Are you a recent graduate looking to enter into the IT world or maybe you are somebody that is considering a career change into a more in demand field? Are you someone who can think logically as well as creatively? More and more technology employers in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area are looking for candidates that possess solid computer abilities as well as industry certifications.

TrainACE is offering a custom A+/Network+ combination certification training course that is necessary for anyone looking to work in an entry to mid-level IT career.

About CompTIA A+ and Network+ Training

The combined A+/Network+ training course at TrainACE will help you successfully navigate your way into the IT industry by giving you an extensive background in DOS, Windows 9x, 2000, NT 4.0 and XP.

With the A+/ Network+ certification course not only will you be provided with PC hardware and operating systems knowledge, but you will also receive crucial hands-on training, which usually makes up 60% of the course.

The A+/Network+ training course is 96 Academic Clock Hours, with 3 exams needed for certification. The exams cover network technologies, configuration, management, preventative maintenance, security, troubleshooting and other core certification skills. At $2,495.00, which includes the tuition, registration fee and books, you money will be well spent on securing a useful expertise for your professional resume.

With these certifications you will be able to explore careers in:

  • Computer Repair
  • Network Administration
  • Security Engineer
  • Systems Administration
  • Desktop/Technical Support Technician
  • Application Developers
  • Computer Operator
  • Technical Trainer
  • Web Developer
  • Information Security Specialist
  • Software Developer
  • Database Analyst

A Plus and Network Plus Certification Training at TrainACE

The combined A+/Network+ certification course at TrainACE is designed to cater to individuals with basic IT knowledge. This certification course will assist you in gaining entry to mid-level jobs; most of which have an average yearly salary of $50,000*.

Even if you aren’t exactly positive about what IT field you want to get into, it never hurts to have a solid foundation in computer repair and troubleshooting. Many of today’s most influential business owners started in IT positions. You may find that with your new knowledge and certification, there is now the opportunity to be self-employed and start your own company.

 

*Salary information obtained from http://www.computerworld.com/spring/salary-survey/2012/job_level/3

Ryan is the former VP of Marketing and Sales for TrainACE. He left the company in 2015, but is still a friend and contributor to TrainACE’s blog.

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