The CompTIA A+ Exams Were Just Updated. Learn How to Pass Them Here.

June 11, 2019

Learn how to pass the CompTIA A+ Exams here – and get that CompTIA A+ certification.

CompTIA recently announced a significant revision of their CompTIA A+ certification. The revised Comptia A+ exams better reflect the changing shape of modern IT environments and the skills IT professionals need to manage those environments. The certification now has a larger focus on cloud, security, and data compared to previous versions.

Additionally, the new CompTIA A+ exams have a larger emphasis on soft skills such as problem solving and critical thinking skills that are necessary to effectively operate increasingly complex and emerging environments.

We at LinkedIn Learning have partnered with Mike Meyers – the leading authority on CompTIA certifications – to refresh our CompTIA A+ content to reflect the latest changes to this industry-leading certification. We’ve launched 19 new courses and a Learning Path that comprehensively cover the objectives of the exams and the needs of IT professionals in today’s digital world.

The new CompTIA A+ Core Series requires candidates to pass two exams: Core 1 (220-1001) and Core 2 (220-1002) and our courses align to these two exams to help you prepare to pass both. Our new courses to help you earn that certification are:

We also have a new Learning Path, Become a CompTIA A+ (220-1000) Certified Technician.

So, why get certified at all?

With over a million IT professionals CompTIA A+ certified, the exam has become an industry standard – and a door-opener for anyone looking to get into IT. Regardless of whether you’re taking courses to pass the exam or to become a more rounded IT professional, we’ve got the courses you need to pass the CompTIA A+ and learn the most in-demand IT skills.

In addition to these certification-focused releases, we have hundreds of IT help desk and IT administration courses taught by seasoned experts for all levels of learners. See a full list of our IT help desk courses here.