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CompTIA A+ and Network+ Bootcamp


CompTIA A+ and Network+ Bootcamp Continuing Education Program Updates

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The CompTIA A+ certification is the industry standard for computer support technicians. It shows competency as an IT professional. The certification, which is international and vendor-neutral, proves competency in installation, preventive maintenance, networking, security and troubleshooting and other areas in numerous technologies and operating systems from such vendors as Microsoft, Apple, Novell, EC-Council, Oracle, and some of the Linux variations.

Extra help if needed, at no cost, until you are certified!

LIMITED TIME OFFER: One tool kit and one exam voucher FREE upon course completion.
Attendance at every class is required. Any absence must be made up. The student must pay for any make-up class, at the pro-rated cost. A student who has attended every class, or who has made up any missed class, is eligible for as much extra help as needed, at no cost.

Tuition fee is $2,600.
There is a separate non-refundable registration and textbook fee of $300.

Course Description:

CompTIA A+ and Network+ Boot Camp

Institute of Information Technology provides superior training for A+ and Network+ Boot Camp: In a matter of days our industry experts will prepare you for two CompTIA A+ exams and one Network+ exam. CompTIA A+ Certification is a testing program sponsored by CompTIA that certifies the knowledge and technical competency of entry-level computer service technicians. A+ Certification is a non-vendor, non-product-specific certification program. It provides an industry-recognized and valuable credential that will open doors with prospective employers and/or lead to job advancement opportunities. The program is aligned with major computer hardware and software vendors, distributors, resellers, and publications. A+ certification covers two main areas of competency: Core Hardware and Operating System (OS) Technologies.
To become certified, a student must pass two exams: CompTIA A+ certification exam code 220-901 and CompTIA A+ certification exam code 220-902 The CompTIA Network+ certification is an international industry credential that validates the knowledge of networking professionals. This course teaches the fundamentals of networking and prepares students for the Network+ certification exams. Through hands-on training and exercises, students learn the skills and concepts needed byall networking professionals. In order to be certified in the latest version of CompTIA Network+, students have to pass exam N10-005 Network+ Certification. The exam addresses the latest skills needed by technicians, such as basic principles on how to secure a network. The exam covers network technologies, media and topologies, devices, management, tools and security. Although not a prerequisite, it is recommended that CompTIA Network+ candidates have at least nine months of experience in network support or administration or academic training, along with a CompTIA A+ certification.

Course Objectives: CompTIA A+ and Network+ Boot Camp

Identify the hardware components of personal computers and mobile digital devices.
Identify the basic components and functions of operating systems.
Identify networking and security fundamentals.
Identify the operational procedures that should be followed by professional PC technicians.
Install, configure, and troubleshoot display devices.
Install and configure peripheral components.
Manage system components.
Manage data storage.
Install and configure Microsoft Windows.
Optimize and maintain Microsoft Windows.
Work with other operating systems.
Identify the hardware and software requirements for client environment configurations.
Identify network technologies.
Install and configure networking capabilities.
Support mobile digital devices.
Support printers and multifunction devices.
Identify security threats, vulnerabilities, and controls.
Implement security controls.
Troubleshoot system-wide issues.
Describe the purpose of networking protocols and networking in general.
Identify features of various network operating systems and the clients used to access them.
Describe the OSI networking model and its relationship to networking components.
Describe the network components relating to the Physical layer of the OSI model.
Describe the function of the Data Link layer of the OSI model.
Explain how data is transmitted over a network.
Describe the function of the Network layer of the OSI model.
Describe the function of the Transport layer of the OSI model.
Describe the function of the Session layer of the OSI model.
Explain the fundamental concepts of the TCP/IP protocol suite.
Explain the use of TCP/IP addresses and subnets.
Access and use a TCP/IP network.
Describe the requirements for remote network access.
Explain the need for and ways to implement network security and fault tolerance.
Describe the types of information that need to be gathered prior to installing
or updating a network operating system.
Explain ways to monitor and manage a network.
Describe a systematic approach for troubleshooting network problems.

Course Outline: CompTIA A+ and Network+ Boot Camp

Class 01: Hardware Fundamentals
Personal Computer Components
Storage Devices
Mobile Digital Devices
Connection Interfaces

Class 02: Operating System Fundamentals
PC and Mobile Operating Systems
PC Operating System Tools and Utilities

Class 03: Networking and Security Fundamentals
Network Types
Network Components
Common Network Services
Cloud Concepts
Security Fundamentals

Class 04: Safety and Operational Procedures
Basic Maintenance Tools and Techniques
Personal and Electrical Safety
Environmental Safety and Materials Handling
Professionalism and Communication
Organizational Policies and Procedures
Troubleshooting Theory

