A+ Certification Boot Camps

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A+ Certification Boot Camps

Countrywide Training’s CompTIA A+ boot camp class prepares students for CompTIA’s 220-801 (A+ Essentials) and 220-802 (Practical Application) certification exams in just five days of instructor-led training. This entry-level bootcamp covers basic computer technology, PC installation and configuration, basic networking, and computer hardware. A certified instructor teaches the course.

Our CompTIA A+ certification training camps include books, hands-on labs, practice exams, and testing vouchers. Onsite testing is not offered with this particular bootcamp. After the training, you may use your included testing vouchers at one of CompTIA’s approved testing partners such as Pearson VUE.

Obtain the Needed Knowledge of Basic Computer Hardware and Operating Systems

This five-day A+ boot camp thoroughly prepares students to pass both certification exams. However, for those who need a second chance, Countrywide Training allows students who do not pass to retake the bootcamp within 12 months. To avoid any additional materials fees upon retaking the course, you will need to bring your class materials with you.

Exam Numbers

220-801 and 220-802


This entry-level networking training is suitable for those with basic computer literacy skills including conceptual and hands-on knowledge of using Windows-based computers.

Who Should Attend

This boot camp is intended for IT professionals who need to meet DOD 8570.1 requirements as well as candidates who are pursuing their CompTIA A+ certifications or need help preparing for CompTIA exams 220-801 and 220-802. It is also recommended for aspiring IT professionals who want a solid introduction to computer networking essentials.

Class Outline
  • 1.0 Motherboards and Expansion Cards
  • 2.0 CPUs and Power Supplies
  • 3.0 Memory and Physical Storage
  • 4.0 Connection Interfaces
  • 5.0 Peripheral Devices
  • 6.0 Printers
  • 7.0 Notebooks
  • 8.0 The Physical Network
  • 9.0 Course Introduction
  • 10.0 Networking Protocols
  • 11.0 Wireless Networking
  • 12.0 Professional Conduct
  • 13.0 Troubleshooting Basics
  • 14.0 Client Operating Systems
  • 15.0 Configuring the Operating System
  • 16.0 Configuring Hardware Settings
  • 17.0 Networking PCs
  • 18.0 Authentication and User Security
  • 19.0 Securing Systems and Data
  • 20.0 Preventative Maintenance
  • 21.0 Securing Networks
  • 22.0 Troubleshooting System Hardware
  • 23.0 Display and Printer Troubleshooting
  • 24.0 Network Troubleshooting
  • 25.0 Operating System Troubleshooting
  • 26.0 Mobile Devices
  • 27.0 Operating System Installation and Upgrades
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