Corporate CompTIA A+ Training Course

Edstellar's instructor-led CompTIA A+ training course enables teams with foundational IT support and technical troubleshooting skills to achieve seamless computer system operation. The course equips professionals in hardware and software troubleshooting, network connectivity, system configuration, and maintenance.

15 - 20 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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CompTIA A+ Training

Drive Team Excellence with CompTIA A+ Training for Employees

Empower your teams with expert-led on-site/in-house or virtual/online CompTIA A+ Training through Edstellar, a premier corporate training company for organizations globally. Our tailored CompTIA A+ corporate training course equips your employees with the skills, knowledge, and cutting-edge tools needed for success. Designed to meet your specific needs, this CompTIA A+ group training program ensures your team is primed to drive your business goals. Transform your workforce into a beacon of productivity and efficiency.

CompTIA A+ is a widely recognized certification that validates foundational skills and knowledge in IT support and technical troubleshooting. The objective of the CompTIA A+ is to equip teams with the essential competencies needed to support and maintain computer systems effectively. CompTIA A+ training course empowers professionals with a broad range of topics, including hardware, software, networking, and security, providing a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental aspects of IT support. The course equips teams with foundational IT support and technical troubleshooting skills, enabling them to achieve seamless operation of computer systems and enhance productivity for the organization.

Edstellar's instructor-led CompTIA A+ training course offers immersive virtual/onsite training sessions led by industry experts. The course delivers practical insights and a customizable curriculum tailored to organizational needs. The course empowers professionals by providing real-world scenarios and hands-on practice essential for mastering CompTIA A+.

Key Skills Employees Gain from CompTIA A+ Training

CompTIA A+ skills corporate training will enable teams to effectively apply their learnings at work.

  • Hardware Troubleshooting
  • Software Installation
  • Operating Systems
  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Security Concepts
  • Troubleshooting Methodologies

Key Learning Outcomes of CompTIA A+ Training

Edstellar’s CompTIA A+ training for employees will not only help your teams to acquire fundamental skills but also attain invaluable learning outcomes, enhancing their proficiency and enabling application of knowledge in a professional environment. By completing our CompTIA A+ workshop, teams will to master essential CompTIA A+ and also focus on introducing key concepts and principles related to CompTIA A+ at work.

Employees who complete CompTIA A+ training will be able to:

  • Apply troubleshooting methodologies to efficiently diagnose and rectify hardware and software issues encountered in professional IT environments
  • Utilize advanced networking concepts to optimize network configurations and ensure seamless connectivity for organizational systems
  • Employ cybersecurity principles to safeguard sensitive data and mitigate potential threats, enhancing overall organizational security posture
  • Develop customized solutions tailored to specific organizational needs, leveraging acquired knowledge and practical skills in computer system configuration and maintenance
  • Utilize diagnostic tools and resources proficiently to identify and address technical challenges, minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity in the workplace

Key Benefits of the CompTIA A+ Corporate Training

Attending our CompTIA A+ classes tailored for corporations offers numerous advantages. Through our on-site/in-house or virtual/online CompTIA A+ training classes, participants will gain confidence and comprehensive insights, enhance their skills, and gain a deeper understanding of CompTIA A+.

  • Learn essential troubleshooting techniques to diagnose and resolve hardware and software issues effectively, empowering you to tackle diverse IT challenges with confidence
  • Equip yourself with advanced networking knowledge to optimize connectivity and performance, enhancing your ability to support organizational network infrastructure efficiently
  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of cybersecurity fundamentals, equipping you with the skills to protect sensitive data and mitigate potential threats effectively
  • Explore emerging technologies and trends in the IT industry, staying ahead of the curve and positioning yourself as a valuable asset to your organization
  • Develop strong collaboration skills by working with cross-functional teams to address complex IT issues, promoting a proactive and cooperative work environment

CompTIA A+ Training Topics and Outline

Our virtual and on-premise CompTIA A+ training curriculum is divided into multiple modules designed by industry experts. This CompTIA A+ training for organizations provides an interactive learning experience focused on the dynamic demands of the field, making it relevant and practical.

