CompTIA, the world’s leading tech association, wants to help more teachers become certified in IT Fundamentals (ITF+), an introduction to basic information technology knowledge and skills.
We are offering the CompTIA ITF+ ebook and certification exam voucher free of charge to teachers who want to learn more about IT and apply that knowledge to their teaching and careers.
Teachers who teach any subject to children in grades 6-12 are eligible for this limited-time benefit from CompTIA.
- In your teaching. Gain new and expanded knowledge in IT and its applications to help you teach STEM and IT classes in new and better ways.
- In your career. There is high demand for technology teachers in today’s schools. Open up more job opportunities and job security by having more knowledge of tech.
Limited Time Benefit
As an incentive to teachers everywhere, CompTIA is offering teachers who complete and pass the exam* as part of this promotion an entry into a drawing for a $100 Amazon e-gift card.
About the IT Fundamentals+ Exam
The CompTIA IT Fundamentals exam focuses on the essential IT skills and knowledge needed to perform tasks commonly performed by advanced end-users and entry-level IT professionals alike, including:
- Using features and functions of common operating systems and establishing network connectivity
- Identifying common software applications and their purpose
- Using security and web browsing best practice
What skills will I learn?
IT Concepts & Terminology
Comprehend notational systems, illustrate the basics of computing and explain the value of data and troubleshooting.
Know how to set up and install common peripheral devices to a laptop/PC or secure a basic wireless network.
Applications & Software
Manage applications software, understand the various components of an operating system and explain the purpose of methods of application architecture.
Comprehend programming language categories, interpret logic, and understand the purpose of programming concepts.
Be able to explain database concepts, structures, and purpose, as well as understand methods used to interface.
Understand confidentiality, integrity, and availability concerns of secure devices and best practice methods.