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A+ Training LogoNYBI's A+ Training Program prepares individuals for work as PC technicians where they service, upgrade, install, assemble and maintain computers and peripheral equipment. Students practice techniques to assemble computers, analyze and repair malfunctions, and gain "hands-on" experience.

A+ Training PhotoTo become A+ certified, you have to pass two exams: 220-901 and 220-902 offered by CompTIA (Computer Technology Industry Association).
NYBI's A+ Training Program follows the specific objectives set by CompTIA for A+ Certification.

NYBI's Advantage:


Session 1 Session 2
Personal Computer Components
Motherboard, Buses, CPUs, Memories, and BIOS/CMOS

Lab 1: Computer Assembly/Disassembly
Storage Devices, Ports & Interfaces and computer Configuration

Lab 2: Installing, configuring, and troubleshooting a new hard drive

Session 3 Session 4
Upgrading / Repairing and Portable Computers

Lab 3: Installing, Configuring, and troubleshooting printers, video and audio
Network Systems

Lab 4: Network configuration, Internet connectivity, and computer hardware troubleshooting

Session 5 Session 6
Operating System Fundamentals

Lab 5: Using the Control Panel, configuring the Windows Interface, and using DOS commands
Windows 7 and Windows 8

Lab 6: Installing Windows 7, using a Startup Disk and the Startup Menu

Session 7 Session 8
Managing and Maintaining the Windows Operating System

Lab 7: Using Windows system tools, data backup, optimizing performance
Security, Safety, Environmental Issues and Communication & Professionalism

Lab 8: Troubleshooting using resources on the Web. Restoring the Registry

Total: 4 weeks, 30 hours

Certification Exams

This course prepares students for the following exams:


High School Diploma/ GED.

Occupational Objectives

Upon completion of the course, students will be qualified to be an IT technician, Enterprise technician, PC technician, desktop support technician, field technician or PC support specialist.


A+ textbook $600 Special Price! $499.

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A textbook worth up to $44.99 is included for FREE.
Tuition includes $40 non-refundable registration fee and does not include exam fees.

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