  1. Explain cable types and connectors
      1. Identify different types of computer cables (e.g., USB, Ethernet, HDMI)
      2. Discuss the purpose and compatibility of various cable connectors
      3. Demonstrate proper cable management techniques
  2. Install and configure motherboards
      1. Steps to install a motherboard safely
      2. Overview of motherboard components (e.g., CPU socket, RAM slots)
      3. BIOS/UEFI settings configuration
  3. Explain legacy cable types
      1. Introduction to legacy cables such as VGA, Serial, and Parallel
      2. Transition from legacy cables to current standards
  1. Install and configure power supplies and cooling
      1. Selection of appropriate power supply based on system requirements
      2. Installation of power supply units
      3. Types and installation of cooling solutions
  2. Select and install storage devices
      1. Types of storage devices (SSD, HDD, NVMe)
      2. Criteria for selecting storage devices based on performance and storage needs
      3. Installation procedures for internal and external storage devices
  3. Install and configure system memory
      1. Different types of RAM and their specifications
      2. Installation process for RAM modules
  4. Install and configure CPUs
      1. Different types of processors and their specifications
      2. Installing a CPU and applying thermal paste
      3. BIOS/UEFI configuration for new CPUs
  1. Apply troubleshooting methodology
      1. Steps of systematic troubleshooting
      2. Importance of documentation during troubleshooting
      3. Common diagnostic tools and their use
  2. Configure BIOS/UEFI
      1. Accessing and navigating BIOS/UEFI settings
      2. Key BIOS/UEFI configurations for troubleshooting
      3. Updating BIOS/UEFI firmware
  3. Troubleshoot power and disk issues
      1. Diagnosing power supply problems
      2. Troubleshooting common disk errors and failures
  4. Troubleshoot system and display issues
      1. Methods to diagnose video card and monitor problems
      2. Resolving common errors related to system instability
  1. Compare network types
      1. Overview of local, wide, and personal area networks
      2. Impact of network types on performance and scalability
  2. Compare networking hardware
      1. Characteristics of routers, switches, and hubs
      2. Selecting the right hardware for different network configurations
      3. Benefits and limitations of various networking devices
  3. Explain network cable types
      1. Features of twisted pair, coaxial, and fiber optic cables
      2. Cable standards and their bandwidth capabilities
      3. Selecting the appropriate cable type for specific networking needs
  4. Compare wireless networking types
      1. Differences between WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular connections
      2. Advantages and challenges of wireless communication
  1. Compare internet connection types
      1. Overview of broadband, DSL, and fiber-optic services
      2. Comparison of data speed, reliability, and geographical availability
      3. Selecting an internet service provider based on user needs
  2. Use basic TCP/IP concepts
      1. Understanding IP addressing and how IP addresses are assigned
      2. The role of subnet masks and gateways in network segmentation
      3. Basics of DHCP and static IP configurations
  3. Compare protocols and ports
      1. Explanation of common protocols like HTTP, SMTP, and FTP
      2. Understanding how ports work in network communications
      3. Importance of port numbers in firewall configurations and security
  4. Compare network configuration concepts
      1. Differentiating between star, bus, and ring topologies
      2. Benefits and drawbacks of each network topology
  1. Summarize services provided by networked hosts
      1. Overview of common network services like DHCP, DNS, and file sharing
      2. Importance of network services in maintaining connectivity and functionality
      3. How network services impact user experience and network efficiency?
  2. Compare internet and embedded appliances
      1. Distinctions between dedicated network appliances and general-purpose servers
      2. Impact of Internet of Things (IoT) devices on network architecture and security
  3. Troubleshoot networks
      1. Strategies for diagnosing network connectivity and performance issues
      2. Tools and techniques for network troubleshooting (e.g., ping, traceroute)
      3. Common network problems and their typical solutions
  1. Summarize client-side virtualization
      1. Understanding different types of client-side virtualization technologies
      2. Benefits and drawbacks of using client-side virtualization
  2. Summarize cloud concepts
      1. Overview of cloud computing models: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
      2. Key benefits of cloud computing such as scalability, cost-effectiveness, and accessibility
      3. Security considerations and best practices in cloud environments
  1. Set up mobile devices and peripherals
      1. Steps for configuring new mobile devices (smartphones, tablets)
      2. Connecting and configuring peripherals such as Bluetooth devices, external keyboards
  2. Configure mobile device apps
      1. Installing, updating, and managing apps on mobile devices
      2. Setting app permissions and ensuring data privacy
      3. Troubleshooting common app installation and performance issues
  3. Install and configure laptop hardware
      1. Identifying and upgrading components like RAM, SSDs, and batteries in laptops
      2. Tips for optimizing laptop performance and battery life
      3. Common issues in laptop hardware and how to troubleshoot them
  4. Troubleshoot mobile device issues
      1. Diagnosing common issues such as connectivity problems, battery drain, and unresponsive apps
      2. A step-by-step approach to troubleshooting Android and iOS devices
      3. Tools and resources for mobile device troubleshooting
  1. Deploy printer and multifunction devices
      1. Steps for installing and configuring printers and multifunction devices in a network environment
      2. Guidelines for selecting the right print device based on business needs
      3. Integration of print devices with different operating systems and network configurations
  2. Replace print device consumables
