CompTIA certifications are vendor-neutral IT certifications that validate specific skills required for IT jobs, and are well-recognized in the global IT industry. From foundation level IT technicians to professional project managers and technical instructors, CompTIA offers a certification to meet your needs.
|Course/Certification||Exam (s)||Target Audience|
|CompTIA A+ Certification||220-701
PC Technicians, Support Technicians, Enterprise Technicians
|CompTIA Network+ Certification||77-882||
Network Administrators, Network Technicians, Network Installers Help Desk Technicians
|CompTIA Security+ Certification||JK0-015||
Security architects, security engineers, security consultants/specialists, information assurance technicians, security administrators, systems administrators, and network administrators.
|CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)||CAS-001||IT Specialists, Risk Managers, Analysts, Security Architects, Ethical Hackers, etc.|
|CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician||HIT-001||The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician certification covers the knowledge and skills required to implement, deploy, and support healthcare IT systems in U.S. clinical settings, requiring candidates to already have a CompTIA A+ certification or 500 hours of hands-on IT technical experience in the healthcare IT field|
|CompTIA Cloud Essentials||CLO-001||The CompTIA Cloud Essentials specialty certification demonstrates that an individual knows what cloud computing means from a business and technical perspective, as well as what is involved in moving to and governing the cloud. While it is not required, CompTIA recommends that a candidate have at least six months working in an environment that markets or relies on IT-related services.|
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