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Computer Systems and Networking Track

Computer Support - CompTIA A+ Training
CompTIA A+ 

To become fully A+ certified participants will need to pass both the 220-1001 and 220-1002 exams. We teach our students the fundamentals of computer support by starting them off learning:

Exam Domain 1.0 Mobile Devices 

  • Laptop hardware components

  • Mobile device types (tables, smart phones, VR headsets, etc)

  • Set up mobile devices (syncing and networking)

Exam Domain 2.0 Networking 

  • Networking hardware devices (routers, switches, firewalls, etc)

  • Configure a basic SOHO network (wireless access points, IP addressing, IoT devices, etc)

  • Networking configuration concepts (IPv4 vs. IPv6, DNS, VPNs, etc)

  • Internet connections and network types (cable, DSL, Fiber, LANs, etc)

Exam Domain 3.0 Hardware 

  • Cables and connectors (USB, Ethernet, HDMI, Lightning, Thunderbolt, etc)

  • Motherboards, CPUs, power supplies, RAM, hard drives and SSDs

  • Peripherals (printers, monitors, keyboards, microphones, etc)

  • Given a scenario, exploit local host vulnerabilities

  • Summarize physical security attacks related to facilities

  • Given a scenario, perform post-exploitation techniques

Exam Domain 4.0 Virtualization and Cloud Computing

  • Cloud computing (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, elasticity, on-demand cloud services, cloud file storage, etc)

  • Client-side virtualization (virtual machines, emulators, hypervisors)

Exam Domain 5.0 Hardware and Network Troubleshooting

  • Resolve problems with best practices and industry standards

  • Troubleshoot RAM, motherboards, CPUs, power supplies, hard drives, display issues

  • Troubleshoot mobile device issues, printers, wired/wireless networks

Computer Support Training
At least 85% (26 of 30) of test-takers will pass, become certified to work within the I.T. Industry as a Computer Support Professional each 16 weeks session, we believe we can move at least 76 to 90 persons per year off the unemployment role and into full-time employment status either working for companies in the I.T. Industry or by starting their own businesses.

This we believe is an effective way to reduce crime levels within these communities, because the more residents qualified to find high paying technology based employment, the less desperate, unemployed, unskilled residents there will be in these communities who are likely to resort to crime in order to feed themselves and their families.

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