CompTIA Certification Courses

Certification-focused training

Entry-Level CompTIA Training

CompTIA training at this level covers core IT knowledge and skills aimed at individuals who are starting their IT careers. CompTIA training for beginners typically includes hardware & software components, operating systems, and troubleshooting printers. CompTIA training courses cover networking fundamentals like ports, IP addressing, and network topologies, WAN technologies, and wireless technology. Entry-level CompTIA training also covers security basics including Wi-Fi security, password best practices, common network threats, scanning methodologies, and incident response.

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CompTIA Project+ (PK0-004)

In this video, Simona Millham covers the exam objectives for the CompTIA Project+ PK0-004 certification. CompTIA produces a range of well-known, vendor-neutral certifications. The Project+ cert is designed to give you something tangible to illustrate your knowledge, skills, and abilities around managing projects.

CompTIA Cloud+ (CVO-002)

In this video, Anthony Sequeira covers the cloud and the common models used to deploy it. He also outlines the many benefits that come from using the cloud and explains why it is so popular. He further explains the differences between various cloud services and talks about the four big players in the market.

CompTIA Network+ (N10-007)

In this video, Keith Barker covers the OSI reference model. Keith illustrates how two devices go about communicating with one another across a network with a fun story. The story is simple, but anecdotes and metaphor can help understand deeper concepts.

CompTIA CySA+ Security Architecture

In this video, Keith Barker covers the incident response objectives that form the core of CompTIA's CySA+ certification exam. With a hands-on focus, this vendor-neutral Cybersecurity Analyst course will teach you how to identify and classify threats and their impact on an organization, how to use forensic tools during an investigation, and how to support incident response and recovery.

New Course: CompTIA Cloud Essentials (CLO-001)

In this video, Anthony Sequeira covers his CompTIA Cloud Essentials course. This introduction explains what the course covers, the overall themes that he teaches and the tools that you should use to get the most benefit from taking this course. He also goes into detail about the CompTIA certification that is associated with it.

CompTIA CySA+ Cyber Incident Response

In this video, Keith Barker covers the cyber incident response portion of the CompTIA CySA+ exam. He’ll show you how to classify threats, build a forensic toolkit, and support incident response and recovery. You’ll also learn how to determine the impact of an incident and various factors regarding severity and prioritization.

CompTIA CSA+ Threat Management

In this video, Keith Barker covers an overview of the CompTIA CSA+ Threat Management certification exam. He uses a hands-on approach to walk students through the threat management objectives covered by the test, including environmental and network reconnaissance, how to secure corporate environments, and how to respond to security threats.

New Course: CompTIA Security+ (SYO-005)

In this video, Keith Barker covers the CompTIA Security+ exam, how to study for it, and what to expect. This is the introductory video to Keith's video series that has proven invaluable for students preparing for their Security+ certifying exam, get a sense of how to ace it.


When you’re learning IT technologies with a vendor, you’re often getting high-level concepts and product-specific training. However, CompTIA training is vendor-neutral, which means it validates you know how to configure, deploy, secure, and manage IT technologies generally.

As a result, CompTIA certification training is universally applicable to any product. Typically, learners who are new to IT pursue CompTIA certifications. However, CompTIA also has advanced and professional certifications as well. From the foundational CompTIA A+ to the CySA+, every IT professional will benefit from the knowledge in this vendor-neutral training.

CompTIA training courses provide foundational knowledge for a wide variety of IT roles including desktop support, networking administrator, cloud administrator, and IT project manager.

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