Thursday, February 4, 2010

CompTIA A+ Certification ,compTIA A+ Training ,compTIA A+ exams

In December, the Computing Technology Industry Association decided lifetime A+, Network+ and Security+ certifications were going to retroactively require renewal every three years. The response from the IT community was particularly thorny, and rightfully so. Why the changes? CompTIA A+ was getting its accreditation process evaluated by several larger accreditation organizations,which were helping evolve requirements.

CompTIA appears to have been listening to the uproar and has changed its tune for CompTI A+ certifications earned in 2010 or earlier, but after this year, these lifetime certifications will need to be renewed every three years.

The initial decision to retroactively invalidate certifications generated considerable anger among cert holders, which we described in today’s story on the fiasco. An hour after our original report went live, CompTIA contacted us with news about the change.
CompTIA's A+ certification is vendor-neutral and validates the skills of entry-level computer technicians; it can be the ticket to a new or better job

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