Course Introduction

CompTIA A+ Certification course including IT technologies in vendor-neutral form. Ranging from mobile to traditional devices and operating systems, all is covered in an effective manner. For developing a career in IT, the CompTIA A+ certification course includes the best practices in managing networking, security, and troubleshooting across varied IT devices and networks. CompTIA A+ certification training introduces how to smoothly keep the devices running in the organizations.

  • Getting a certification always increases your value and helps in getting a hike in salary

  • Fulfillment of training requirements, Proof of professional achievement and Opportunity of career advancement Training course

  • Enhance your productivity at work and fast track your career

  • Take Industry recognised APMP Certificate Training courses delivered by Highly Experienced APMP Instructors

  • This APMP course include course material, manuals, Exams and certificates

  • Guaranteed lowest price in the industry

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There is no prerequisite for this course.

What Will You Learn

  • Understand PC hardware covering all components concepts, types, installation, and configuration
  • Explain the concepts of networking, description of protocols/ports, encryption techniques
  • Provide network connectivity and synchronization at mobile devices
  • Execute troubleshooting skills for solving problems related to hardware, networking, operating system, and peripherals
  • Detailed information on configuration of laptops
  • Understand the difference between different types of printers, their installation, and configuration
  • Describe different Windows operating systems, their installation and setting security parameter
  • Perform preventive measures and implement security tools and best practices to secure the devices and network
  • Identify types and characteristics of portable computers
  • Communicate effectively with customers
  • Install and configure print and imaging devices
  • Understand fundamental principles of implementing LANs and internet access
  • Identify types and characteristics of PC components, including motherboard, CPU, memory, and storage, input, and output devices
  • Install and configure peripheral devices
  • Install and configure Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows XP
  • Perform basic PC maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Understand fundamental principles of securing IT systems and working safely

Who should take this course

  • IT Administrators
  • IT Technicians
  • IT Support Experts
  • Technical Support Experts
  • Field Service Engineers


CompTIA A+ certification is an international, vendor-neutral certification that proves a technician's competency in installation, preventative maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting of both hardware and software. CompTIA A+ is part of specialized certification tracks for corporations such as Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Cisco, and Novell. Other technology companies, including CompuCom and Ricoh, have made CompTIA A+ certification mandatory for their service technicians.


Course Content

Introduction to Computers

  • Digital Literacy and the Internet
  • Communications and Networks
  • Informations and Data Management
  • Operating Systems
  • Information Systems and Program Development
  • Computers, Mobile Devices and Apps
  • Inside Computers and Mobile Devices
  • Input, Output and Digital Storage

Operating Systems

  • Introduction to Operating Systems
  • Under the Windows Desktop: Supporting and Troubleshooting Windows
  • Mac OS X on the Desktop
  • Linux on the Desktop
  • Computer Security Basics
  • Desktop Virtualization
  • Windows
  • The Command-Line Interface
  • Connecting Desktops and Laptops to Networks

A+ Certification Preparation

  • First Look at Computer Parts and Tools
  • Connecting to and Setting up a Network
  • Mobile Operating Systems
  • Windows Resources on a Network
  • Working Inside a Desktop Computer and Laptop
  • Motherboards, Supporting Processors and Upgrading Memory
  • Troubleshooting Windows and Applications and Troubleshooting Windows Startup Problems
  • Security Strategies
  • Supporting Printers and Customizing a System
  • Virtualization, Linux and Mac OS X
  • Supporting the Power System and Troubleshooting Computers
  • Supporting Hard Drives
  • Installing Windows
  • Supporting I/O Devices
  • Maintaining Windows and Optimizing Windows

Module 1

  • Features and requirements of Microsoft Operating Systems
  • Windows OS security settings Windows Control Panel uses
  • Install Windows PC operating systems
  • Microsoft command line tools Microsoft operating system features and tools

Module 2

  • Client-side virtualization
  • Basic cloud concepts
  • Windows networking on a client/desktop SOHO wireless and wired networks

Module 3

  • Basic features of mobile operating systems Configure basic mobile device network connectivity and email
  • Securing mobile devices

Module 4

  • Common security threats and vulnerabilities Data destruction and disposal methods
  • Security best practices to secure a workstation

Module 5

  • Troubleshoot PC operating system problem Explain troubleshooting theory
  • Troubleshoot common PC security issues Troubleshoot common mobile OS and security problems

Module 6

  • Safety procedures Proper communication techniques and professionalismProhibited content/activity, and explain privacy, licensing and policy concepts

Lessons and Activities

  • Introduction to the PC
  • Key Functions of a PC
  • SCSI
  • The System Case
  • I/O Ports and Cables
  • PS2 Ports
  • Parallel Ports
  • Serial Ports
  • USB Ports
  • Modem and Network Ports
  • Audio Ports
  • Joystick/MIDI Ports
  • Adding and Removing Peripherals

Lessons and Activities

  • Motherboard Layout
  • System Clock
  • Bus Architecture
  • Motherboard Components
  • Expansion Bus and Adapter Cards
  • Motherboard Form Factors
  • Power Supply Unit (PSU)

Lessons and Activities

  • Central Processing Unit (CPU)
  • Intel Processors
  • AMD Processors
  • Processor Terminology
  • Multitasking, Multiprocessing, and Multithreading
  • Processor Sockets and Chipsets

Lessons and Activities

  • Memory Types
  • Memory Packaging
  • Memory Characteristics

Lessons and Activities

  • Storage Devices
  • Optical Disk Storage
  • Hard Drives
  • Installing a Storage Device
  • Preparing a Hard Disk
  • Floppy Drives
  • Flash Memory
  • Tape Drives

Lessons and Activities

  • Microsoft Operating Systems
  • Overview of Windows 2000
  • Apple Mac OS X
  • Overview of Windows XP
  • Work groups and Domains
  • UNIX and Linux
  • Novell NetWare


CompTIA A+ Certification Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days London
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Virtual
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Canterbury
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Chelmsford
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Chorley
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Guildford
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Ipswich
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Leicester
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Oxford
CompTIA A+ Certification 5 days Plymouth

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