      1. Procedures for replacing ink cartridges, toner, and other consumables
      2. Tips for extending the life of consumables and minimizing waste
      3. Environmental considerations and recycling of print consumables
  3. Troubleshoot print device issues
      1. Common printer problems such as paper jams, connectivity issues, and poor print quality
      2. Diagnostic techniques and tools to identify and resolve printer issues
  1. Configure Windows user settings
      1. Manage user accounts
      2. Customize user interfaces
      3. Configure accessibility options
  2. Configure Windows system settings
      1. Adjust system performance settings
      2. Manage system updates
      3. Configure security settings
  1. Use management consoles
      1. Access and navigate Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
      2. Utilize Computer Management for system administration
      3. Manage devices and disks through Device Manager
  2. Use performance and troubleshooting tools
      1. Monitor system performance with Task Manager
      2. Diagnose issues with Event Viewer
      3. Optimize the system with Performance Monitor
  3. Use command-line tools
      1. Basic commands for system management
      2. Scripting with PowerShell for automation
      3. Advanced troubleshooting with command-line tools
  1. Explain OS types
      1. Overview of desktop and mobile operating systems
      2. Discuss multi-user and single-user operating systems
  2. Compare Windows editions
      1. Distinguish between Windows Home, Pro, and Enterprise editions
      2. Key features unique to each Windows edition
      3. Suitability of each edition for different user environments
  1. Perform OS installations and upgrades
      1. Prepare for installation and backup data
      2. Steps for a clean OS installation
      3. Upgrade paths for different OS versions
  2. Install and configure applications
      1. Methods for installing software applications
      2. Configure application settings for optimal performance
      3. Manage application updates and licenses
  3. Troubleshoot Windows OS problems
      1. Resolve startup and boot problems
      2. Fix common Windows errors and crashes
      3. Techniques for recovering lost data
  1. Configuring Windows networking
      1. Set up and manage network connections
      2. Configure shared network resources
      3. Implement network security protocols
  2. Troubleshoot Windows networking
      1. Diagnose and resolve network connectivity issues
      2. Tools and methods for network troubleshooting
      3. Strategies for resolving shared resource conflicts
  3. Configure Windows security settings
      1. Implement user account control settings
      2. Configure firewall and antivirus settings
  4. Manage Windows shares
      1. Create and configure file shares
      2. Set permissions and access controls
      3. Monitor and audit network file access
  1. Identify features of Linux
      1. Linux kernel and its components
      2. Linux distributions and their uses
      3. Command-line utilities and graphical environments
  2. Identify features of macOS
      1. macOS architecture and design philosophy
      2. Built-in macOS applications and utilities
  1. Attacks, threats, and vulnerabilities
      1. Types of network attacks and their impacts
      2. Common vulnerabilities in SOHO networks
      3. Risk assessment strategies for SOHO environments
  2. Compare wireless security protocols
      1. Overview of WEP, WPA, WPA2, and WPA3 protocols
      2. Advantages and limitations of each security protocol
  3. Configure SOHO router security
      1. Steps to secure a router and its firmware
      2. Network segmentation and guest networking
      3. Implementing VPNs and firewalls in SOHO networks
  4. Summarize security measures
      1. Use of anti-malware and anti-spyware tools
      2. Data encryption and secure data disposal techniques
  1. Configure workstation security
      1. Set up endpoint protection solutions
      2. Configure operating system security settings
      3. Implement user access controls and permissions
  2. Configure browser security
      1. Browser security settings and configurations
      2. Managing plugins and extensions for security
  3. Troubleshoot workstation security issues
      1. Identifying and resolving security breaches
      2. Managing updates to ensure security patch compliance
      3. Recovery techniques after security incidents
  1. Configure mobile OS security
      1. Implementing device encryption and secure boot
      2. Managing app permissions and privacy settings
      3. Securing remote access and data transmission
  2. Troubleshoot mobile OS and app software
      1. Diagnosing common mobile OS problems
      2. Resolving app crashes and compatibility issues
  3. Troubleshoot mobile OS and app security
      1. Addressing mobile malware and spyware issues
      2. Ensuring security in mobile payment and online transactions
      3. Strategies for protecting personal data on mobile devices
  1. Use remote access technologies
      1. Implementing remote desktop and VPN solutions
      2. Configuring remote management tools
      3. Ensuring security in remote connections
  2. Implement backup and recovery
      1. Strategies for data backup (cloud, local, hybrid)
      2. Procedures for disaster recovery planning
      3. Testing and verifying backup integrity
  3. Data handling best practices
      1. Data privacy and compliance with regulations
      2. Data storage and archiving techniques
      3. Secure data transfer methods
  4. Identify the basics of scripting
      1. Scripting languages (e.g., PowerShell, Bash)
      2. Automating routine tasks with scripts
      3. Debugging and optimizing scripts
  1. Implement best practice documentation
      1. Developing and maintaining standard operating procedures
      2. Creating user manuals and technical documentation
      3. Document management and version control
  2. Use proper communication techniques
      1. Effective communication in technical support
      2. Techniques for explaining complex concepts to non-technical users
      3. Managing communication in crisis situations
  3. Use common safety and environmental procedures
      1. Workplace safety practices in IT environments
      2. Environmental impact of IT operations and sustainability practices

