CompTIA A+ Training Boot Camp

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Prepare for the CompTIA A+ Certification Exam

Take your career to the next level with the CompTIA A+ certification, the top credential for associate-level information technology (IT) professionals. This five-day boot camp powered by Infosec, a leading provider of cybersecurity training, will teach you the skills required to become a successful computer technician. Learn basic software and hardware knowledge, like installation and configuration, while preparing to pass one of the industry’s most influential certifications.

What You Can Expect

  • Online, immersive format
  • 5 days of live, expert-led training
  • Learn in a cohort of peers
  • Limited seats per session
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How You Will Benefit

  • Learn from industry experts: Instructors have 10+ years of industry training experience and are professionals with active roles in the industry.
  • Earn your CompTIA A+ certification: Get everything you need to get certified, including unlimited practice exam attempts and certification exam voucher.
  • Extended access: Review boot camp materials and replay daily video lessons for a year.
  • Infosec Skills subscription: Advance your skills with a one-year subscription to hundreds of additional on-demand courses and hands-on labs.

Who Should Enroll?

To enroll, you should have a general understanding of Windows OS and experience with Microsoft products and technologies.

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CompTIA A+ Training Boot Camp FAQs

What career opportunities can I pursue after completing the CompTIA A+ Training Boot Camp?

The CompTIA A+ certification has become an industry standard for beginning a career in IT. It serves as proof that you have the knowledge and skills required to fill technical support and operational roles in information technology. CompTIA states that according to a report published by the International Data Corporation, 96% of hiring managers use IT certifications as a way of screening candidates for available job positions.

What job titles do CompTIA A+ certified professionals have?

There are many different jobs for professionals who have obtained the CompTIA A+ certification. Some of these positions include IT support specialist, help desk technician, field service technician, Tier 1 support specialist, desktop support specialist, associate network engineer, systems support technician, junior systems administrator, service desk analyst, technical support specialist, desktop support administrator, end-user computer technician, and system support technician.

How has the computer support market grown, and is this trend expected to continue?

The IT field has grown immensely over the last several years as technology has continued to advance the way we do business and interact with one another, and with this, the need for qualified computer support technicians has increased dramatically. This growth in jobs is expected to continue at a 6% rate through 2031, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The BLS reports that there were 875,700 job openings for computer support specialists in 2021 alone and predicts around 75,000 job openings for computer support specialists each year over the next decade.

Why is the CompTIA A+ a good option for someone looking to grow their IT career?

The CompTIA A+ certification is the only industry-recognized credential that includes performance-based items that serve to prove you have the knowledge and skills to think on your feet and perform critical support tasks on the spot.

What kind of salary can I expect after earning a CompTIA A+ certification?

Not only will the CompTIA A+ certification qualify you for a variety of in-demand computer support jobs, but it could also help you gain a higher salary than peers who have not achieved certification. According to Glassdoor, the average annual salary you can expect in specific jobs with A+ certification as of October 2022 are IT support specialist - $50,764; field service technician - $50,261; desktop support analyst - $58,941; and Tier 1 help desk support - $47,180.

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