CompTIA A+ and Network+ Course Bundle

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Course Description

The CompTIA A+ and Network+ Course Bundle allows students to purchase CompTIA's best-selling A+ Certification Course and the Network+ Certification Course for a discounted price of only £550.00. This bundle of courses is an ideal combination for those who want to learn more about computers, computer components and networking and gain two industry specific CompTIA qualifications.

CompTIA A+ Certification Online Course:

The CompTIA A+ Certification Online Course covers the latest 220-1001 & 220-1002 examination syllabus. CompTIA A+ Certification and is an ideal starting point for a career in IT as it covers the maintenance of PCs, mobile devices, laptops, operating systems and printers, validates an understanding of common hardware and software technologies, and is an industry standard certification for entry-level IT Technicians.

The CompTIA A+ 220-1001 course materials cover mobile devices, networking technology, hardware, virtualization and cloud computing and network troubleshooting.

CompTIA A+ 220-1002 course materials cover installing and configuring operating systems, expanded security, software troubleshooting and operational procedures.

The course includes a pre-assessment, 24 lessons covering both A+ exams, a post assessment, practice tests and additional MeasureUp test prep software. Online performance labs can also be purchased for £165.00 as an additional item when ordering this course.

On Completion of the A+ Certification Courses, you can apply for your internationally recognised A+ 220-1001 and 220-1002 Examinations.

CompTIA Network+ Certification Online Course:

The CompTIA Network+ Certification N10-007 Online course is designed to guide students through this globally recognised certification programme for for IT network practitioners. The N10-007 exam validates your expertise to design and implement functional networks, configure, manage, and maintain essential network devices, and many more.

The course includes a pre-assessment, 20 lessons, a post assessment, practice tests and additional MeasureUp test prep software. Online performance labs can also be purchased for £90.00 as an additional item when ordering this course.

On Completion of the Network+ Certification Course, you can apply for the internationally recognised CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Examination.

Please read the individual course pages for each course for more detailed information about the syllabus.

