A+ Series 2016 Certification

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Duration: Flexible study approx 80-100 hours
Online Courses - Distance Learning, Part Time and Evening
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Course description

This latest version of the CompTIA A+ training course provides you with the knowledge and skills necessary to start your career in PC support. So, if you’re looking for a career in IT, this course is a great beginning.

Our A+ 2016 course is broken down into 2 parts and you’ll learn the skills you need to install, repair, upgrade, configure, optimise and troubleshoot – along with undertaking daily maintenance within a busy IT department, retail computer store or tackling home repairs.

If you prefer a structured learning environment you can study in one of our training centres across Ireland, or you can login from home or work if you prefer to fit in revision and study sessions around other commitments. It’s an online study course so your local Pitman Training Course Advisor will advise you on the progress you need to make, and where and when you study.

The course is fully interactive and there are interactive laboratories and access to pre- and post-test questions so you can be confident by the end of the course that you’re ready to go on and undertake the very latest CompTIA A+ examinations (220-901 and 220-902).


A+ Part 1 – contains 4 modules focused on the following topics:

Domain 1: Hardware

Domain 2: Networking

Domain 3: Mobile devices

Domain 4: Hardware and network troubleshooting

A+ Part 2 – contains 4 modules covering:

Domain 1: Windows Operating systems session 1

Domain 2: Windows Operating systems session 2

Domain 3: Windows Operating systems session 3

Domain 4: Other operating systems and technologies

Each domain is broken into sub-sections so you’ll work methodically through each area.

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