CompTIA ITF+ Certification Training (Voucher Included) – (VIRTUAL) – Course #112121.900


Start Date

Rolling Enrollment


Self Paced Learning

Total Hours


Duration of Program Access

6 Months

Course Description

Launch your IT career with our CompTIA ITF+ Certification Training course. Start your journey today!

Become a Certified CompTIA ITF+ Professional

The CompTIA ITF+ Certification Training course is tailored for those with little or no information technology (IT) experience. It covers all the essential IT areas, including PC hardware, operating systems, applications, networking, programming, databases, and security, while preparing you for the CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) certification exam.

The ITF+ course is designed to help you showcase your readiness for the digital workplace. You will become proficient in today's technologies, from networking and cybersecurity essentials to hardware and software basics.

Earning your ITF+ certification is also a step towards advanced certifications like CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+, providing a holistic approach for long-term success and expertise in the ever-evolving IT field.

A voucher for the CompTIA ITF+ certification exam is provided, covering the cost of the certifying exam upon eligibility.


If you want to earn a credential from the world's leading technology association, look no further than a course certified by CompTIA. With a focus on cloud and mobile technology, information security, and networking technology, CompTIA provides vendor-neutral certifications in a wide variety of skill sets in the IT industry. CompTIA certifications ensure that the IT workforce is well-trained, knowledgeable, and able to perform the real-life tasks needed to be successful. From entry-level to expert, CompTIA offers IT certification options that cover all your bases.


Course Objectives

Course Objectives

  • Understand how to define IT-related terminology and concepts
  • Be able to explain and classify computer hardware and networking devices
  • Gain knowledge on the purposes and functions of operating systems and application software
  • Learn and explain the tools and constructs that enable programmers to create software
  • Describe how databases store and report structured data
  • Summarize IT security threats and the methods of mitigating their risks
  • Explain the basic structure, content, and purpose of CompTIA certification exams


Certified CompTIA ITF+ Professional FAQs


What is information technology? What do information technology professionals do?

According to Cisco, the field of information technology (IT) is typically associated with computer systems, hardware, software, and networks used to process and distribute data—including networking hardware such as servers and routers and applications that facilitate communication across various networks and the internet. Over the years, IT technicians' primary focus has been designing, installing, managing, and troubleshooting computers and network components.

However, in recent times, IT encompasses a diverse collection of connected user devices and IoT devices, such as LED lighting, cameras, door locks, thermostats, machine monitoring controls, TVs, and even air conditioners. Cybersecurity specialists play a crucial role in securing information systems. They work towards protecting the integrity of organizations' networks and data.


What kinds of jobs does the CompTIA ITF+ certification prepare for?

Common jobs for CompTIA ITF+ holders include service and user help desk support specialists, technical support specialists, and associate network engineers.


Does this course prepare you for a certification?

Yes. You will be prepared to take the CompTIA IT Fundamentals FC0-U61 Exam.




Course Prerequisites:

High School Diploma or Equivalent

The CompTIA ITF+ certification is accessible to individuals without prior experience, representing a one-time achievement that does not require renewal.


CompTIA ITF+ Certification Training

      1. Introduction to CompTIA Certification
      2. IT Concepts and Terminology
      3. Understanding Computer Hardware
      4. Data Storage
      5. Operating Systems
      6. Networking Basics
      7. Managing Applications
      8. Troubleshooting Basics
      9. Database Fundamentals
      10. Security Basics
      11. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
      12. Protecting Data and Ensuring Business Continuity
      13. Software Development Fundamentals
      14. Preparing for a Certification Exam

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