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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

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CompTIA A+ 220-801: BIOS and Motherboards $74.95
CompTIA A+ 220-801: Memory, Expansion Cards and Storage Devices $74.95
CompTIA A+ 220-801: CPUs, Connections, and Power Supplies $74.95
CompTIA A+ 220-801: Configurations, Displays, Connectors, & Peripherals $74.95
CompTIA A+ 220-801: Network Cabling, IP Addressing, Ports, and Protocols $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


CompTIA A+ 220-801: BIOS and Motherboards

The CompTIA A+ 220-801 examination measures necessary competencies for an entry-level IT professional. Successful candidates will have the knowledge required to assemble components based on customer requirements, install, configure and maintain devices, PCs and software for end users, understand the basics of networking and security/forensics, properly and safely diagnose, resolve and document common hardware and software issues while applying troubleshooting skills. Successful candidates will also provide appropriate customer support; understand the basics of virtualization, desktop imaging, and deployment. This course focuses on two fundamental hardware components of PCs, the BIOS and Motherboards. It will introduce the learner to BIOS, including how to configure BIOS, monitor system devices and flash BIOS. The course also covers motherboards, including the various form factors of motherboards, slots and sockets, as well as RAM, motherboard connections, and components. This course prepares the learner for CompTIA A+ exam 220-801.
  • distinguish between the functions of the BIOS chip and the CMOS chip
  • describe the characteristics of a typical CMOS setup program
  • recognize the configuration options offered by BIOS
  • describe the characteristics of the built-in diagnostic features of BIOS
  • match the potential problems with how they are monitored by the BIOS
  • identify the considerations involved in upgrading your BIOS
  • describe the options available when configuring the BIOS
  • describe how to maintain the BIOS
  • match the expansion slots with their descriptions
  • distinguish between different types of RAM slots
  • match the common expansion bus slot types to their descriptions
  • recognize how the bus architecture functions
  • describe the characteristics of key motherboard connections
  • describe the characteristics of different motherboard components

CompTIA A+ 220-801: Memory, Expansion Cards and Storage Devices

This course focuses on system-level computer components memory, expansion cards and storage devices. It will introduce the learner to the various types of memory and their characteristics and expansion card characteristics and types. The course also covers types of storage, hard disk drives, and the various types of media and external storage. This course prepares the learner for CompTIA A+ exam 220-801.
  • describe the types of memory used in computer systems
  • recognize key characteristics of different types of RAM
  • describe the considerations involved in expansion card installation
  • match the expansion cards to descriptions of their characteristics
  • propose solutions for specific system upgrade scenarios
  • classify the characteristics of storage devices
  • match the connectivity types to their descriptions
  • describe the considerations involved in choosing a hard drive
  • recognize hard drive installation considerations
  • propose a storage solution for a given scenario
  • describe how to upgrade a system hard drive in a given scenario

CompTIA A+ 220-801: CPUs, Connections, and Power Supplies

This course focuses on the core component of every computer, CPUs, including the types and characteristics of CPUs, CPU socket form factors and considerations, and how to keep CPUs cool during normal operation. This course will also cover other important facets of computing such as connection speeds, wireless connections, and power supplies. This course prepares the learner for CompTIA A+ exam 220-801.
  • match the characteristics of modern x86 processors to their descriptions
  • recognize types of CPUs
  • describe the characteristics of CPU sockets
  • recognize ways to control the heat generated by CPUs
  • describe how to manage and maintain CPUs
  • match the physical I/O connection types to their description
  • match the wireless technologies to their descriptions
  • distinguish between different types of form factors
  • describe the considerations involved in choosing a power supply
  • propose a connectivity solution for a given scenario
  • determine the power supply requirements for a system

CompTIA A+ 220-801: Configurations, Displays, Connectors, & Peripherals

This course focuses on common custom system configurations, such as graphic, video and audio workstations and virtualization workstations, as well as common home-based configurations for gaming and home theaters. It also considers common network clients and servers. Finally the course discusses display types and common peripherals and their connectors. This course prepares the learner for CompTIA A+ exam 220-801.
  • describe the configuration considerations involved in setting up a graphics work station
  • identify the key components of an audio/video workstation
  • distinguish between VDI modes of operation
  • match the home PC configuration considerations to the appropriate PC type
  • distinguish between client types
  • describe the characteristics of home servers
  • determine what type of workstation is being set up in a given scenario
  • determine the most appropriate choice for a home server OS
  • distinguish between CRT, LCD, and projector technologies used for display devices
  • describe how to install the keyboard and mouse
  • match the multimedia devices to their descriptions
  • recognize key characteristics of touch screen monitors
  • distinguish between the characteristic of different adapter cards
  • choose the most appropriate peripherals for a given scenario
  • use the appropriate adaptor card for a given scenario

CompTIA A+ 220-801: Network Cabling, IP Addressing, Ports, and Protocols

In order for devices to be part of a network, each must make use of a cabling medium (if wired), cable connectors and have at least one unique address, most commonly an IP address. This course examines the components and communication mechanisms such as cables, connectors, ports and protocols used to allow computers and networks to communicate with one another and share information. It also deals with the properties and characteristics of TCP/IP, the details of IP addressing including the different types of addresses, how they are assigned and the different classes. It also explains common TCP and UDP ports and protocols. This course prepares the learner for CompTIA A+ exam 220-801.
  • distinguish between shielded and unshielded twisted-pair cabling
  • describe how fiber cabling works
  • distinguish between RG-6 and RG-59 coaxial cabling
  • use the most appropriate cabling in a given scenario
  • distinguish between how types of connectors are used
  • use the most appropriate cabling in network environments
  • use the most appropriate connectors in network environments
  • specify the class of an IP address
  • distinguish between IPv4 and IPv6 addressing types
  • identify the default subnet masks for Class A, B, and C networks
  • describe how DHCP assignment works
  • recognize how common ports are used
  • recognize how common protocols are used
  • specify the class of an IP address
  • recognize the functions of common ports and protocols
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CompTIA A+ 220-801 - Part 1 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252623
  • Duration:
    8 hours
  • Price:
    $199