Showing posts with label CompTIA training. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CompTIA training. Show all posts

Monday, 23 March 2015

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How to win Free Training For Life


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What it's like to win Free Training for Life


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Author Profile

As part of Firebrand's global marketing team, Edward actively works to serve the IT community with news, reviews and technical how to guides. Working in the Industry for almost 3 years, Edward has a wide variety of experience with Microsoft Technologies including SharePoint, Windows Server and Exchange Server. Edward is an active member of the IT community contributing to a variety of tech publications including Microsoft TechNet, Channel Pro and PC Advisor.


Monday, 5 July 2010

CompTIA Recertification Rolls On

CompTIA has unveiled more information about its upcoming certification renewal policy, which is planned to begin 1 January 2011. A+, Security+, and Network+ certifications will all expire after three years unless renewed.

A real positive, however, is the fact that those who gain certification before the end of 2010 will be “certified for life” and will not need to renew. CompTIA has posted a certification renewal FAQ page on their website, which gives you all the details you need.

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

The perils of not gaining an IT certification (video)

CompTIA has produced a light-hearted video to show the importance of gaining an IT certification - and what can happen if you don't! Check out the CompTIA A+ certification video below.


Friday, 23 April 2010

CompTIA and Linux Professional Institute partnership - free certification

CompTIA has adopted LPI exams for its Linux+ programme. This move will standardise their entry-level Linux certification programs on LPIC Level One.

LPI's Level One certification exams (LPIC-1) will now be included in the programme. This will enable certification in both the new "CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI" certification and the existing LPIC-1.

Todd Thibodeaux, president and chief executive officer, CompTIA explained: “Our collaboration with LPI is an important and significant step in building a
robust workforce that is educated and certified in all aspects of Linux.

“By combining CompTIA’s recognized leadership in IT certification with LPI’s high quality Linux exam development processes, we’re strengthening the quality and reach of this vital skills certification.”

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Good news for professionals with IT certifications

A report by Mile High Research shows steady growth in job opportunities for those with the top IT certifications.

Mile High Research has created a list of In Demand IT Credentials, based on the average weekly number of job postings where one or more certification credentials were specified.

Denny Schall, Chief Learning Officer at Mile High Research, says: “We have seen a 6.8% average weekly growth in internet job postings that specify our In Demand IT Credentials for jobs posted in the United States. IT Professionals who hold one or more of these credentials have skills that are the most in demand by recruiters and hiring managers.”


Certifications in the top ten In Demand IT Credentials included: Microsoft, (ISC)2, Cisco, CompTIA and ISACA.

Firebrand offers accelerated training opportunities with all of the providers listed above. Visit the Firebrand website to make yourself in-demand.