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Start your career in IT today by obtaining industry standard certifications that validate your entry level role as an IT specialist. Perform at a higher level and make an impact on your future teams. Our solution includes video courses, simulations, test preps and expert mentorship.

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Covered CompTIA Certifications

CompTIA A+

This certification proves your competency in computer hardware, troubleshooting and repair. It is often a required certification for most entry level computer repair technicians or IT support/helpdesk positions. The certification path is performance based and tests your knowledge through theory and practical simulation.

CompTIA Network+

Are you ready to support a companies networking needs regardless of the platform? CompTIA Network+ prepares you for a wide range of networking functions specific to wired and wireless networks. This certification builds your beginner foundation in networking so you can take the next step of vendor specialization.

CompTIA Security+

Do you have a passion for understanding system architecture? Are you interested in building out secure networks that provide unlimited potential to clients? Security+ acts as the foundation to any entry level cybersecurity position. Learn the ins and outs of cybersecurity concepts through video courses, simulations, test preps and expert mentorship.

The Right price for the right education

Our learning path is designed to prepare you for examinations within the CompTIA space. Depending on your focus, you will be able to perform work with computer hardware, networks, security applications and more.

You will master the topics in a crawl, walk and run format. Phases to your learning include video e-learning courses, simulations for real time practice, mentorship with live subject matter experts and test preparation for when you are ready to take your exam.

Focus can be a difficult thing to obtain. Our solution allows you to identify easily what needs to be done next so you have what you need when you need it. To take things a step further, you may gain access to books for further studying, especially if you want to expand your own knowledge base.

Ultimately, our CompTIA A+, Security+ and Network+ learning paths allow you to maintain control of your educational endeavors how you see fit. You can also obtain mentoring on next steps and how to enter the industry. Networking with mentors is a key part to your employment journey!

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Video Courses

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Laptops Features and Mobile Device Types

    Explore various laptop features, such as special function keys, docking stations, and removable screens. In addition, this course covers mobile device types such as tablets and wearable technology.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: TCP and UDP ports

    Explore common TCP and UDP ports, protocols, and their purpose.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Networking

    Explore networking fundamentals, including TCP and UDP, and common networking hardware devices.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Configuring a Wired/Wireless Network

    Depending on environment requirements, a wired or wireless solution may work best. Explore how to install and configure each solution and examine IP address, NIC, and IoT configuration.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Network Hosts

    Explore the various services that servers can provide to ease administration and service clients.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Implementing Network Concepts

    In this course, you will examine IP (Internet Protocol) addresses, which are assigned to network-equipped devices that are part of a TCP (Transitional Control Protocol)/IP-based network. Learners explore the basics of IP addressing and networking concepts such as DNS (Domain Name System), DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), and NAT (Network Address Translation). Begin with an overview of DNS and its benefits. Then, take a closer look at the DHCP, its features and reservations. Explore some of the basic characteristics of IP version 4, the fourth revision of the Internet protocol. Next, look at IP version 6, the successor to version 4; version 5's functionality was worked into version 6. Study the purpose of the Subnet Mask, a key component of IP address configurations, and the Default Gateway, commonly found as a value in an IP configuration. Recognize when to use VPNs (Virtual Private Networks), and look at virtual local area networks, or VLANs. Finally, explore the benefits of NAT. A closing exercise assesses skills in configuring network settings and components. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Network Types

    This course helps learners explore the common network and Internet connection types available to connect devices and businesses. First, you will take a look at the basic characteristics of a local area network, or LAN, a network of computers and other components such as printers located relatively closely together. Then explore the wide area network (WAN), effectively the complete opposite of the LAN. Learn about the personal area network, PAN, which refers to an interconnection of personal devices all within the range of an individual. Examine the features of the Metropolitan Area Network, MAN, larger than the LAN but not as large as the WAN. Next, the Wireless Mesh Network and the high-speed Internet service known as Cable Internet. Further tutorials look at the digital subscriber line or DSL Internet service; the benefits of using Fiber Optic connections; dial-up and satellite Internet access, and the Integrated Services Digital Network, or ISDN. You will learn about the Line-of-Sight, or LOS Internet service and look at Cellular Networks. Close out with an exercise on configuring Internet connections. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Networking Tools

    In this course, explore the numerous networking tools available to help identify, diagnose, and resolve problems and issues occurring on a computer network. The first tutorial looks at the tool to use if you find yourself working with cabling, the crimper. Next, another essential tool for anyone working in cabling, the cable stripper. Then take a look at the multimeter, an electronic tool used to measure voltage, amps, and resistance, among other things. You will learn about another useful tool and when to use it, the tone generator and probe. The next is the cable tester, and as it says, it is a device used to test cable connectivity. Moving on, learners can examine the loopback plug and the punch down tool. Finally, explore the Wi-Fi analyzer, a tool that you might find yourself using if you need to really optimize the coverage of a fairly large area with Wi-Fi. Conclude by reviewing your nr knowledge with an exercise recognizing when and where to use some of these common networking tools. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Basic Cable Types

