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CompTIA A+ Certification
Exam Prep

Hands-On Course 445

8 Weeks Program

2 Licenses :

CompTIA A+ 220-901
CompTIA A+ 220-902

Tuition :

Comp TIA A+ 220-901 $2,000 ***
Comp TIA A+ 220-902 $2,000 ***

*** Test fees and textbooks are not included.

Exam Prerequisites and Age Requirements

There are no age requirements or educational prerequisites to take a CompTIA exam.
However, we recommend that candidates for any certification be at least 13 years old.

You Will Learn How To :

  • Prepare to pass the CompTIA A+ 220-901 and 220-902 certification exams
  • Apply tools and troubleshooting techniques for PCs and laptops
  • Configure and optimize personal computers and laptops
  • Evaluate Windows configuration and upgrading options
  • Analyze network components, cabling and protocols

CompTIA A+ Class

Summer CompTIA A+ Boot Camp

● 1차 ( 4월 11일 – 6월 4일 )

주중반 (월) : 4월11일 – 5월31일 (4:30 pm – 7:30 pm)

주말반 (토) : 4월 16일 – 6월 4일 (3:30 pm – 6:30 pm)

● 2차 ( 6월 6일 – 7월 30일)

주중반 ( 월/수) : 6월 6일 – 7월 26일 (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)

주말반 ( 토 ) : 6월11일 – 7월30일 (3:30 pm – 6:30 pm)

Course 445 Content –

A+ Exam Overview and Strategies
▶ Purpose and benefits
▶ Basic exam structure

Installing Personal Computer Components

Microprocessors
▶ Intel
▶ Core i3, i5, i7
▶ AMD
▶ Athlon
▶ Clock circuits
▶ Cache memory
▶ 32 bit vs. 64 bit

Identifying motherboard components
▶ CPU and Chipset
▶ CMOS RAM
▶ BIOS Flash EEPROM
▶ Memory slots: DIMM, RIMM
▶ Integrated I/O connectors

The power supply and display
▶ Testing power supplies
▶ Display adapter cards: PCI, AGP, PCIe

Installing and expanding memory
▶ RAM device types: SDRAM, DDR/DDR2/DDR3, RAMBUS
▶ Packaging formats: DIMM, RIMM, SoDIMM, Micro-DIMM
▶ Error checking: parity, nonparity, ECC

PC communication devices
▶ Parallel: EPP, ECP
▶ Serial interfaces
▶ USB 2.0, 3.0
▶ Network interface cards
▶ EEE 1394/Firewire

Data storage systems
▶ Hard drive types: EIDE, PATA, SATA, eSATA, SCSI
▶ Partitioning and formatting hard disks
▶ Optical storage devices

Troubleshooting strategies for PCs
▶ Initial troubleshooting steps
▶ Diagnostic tools
▶ Power-On Self Test (POST)
▶ CMOS setup configuration

Maintaining Laptops and Mobile Devices

Troubleshooting portable PCs
▶ Cleaning
▶ Heat
▶ Protecting from physical damage
▶ Diagnosing common portable problems

Mobile device features
▶ Mobile operating systems
▶ iOS
▶ Android
▶ Touch screens
▶ ARM CPU
▶ Apps

Configuring and securing mobile devices
▶ Wireless
▶ E-mail configuration
▶ Passcode locks
▶ Remote wipes
▶ Locator applications

Supporting Printers and Scanners

Installing and configuring printers and scanners
▶ Dot matrix
▶ Inkjet
▶ Laser
▶ Laser printer and scanner components

Troubleshooting printer and scanner problems
▶ Printer self test
▶ External cables
▶ Scanner interface

Managing Windows Operating Systems

Windows architecture
▶ Main system files: BOOT.INI, NTLDR, BCD, Bootmgr
▶ File systems: FAT, FAT32, NTFS
▶ Windows registry

Installing and upgrading Windows
▶ Comparing Windows OS features
▶ Installing service packs and device drivers

Managing, optimizing and troubleshooting
▶ Administering Windows with Task Manager
▶ Optimizing virtual memory and hard disk performance

Fundamentals of Networking

Network cabling and protocols
▶ UTP (CAT5, 5e, CAT6), STP, Fiber
▶ TCP/IP, Ipv4, Ipv6, NETBEUI/NETBIOS

Wireless networking
▶ IEEE 802.11a, b, g, n
▶ Wireless security: WEP, WPA, WPA2

Internet connection technologies
▶ LAN/WAN, ISDN, DSL, Cable, Satellite
▶ IP addressing

Troubleshooting network and Internet problems
▶ TCP/IP settings: Gateway, subnet mask, DNS
▶ PING, TRACERT, NETSTAT, IPCONFIG

Computer Security Best Practices

Ensuring physical security
▶ Preventing unauthorized access
▶ Hardware authentication devices

Detecting and fighting malware
▶ Authentication technologies
▶ Windows User Account Control