CompTIA Certificates


CompTIA Certificates

Are you looking to kickstart your career in the growing field of technology? Our CompTIA certificate programs are a great place to start! CompTIA is an internationally-recognized technology association offering vendor-neutral IT certifications. Whether you are just starting out in our CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ or CompTIA A+ Certificate or are catering your skills in our CompTIA Network+ or CompTIA Security+ Certificate, there is something for everyone to advance their IT career. Our programs combine hands-on activities with lecture from a qualified instructor to ensure our students leave our CompTIA certificates with applicable knowledge and experience.

CompTIA Certificates

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CompTIA IT Fundamentals+
CompTIA A+
CompTIA Network+ (September 2019)
CompTIA Security+ (Coming Winter 2020)


Working knowledge of computers and access to a computer and the internet are required.

What You’ll Learn

CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ Certificate

  • Functions and types of devices used within a computer system
  • Setting up a computer workstation
  • Basic computer maintenance and support principles
  • Principles of software and database development
  • Identifying security issues for computers and networks

CompTIA A+ Certificate

  • Install and configure laptop hardware and components
  • Wireless networking protocols and configuration
  • Mobile device synchronization
  • Cloud computing concepts
  • Install and configure motherboards, CPUs, and add-on cards
  • Troubleshooting hardware and software
  • Operating System installation
  • Security, threats, and vulnerabilities

CompTIA Network+ Certificate

  • Network theory and communications
  • Bounded and unbounded network media
  • Routing and switching technologies
  • Components of a TCP/IP implementation and data delivery methods
  • Network security
  • Network storage and performance
  • Virtualized and remote networks
  • Troubleshoot network issues

CompTIA Security+ Certificate

  • Identify fundamental components of information security
  • Analyze risk
  • Compromises and threats to information security
  • The role of penetration testing and vulnerability scanning
  • Security assessments
  • Security for hosts, networks, and software
  • Identity and access services
  • Respond to security incidents

Certification Prep

Upon completion of any of these programs, you will be prepared to sit for the corresponding CompTIA certification exam.

Who Should Enroll

  • Entry-level and newly-hired technical professionals, including PC support, help desk, and networking professionals
  • Career changers
  • Recent high school graduates interested in working in the IT field
  • College students with an interest in IT
  • Sales, operations, or marketing professionals looking to increase their ability to communicate with technical professionals and increase sales in IT-based companies
  • Executives who seek better-informed decision making
  • Professionals seeking to prepare for the CompTIA certification exams

Financing Options

CompTIA Authorized Academy

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Occupational Trends
Growing Industry

— Employment of computer user support specialists and network and computer systems administrators is expected to grow through 2026 with the best opportunities for those with experience and formal training in the IT field.

Average Salaries

$84,040 – Network and Computer Systems Administrators
$48,990– Computer User Support Specialists
Bureau of Labor Statistics