    Examine the most common cable types and adapters encountered when working with computers and mobile devices, including network, video, multipurpose, peripheral, and hard drive cables. In this course, begin by learning about different Ethernet cable types such as Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Plenum, and 568A/B. Next, examine at the differences between shielded twisted pair and unshielded twisted pair cabling. Learn the basics of fiber optic cabling and coaxial cable. Look at some of the speed and transmission limitations of different network cables. Learners explore different video cables: VGA (Video Graphics Array); High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI); mini HDMI; DisplayPort; the Digital Visual Interface (DVI), and DVI-D/DVI-I. Learn about using Lightning and Thunderbolt cables. Examine Universal Serial Bus (USB) cables and the differences between USB, USB-C, USB2.0, and USB3.0. Then serial peripheral cables and hard drive cables such as SATA (Serial AT Attachment), IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics), and SCSI (Small Computer System Interface). Differentiate between adapters such as DVI to HDMI, USB to Ethernet, and DVI to VGA. A concluding exercise reviews working with network cables. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Connectors

    Computers require several different connectors and converters. In this course, you will explore some of the most common connector types, such as RJ-45, USB, and Lightning. Learners will first look at the physical connectors for RJ-11 and RJ-45 cabling then move on to RS-232 ports. Next, take a look at the Bayonet Neill-Concelman Connector (BNC), and the RG-6 and RG-59 physical connectors. Then you will learn about connectors used with the Universal Serial Bus (USB), including micro, mini, and USB-C. You will then focus on the DB9 connector and when to use it, and also look at the benefits of using Lightning connectors. This leads to a review of connectors used with the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) and the External Serial Advanced Technology, or eSATA interface. Then learn more about the Molex connector, which provides the power for your internal PC components. Conclude with an exercise on differentiating between various connectors. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Random Access Memory

    In this course, you will explore the differences between the many types of RAM (Random-access Memory) so you are able to choose the right one for your needs. First, learners examine the Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Module, more commonly known as SODIMM, then move on to working with the Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM). Take a look at Double Data Rate 2 (DDR2) memory and learn when to use it. As technology has continued to improve, so did DDR RAM; the next iteration is DDR3, which you will explore along with DDR4, the last form of DDR, which is twice the speed of its DDR3 predecessor. Then go on to learn about memory channels, beginning with single-channel RAM, dual-channel RAM, and triple-channel RAM. Next, take a look at Error Checking and Correcting, or ECC memory — a method for discovering and correcting single bit memory errors. Finally, learn about Parity versus Non-Parity Memory and the differentiation between the two. The closing exercise involves installing different types of RAM. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Storage Solutions

    Every computer requires a storage device, so in this course you will explore different storage options and how they work, and discover various types of storage solutions for your computer. First, take a look at the Compact Disk (CD) storage medium and learn when to use it. Then examine the Digital Versatile Disk (DVD), and learn how to differentiate between the DVD and other storage types. Look at the Blu-ray disk format, another digital optical disk data storage form. Examine the features of Solid-State Drives or SSDs, a persistent memory storage type, and Magnetic Hard Drives, an electromechanical data storage device. Compare and contrast features of the two most common physical sizes for hard drives: 3.5 and 2.5 inch drives. Look into hybrid drives and their benefits, and the features of flash drives. Examine when to use hot swappable drives and learn the differences between Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) 0, 1, 5, and 10. The concluding exercise deals with recognizing various storage solutions. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Power Supplies

    Examine the vital basics of computer power systems, including amps, wattage, voltage, general guidelines for power sizing, and power supply options. The key power system lessons in this course include discussing input, specifically differentiating between 115V versus 220V and output 5.5V versus 12V; the 24-pin motherboard adapter, sometimes referred to as the ATX 24-pin, which supplies power to all components of your motherboard; identifying what kind of values you need for components, such as overall wattage rating and the volts that are being supplied to ensure that you do not exceed the maximum wattage output; and determining the amount of power needed, based on the number of devices in use. This course concludes with an exercise on working with power supplies, which will help learners determine when to use more or less volts; learning how to differentiate between AC and DC; how to describe wattage ratings; and learning how to determine the maximum output of a rail on power supply. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Common Devices

    Explore common configuration tasks for laptops and desktop computers, such as installing thin or thick clients, configuring touchpads and touchscreens, app installation, and wireless settings. In this course, you will learn the difference between installing and configuring a thin client or a thick client on desktop computers, depending on the software running on a system; how to set up desktop accounts and settings; and how to set up and configure accounts and apps on a laptop. In addition, learn how to configure laptop touchpad settings and configure laptop touchscreen configuration settings; how to configure wireless settings on a laptop and the settings required to make a connection; and how to perform synchronization between laptops and some of the options that are available for synchronizing. This course concludes with an exercise designed to describe characteristics of a thin client and thick client; to configure a laptop including laptop touchscreen settings; to set up accounts on a laptop; and to configure laptop wireless settings. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Custom PC configuration

    Examine the different configuration requirements and options available for various types of computers including workstations, home theater systems, and high-end gaming computers. In this course, you will learn about: specialized computer systems, starting with the graphic design workstation and associated characteristics and use of a processor, video, and RAM; the requirements of an audio/video editing workstation and seeing the benefits of using dual monitors and increased memory; the requirements of a virtualized workstation such as RAM and CPU; the features of a gaming PC, such as processor, video, sound, and cooling; the features of a thick client versus a thin client in terms of applications and operating system requirements and network connectivity; capabilities of the home server PC, including media streaming, file sharing, gigabit NICs, and Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID). This course wraps up with an exercise on customizing computer system configuration focusing on a graphic design workstation, a virtualized workstation, a gaming PC, and the features of thin and thick clients. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: SOHO Devices