Class 05: Supporting Display Devices
Install Display Devices
Configure Display Devices
Troubleshoot Video and Display Devices

Class 06: Installing and Configuring Peripheral Components
Install and Configure Input Devices
Install and Configure Output Devices
Install and Configure Input/ Output Devices
Install and Configure Expansion Cards

Class 07: Managing System Components
Identify Motherboard Components and Features
Install and Configure CPUs and Cooling Systems
Install Power Supplies
Troubleshoot System Components

Class 08: Managing Data Storage
Identify RAM Types and Features
Troubleshoot RAM Issues
Install and Configure Storage Devices
Configure the System Firmware
Troubleshoot Hard Drives and RAID Arrays

Class 09: Installing and Configuring Microsoft Windows
Implement Client-Side Virtualization
Install Microsoft Windows
Use Microsoft Windows
Configure Microsoft Windows
Upgrade Microsoft Windows

Class 10: Optimizing and Maintaining Microsoft Windows
Optimize Microsoft Windows
Back Up and Restore System Data
Perform Disk Maintenance
Update Software

Class 11: Working With Other Operating Systems
The OS X Operating System
The Linux Operating System

Class 12: Customized Client Environments
Types of Common Business Clients
Custom Client Environments

Class 13: Networking Technologies
TCP/IP Properties and Characteristics
Internet Connections
Ports and Protocols
Networking Tools

Class 14: Installing and Configuring Networking Capabilities
Configure Basic Windows Networking
Configure Network Perimeters
Using Windows Networking Features
Install and Configure SOHO Networks

Class 15: Supporting Mobile Digital Devices
Install and Configure Exterior Laptop Components
Install and Configure Interior Laptop Components
Other Mobile Devices
Mobile Device Accessories and Ports
Mobile Device Connectivity
Mobile Device Synchronization
Troubleshoot Mobile Device Hardware

Class 16: Supporting Printers and Multifunction Devices
Printer and Multifunction Technologies
Install and Configure Printers
Maintain Printers
Troubleshoot Printers

Class 17: Security Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Controls
Common Security Threats and Vulnerabilities
General Security Controls
Mobile Security Controls
Data Destruction and Disposal Methods

Class 18: Implementing Security Controls
Secure Operating Systems
Secure Workstations
Secure SOHO Networks
Secure Mobile Devices

Class 19: Troubleshooting System-Wide Issues
Troubleshoot PC Operating Systems
Troubleshoot Mobile Device Operating Systems and Applications
Troubleshoot Wired and Wireless Networks
Troubleshoot Common Security Issues

Class 20: Basic Network Knowledge
Network and Internetwork Concepts
Network Topologies
Networking Strategies

Class 21: Servers and Clients
Network Operating System Basics
Network Clients
Directory Services

Class 22: Introduction to the OSI Model
Introduction to the OSI Model
Families of Protocols

Class 23: The Physical Media
Data-transmission Media
Unbounded Media
Signal Transmissions

Class 24: The Data Link Layer
Data Link Layer Considerations
Media Access Control (MAC) and Logical Link Control (LLC)
IEEE 802 Specifications

Class 25: Data Transmission
Introduction to Network Connection Devices
Network Adapters
Putting Data on the Cable
Network Topologies

Class 26: The Network Layer
Internetwork Connection Devices

Class 27: The Transport Layer
Transport Layer Addressing Issues
The Transport Layer Segmenting Process
Transport Layer Connection Services

Class 28: The Session Layer
Dialog Control Modes
Managing the Session

Class 29: TCP/IP Fundamentals
What is TCP/IP?
The TCP/IP Protocol Suite

Class 30: IP Addressing, Subnetting and Supernetting
IP Addressing
Interior Gateway Protocols
Introduction to Subnetting

Class 31: Accessing and Using a TCP/IP Network
Configuring Clients for TCP/IP Networks
TCP/IP Suite Utilities
Using TCP/IP Suite Utilities to Check Network Connectivity
13 Remote Access Protocols
Remote Access Protocols
Examining Remote Connection Options
Dial-up Networking

Class 32:  Network Security and Fault Tolerance
Security Models
Password Security
Data Encryption
Firewalls and Proxy Servers
System Fault Tolerance
Backing Up Data

Class 33: Preparing for Network Installation
Planning and Gathering Information
Environmental Issues
Networking Components and Connectors
Compatibility Issues

Class 34: Maintaining the Network
Network Documentation
Backup Strategies
Virus Protection
Patches and other Software Updates

Class 35: Troubleshooting the Network
Exploring Troubleshooting Models
Identifying Troubleshooting Tools


Entrance Requirements:

Associate/Bachelors of other than computer field:
Computer related experience or one or two classes for computer basics in college
H.S. Diploma plus one year of experience in computer Industry.



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