Through this CompTIA A+ certification program, develop a deeper understanding of hardware, networks, and computing systems in approximately 5 months.
Looking to fast-track a Career in IT? Learn IT job essential theories and practices through our CompTIA A+ certification program.
Blue Ridge CTC’s CompTIA A+ certification program involves industry-driven coursework to enhance students’ job-ready skills and prepare them to enter or advance in the real workforce.
With the CompTIA A+ certification program, gain knowledge of common IT technologies and practical aspects of the A+ certification exam objectives.
The program covers a wide range of skills required to enter IT industries including security, operating systems, mobile devices, networking, hardware, virtualization and cloud computing, network and hardware troubleshooting. The program allows students to:
Blue Ridge CTC provides need-based financial aid to qualified applicants, ensuring all students have equal access to a quality education.
Whether you are a student worrying about tuition fees or are a parent assisting a child pay for college, we have a wide variety of financial resources available.
Admissions Counselors and Academic Advisors at Blue Ridge Community and Technical College help students navigate career paths throughout their academic careers.
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