Au calendrier
Sélectionnez
En français
Sélectionnez un lieu
  • Durée: 5 jours
  • Prix régulier: CA$2,420.00
  • Prix préférentiel: CA$2,220.00
  • Matériel pédagogique inclus

Comptia A+

Référence : © Comptia A+

Duration : 5 days

Gain an understanding of the core components that make up the information technology (IT) landscape while preparing for the CompTIA IT Fundamentals exam.In this introductory course, you will learn the basics of computer hardware, software, mobile computing, networking, troubleshooting, and emerging technologies. You will learn about configuring operating systems, file and folder management, networks and network configuration, and the role of the OSI model in networking and troubleshooting.
LanguagesThese scheduled public sessions are offered in English or in French (FR). The educational material is in English.
Certification

This course prepares to the 220-1001 and 220-1002 exams.

Audience

CompTIA A+ is a vendor-neutral qualification and is seen as essential training for IT engineers, technicians and support analysts.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites to take the course. In order to be CompTIA A+ certified you must pass both exams.

Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Prepare a study plan for the CompTIA IT Fundamentals exam
  • Understand basic concepts in computer communication
  • Understand basic functions and components of computers
  • Understand common internal hardware components, including processors, storage devices, and RAM
  • Understand peripheral components such as displays, printers, keyboard and other input/output devices, along with the connectors they use
  • Understand basic types of software and considerations for installing, updating, and upgrading software
  • Understand mobile devices features, mobile operating systems, and working with mobile interface

Contents

Module 1: Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 1: Troubleshooting theory
  • Lesson 2: Safety


Module 2: Motherboards and CPU

  • Lesson 1: Motherboards
  • Lesson 2: CPUs


Module 3: Computer Power Supplies

  • Lesson 1: Power supply connectors
  • Lesson 2: Power supply installation
  • Lesson 3: Power supply troubleshooting


Module 4: Memory

  • Lesson 1: Read-only memory
  • Lesson 2: Random access memory


Module 5: Computer Expansion

  • Lesson 1: Expansion interfaces
  • Lesson 2: Expansion card installation
  • Lesson 3: Connectors and cables


Module 6: Physical Storage

  • Lesson 1: Disk drives
  • Lesson 2: Redundant array of independent disks (RAID)
  • Lesson 3: Optical drives
  • Lesson 4: Other storage methods


Module 7: Input-Output Devices

  • Lesson 1: Input devices
  • Lesson 2: Output devices
  • Lesson 3: Dual input-output devices


Module 8: Display Devices

  • Lesson 1: Display types
  • Lesson 2: Display installation
  • Lesson 3: Display troubleshooting


Module 9: Operating Systems

  • Lesson 1: Windows versions and features
  • Lesson 2: Windows installation and upgrades
  • Lesson 3: Non-Windows operating systems


Module 10: Windows Management

  • Lesson 1: Operating system features and tools
  • Lesson 2: Control Panel utilities
  • Lesson 3: Command-line tools
  • Lesson 4: Troubleshooting


Module 11: Network Basics

  • Lesson 1: Classifying networks
  • Lesson 2: Network devices
  • Lesson 3: Internet connections


Module 12: Network Cables and Connectors

  • Lesson 1: Twisted-pair connections
  • Lesson 2: Coaxial connections
  • Lesson 3: Optical media


Module 13: Network Protocols

  • Lesson 1: TCP/IP settings
  • Lesson 2: Transport protocols
  • Lesson 3: Application protocols


Module 14: Wireless Networking

  • Lesson 1: Wi-Fi standards
  • Lesson 2: Wireless encryption


Module 15: Windows Networking

  • Lesson 1: Sharing and security
  • Lesson 2: Network connections
  • Lesson 3: Connection troubleshooting


Module 16: Virtualization and Cloud Computing

  • Lesson 1: Virtualization
  • Lesson 2: Cloud computing


Module 17: Mobile Devices

  • Lesson 1: Mobile device types
  • Lesson 2: Mobile device connectivity
  • Lesson 3: Mobile device troubleshooting


Module 18: Security Basics

  • Lesson 1: Security threats
  • Lesson 2: Threat prevention


Module 19: Securing Devices and Data

  • Lesson 1: Workstation security
  • Lesson 2: Mobile device security
  • Lesson 3: Security troubleshooting


Module 20: SOHO Network Configuration

  • Lesson 1: SOHO router features
  • Lesson 2: Network security


Module 21: Printers and Multifunction Print Devices

  • Lesson 1: Printer technologies
  • Lesson 2: Printer installation
  • Lesson 3: Printer maintenance
  • Lesson 4: Printer troubleshooting


Module 22: Custom Computers

  • Lesson 1: Custom computer considerations


Module 23: Operational Procedures

  • Lesson 1: Environment
  • Lesson 2: Safety
  • Lesson 3: Content and privacy
  • Lesson 4: Professionalism

Savoir s’entourer des meilleurs

Antoine Rizk
Antoine Rizk
Formateur certifié et conseiller en TI
Doté d’un sens de l’humour indéniable, Antoine cumule de nombreuses années d’expérience sur le terrain dans le domaine des technologies et de la sécurité.
Steve Waterhouse
Instructeur certifié avec les technologies du sans-fil (CWNP), les technologies de réseautique (Cisco et CompTIA) et conférencier en sécurité des technologies de l’information.
Simon Bourassa
Formateur et conseiller en TI
Simon est passionné par le développement logiciel et le développement de produits, mais avant tout par l’ensemble des gens cachés derrière ces codes, qui travaillent main dans la main pour développer des solutions innovantes.
Pierre-Edouard Brondel
Pierre-Edouard Brondel
Formateur et conseiller en bureautique
Expert en pédagogie dans le domaine des technologies et de la bureautique cumulant plus de 25 ans d’expérience, Pierre-Édouard est d’abord et avant tout un passionné de capital humain.