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CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) Certification Prep (Exam FC0-U61) Training


What CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) Certification Prep (Exam FC0-U61) training is all about?

CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) Certification Prep (Exam FC0-U61) Training course allows aspirants to develop a broader IT foundation and get certifications in specific fields. You can achieve a stepping stone to success for specialized training in CompTIA Network+ and CompTIA Security A+. With the integrated course modules, pupils can focus on skills vital to figure out the basics of computing, software development, IT infrastructure, and database use.

The Course Objectives for CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) Certification Prep (Exam FC0-U61) Training include set up of a computer workstation running Windows and application of essential software, reconciling the functions and device types used with computer systems, implementation of critical computer maintenance and principle support. Students learn about computer configuration and mobile devices to establish a connection between the internet and home networks and find out security issues that affect systems and computers. This Microtek Learning technical training is apt for aspirants of IT career, professionals working in a relative sector such as sales, marketing, and other operational staff in IT-based organizations.

Schedule
  • Delivery Format:
Date: Aug 31, 2020 | 11:30 am - 7:30 pm EST
Location: Online
$2495 USD
  • Delivery Format:
Date: Sep 21, 2020 | 8:30 am - 5:30 pm EST
Location: Online
$2495 USD
What are the course objectives for CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) Certification Prep (Exam FC0-U61) training?
  • Identifying utilization of computers and networks which affects other security issues.
  • Understanding the functionalities and devices utilized in the computer system.
  • Setting up the computer workstation operating under basic software in Windows.
  • Understanding few principles of database and maintenance of computer.
  • Configuring mobile devices and computers to interconnect in the internet for home networks.
Who should attend CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) Certification Prep (Exam FC0-U61) training?

This course is intended for professionals who have the very good experience of core IT and are working relevant for the same. Operations staff, sales and marketing staff in IT based organizations can join this training. Additionally, students who are considering to begin up their career in information technology can enroll for this course.

What is the course outline for CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) Certification Prep (Exam FC0-U61) training?
  • 1. IT Concepts and Terminology
  • a). Compare and contrast notational systems
  • b). Compare and contrast fundamental data types and their characteristics
  • c). Illustrate the basics of computing and processing
  • d). Explain the value of data and information
  • e). Compare and contrast common units of measure
  • f). Explain the troubleshooting methodology
  • 2. Infrastructure
  • a). Classify common types of input/output device interfaces
  • b). Given a scenario, set up and install common peripheral devices to a laptop/PC
  • c). Explain the purpose of common internal computing components
  • d). Compare and contrast common Internet service types
  • e). Compare and contrast storage types
  • f). Compare and contrast common computing devices and their purposes
  • g). Explain basic networking concepts
  • h). Given a scenario, install, configure and secure a basic wireless network
  • 3. Applications and Software
  • a). Explain the purpose of operating systems
  • b). Compare and contrast components of an operating system
  • c). Explain the purpose and proper use of software
  • d). Explain methods of application architecture and delivery models
  • e). Given a scenario, configure and use web browsers
  • f). Compare and contrast general application concepts and uses
  • 4. Software Development Concepts
  • a). Compare and contrast programming language categories
  • b). Given a scenario, use programming organizational techniques and interpret logic
  • c). Explain the purpose and use of programming concepts
  • 5. Database Fundamentals
  • a). Explain database concepts and the purpose of a database
  • b). Compare and contrast various database structures
  • c). Summarize methods used to interface with databases
  • 6. Security
  • a). Summarize confidentiality, integrity and availability concerns
  • b). Explain methods to secure devices and best practices
  • c). Summarize behavioral security concepts
  • d). Compare and contrast authentication, authorization, accounting and non-repudiation concepts
  • e). Explain password best practices
  • f). Explain common uses of encryption
  • g). Explain business continuity concepts