CompTIA A+ (Certified Hardware Engineer) Training

Validates understanding of the most common hardware and software technologies in business and certify the skills necessary to support complex IT infra

  • 100+ hours
  • 195 Learners
  • Beginner
  • 24x7 Online LMS

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    • Sun, 05/28/2017
      Electronic City, B'lore
      10:00-12:00
    • Sun, 05/28/2017
      Kormangala, B'lore
      10:30-12:30
    • Sun, 05/28/2017
      Rajaji Nagar, B'lore
      10:30-12:30
    • Sun, 05/28/2017
      J P Nagar, B'lore
      100
    • Sun, 05/28/2017
      Jayanagar, B'lore
      10:30-12:30
    • Sun, 05/28/2017
      Banaswadi, B'lore
      09:30-11:30

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    Program Highlights:

    Who Should Attend

    • Job Seekers in PC/IT Support
    • Job Seekers in PC/IT Administration
    • Anyone looking to pass CompTIA A+ exams (220-901 and 220-902)
    • Anyone looking for Vendor Neutral Certification in IT Infrastructure

    Course Outcome

    • CompTIA A+ 220-901 which proves your expertise in computer technology fundamentals, such as PC installation, configuration, mobile devices and networking as well as safety procedures and prohibited content.
    • CompTIA A+ 220-902 which proves your expertise in installing and configuring PC and mobile operating systems, as well as common functions in networking, email and security.

    Curriculum

    • Safety Procedures
      Motherboard Components
      Power Supplies
      Connection Interfaces
      Peripherals and Expansion Slots
      Output and Multimedia Devices
    • Mass Storage Devices
      Removable Storage Devices
      System Memory
      Processors
      BIOS
      Custom Configuration
    • Laptops
      Printer Types
      Installing and Configuring Printers
      Preventive Maintenance
    • Network Hardware
      TCP/IP Essentials
      Wireless Networking
      Internet Access
    • Windows Operating System
      Administration Tools
      Managing Users
      Managing Storage
      Managing Files
    • Managing Applications
      Managing Devices
      Managing Performance
      Maintenance and Backup
      Installing Windows
    • Troubleshooting Theory
      Troubleshooting Boot Problems
      Troubleshooting Applications
      Viruses and Malware
    • Troubleshooting System Components
      Troubleshooting Motherboard Components
      Troubleshooting Storage and Video
      Troubleshooting Laptops
      Troubleshooting Printers
    • Configuring Network Connections
      Configuring Shared Resources
      Configuring Internet Access
      Troubleshooting Networks
      Mobile Devices

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