The CompTIA A+ Certification Course includes the following units:
This lesson covers the following subjects: Troubleshooting theory; Safety; Professionalism; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Motherboards; CPUs; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Power supply connectors; Power supply installation; Power supply troubleshooting; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Read-only memory; Random access memory; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Expansion interfaces; Expansion card installation; Connectors and cables; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Disk drives; RAID storage; Optical drives; Other storage methods; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Input devices; Output devices; Dual input-output devices; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Display technologies; Display management; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Windows versions and features; Non-Windows operating systems; Operating system installation and upgrades; Applications and scripting; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Operating system features and tools; Control Panel utilities; Command-line tools; Troubleshooting; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Classifying networks; Network devices; Internet connections; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Twisted-pair connections; Coaxial connections; Optical media; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: TCP/IP settings; Transport protocols; Application protocols; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Wireless technology; Wi-Fi standards; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Network shares; Network connections; Connection troubleshooting; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Virtualization; Cloud computing; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Mobile device types; Mobile device configuration; Mobile device troubleshooting; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Threats and vulnerabilities; Security controls; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Operating system security; Security hardware and software; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Workstation security; Mobile device security; Security troubleshooting; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: SOHO router features; Network security; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Printer technologies; Printer installation and maintenance; Printer troubleshooting; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: Custom computer considerations; and Lesson Summary.
This lesson covers the following subjects: IT operations; Environmental factors; Incident response; Backup and recovery; and Lesson Summary.
The CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Online Course includes the following units:
The following topics are covered: First Things First: What’s a Network?; Physical Network Topologies; Topology Selection, Backbones, and Segments; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Internetworking Models; The OSI Reference Model; Introduction to Encapsulation; Modulation Techniques; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Physical Media; Cable Properties; Wiring Standards; Installing Wiring Distributions; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Network Basics; Ethernet Basics; Ethernet at the Data Link Layer; Ethernet at the Physical Layer; Ethernet over Other Standards (IEEE 1905.1-2013); Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Common Network Connectivity Devices; Other Specialized Devices; Planning and Implementing a Basic SOHO Network Using Network Segmentation; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Introducing TCP/IP; Data Encapsulation; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: IP Terminology; The Hierarchical IP Addressing Scheme; IPv4 Address Types; Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6); Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Subnetting Basics; Troubleshooting IP Addressing; Introduction to Network Address Translation (NAT); Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Routing Basics; The IP Routing Process; Testing Your IP Routing Understanding; Static and Dynamic Routing; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Routing Protocol Basics; Distance Vector Routing Protocols; Link State Routing Protocols; High Availability; Advanced IPv6 Concepts; IPv6 Routing Protocols; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Networking Before Layer 2 Switching; Switching Services; Spanning Tree Protocol; Virtual LANs; VLAN Trunking Protocol; Two Additional Advanced Features of Switches; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Introduction to Wireless Technology; Cellular; The 802.11 Standards; Comparing 802.11 Standards; Wireless Network Components; Installing a Wireless Network; Site Survey; Wireless Security; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Security Filtering; Managing User Account and Password Security; User-Authentication Methods; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Recognising Security Threats; Vulnerabilities; Understanding Mitigation Techniques; Policies and Procedures; Anti-malware Software; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Using Hardware and Software Security Devices; Defining Firewalls; Firewall Technologies; Firewalls at the Application Layer vs. the Network Layer; Scanning Services and Other Firewall Features; Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems; VPN Concentrators; Understanding Problems Affecting Device Security; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: What’s a WAN?; T-Series Connections; Transmission Media; Broadband Services; Wireless WAN Technologies; WAN Protocols; WAN Troubleshooting; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Protocol Analyzers; Throughput Testers; Connectivity Software; Using traceroute; Using the ping Utility; Using the Address Resolution Protocol; Using the nslookup Utility; Resolving Names with the Hosts Table; Using the Mtr Command (pathping); Using the route Command; Using the nbtstat Utility; Using the netstat Utility; Using tcpdump; Using the File Transfer Protocol; Using the Telnet Utility; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Understanding Network Scanners; Baseline; Network Monitoring and Logging; Identifying Hardware Tools; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Narrowing Down the Problem; Troubleshooting Steps; Troubleshooting Tips; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Managing Network Documentation; Network Monitoring; Network Optimization; Summary; Exam Essentials; and Written Lab.
The following topics are covered: Subnetting Practice Examples: Class A Addresses; Subnetting in Your Head: Class A Addresses; Written Lab 1; and Written Lab 2.Videos:
Prerequisites

Before taking this course, you should have user-level skills and knowledge of personal computers and a good working knowledge of the Windows Operating System. CompTIA recommends that students have 9 to 12 months of experience in the IT support industry although this is not essential.

Course Duration & Online Support

You can register at any time and have 12 months to complete the course. The course is designed as a self-study course, but if you have any problems you can email our support email service. As the course is self-study you can complete in as little or as long a time as you prefer. 

Extensions are available for students who don't complete the course within the 12-month license at £90.00 for 3 months or £200.00 for 12 months.

Assessment

The A+ Certification 220-1001 and 220-1002 examinations have 90 questions over a 90 minute period. The questions are set in a multiple choice (single and multiple response), drag and drop and performance-based format. The Exams are graded on a scale of 100 – 900, with the 220-1001 exam having a minimum passing score of 675 and the 220-1002 exam having a minimum passing score of 700.

The Network+ Certification N10-007 examination has 90 questions in a multiple choice and performance-based format over a 90 minute period. The Exam is graded on a scale of 100 - 900 with a minimum passing score of 720.

CompTIA Certification

On Completion of the CompTIA A+ Certification Online Course you can apply for the Internationally-Recognised CompTIA A+ Certification 220-1001 and 220-1002 Examinations. On completion of the CompTIA Network+ Online Course, you can apply for the Internationally Recognised CompTIA Network+ N10-007 Examination.

CompTIA A+ Certification examinations must be sat at a registered Pearson VUE testing centre and are currently £138.00 + VAT each.

CompTIA Network+ Certification examinations must be sat at a registered Pearson VUE testing centre and are currently £201.00 + VAT each.

You can find or register for your nearest exam centres by selecting the Test Takers option from the Pearson Vue Website.

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