    There are numerous small office/home office (SOHO) multifunction devices available on the market. Explore these devices, including the different settings and configuration methods. In this course you will learn: how to use appropriate drivers for a given operating system including duplex, collate, orientation, and quality; how to configure wired device sharing including USB, serial, and Ethernet; how to configure wireless device sharing including Bluetooth, 802.11, and infrastructure versus ad hoc; the purpose of integrated print servers; the benefits of cloud and remote printing; how to share local/networked devices via operating system settings such as Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), Bonjour, and AirPrint; specify data privacy concerns such as authentication and hard drive caching. Conclude with an exercise on working with SOHO devices with assignments to identify appropriate drivers for a given operating system; to describe print options such as collation, duplex, and orientation; to describe the purpose of an integrated print server; to describe printer rights and permissions; and learn to describe how to clear the print spooler on a Windows system. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Printers

    Explore all types of printers, such as laser, inkjet, thermal, impact, virtual, 3D, and also print drivers, and connection options used when installing a printer. This course covers the following: components of a laser printer, such as imaging drum, fuser assembly, transfer belt, rollers, separate pads, and duplexing assembly; the laser printer imaging process, developing, transferring, fusing, and cleaning; routine maintenance tasks such as toner replacement, maintenance kit application, and calibration; inkjet printer components, including ink cartridge, print head, roller, feeder, carriage, and belt; how to calibrate and maintain an inkjet printer including replacing cartridges and clearing jams; components of a thermal printer including the feed assembly, heating element, and special thermal paper; and thermal printer maintenance tasks such as replacing paper, cleaning heating elements, and removing debris. Examine components of impact printers, such as print head, ribbon, tractor feed, and impact paper; differentiating between virtual print options such as print to file, print to PDF, print to XPS, and print to image; and the components of a 3D printer, such as plastic filaments. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Cloud Computing

    Explore cloud computing concepts such as cloud model types, resource sharing, measure service, and virtual desktops. This course covers: the features of the Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Software as a service (SaaS) and Platform as a service (PaaS); differentiating between public, private, hybrid, and community cloud infrastructures; the differences between internal and external shared resources; rapid elasticity as a feature through a cloud service provider; the benefits of on-demand computing and resource pooling; considerations and benefits of using a measured service or a metered service; the benefits of using off-site cloud-based e-mail; the benefits of using cloud file storage services; when to use cloud-based applications; the types of virtual desktops and their purposes; the technology characteristics of IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS cloud services, and the benefits of cloud file storage services. The course concludes with an exercise on working with cloud technologies, types of service, rapid elasticity, and using cloud file storage services. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Resolving Problems

    In any technological environment, problems are inevitable. In this course, learners will look at detailed approaches to resolving problems by examining the six-step troubleshooting methodology used to resolve problems with computer systems. Through these well-documented steps, you will learn: the impact of corporate policies, procedures, and impacts before implementing changes; how to identify problem steps, such as questioning the user and inquiring about environmental and infrastructure changes; how to conduct external or internal research, based on symptoms, and establishing a theory of probable cause; testing the theory of the likely cause of the problem and evaluating your test results. Next, learn how to establish a plan of action to resolve the problem and implement the solution; verify full system functionality and, if applicable, implement preventive measures; and best practices in how to document findings, actions, and outcomes. This course wraps up with an exercise assignment to identify, resolve, verify, and document computer problems, while considering policies, procedures, and impacts. This course can be used to help prepare for the 220-1001: CompTIA A+ certification exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Troubleshooting

    Computer peripherals and mobile devices have similar troubleshooting workflows. Knowing how devices should work and troubleshooting common problems—part of maintenance—are important when preparing for exam CompTIA A+ 220-1001. Through this course, learn to troubleshoot post beeps codes, basic input/output system (BIOS) time settings, and booting to an incorrect device; to resolve issues relating to power such as overheating, smoke, and a burning smell; to troubleshoot common hard drive issues such as read/write, slow performance, failure to book, drive not recognized, and OS not found. Next, learn to investigate Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) issues and failure conditions; to use self-monitoring, analysis, and reporting technology (S.M.A.R.T) error technology; how to fix video or display issues such as dead pixels, artifacts, color patterns, dim image, flickering, distortion; to troubleshoot issues with display, batteries, power, indicator lights, connectivity, touchscreen, performance, and GPS. Other issues: common wired and wireless network problems such as limited connectivity and unavailable resources, such as the Internet, printers, e-mail, Internet Protocol (IP) conflict, transfer speeds, and service set identifier (SSID) not found.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Troubleshooting Printers

    Printers have a lot of moving parts, and problems are inevitable. Explore basic troubleshooting methods for printers, including common issues that typically arise and how to solve them, in preparation for the CompTIA A+ 220-1001 exam. This course covers: tips for troubleshooting for printers; how to troubleshoot a paper jam; how to combat a print quality problem; driver compatibility and related considerations when troubleshooting printers; common printer error codes and how to troubleshoot them; firmware updates and why they are required; screen display and printer output; how to calibrate and clean printers; common print quality issues; troubleshoot print quality; establish printer connectivity; resolve additional print quality issues; troubleshooting tips, printer error codes, firmware updates, printer calibration, printer test pages; and how to troubleshoot print quality. This course ends with an exercise on solving printing issues and the assignments include describing printer, paper, and mechanical issues, printer firmware updates, printer calibration, and common printing quality issues.

Test Prep

Books

  • Mentoring 220-1001 CompTIA A+

    Skillsoft Mentors are available to help students with their studies for exam 220-1001 CompTIA A+. You can reach them by entering a Mentored Chat Room or by using the Email My Mentor service.

