2 Courses - C)HT & C)OST 2 Certifications - Hardware Technician &Operating Systems Technician 1 Low Price
The Certified Hardware Technician, C)HT, course will kick start your career in the IT field by providing the foundational knowledge needed to install, configure, and support computer hardware systems; this includes assembling components based on customer requirements; installing, configuring and maintaining devices, PCs, and servers.
The C)HT will also provide an understanding of the fundamentals of networking and security/forensics; properly and safely diagnosing, resolving, and documenting common issues; as well as applying troubleshooting skills.
A key component to anyone’s skill set is customer service, this course provides insight into providing appropriate customer support. A favorite part of this course is the dive into wireless networks, mobile devices and custom builds for end user deployment. The Certified Hardware Technician course maps to the Mile2 Certified Hardware Technician exam as well as the CompTIA A+ 220-901 certification exam.
The Certified Operating Systems Technician, C)OST course builds on the C)HT course by focasing on operating systems; this includes installing, configuring and maintaining devices, PCs, and software for end users; understanding the basics of networking and security/forensics from the operating system view. Properly and safely diagnose, resolve, and document common software issues. Apply troubleshooting skills, and providing appropriate customer support.
We will cover virtualization, security, desktop imaging, and deployment. You will also learn the security foundations needed for the various operating systems. This course maps to the mile2 Certified Operating Systems Technician, C)OST, exam as well as the CompTIA A+ 220-1002 certification exam.
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Live Class Duration:
* Live Virtual Training
Suggested Prior Knowledge
None – Entry Level
* Mile2 C)HT
* End Users
* Employees with access to computers
Upon completion, the Certified Hardware Technician and Certified Operating Systems Technician candidate will be able to competently take the C)OST & C)HT exams well as the CompTIA A+ 220-1002 exam.
All Mile2 certifications will be awarded a 3-year expiration date.
There are two requirements to maintain Mile2 certification:
1) Pass the most current version of the exam for your respective existing certification
2) Earn 20 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) per year. You may submit your CEUs in your Mile2 inbox. These CEUs must fall under “Qualify Continuing Educational Activities).
Visit our certification renewal page for more information.
The Certified Hardware Technician and Certified Operating Systems Technician exams are taken online through Mile2’s Assessment and Certification System (“MACS”), which is accessible on your mile2.com account.
NO. You do not have to purchase a course to purchase a certification exam.
All of our courses can be taken independently. In order to help guide our students on their cybersecurity career journey we have developed the Mile2 Certification Roadmap.
This helpful resource maps specific courses to Role-based career tracks.
1. Go to www.mile2.com/my-account
2. Select the "Courses" tab
3. Choose the course name that matches the exam you want to take
4. In the course materials, scroll to the bottom of the page to find the certifiation exam.
5. See this helpful video:
Mile2 Cybersecurity Certifications is a world-leader in providing accredited education, training, and certifications for INFOSEC professionals. We strive to deliver the best course ware, the strongest Cyber Range, and the most user-friendly exam system in the market.
Our training courses follow our role-based Certification Roadmap. Plus, many of our classes include hands-on skill development in our Cyber Range. We train students in penetration testing,disaster recovery, incident handling, and network forensics. Additionally, our Information Assurance training certification meets military, government, private sector and institutional specifications.