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15.21 Hours


  • Course Highlights

Discover the intriguing world of CompTIA A+, the gateway to IT proficiency. Journey through the many facets of computing from understanding the visible computer to the nuanced details of CPUs and RAM. Explore the technicalities of motherboards and power supplies that are the lifeblood of any system. Delve into mass storage technologies’ implementation details, forming a comprehensive understanding of these essential components.

Unearth the potential of essential peripherals and the artistry involved in building a PC. Decode the enigmatic language of display technologies while grasping the essentials of networking, local area networks, and their wireless counterparts. Sail through the ocean of the Internet, virtualization, and the captivating sphere of portable computing.

Indulge in the fast-paced world of mobile devices, their understanding, and their care protocols. Familiarize yourself with printers, multifunction devices, and the quintessential task of securing computers. This CompTIA A+ 220-1001 Course is a blend of theory and technical expertise designed to mould you into a competent IT professional.

  • Learning outcome
  • Grasp the foundational knowledge of the CompTIA A+.
  • Understand the importance of safety and professionalism in IT.
  • Gain insight into the visible computer and the components that power it.
  • Learn about the design and function of various storage technologies.
  • Master the art of assembling a PC from scratch.
  • Understand the basics of networking, both local and wireless.
  • Develop skills in mobile device management and maintenance.
  • Requirements
  • A basic understanding of computers and hardware.
  • Eagerness to learn and explore the world of IT.
  • A device with internet access for online learning materials.
  • Why should I take this course?
  • Grasp complex IT concepts in an engaging and easily digestible manner.
  • Bolster your career prospects with a recognized certification.
  • Gain a comprehensive knowledge of computer hardware and networking.
  • Develop essential IT troubleshooting skills.
  • Stay ahead in the ever-evolving field of technology.
  • Career Path
  • IT Support Specialist
  • Network Administrator
  • System Engineer
  • Desktop Support Analyst
  • Technical Support Engineer
  • IT Field Technician

