Like the spot where your parents hid your video games when you were punished, IT skills can only be learned when you become an adult. Make up for lost time with this Groupon.
- $99 for a CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ bundle (a $599 value)* A+ vendor-neutral certification provides knowledge in installation, preventative maintenence, networking, security, troubleshooting theory, customer service, and client-communication skills
- Network+ vendor-neutral certification validates competence in networking administration and support, as well as critical knowledge of media, protocols, and implementation
- Security+ vendor-neutral certification confirms knowledge of communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, operational security, and general security concepts
- Upon completion, students will have an understanding of computer hardware such as motherboards and processors, laptops, numerous desktop and mobile operating systems, network types, security concepts and technologies, cables and connectors, maintenance techniques, viruses, and malware.
The training bundle also comes with QuickCert's Exam Pass Guarantee, click here for details.
QuickCert's team of experienced instructors has been helping IT professionals become certified since 1996. Its online courses include everything from configuring Windows 7 to building cloud infrastructures. For proof that the instructors know what they're teaching, QuickCert boasts affiliations with Microsoft, CompTIA, and the World Wide Web's founder, Spider-Man.
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“Make sure you have time for the courses before redeeming or purchasing initially. They ARE pretty thorough so be prepared to be involved in in-depth training.... This...”
“Make sure you have time for the courses before redeeming or purchasing initially. They ARE pretty thorough so be prepared to be involved in in-depth training.... This is not as light weight as some of the CBT's you'll find out there. But that's a good thing when you're looking to learn for the sake of using the skills, not JUST the piece of paper that says you know it.”