Further examining changes to the A+ certification

Wednesday, 2 August 2006, 11:47 AM EST

Last month, changes have been announced to the A+ certification, which is one of the most popular certifications currently in the IT industry. After a quick glimpse of the existing two-exam certification, the new path was presented. While it also requires passing two exams, there are now three electives from which to choose after passing the one required test. For all practical purposes, the 220-602 exam (IT/Enterprise Technician) is the most comprehensive elective and the other two — 220-603 (Remote Technician) and 220-604 (Depot Technician) — are just subsets of that one.

At Unix Review.

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