Certification is a CompTIA-sponsored testing program that certifies
the competency of entry-level computer services technicians. The
A+ test contains situational, traditional, and identification types
of questions. All of the questions are multiple choice with only
one correct answer for each question. The test covers a broad range
of hardware and software technologies, but is not bound to any vendor-specific
products. The program is backed by major computer hardware and software
vendors, distributors, resellers and publications. A+ certficiation
signifies that the certified individual possesses the knowledge
and skills essential for a successful entry-level computer service
technician, as defined by experts from companies across the industry
& Troubleshoot Computers In Class!
course covers personal computers Networking fundamentals. Learn
about the characteristics of star, bus, mesh, wireless and ring
topologies, coax, Cat3, Cat5, fiber-optic, UTP, and STP cables and
the conditions under which they are appropriate. Learn about all
network elements such as fileservers, workstations, and Gateways.
Server, workstation, and host At Completion of Course students will
be able to install, configure, and manage a TCP/IP network Operating
environment. Additionally, students should also be prepared for
the CompTia Network Plus exam. Amtech has the experience you need.
We have configured and deployed in excess of 500 Networks since
A Network In Class!
course is for people with the desire to work with networks. We cover
Cisco concepts as outlined in the latest ICND curriculum. Students
will learn Internetworking Concepts Overview; Assembling and Cabling
Cisco Devices; Operating and Configuring a Cisco IOS Device; Managing
Your Network Environment; Interconnecting catalyst switches; Extending
Switched Networks with Virtual LANs; and Router and Switch concepts.
Learn to interconnect Networks with TCP/IP; Determining IP Routes;
Basic IP Traffic Management with Access Lists; Configuring Novell
IPX; and configuring WANx and VPNs. At course completion, students
will be prepared for the Cisco CCNA exam.
Hands-on With Routers!
Windows 2000 MCP
the latest desktop operating system that Microsoft has to offer.
With over one million copies deployed worldwide, students will learn
to install or upgrade to Windows 2000 Professional using automated
and remote setup tools, Administer access to shared files, folders,
and printers; Configure and manage hardware devices, drivers, network
adapters, and remote mobile hardware. Troubleshoot the Windows 2000
desktop environment. Learn how to use profiles, desktop settings,
multiple locations, fax support, and other services; Monitor system
memory, disk, and application performance; Implement the TCP/IP
network protocol; link computers and shared resources.