The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a non-profit trade association of more than 10,000 companies and professional information technology members in the rapidly converging computing and communications market.
CompTIA has members in more than 50 countries and provides a unified voice for the industry in the areas of e-commerce standards, vendor-neutral certification, service metrics, public policy and workforce development. More than a quarter of a million individuals worldwide have earned their CompTIA certification in PC service, networking, document imaging and Internet.
CompTIA A+ Training
CompTIA A+ certification is an entry-level credential that validates the knowledge of computer service technicians who have at least 6 months of experience. Major hardware and software vendors, distributors and resellers accept CompTIA A+ as the standard in foundation-level, vendor-neutral certification for service technicians.
The exams cover a broad range of hardware and software technologies, but are not bound to any vendor-specific products. The skills and knowledge measured by the CompTIA A+ exams were derived from an industry-wide and worldwide job task analysis. According to CompTIA, more than 500,000 individuals have obtained CompTIA A+ certification to date.
Earning a CompTIA certification proves that you have a broad base of knowledge and competency in core hardware and operating system technologies including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic computer networking.