Video Courses

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Comparing Common Operating Systems

    Explore and compare the various client-side operating systems and their installation processes. In this course you will learn: to identify and define what an operating system is; to differentiate between 32-bit and 64-bit processing; to differentiate between operating system vendors; and to understand the differences between the major smartphone and tablet operating system vendors. Learners also observe how to update limitations and compatibility concerns for vendor-specific operating systems; to identify the differences between versions of Microsoft operating systems; to determine appropriate editions of Windows client, based on customer profiles; and to configure desktop styles and user interfaces. You will learn how to choose the appropriate boot configuration based on needs; to choose appropriate types of installation methods based on deployment needs; to implement network and image-based deployments; how to recover a failed installation; and how to compare common operating system architectures, installation sources, and targets. The course concludes with exercises on aspects of common operating systems, including making distinctions between 32-bit and 64-bit architecture. Course helps prepare for CompTIA A+ certification exam 220-1002.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Microsoft Operating System Installation & Upgrade

    Learn important Microsoft operating system (OS) installation and upgrade considerations and critical skills to ensure success of your installations. In this course, you will learn: to configure partitions and volumes, create redundant disk arrays, and convert disks; to configure disk formatting and distinguish between file system types and their use; to stage and configure alternate third-party drivers to load when necessary; and how to differentiate between the Workgroup and Domain setup, and when each is appropriate; to configure settings including time, date, region, and language. Observe how to perform driver management, including installation, update, and removal; to implement automated OS and software updates for Windows, MAC, and Linux; to use the factory recovery partition to reset a Windows installation; and to format the system volume (boot drive). Other issues covered: enumerating prerequisites for any Windows install and identifying which hardware compatibility tool to use for each OS compatibility; how Microsoft's application compatibility toolset has evolved since AppCompat; how to identify and mitigate OS compatibility/upgrade issues; and how to assess upgrade readiness. Course helps prepare for CompTIA A+ certification exam 220-1002.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Microsoft Command Line Tools

    Examine common Windows management utilities in both the command line and GUI to navigate the file system, perform network diagnostics, manage disks, and maintain systems – all necessary skills for the A+ 220-1002 exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: MS Operating System Administrative Tools

    Examine how to use Windows Administrative Tools to navigate available options, and to perform memory diagnostics, disk management, and system maintenance – necessary skills for the A+ 220-1002 exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Windows Control Panel Utilities

    The Windows Control Panel is a central location for accessing and configuring various system features and components. Explore some of the critical Control Panel utilities covered on the CompTIA A+ 220-1002 exam.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Security Fundamentals

    An important component of traditional security measures is the physical security requirements employed to safeguard valuable computer equipment. This 14-video course examines current physical security practices and how to improve them in the 21 st century. Begin with door and offices locks, fences, and perimeter defenses—solar-powered lights, cameras, motion detectors, and data storage places. Fire suppression systems are important, but consider less obvious benefits of positive airflow systems—preventing dust particles from entering "clean" areas and ensure that air flows out, not in. Laptops must be physically secured at cubicle desks (cable locks); servers must be locked in secure rooms, not under a reception desk. Other tools: privacy screens; so-called "mantraps"—steel shutters walling off outer vestibules; entry control rosters. Be sure to secure mobile devices—tablets, cell phones—against both viruses and unauthorized use by outsiders. Antimalware, antiviral software, multifactor authentication, Smart cards, data loss prevention, and firewalls are also important examples. Emerge from this course better prepared to implement best practices in security in your office. Course helps prepare for CompTIA A+ certification exam 220-1002.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Critical Security Concepts

    Among the newer forms of security for most workers in the 21 st century involves social engineering—protecting workers and work against subtle but dangerous attacks by con men and scammers. This 14-video course reviews security fundamentals and the many ways in which devious people steal information—masquerading as delivery men, entering unauthorized areas without badges, shoulder surfing (airports, coffee shops), spoofing, dumpster-diving, and insidiously clever "spear phishing" attacks—legitimate-looking e-mails luring workers to malicious websites, or worse, into opening "encrypted" attachments with company credentials or password. Review critical measures of Active Directory administration, user management, and encryption of files and disks; implement logon time restrictions and failed-attempt lockouts; disable guest accounts in a timely fashion; avoid use of noncompliant systems; prevent careless moving or copying of office files; encrypt files and disks. In this day of widespread remote teleworking, safeguard home offices—where wireless signals are easily intercepted without simple, appropriate precautions. Danger lurks everywhere, and no one, however experienced, can ever be too careful! Course helps prepare for CompTIA+ certification exam 220-1002.

