Learn the fundamentals of professional IT with the CompTIA Certification Bundle

Learn the fundamentals of professional IT with the CompTIA Certification Bundle

Getting a job in IT is about practical knowledge. The CompTIA Certification Bundle at TNW Deals is designed to teach you the skills from scratch, and help you prove your abilities to prospective employers.

If you’re reading this, you have enough experience with digital hardware to start training with this bundle. It includes four video courses, which form a linear syllabus for you to learn from.

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The tuition starts with a look at how to set up new laptops and PCs, and the basics of networking. The second course focuses on how to configure desktop operating systems and commonly used features on mobile devices. Both of these courses work toward professionally recognized CompTIA A+ certification.

The third course aims for the Network+ exam by furthering your knowledge of networking, showing you how to set up security protocols, and offering advice on providing technical support. The Security+ course teaches you about secure infrastructure, communications, and cryptography.

You can currently grab the bundle for $49, which is 95 percent off the regular total price of $1077.

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