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TeachMeIT A+ Certification Value Pack

The A+ Certification is an internationally recognized course that teaches hardware and software skills. It is developed directly from the COMPTIA A+ and reflects the type of skills that are needed to excel in the role of a Computer Support Professional. The pack includes courses on PC basics, Installation, Operating system, Maintenance and Troubleshooting
 
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Job Opportunities

The possibilities for advancement are almost endless once you begin your career in the IT industry with the CompTIA A+ Certification. These are just a few of the fields you can be a part of
  • Help Desk Technician
  • PC Technician
  • Field Service Technician
  • Manufacturing
  • Start your own computer repair business.
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Why Certify

  • Certifications tend to lead to higher wages.
  • Many employers give preference in hiring applicants with certification. They view this as proof that a new hire knows the procedures and technologies required.
  • Recognition and rewards for productive employees by validating their expertise.
  • Recognized proof of professional achievement
  • Increased customer satisfaction and decreased support costs through improved service, increased productivity and greater technical self-sufficiency.
  • The certification can be a plus when an employer awards job advancements and promotions.
  • Certification may be required as a prerequisite to attending a vendor's training course, so employers will offer advanced training to those employees who are already certified.
  • Employers can save money and increase productive work-time when vendors eliminate redundant, time-consuming training, and instead require certification as a prerequisite.
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Packages Price  
A+ 2003 Certification Package   $79
PC Basics     5.9 hours    
Installing and Configuring a PC     4.4 hours    
Operating Systems     4.2 hours    
Preventive Maintenance of a PC     3.3 hours    
Troubleshooting PC-related Problems     4.1 hours    

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PC BasicsThe PC Basics course is the first course in the A+ 2003 Certification curriculum and caters to the A+ Core Hardware (2003) Examination. This course is meant for entry-level hardware technicians and service engineers who want to acquire basic knowledge of various hardware components of a PC. This course provides users with an overview of structural and functional aspects of different hardware components of a PC, such as processors, hard drives, motherboards, and RAM. It also covers various peripheral components attached to a PC, such as monitor, printer, and modem. After completing this course, the student will be able to:

  • identify the main and auxiliary components of a PC
  • identify the components of a portable PC
  • identify factors affecting the performance of a CPU
  • list the different types of microprocessors
  • list the commonly used motherboards and the components of a motherboard
  • list the different types of ports and I/O buses
  • identify different types of power connectors
  • identify different types of RAM and RAM packages
  • list various system resources
  • identify the geometry of a hard disk
  • describe the data encoding techniques
  • identify different types of hard drive interfaces
  • identify different SCSI standards and the requirements for the functioning of a SCSI device
  • identify different types of video cards
  • identify the monitor settings
  • identify different modes of communication for a modem
  • describe the factors affecting the functioning of a modem
  • identify the different types of printers
  • identify the working of a laser printer
$19
Installing and Configuring a PCThe Installing and Configuring a PC WBT is the second course in the A+ 2003 Certification curriculum and caters to the A+ Core Service Technician Examination 2003. This course is meant for computer hardware technicians and service engineers who want to acquire knowledge of installing, configuring, and networking a PC. This course discusses the process of assembling and configuring various PC components, such as motherboard, disk drives, and memory, and also describes the procedure of installing and tuning Windows operating systems on a PC. It also provides users with an overview of different types of networks and discusses various topologies, cables, protocols, and utilities used for implementing a network. Additionally, this course enables users to acquire knowledge on configuring a PC to share resources with a network, using the TCP/IP protocol. After completing this course, the student will be able to:
  • install a motherboard
  • assemble the components of a PC
  • run the CMOS setup program to configure the system
  • prepare the hard disk of a newly assembled computer for installing an operating system
  • install the Windows 98 and Windows 2000 operating systems
  • install the Windows XP Operating System
  • tune the system settings of a computer running Windows XP
  • install a printer and a modem
  • differentiate between various types of networks
  • list the different types of network topologies
  • identify major types of networking cables
  • identify major types of hardware technologies
  • identify the different types of protocols and network utilities
  • configure a PC to communicate with the network
  • share a PC on the network
$29
Operating SystemsThe Operating Systems a PC WBT is the third course in the A+ 2003 Certification curriculum and caters to the A+ Core Service Technician Examination 2003. This course describes different features of the Windows operating systems and provides users with an overview of different types of Windows files and utilities. It discusses the steps involved in upgrading Windows operating systems and troubleshooting Windows startup problems. Additionally, this course acquaints the student with basic processes of installing, removing, and accessing programs in Windows environment. This course also guides the student to efficiently manage files and folders in Windows. After completing this course, the student will be able to:
  • list the functions of an operating system
  • identify different types of file systems
  • list the features of Windows 98 and Windows 2000
  • list the features of Windows XP
  • compare Windows 98 with Windows 2000
  • compare Windows 95/98 with Windows XP Windows
  • list the system files used by the Windows 9x operating system
  • list the system files used by the Windows 2000 operating system
  • list the main Windows components
  • list the different Windows utilities
  • list the commonly used DOS commands
  • describe the process for upgrading Windows
  • identify different methods for solving Windows startup problems
  • install programs
  • run programs
  • manage your files and folders
$29
Preventive Maintenance of a PCThe Preventive Maintenance of a PC WBT is the fourth course in the A+ 2003 Certification curriculum and caters to the A+ Core Service Technician Examination 2003. This course is designed to acquaint users with skills required to maintain customer satisfaction. This course also provides information regarding the active and passive preventive measures. Additionally, it provides information regarding methods used for preventive maintenance for various PC components, such as keyboard, mouse, monitor, printers, floppy drive and disks, and CD-ROM. After completing this course, the student will be able to:
  • identify the skills required to maintain customer satisfaction
  • identify the two types of preventive maintenance that should be performed by customers
  • list the active preventive maintenance procedures
  • list the passive preventive maintenance procedures
  • list the preventive maintenance methods of a keyboard
  • list the preventive maintenance methods of a mouse and a monitor
  • list the preventive maintenance methods of printers
  • list the methods of preventive maintenance of floppy disks and drives
  • list the methods of preventive maintenance of CD-ROMs and CD drives
  • list the measures for protecting your system from damage due to power failure
  • list the measures taken to conserve power
  • defragment your hard drive using the Disk Defragmenter tool
  • compress the available data using disk compression tools
  • optimize hard disk performance using ScanDisk
  • optimize hard disk performance using Disk Cleanup
$29
Troubleshooting PC-related ProblemsThe Troubleshooting PC-related Problems WBT is the last course in the A+ 2003 Certification curriculum and caters to the A+ Core Service Technician Examination. This course is designed to acquaint users with the basic knowledge of troubleshooting techniques while working with a PC. This course identifies certain hardware and software problems and provides troubleshooting techniques to resolve them. The problems discussed in this course relate to BIOS, file system, memory, hardware conflicts, viruses, adapter cards, keyboards, mouse, disk drives, printers, and modems. After completing this course, the student will be able to:
  • identify the four types of diagnostic software
  • identify the types of problems related to the BIOS
  • troubleshoot problems related to file system
  • take steps to prevent a system from crashing
  • resolve memory and hardware conflicts
  • resolve other Windows 98/2000/XP conflicts
  • resolve virus problems on Windows 98/2000
  • troubleshoot problems related to ports
  • troubleshoot problems related to power supply
  • troubleshoot problems related to a display card
  • troubleshoot problems related to a sound card
  • troubleshoot problems related to a Network Interface Card
  • troubleshoot problems related to a keyboard
  • troubleshoot problems related to a mouse
  • troubleshoot problems related to floppy drives
  • troubleshoot problems related to hard disk drives
  • troubleshoot problems related to tape drives
  • troubleshoot problems related to CD-ROM drives
  • troubleshoot printer problems
  • troubleshoot modem problems
$29
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