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By: Ryan Corey | Date: 09/22/08
Tags: Networking, CompTIA - The Computing Technology Industry Association, A+ / Network+
The A+ Network+ Certification is a program that gives professionals with an interest in Information Technology a chance to learn the basics of networking and expand their knowledge of operating systems. Over the years companies have come to appreciate the benefits that come with employing individuals that have earned their A+ Network+ certificates with a combination of coursework and hands on training. The demand for employees with A+ Network+ Certification has led to a ground breaking number of over 50,000 individuals becoming certified in 2008.
The certification helps employees show potential employers that they are serious about working in the IT industry. Maintaining a certification means that employees have stayed up to date on the latest technology making them eligible for employment with the 25% of IT companies that require A+ Network+ Certification for any computer related job. With the recent surge in networking certifications many companies have decided to require all of their network staff to become certified. When this goes into affect over one third of the IT jobs in the United States will require A+ Network+ Certification.
There are many people who believe becoming A+ Network+ certified is easy. Those people should be made aware of the extensive training that is required forCompTia security certification
. In addition to the hands on training that is required to become comfortable with working in an office setting, certification requires individuals to stay current on the latest certification changes. CompTia constantly goes over its certification testing and makes changes to reflect changes in the networks and certifications. The next update to the current CompTIA Network+ curriculum isscheduled for early in 2009
and this new test will be available worldwide. This extensive training and constant updating has helped companies save huge amounts of money that would have been lost with server downtime and other problems. So if you or your staff is not already certified, you cansign up
for an individual A+/Net+ certification course or enquire about acustom A+ Network+ class
at the location of your choice.