  • CompTIA A+: Software Troubleshooting

    Diagnosing problems within a network or a computer requires a special and versatile toolbox for the IT specialist. This 9-video series outlines many popular troubleshooting tools and practical strategies needed to quickly isolate all kinds of problems, regardless of platform, and resolve them, to help restore normal working conditions efficiently and quickly. Various process checklists are invaluable—the five-step system checklist, the six-step analyzing systems, the seven-step remediation of malware, all discussed here. Is the problem widespread or limited to one machine? Has anything significant been installed recently—hardware or software? Are users plagued by popups, spam, slow bootups, or slow performance? Do specific security issues need addressing? Is a Web-based email application (Hotmail, Yahoo, G-mail accounts) involved? If malware is suspected or discovered, the system is often infected; one machine or many may need to be rebooted, restarted, and cleaned—and antivirus or antimalware installed. Learn what to do and when to do it, from rolling back updates to restarting service. Course helps prepare for CompTIA+ certification exam 220-1002.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Operational Procedures Best Practices

    This 13-video course offers a comprehensive overview of best practices and safety standards: the working rules which keep operators from causing harm to their systems. Documentation best practices, for example, begin with network topologies—mapping diagrams of distribution of devices and subnetworks, home or office—while sensible password policies exist to offer invaluable protection to users and systems alike. Record all incidents; manage inventory carefully; comply with government regulations and MSDS documentation. Basic safety procedures—goggles, air filter masks, weight limitations, toxic waste handling—are needed to protect users, equipment, and IT staff alike, and must be up-to-date. Change management is critical to continued success; what the world you work in will look like next year is almost impossible to guess, so learn to be ready for anything. Remote access technologies are constantly evolving, and you must keep abreast of changes. A closing exercise allows you to assess your knowledge of just a few: password policies; airborne dust and debris; and government regulatory compliance laws. Course helps prepare for CompTIA A+ certification exam 220-1002.

  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002: System Utilities

    Explore critical system utilities, such as Credential Manager, Bitlocker, Device Manager, and Sync Center.

Test Prep

Simulations

  • CompTIA A+

    The CompTIA A+ Core 2 Practice Lab will provide you with the necessary platform to gain hands on skills in fundamental computer technologies.
    The CompTIA A + (220-1002) is an entry-level certificate aimed at IT professionals or those seeking to enter into the industry. This Practice Lab focuses on the practical aspects of the CompTIA A + (220-1002) exam objectives. It is therefore advised to refer to your own course materials to gain a deeper understanding of any theoretical aspects of the exam objectives.
    By completing the lab tasks, you will improve your practical skills in supporting, installing, configuring and maintaining Operating Systems, maintaining Microsoft Windows and troubleshooting Microsoft Windows and networks, managing users, workstations and shared resources, security and implementing operational procedures.
    These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the CompTIA A+ Core 2 (220-1002) certification exam.

Mentoring

  • Mentoring 220-1002 CompTIA A+

    Skillsoft Mentors are available to help students with their studies for exam 220-1002 CompTIA A+. You can reach them by entering a Mentored Chat Room or by using the Email My Mentor service.

Video Courses

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Ports and Protocols and the OSI Model

    This course covers the OSI layers, and you will discover where devices, services, and protocols reside. You’ll also explore well-known protocols and their associated port numbers.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Routing, Switching, & IP Addressing

    Networks are the basic interconnections for all computing devices. Discover fundamental elements in network communication, including routing and switching concepts as well as IP addressing components as you prepare for exam N10-007.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Network Topologies & Technologies

    Network architecture is the complete framework of a computer network. Explore architectural concepts, including wired and wireless topologies, network types, technologies facilitating the Internet of Things (IoT), and wireless technologies.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Cloud Concepts, Network Services, & Cabling Solutions

    In this course, you’ll learn about cloud services, delivery methods, and security considerations, as well as networking services. You’ll also explore cabling types, connectors, and standards, as you prepare for exam N10-007.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Networking Devices

    In this course, you’ll explore various networking devices, including modems, bridges, hubs, switches, routers, proxy servers, load balancers, VPN concentrators, RADIUS servers, IDSs, and IPSs. You will also prepare for exam N10-007.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Network Storage, Virtualization, & WAN Technologies

    Explore virtual networking components, network storage types, and connection types. Also, discover wide area network (WAN) concepts, including service types, transmission mediums, service characteristics, and termination.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Documentation and Diagrams & Business Continuity

    Documentation helps ensure an efficient business structure, while disaster recovery plans help ensure business continuity. Explore documentation concepts, such as diagrams and SOPs, and business continuity concepts, such as fault tolerance.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Network Monitoring & Remote Access Methods

    Continuous network monitoring is instrumental in obtaining peak performance. Explore monitoring concepts, including event logs, alerts, and patch management. Also, discover remote access methods, such as VPNs, RDP, SSH, VNC, and telnet.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Policies and Best Practices

    Best practices and guidelines should be implemented to ensure optimal network performance and security. Explore these guidelines, including password policies, data loss prevention techniques, NDAs, and safety procedures and policies.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Security Devices, Wireless Security, & Access Control

    This course covers how to protect organizational assets, like personnel, devices, and infrastructure. You’ll also explore physical security devices, wireless security, and authentication and access controls, as you prepare for exam N10-007.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Network Attacks & Device Hardening

    In this course, you’ll explore various types of attacks that can compromise a network, including DoS, insider threats, and ransomware. Also discover network device hardening techniques to reduce vulnerabilities and prepare for exam N10-007.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Mitigation Techniques

    Mitigating security threats can lessen the overall impact that an attack can have on network devices, hosts, and applications. In this course, you’ll explore common mitigation techniques, as you prepare for exam N10-007.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Troubleshooting Methodology & Tools

    By using the appropriate troubleshooting tools, network problems can be identified and resolved quickly. Discover how to identify a network problem and resolve it using different techniques and tools, and prepare for exam N10-007.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Troubleshooting Connectivity & Performance Issues

    Connectivity issues, such as crosstalk, jitter, reflection, and interference, can greately impact network performance. Discover how to troubleshoot common wired and wireless connectivity issues.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Troubleshooting Common Network Service Issues

    Network services, such as DNS and DHCP, help business operations run smoothly. Explore common issues that occur with network services as well as how to resolve them, including incorrect gateways, duplicate IP addresses, and incorrect times.

  • CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Additional Network Services

    Network administrators need to be familiar with a wide range of different services and functions in the network stack. This course will explore various technologies and how they are used on the network.

Test Prep

Simulation

  • CompTIA Network+

    The CompTIA Network+ Practice Lab will provide you with the necessary platform to gain hands-on skills in networking technologies.
    By completing the lab tasks, you should be able to give a clear explanation of infrastructure, networking concepts, network operations, security, networking troubleshooting and tools.
    These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) certification exam.

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  • Mentoring CompTIA Network+ N10-007

    Skillsoft Mentors are available to help students with their studies for exam CompTIA Network+ N10-007. You can reach them by entering a Mentored Chat Room or by using the Email My Mentor service.

Video Courses
  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: The Present Threat Landscape

    There are always new emerging threats and other exploits on the horizon. This course examines the status quo in security threats, recognizing threat actors and their attributes, and will prepare the learner for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Types of Malware

    Most malware is a set of stealthy, complex, hybrid malicious code. This course will specify the different types of malware that organizations must deal with daily, and will prepare the learner for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Social Engineering and Related Attacks

    It can be safely said that the human factor is the main vulnerability in the modern enterprise. This course covers social engineering and other attacks and prepares the learner for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Application and Service Attacks

    Modern attacks have only become more pervasive and sophisticated. This course covers application and service-level attacks and will prepare you for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Cryptographic and Wireless Attacks

    Finding weaknesses in cryptosystems is not simply an exercise for cryptanalysts but also a goal of hackers. This course explores cryptographic and wireless attacks and will prepare you for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Scanning

    Some of the best tools for improving security can also be in the wrong hands. This course identifies penetration testing methods and tools, as well as vulnerability scanners. This course will prepare you for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Impacts from Vulnerability Types

    There are a wide variety of impacts affecting every layer of the OSI model. In this course, the different effects of vulnerability types will be explored. The course will also prepare you for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Components Supporting Organizational Security

    One of the main goals of security is to protect the network and client-server architecture. This course covers the various components that support organizational security and it will prepare you for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Security Assessment Using Software Tools

    There is a saying that a craftsman is only as good as his tools. In this course, the learner will explore several demonstrations of various tools for security assessment as well as prepare for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Cryptography

    Protecting your information at rest, in transit, and in use is your top priority. In this course, you will explore various cryptographic concepts. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Public Key Infrastructure

    All secure communications begin with trust. In this course, you will explore the important role that PKI plays for secure communications. This course will also help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Wireless Security Settings

    It is common for all organizations to have wireless networks, but these networks may not be secure. This course covers how wireless networks can be secured, and it will also help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Analyzing Output from Security Technologies

    One of the big trends is using big data to analyze and handle security attacks. In this course, output will be gathered and analyzed by several common security technologies, and you will be preparing for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Deploying Mobile Devices Securely

    With the explosion of BYOD in corporate environments, there has been a rapidly emerging focus on securing mobile solutions. This course will help the learner deploy mobile devices securely and prepare for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Implementing Secure Protocols

    It is no mystery that the original TCP/IP protocols are quite vulnerable. In this course, the learner will recognize a number of secure protocol implementations, as well as prepare for the SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Troubleshooting Common Security Issues

    The simplest answer is usually correct and that is never truer than when troubleshooting security. In this course, the learner will explore common root causes of security issues, as well as prepare for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Identity Concepts and Access Services

    Identity services are a huge initiative in securing modern networks. In this course, you will explore the tools used to secure the environment based on the entity context as well as prepare for the Security+ SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Identity and Access Management Controls

    Access control is at the heart of any successful security policy and deployment. In this course, you will classify different access control models and biometric factors and prepare for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Common Account Management Practices

    Security practitioners must be able to audit the implementation of account control mechanisms. This course will exploit these components as well as prepare the learner for the SY0-501 exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Frameworks, Guidelines, and Physical Security

    Following best practices and implementing physical controls are critical. In this course, you will explore best practices in addition to physical security measures. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Implement Secure Network Architecture Concepts

    Isolation and location is critical to security success. In this course, you will explore the benefits of isolating, separating, and placing resources in your organization. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Secure System and Application Design and Deployment

    Layered security is the key to security success. In this course, you will examine when and where security needs to be considered for devices, systems, and applications. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Cloud, Virtualization, and Resiliency Concepts

    Maximizing resources and uptime is critical today. In this course you will explore virtualization and cloud concepts as well as ways to provide resiliency. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Policies, Plans, and Procedures

    Security is only as strong as the underlying policies, plans, and procedures. In this course, you will explore the importance of policies, plans, and procedures for security. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Business Impact Analysis and Risk Management

    Knowing where to focus your security efforts is critical. In this course, you will be introduced to the value of BIA and Risk Management for your organization. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-501: Incident Response, Forensics, and Disaster Recovery

    Being prepared and ready to react is key to security success. In this course, you will explore procedures that are needed when disaster strikes and how to protect privacy. This course will help prepare you for the SY0-501 Security+ exam.

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Mentoring
  • Mentoring SY0-501 CompTIA Security+

    Skillsoft Mentors are available to help students with their studies for exam SY0-501 CompTIA Security+. You can reach them by entering a Mentored Chat Room or by using the Email My Mentor service.

