Heading in the right direction??

Discussion in 'A+' started by Maldini44, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. Maldini44

    Maldini44 New Member

    I studied Information Systems at uni, but since having left I've found my career has gone off in a different direction.

    But throughout I have always had a keen interest in all things PC related, and quite a good working knowledge. I suppose I'm more of a 'Jack of all Trades' rather than having any specific qualifications or areas of specialisation.

    I would now like to formally get some industry recognised qualifications under my belt, and would like to do some freelance PC support, mostly for Home users.

    I've already been doing this part time, but I feel if I get a few "proper" qualifications under my belt I would be more marketable.

    Should I be starting out with something like CompTIA A+ ?
  2. jackbauer

    jackbauer Bit Poster

    yes i beleive that you are headed in the right direction getting the A+ cert should be your first priority..

    I honestly suggest you should sign up with www.techexams.net they have some really good material on A+.

    Good Luck
    Certifications: NVQ3 for IT Professionals.
    WIP: ITP, N+, Security +, CCNA, MCP
  3. tripwire45
    Honorary Member

    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

    There's a thread pinned at the top of the A+ forum called Books and Resources that should help you get started.
    Certifications: A+ and Network+

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