The CompTIA A+ Core Series (220-1001 and 220-1002) is the only credential with performance-based objectives to prove IT pros can think on their feet to perform critical support tasks. As an update to its flagship CompTIA A+ certification, the Core Series requires candidates to pass two exams and features a greater emphasis on the problem-solving and critical thinking skills needed to operate today's enterprise networks, including the ability to:
This article provides you with a good understanding of key IT job roles and the kinds of skills and knowledge that go with them to help ensure the most positive experience for applicants, no matter what kind of IT work you are after.
In this article, you’ll take a look at how annual self-assessment and planning benefits your professional career along with some things to consider when developing or refining your career and certification plans.
In this article, you’ll learn how to construct a personal certification plan to reflect both long- and short-term certification goals.
In preparation for the CompTIA A+ exam, this chapter covers many important details regarding the safe assembly and disassembly of your PC, voltage and power checks, working with and replacing the power supply, and power-saving tips.