Video Courses
  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Social Engineering Techniques & Attack Types

    Common attack types social engineers use target victims using a long list of examples such as phishing, smishing, vishing, pretexting, pharming, tailgaiting, and shoulder surfing. In this course, you'll learn about various social engineering techniques including types of phishing, hoaxes, and intelligence gathering. Then you'll move on to examine influence campaigns and the reasons for social engineering effectiveness. Next, you'll learn about malware attacks including password attacks, physical attacks, supply-chain, and cryptographic attacks. Finally, you'll explore adversarial AI, and cloud-based vs. on-premise attacks. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Analyzing Application & Network Attacks

    It is crucial that you be able to recognize various application and network attacks and be able to protect your infrastructure from them. In this course, you'll learn to analyze different application attacks such as privilege escalation, cross-site scripting, request forgery, injection, code, and APIs. You'll also look at other attacks like SSL stripping, pass the hash, and driver manipulation. Then, you'll move on to explore a variety of network attacks, including wireless, man-in-the-middle, Layer 2, DNS, DDoS, and malicious code or script execution. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Threat Actors, Intelligence Sources, & Vulnerabilities

    When guarding against threats and vulnerabilities, it is important to understand the various sources of threat and how to leverage intelligence sources to mitigate them. In this course, you'll learn about threat actors and threat vectors, attributes of threat actors and agents, threat intelligence sources such as OSINT and the dark web, and various research sources. Then, you'll move on to examine different types of vulnerabilities, including cloud-based and on-premises, zero-day, weak configurations, third-party risks, improper patch management, and legacy platforms. Finally, you'll examine various impacts such as data loss and data breach, as you prepare for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Security Assessment & Penetration Testing Techniques

    It is important for security professionals to be aware of various security assessment and penetration testing techniques and methods. In this course, explore key assessment techniques like intelligence fusion, threat hunting, threat feeds, advisories and bulletins, vulnerability scans, and false positives/false negatives. You will also examine the fundamentals of penetration testing including black/blue/gray box methodologies, lateral movement , privilege escalation, persistence, and pivoting. Other topics include passive and active reconnaissance as well as the different exercise teams. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Security Concepts in an Enterprise Environment

    As a security specialist, you need to be familiar with and apply a range of security concpets related to operating in an enterprise environment. In this course, you'll explore enterprise security factors like change and configuration management, as well as data sovereignty, protection, and loss prevention. You'll learn about hardware security modules, geographical considerations, cloud access security brokers. You'll move on to examine response and recovery controls, SSL/TLS inspection, and site resiliency. Finally, you'll learn about deception and disruption techniques using honeypots, honeyfiles, honeynets, fake telemetry, and DNS sinkholes. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Implementing Cybersecurity Resilience

    In order to protect your enterprise assets, you should be familiar with and know how to apply key cybersecurity resiliency concepts. In this course, you'll learn about redundancy concepts like geographic dispersal, RAID, and NIC teaming. You'll explore replication methods like storage area networking and virtual machines. You'll move on to examine various backup types, including full, incremental, differential, and snapshot. Next, you'll look at non-persistence and high availability concepts. Finally, you'll learn about the order of restoration and diversity concepts. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Virtualization, Cloud Computing, and Cloud Cybersecurity Solutions

    In this course, you'll explore the basics of virtualization which is the foundation of modern data center cloud computing architecture. You will also learn about VM security, cloud computing types and models such as IaaS and hybrid clouds. You'll learn about managed security service providers (MSSPs), containerization fundamentals, serverless computing, and Infrastructure as Code. You'll also learn about cloud storage, network, and compute security solutions. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Controls & Application Development, Deployment, & Automation

    This CompTIA Security+ course covers some of the most important topics in the entire training series. First, the learner will discover the NIST control categories used by CompTIA along with the five critical control types. The remainder of this course deals with vital security concepts related to application development, deployment, and automation. Other core topics include various DevOps environments, secure coding techniques, OWASP, software diversity and automation. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Authentication & Authorization Design Concepts

    Authentication and authorization are very closely related but have specific roles to play in security. In this CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course you will explore authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) services, directory services, federation and attestation, smart-card and biometrics, and multi-factor authentication. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Implementing Identity and Account Management & AAA Solutions

    Identity and access management (IAM) is used to protect your data by ensuring the right users have access to the right resources. This CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course covers various identity controls including identity providers, attributes, certifications, tokens, and SSH keys. It also discusses the use of different account types and common account policies, and authentication management techniques such as password keys, password vaults, TPM, HSM, and knowledge-based authentication. Finally, you learn about protocols and services used for federation and single sign-on, and access control schemes like ABAC, DAC, RBAC, and MAC. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Physical Security Controls

    In this CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course you will realize that real security begins with physical security. You will explore a wide array of physical security controls including bollards, barricades, and badges. You will discover the importance of controls like alarms, signage, cameras, motion recognition and detection. You will answer many questions about the security guards as well. Other important topics include locks, biometrics, lighting, fencing, fire suppression, sensors, motion detection, faraday cages, air gapping, and secure data destruction techniques. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Basic Cryptography & Public Key Infrastructure

    To prepare for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam, you will need to be able to identify and describe basic cryptography concepts and their application in everyday use. You'll also need to recognize common aspects of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). In this CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course, you'll compare symmetric and asymmetric cryptography, recognize the characteristics of a cryptographic key, and contrast block and stream cipher operations. You'll explore the purpose and features of cryptographic hashing, common key exchange mechanisms, and various next-generation concepts such as lightweight cryptography, quantum and post-quantum computing, and homomorphic encryption. You'll move on to identify the main aspects and core concepts associated with Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). Finally, you'll distinguish several types of certificates and review different certificate formats.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Implementing Secure Protocols & Application Security Solutions

    In this CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course, you'll explore a variety of core secure protocols.


