A+ Computer Technician Program
Certificate of Completion
60 Clock Hours
The objective of the A+ Computer Technician Program is to prepare individuals to become entry-level computer service technicians. The curriculum focuses on the ability to build, repair and upgrade personal computer hardware. After completion of the program, graduates will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to seek employment in a variety of entry-level, computer service positions.
The objective of this program is to combine the skills learning through the A+ course to build, repair, and upgrade personal computers. Graduates will demonstrate a working understanding of different network standards and the advantages and disadvantages of each. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to use networking tools and utilities to troubleshoot common network infrastructure issues. Students successfully completing the A+ Computer Technician Program will have the knowledge and ability to perform the job of an entry-level help desk administrator. The core training for this program is defined by the competencies emphasized by CompTIA A+ Essentials curriculum. Upon graduation from the A+ Computer Technician Program, students will demonstrate a solid understanding of personal computer (PC) hardware. They will be able to identify different components of PCs and describe their function, perform basic disk storage device management tasks, and install software (operating systems and applications), identify and troubleshoot basic hardware and software failures, and manage files using both graphical user and command line interfaces.
The objective of the A+ Computer Technician Program is to train and prepare individuals to achieve CompTIA A+ Certification by passing the following exams:
- Exam 220-801: CompTIA A+ Exam 1
- Exam 220-802: CompTIA A+ Exam 2