A+ Network & Troubleshooting Technician

Computer IT Support Training Course

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9800 Centre Parkway Suite 625 Houston TX, 77036 –

Houston CALL 832-240-1786 – San Antonio CALL 210-871-0678

4203 Woodcock Drive Suite 209 San Antonio TX, 78228

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hardware training course

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This course will prepare students for the CompTIA A+ Essentials Exam (220-701) and the A+ Practical Application Certification Exam (220-702), the two exams required. They will gain the knowledge to install, configure and optimize personal computer hardware and operating systems, providing organization with the necessary network and support technician level skills to get employed
Students by the end, of course, will :

  1. Prepare to pass the CompTIA A+ Essentials and A+ Practical Application Certification Exams
  2. Identify the fundamental principles, tools and troubleshooting techniques for personal computers
  3. Apply best practices for configuration and optimization of personal computers and laptops
  4. Explore Windows configuration and upgrading options
  5. Analyze the primary components of networks, cabling, and networking protocols
  6. Recognize computer security techniques to prevent unauthorized access

The student will be qualified for an entry-level career in as Network or System Administrator, Technician or Support Associate.

  • Network Technician
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • A+ Network Technician 
    Subject Hours

    Identifying and Installing Personal Computer Components

    Microprocessors

    A1

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description ·             Identifying and Installing Personal Computer Components

    Microprocessors

    1.    Intel

    2.    Pentium

    3.    Core 2 Duo

    4.    AMD

    5.    Athlon

    6.    Clock circuits

    7.    Cache memory

    ●       32 bit vs. 64 bit

     

     

    Subject Hours

    A+ Exam Overview and Strategies

    A2

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description

    · A+ Exam Overview and Strategies

    1.    Purpose and benefits

    2.    Basic exam structure

     

     

     

     

    Subject Hours

    Identifying motherboard components

    A3

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description ●       CPU and Chipset

    1.    CMOS RAM

    2.    BIOS Flash EEPROM

    3.    Memory slots: DIMM, RIMM

    4.    Integrated I/O connectors

     

     

     

    Subject Hours

    The power supply and display

    A4

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description

    The power supply and display

    1.    Testing power supplies

    2.    Display types: CRT, LCD

    3.    Display adapter cards: PCI, AGP, PCIe

     

     

     

    Subject Hours

    Installing and expanding memory

     

    A5

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description

    Installing and expanding memory

    1.    RAM device types: SDRAM, DDR/DDR2/DDR3, RAMBUS

    2.    Packaging formats: DIMM, RIMM, SoDIMM, Micro-DIMM

    3.    Error checking: Parity, nonparity, ECC

     

     

     

    Subject Hours

    PC communication devices

    A6

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description

    PC communication devices

    1.    Parallel: EPP, ECP

    2.    Serial interfaces

    3.    USB 2.0

    4.    Network interface cards

    5.    IEEE 1394/Firewire

     

     

     

    Subject Hours

    Data storage systems

    A7

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description

    ·   Data storage systems

    1.    Hard drive types: EIDE, PATA, SATA, eSATA, SCSI

    2.    Partitioning & formatting hard disks

    3.    Optical storage devices

     

     

     

    Subject Hours

    Troubleshooting strategies for PCs

    A8

    Prerequisite None
    Subject Description 1.    Printer self test

    2.    External cables

    3.    Printer/scanner interface

     

For more information Visit TSCER – Texas School of Continuing Education & Recruitment at 9800 Centre Parkway Suite 625 Houston TX, 77036 .

Call 832.240.1786