|Actual Course Fee:||Course Fee:- 5500/-|
The course objective is to ensure the student obtains the skills necessary to install, configure, upgrade, repair, troubleshoot, enhance, and perform maintenance on basic PC hardware and operating systems. This course will prepare the student for the 220‐801 and 220‐802 CompTIA A+ Certification exams.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to be familiar with BIOS, monitor system devices and flash BIOS; be familiar with main system components and troubleshooting; be familiar with custom system configurations; be familiar with TCP/IP stack and common usage of components; be familiar with printers , their installation, features and troubleshooting; understand information security, including physical security and security best ractices; understand the Android and iOS; be familiar with the installation, configuration, administration and troubleshooting of Microsoft operating systems; and understand wired and wireless standards, technologies and implementation.
Methods of instruction include audiovisual materials, classroom exercises, computer‐based training, discussion, lecture, and practical exercises. General course topics include personal computer components; operating system fundamentals; PC technician professional best practices; installing and configuring peripheral components; installing and configuring system components; maintaining and troubleshooting peripheral components; troubleshooting system components; installing and configuring operating systems; maintaining and troubleshooting Microsoft Windows; network technologies; installing and managing network connections; supporting laptops and portable computing devices; supporting printers and scanners; personal computer security concepts; and supporting personal computer security.