Lantec | Course: CompTIA A+ Comprehensive Exam 220-1001 and 220-1002

CompTIA A+ Certification Comprehensive: Exams 220-1101 and 220-1102

6 days


instructor-led course, CompTIA A+ Certification Comprehensive: Exams 220-1101 and 220-1102, provides the basic knowledge needed to install, configure, and support computer software and implement networking. This includes: 

  • Applying basic methodical troubleshooting skills as an IT technician
  • Identifying motherboard and CPU components, installing or replacing them, and troubleshooting their functions
  • Identifying power supply functions and connectors, installing them into a PC, and troubleshooting power issues
  • Configuring BIOS/UEFI firmware, identifying and installing RAM, and troubleshooting memory issues
  • Comparing internal and external expansion buses on a computer, installing internal cards, and identifying expansion cables and connectors
  • Distinguishing between physical storage technologies, installing drives, and troubleshooting storage problems
  • Connecting, configuring, and troubleshooting common input-output devices
  • Describing common printing technologies, installing and maintaining printers, and troubleshooting printing issues
  • Identifying client operating system features, installing Windows and application software, and working with scripts
  • Managing and troubleshooting operating systems using built-in administrative tools, such as the Windows Control Panel, Windows Settings, and command-line utilities
  • Describing network principles, network devices, and internet connection technologies
  • Identifying and categorizing network cables and connectors
  • Configuring and troubleshooting issues related to TCP/IP and other network protocols
  • Describing common wireless networking standards and encryption methods
  • Configuring and troubleshooting problems with Windows resource sharing and network connections
  • Identifying and using virtualization technology and cloud computing services
  • Identifying types of mobile devices and operating systems, and configuring and troubleshooting mobile devices
  • Recognizing common cybersecurity threats and the security controls which are used to reduce risk
  • Identifying and using security features built into operating systems, as well as security hardware and software used on workstations and networks
  • Securing workstations and mobile devices against security risks, and troubleshooting common security issues such as malware infection
  • Applying best practices in IT operations, including policies, documentation, ticketing systems, incident response, and data backups and recovery

This course maps to the CompTIA A+ Certification 220-1101 and 220-1102 certification exams.

Scheduled Courses

Sep 10, 2024

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Golden Nugget Lake Charles, Jill Thompson

"90% of the coursework required for earning my MBA utilized the skills and resources that are taught in Chapter 5 of this course.  Had I had this knowledge beforehand, I would have been SO much better on understanding data analysis.  VERY invaluable information.  I enjoyed re-learning this material to apply to real-world application."