The CompTIA A+ 1101 (220-1101) course will build on students' existing knowledge and experience with PC hardware. In addition, this course will provide fundamental level skills and theoretical concepts to prepare students for real-world experiences on the job as a technician. A+ 1101 lessons will cover topics such as Equipment and Personal Safety, CompTIA Troubleshooting Model, Motherboards and Form Factors, System Cooling and Components, CPU Types and Features, Firmware, Random Access Memory, Computer Storage Technologies, Cable Connection Types, Computer Peripheral Devices, Computer Displays, Custom PC Builds, Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Protocols and Ports, Network Devices, IP Configuration, Server Roles, Network Technologies, Internet Connection Technologies, Computer Network Models, Network Topologies, Network Tools, Wireless Network Technologies, Network Cables and Connections, Mobile Device Types, Mobile Device Software, Mobile Device Components and Features, Mobile Device Communications Technologies, Computer Boot Issues, Computer Hardware Issues, Troubleshooting Commands, Network Device Configuration and Issues, Display Issues, and Printer Issues. Throughout the course, you will be able to apply skills learned through a variety of physical and virtual labs, test your knowledge with flashcards and quizzes, and be able to review all course content through the use of videos. Upon completion of all course materials and self-study, you will be prepared for the CompTIA A+ 1101 (220-1101) certification exam.
This course is an in-person instructor-led and virtual instructor-led course.
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