CompTIA is a vendor-neutral organization that promotes IT standards and certification globally. Its qualifications are recognized the world over and are required for most government and healthcare agencies. Because it is vendor neutral, it is the perfect way to start your IT career before specializing.
As a member, you have access to all the courses on this site, including the CompTIA courses shown below.
This is where most IT careers begin. The A+ covers everything you need to know about computers as well as touching on the basics of binary, subnetting, and internetworking.
With over 100 hours of videos, quizzes, and practical demonstrations you have everything you need here to both pass your exam and carry out the role of a PC technician.
An essential qualification for any aspiring network engineer. The Network+ is now a requirement for any government or military employee if they want to work in the IT department.
This course covers TCP in detail, subnetting, network security, and many other core networking topics.
Network security engineers are never short of work in the IT industry. The CompTIA Security+ qualification is the perfect start to a career in network security or security consulting. Updated for the new SY0-401.
A beginner level course teaching you all the fundamentals of cloud computing from both a business and technical perspective. This is a must have qualification for any serious network engineer.
CompTIA Project+ covers the entire project lifecycle, from initiation and planning through execution, acceptance, support and closure. It validates that project managers and team members have the classic project management skills to help them complete projects on time and within budget.
The CompTIA Storage+ course shows you how to configure basic networks to include archive, backup, and restoration technologies. You will also learn the fundamentals of business continuity, application workload, system integration, and storage/system administration and basic troubleshooting on connectivity issues.