    You'll examine Domain Name System Security Extension (DNSSEC), SSH, Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Exchanger (S/MIME), Secure Real-time Protocol (SRTP), LDAPS, File Transfer Protocol Secure (FTPS), Secured File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), Simple Network Management Protocol version 3 (SNMPv3), Hypertext Transfer Protocol over SSL/TLS (HTTPS), IPsec, Authentication Header (AH), and Encapsulated Security Payload (ESP) and its tunnel/transport modes.


    You'll move on to list several use cases for these concepts. You'll then describe endpoint protection, boot integrity mechanisms, database security mechanisms, and hardening targets. Finally, you'll identify several advanced application security techniques. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Security Policies, Regulations, Standards, & Frameworks

    Whether you're an employee or contractor, this CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course will have something you can use to improve the organizational security at your workplace. You'll start by examining security topics related to the hiring to release process, such as background checks and investigations, non-disclosure agreements, acceptable use policy, and onboarding and offboarding. You'll move on to explore further personnel policies, including job rotation, mandatory vacations, separation of duties, clean desk space, and social media usage. You'll then recognize some useful security awareness practices, such as phishing simulations, computer-based training, role-based training, and diversity training techniques. Finally, you'll identify various business agreements, account types, regulations, and governance, such as GDPR, PCI DSS, CIS, NIST, and ISO. This course is part of a series that prepares the learner for the CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601) exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Risk Management, Privacy, & Sensitive Data Security

    In this CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course, you'll explore some advanced security concepts and build on some you may already know. The main topics you'll examine are risk management, privacy issues, and sensitive data management.


    You'll start by recognizing the essential aspects and considerations of risk types, risk management strategies, risk analysis, and disasters. You'll then review the business impact analysis (BIA) aspect of business continuity planning. Moving on to sensitive data security, you'll identify privacy breach consequences, data classification types, and associated roles and responsibilities.


    You'll also outline privacy protection measures, such as notifications of privacy breaches, privacy-enhancing technologies, and advanced privacy concepts, like impact assessments and privacy notices. This course is part of a series that prepares you for the CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601) exam.

  • SY0-601 – CompTIA Security+: Implementing Secure Protocols & Application Security Solutions

    In this CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 course, you'll explore a variety of core secure protocols.


    You'll examine Domain Name System Security Extension (DNSSEC), SSH, Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Exchanger (S/MIME), Secure Real-time Protocol (SRTP), LDAPS, File Transfer Protocol Secure (FTPS), Secured File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), Simple Network Management Protocol version 3 (SNMPv3), Hypertext Transfer Protocol over SSL/TLS (HTTPS), IPsec, Authentication Header (AH), and Encapsulated Security Payload (ESP) and its tunnel/transport modes.


    You'll move on to list several use cases for these concepts. You'll then describe endpoint protection, boot integrity mechanisms, database security mechanisms, and hardening targets. Finally, you'll identify several advanced application security techniques. This course can be used in preparation for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 certification exam.

Additional courseware exists for each of the above topics, and are already included in your paid library. The courses chosen are selected by Knowledge Question Direct training advisors as a quality minimum course load. We recommend all students customize their course loads as needed. Your course mentors are available to assist you in choosing additional courses at no additional cost.

THIS CompTIA LEARNING PATH ALSO INCLUDES:

Each Learning Path from Knowledge Quest Direct gives you bonus features that continually support your educational endeavors. Even though you are focusing on IT related certifications in hardware, security and networking, you will eventually want to gain other certifications to help bolster your resume. Often, IT positions will require a ITIL or Project Management certification. With our additional options, you have the capability to learn what is needed for those as well!

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Have you ever had a problem in an e-learning course, got stuck and never continued? Well, that is not something you will run into here. Mentorship and live bootcamps allow you to gain knowledge in a live setting where your questions can be answered in real time. The Live Bootcamp functionality allows you to schedule when you’d like to attend from the comfort of our educational portal. They are online bootcamps, so you will be able to attend with any internet connection.

Additional Books Including Audio Books

IT related certifications and jobs require the person to be continually learning. We have many e-learning courses with videos to choose from, but sometimes you may want a deeper dive. Our extensive library of books and audio books gives you the option to read additional material about your field of study. Audio Books allow you to learn hands free.

Additional CompTIA Certifications

CompTIA has many different certifications that are beneficial to the IT professional. These include:

  • CompTIA Linux+
  • CompTIA Cloud+
  • CompTIA Server+
  • And more!

Each certification prepares you for continued expansion of IT knowledge. Even though these Learning Paths have a specific focus, you will also gain access to other courses that build your understanding and prepare you for other certifications CompTIA has to offer.

Full Course Library with 40,000+ Courses

Your CompTIA learning path content is just a part of your available material.  Overall, you will have access to 40,000 courses involving various other certifications and learning paths. You can assemble your own learning path customized to your needs at any given moment. You can take a standalone course just to refresh your knowledge in a subject. Do you want a Project Management Professional Certification? It is completely doable with access to our extensive library of courses.

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