CompTIA A+ is one of the most widely recognized credentials for operational and support technicians, and is a springboard to a career in IT. CompTIA A+ Cert Prep is a comprehensive series designed to help you prepare for and pass the qualifying exams. This course covers topics from the CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1001) exam, including hardware basics and best practices for safety, communication, and professionalism. Instructor Mike Meyers reviews the tools of the trade, troubleshooting tips, and the anatomy of a typical PC.
Details of the CompTIA A+ exams, including blueprints for the current exam, can be found at https://certification.comptia.org/certifications.
This Total Seminars course covers the exam certification topics. For information on additional study resources—including practice tests, lab simulations, books, and discounted exam vouchers—visit totalsem.com/linkedin. LinkedIn Learning members receive special pricing.
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Author, Internet personality, Speaker, owner of ANSIMan Productions and President at Total Seminars. LLCMike Meyers is the industry's leading authority on CompTIA certifications, and founder of Total Seminars, LLC.
Total Seminars is a major provider of PC and network repair seminars for thousands of organizations throughout the world, and a member of CompTIA. He can be found at his website at www.totalsem.com, and on Twitter @desweds.
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- Hey everybody it's Mike Meyers welcoming you to Lynda's CompTIA A+ Core 1 Exam 220-1001 course. Now this is only course one of 10 courses which collectively will help you pass the CompTIA A+ Core 1220-1001 exam. Now as you're going to this exam there's a couple of things you might want to keep in mind. Number one this video course roughly tracks along with my popular A+ book. You don't need the book but a lot of people find it extremely handy if you have the book where you kind of follow along. Now keep in mind my book covers both exams so we'll be jumping around a little bit concentrating on 220-1001 topics. Also while we're getting into this I also might add that CompTIA's a little bit notorious for kind of overlapping a little bit of 1001 and 1002. So if at any point in these courses if you see we're doing 1001 and all of a sudden 1002 pops up well you might want to pay attention to that 'cause that's a clue.…
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