CompTIA Certification is an industry recognized credential that is designed to validate foundational IT knowledge and skills. CompTIA Certifications are vendor-neutral and cover a range of topics, including computer hardware, networking, security, and more.
CompTIA offers four main certification tracks: entry-level, professional, master, and expert. The entry-level track is CompTIA A+ and is intended for entry-level IT technicians. The professional track is for IT professionals who want to validate their skills and advance their careers. The master track is for IT experts who want to validate their knowledge and skills in multiple areas. The expert track is for IT professionals who want to validate their knowledge and skills in a specific area.
CompTIA Certification exams are administered by Pearson VUE. Candidates can register for exams online or by phone. Exams are offered in multiple languages and are available at testing centers around the world.