CompTIA A+ Corporate Training Prices

Our CompTIA A+ training for enterprise teams is tailored to your specific upskilling needs. Explore transparent pricing options that fit your training budget, whether you're training a small group or a large team. Discover more about our CompTIA A+ training cost and take the first step toward maximizing your team's potential.

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Our customized corporate training packages offer various benefits. Maximize your organization's training budget and save big on your CompTIA A+ training by choosing one of our training packages. This option is best suited for organizations with multiple training requirements. Our training packages are a cost-effective way to scale up your workforce skill transformation efforts..

Starter Package

125 licenses

64 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Tailored for SMBs

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350 licenses

160 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Ideal for growing SMBs

Enterprise Package

900 licenses

400 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Designed for large corporations

Custom Package

Unlimited licenses

Unlimited duration

Designed for large corporations

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CompTIA A+ Course Completion Certificate

Upon successful completion of the CompTIA A+ training course offered by Edstellar, employees receive a course completion certificate, symbolizing their dedication to ongoing learning and professional development. This certificate validates the employees' acquired skills and serves as a powerful motivator, inspiring them to further enhance their expertise and contribute effectively to organizational success.

Target Audience for CompTIA A+ Training Course

The CompTIA A+ training course is ideal for IT support technicians, service desk analysts, network administrators, technology enthusiasts, and application support analysts.

The CompTIA A+ training program can also be taken by professionals at various levels in the organization.

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Prerequisites for CompTIA A+ Training

Professionals with a basic understanding of IT devices and networking can take up the CompTIA A+ training course.

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The instructor-led CompTIA A+ training is conducted by certified trainers with extensive expertise in the field. Participants will benefit from the instructor's vast knowledge, gaining valuable insights and practical skills essential for success in CompTIA A+ Access practices.

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Training Delivery Modes for CompTIA A+ Group Training

At Edstellar, we understand the importance of impactful and engaging training for employees. To ensure the training is more interactive, we offer Face-to-Face onsite/in-house or virtual/online CompTIA A+ training for companies. This method has proven to be the most effective, outcome-oriented and well-rounded training experience to get the best training results for your teams.

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Engaging and flexible online sessions delivered live, allowing professionals to connect, learn, and grow from anywhere in the world.

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Customized, face-to-face learning experiences held at your organization's location, tailored to meet your team's unique needs and objectives.

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Interactive workshops and seminars conducted at external venues, offering immersive learning away from the workplace to foster team building and focus.

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