students will understand the concepts and techniques involved in deploying client virtualization and utilizing cloud computing services.
- 3. Implement physical security: Students will learn best practices for implementing physical security measures to protect computer systems and devices from unauthorized access or theft.
- 4. Secure workstations and data: Students will acquire knowledge and skills related to securing workstations and data, including implementing access controls, encryption, and backup solutions.
- 5. Troubleshoot workstation security issues: Students will develop the ability to identify and resolve security-related issues and vulnerabilities on workstations.
- 6. Support and troubleshoot laptops: Students will gain expertise in providing support and troubleshooting for laptops, including hardware components, operating systems, and connectivity.
- 7. Support and troubleshoot mobile devices: Students will learn how to provide support and troubleshoot issues on mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
- 8. Install, configure, and troubleshoot print devices: Students will become proficient in the installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of various types of print devices, including printers and multifunction devices.
- 9. Implement operational procedures: Students will understand the importance of following operational procedures in managing computer systems, including documentation, backup processes, and change management.
- By mastering these skills, students will be well-prepared to handle a wide range of tasks and challenges related to personal computers, digital devices, and operating systems.