Wednesday, March 24, 2010

CompTIA Career Retraining Examined

Courses in A+ computer training cover diagnostics and fault finding – via hands on and remote access, alongside building computers and repairing them and operating in antistatic conditions.

If you would like to be the kind of individual who works in a multi-faceted environment – supporting, fixing and maintaining networks, you’ll need to add CompTIA Network+, or consider an MCSA or MCSE with Microsoft in order to have a deeper understanding of the way networks work.

Full support is of the utmost importance – look for a package that includes 24×7 access, as anything less will frustrate you and could hamper your progress.

Never purchase certification programs which can only support trainees with a call-centre messaging service after 6-9pm in the evening and during weekends. Training schools will try to talk you round from this line of reasoning. But, no matter how they put it – you want to be supported when you need the help – not when it suits them.

Sometimes people presume that the school and FE college route is the right way even now. So why then are commercial certificates becoming more popular with employers?

Industry now recognises that to learn the appropriate commercial skills, the right accreditation from such organisations as Adobe, Microsoft, CISCO and CompTIA most often has much more specialised relevance – saving time and money.

Typically, only that which is required is learned. It isn’t quite as lean as that might sound, but principally the objective has to be to cover the precise skills needed (with some necessary background) – without going into too much detail in every other area – in the way that academic establishments often do.

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