Course Curriculum

Section 01: All about the CompTIA A+
CompTIA A+ 2019 Core 1 (220-1001) Course Introduction 00:02:00
What is the CompTIA A+? 00:02:00
Why Get A+ Certified? 00:03:00
What is on the CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1001) Exam? 00:09:00
How to Pass the A+ Exam 00:04:00
How to Use This Video Course 00:03:00
Section 02: Safety and Professionalism
Tools of the Trade 00:06:00
Troubleshooting Theory 00:10:00
Section 03: The Visible Computer
Primary PC Connections 00:05:00
External Connections 00:11:00
Inside the PC 00:08:00
What is a Computer? 00:07:00
Section 04: CPUs
What is a CPU? 00:15:00
CPU Speeds and Cores 00:12:00
Caching 00:07:00
CPU Sockets 00:12:00
Installing a CPU 00:11:00
Liquid Cooling 00:04:00
Section 05: RAM
RAM Technology 00:11:00
RAM Capacity 00:08:00
RAM Features 00:07:00
Installing RAM 00:07:00
Section 06: Firmware
What is the BIOS? 00:06:00
POST 00:09:00
System Setup 00:09:00
Troubleshooting Firmware 00:12:00
Section 07: Motherboards
Form Factors 00:06:00
Chipsets 00:05:00
Touring the Motherboard 00:14:00
Touring the Case 00:07:00
Installing a Motherboard 00:09:00
Section 08: Power Supplies
The Power Supply 00:09:00
Mounting a Power Supply 00:05:00
Choosing a Power Supply 00:08:00
Cooling Your PC 00:11:00
Troubleshooting Power Supplies 00:09:00
Troubleshooting Core Components 00:14:00
Section 09: Mass Storage Technologies
Introduction to Mass Storage 00:13:00
Magnetic Disk Drives 00:08:00
Solid State Drives 00:08:00
SCSI 00:03:00
Boot Order 00:07:00
Section 10: Implementing Mass Storage
New Installation – First Drive 00:05:00
RAID 00:11:00
Hardware RAID 00:07:00
Mass Storage Troubleshooting 00:08:00
Section 11: Essential Peripherals
Optical Media 00:10:00
USB Standards 00:10:00
Understanding USB 00:11:00
Configuring USB 00:07:00
Thunder and Lightning 00:06:00
Keyboards and Mice 00:08:00
Sight and Sound 00:07:00
Readers and Scanners 00:08:00
Using Expansion Cards 00:08:00
Section 12: Building a PC
The Right PC for the Job 00:13:00
Section 13: Display Technologies
Monitor Technologies 00:08:00
LCD Breakdown 00:04:00
Graphics Cards and Connections 00:13:00
Installing a Graphics Card 00:07:00
Projectors 00:05:00
Troubleshooting Monitors 00:06:00
Section 14: Essentials of Networking
Introduction to Networking 00:08:00
Hubs vs. Switches 00:05:00
Hexadecimal 00:07:00
WANs and Routers 00:09:00
Cables and Connectors 00:11:00
Crimping Cables 00:10:00
Structured Cabling 00:11:00
Section 15: Local Area Networking
Introduction to TCP/IP 00:14:00
Network IDs and Subnet Masks 00:05:00
Special IP Addresses 00:09:00
NAT 00:07:00
Dynamic IP Addressing 00:10:00
IPv6 00:07:00
Port Numbers 00:12:00
TCP, UDP, and ICMP 00:06:00
Understanding DNS 00:09:00
Working with DNS 00:07:00
Windows Naming 00:08:00
Routers 00:12:00
Basic Router Configuration 00:12:00
Advanced Router Configuration 00:06:00
VLANs 00:07:00
Network Troubleshooting 00:05:00
Section 16: Wireless Networking
Wireless Network Hardware 00:11:00
Wi-Fi Standards 00:10:00
Basic WAP Setup 00:11:00
Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network 00:09:00
It’s a Huge Mesh 00:04:00
Beyond Wi-Fi 00:07:00
Troubleshooting Wireless Connections 00:07:00
Section 17: The Internet
Beyond the LAN 00:03:00
Internet Tiers 00:06:00
Dial-up Connections 00:08:00
Broadband Connections 00:10:00
Firewalls and Servers 00:06:00
FTP 00:07:00
E-Mail 00:08:00
Proxy Servers 00:06:00
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) 00:08:00
Internet of Things (IoT) 00:04:00
Section 18: Virtualization
Understanding Virtualization 00:10:00
Your First Virtual Machine 00:11:00
Advanced Virtualization Setup 00:10:00
Cloud Computing 00:08:00
Cloud Ownership 00:03:00
Cloud-Based Applications 00:06:00
Section 19: Portable Computing
Laptop Features 00:08:00
Laptop Hardware Troubleshooting – The Tools 00:05:00
Laptop Hardware – Core Hardware 00:04:00
Laptop Hardware – CPU and Motherboard 00:07:00
Touring Your Laptop Display 00:04:00
Section 20: Understanding Mobile Devices
What is a Mobile Device? 00:09:00
Mobile Connections 00:10:00
Touring Android 00:10:00
Touring iOS 00:08:00
Virtual Reality 00:03:00
Section 21: Care and Feeding of Mobile Devices
Maintaining Mobile Devices 00:11:00
Mobile Devices and E-mail 00:10:00
Mobile Synchronization 00:08:00
Section 22: Printers and Multifunction Devices
Laser Printers 00:13:00
Inkjet Printers 00:08:00
Impact Printers 00:04:00
Thermal Printers 00:04:00
Installing a Local Printer 00:14:00
Sharing Printers 00:08:00
Installing Wireless and Cloud Printers 00:10:00
Troubleshooting Printers 00:10:00
3D Printing 00:07:00
Section 23: Securing Computers
Dealing with Threats 00:07:00

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