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Topic # 129251 8-Sep-2013 21:26
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Hi guys, I was just browsing for a part time job to fill in before I apply for accounting internships next year. However most of the IT jobs demand that you have Compia A+ qualifications. I am based in Wellington and wondering where I can obtain this? Also, from the website it says the course takes 12 weeks, any chances of doing it in less time? I have watched some lessons on youtube and it looks very straightforward, not to mention I have done most of the things the course covers many times. 
Just after some more information, also what other courses are good to look at? 
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  Reply # 891803 8-Sep-2013 22:53
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If youre confident you know what youre doing, you can bypass the course and just do the exams.

Workmate just did his A+ (to update, he hasnt done it for years) and said it was a bit more involved than what it was 10 years ago.... he was quite surprised at some of the detail they wanted. And he teaches A+...... :)






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  Reply # 891809 8-Sep-2013 23:01
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Awesome thanks, ill read around and watch YouTube (there is a great tutor who has videos on all the topics) to ensure I haven't missed anything.
Can it be sat online? Or what institutions offer the test? Thanks




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  Reply # 891810 8-Sep-2013 23:03
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I have a whole stack of CDs on the training...there are some things that can catch you out.





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b0untypure1: Awesome thanks, ill read around and watch YouTube (there is a great tutor who has videos on all the topics) to ensure I haven't missed anything.
Can it be sat online? Or what institutions offer the test? Thanks


No, it cannot be sat online.  You have to attend a Pearson VUE proctored testing centre.  Go to http://www.vue.com/comptia/locate/ to find one.

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b0untypure1: Awesome thanks, ill read around and watch YouTube (there is a great tutor who has videos on all the topics) to ensure I haven't missed anything.
Can it be sat online? Or what institutions offer the test? Thanks


Just make sure the guy on YouTube is showing you a reasonably current version of the training material ;)
IIRC my workmate said theres a section on virtual machines as well.




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  Reply # 892401 9-Sep-2013 22:31
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Professor Messer on YouTube is supposed to be very good.

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