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Key Details

  • Available at:
    Remote Learning
  • Study Mode:
  • Course Length:

    5 full days

Course Description

The CompTIA A+ certification course is ideal for anyone aspiring to launch a career in the information technology (IT) sector. Regardless of your background or experience level, our course serves as a stepping stone towards a rewarding and prosperous career in IT.

By choosing to pursue a CompTIA A+ certification, you are setting yourself up for an array of benefits. It offers a globally recognised validation of your skills and knowledge in the IT domain, enhancing your marketability to potential employers.

A CompTIA certification also opens up broader avenues for career advancement, providing you with opportunities to delve into specialised areas like network security or IT project management.

Take the first step towards a fulfilling IT career with our CompTIA A+ certification course. Equip yourself with the essential skills needed in today's digital world and stand out in the rapidly evolving IT job market.

Entry Criteria

9 to 12 months hands-on experience in the lab or field


Delivered Online as Virtual Classroom

This course is delivered by our partner, eCareers


Official Exams which are online proctored


CompTIA accreditations are recognised as industry leading certifications for anyone wishing to launch a successful IT career. Passing your CompTIA certification exams can open up a variety of career opportunities in the IT sector.

Some of the job roles that you could explore with these CompTIA certifications include:

IT Support Technician: As an IT Support Technician, you would be providing technical support to users and troubleshooting any hardware and software issues they may have. In the UK, IT Support Technicians or a Technical Support Specialist can earn an average salary of £26,000 per year*.

Network Support Engineer: Network Support Engineers are responsible for maintaining an organisation's network infrastructure. This could involve setting up routers, switching equipment, and other network devices. The average salary for a Network Support Engineer in the UK is £30,000 per year*.

IT Project Coordinator: IT Project Coordinators manage the various aspects of IT projects and ensure that they are delivered on time and within budget. They can earn an average salary of £35,000 per year* in the UK.

Help Desk Analyst or System Support Specialist: Help Desk Analysts answer queries from users and try to resolve any problems they might have. They could work in a variety of settings, from IT service providers to internal IT departments and could involve tasks such as configuring operating systems. In the UK, a Help Desk Analyst can expect to earn an average salary of £23,000* per year.

Remember, these are average salaries and actual earnings can vary depending on the location, size of the company, and level of experience.

*Source: IT Jobs Watch

Other details

Course type: Part-time Courses

Level: 3

Programme Area:

  • Personal Learning Account
  • Business and Management

Business and Management

Learn more about this area and see our course level guide:

Business and Management

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