CompTIA Network+ Training


CompTIA Network+ Training

The CompTIA Network+ certification is a popular certification for those entering the computer networking field. Although many vendor-specific networking certifications are popular in the industry, the CompTIA Network+ certification is unique in that it is vendor neutral. The CompTIA Network+ certification often acts as a stepping-stone to more specialized and vendor-specific certifications, such as those offered by Cisco Systems.

In CompTIA Network+, the topics are mostly generic in that they can apply to networking equipment regardless of vendor. Although the CompTIA Network+ is vendor neutral, network software and systems are implemented by multiple independent vendors.

Target Audience

  • Candidates aspiring career in system and network administration


  • CompTIA A+ Certification or equivalent knowledge
  • Some practical industry experience in networking is recommended.

Course Objectives

  • CompTIA’s Network+ certification is an entry level vendor neutral certification for aspiring system and network administrators. The Network+ course provides basic training in managing, maintaining, troubleshooting, installing and configuring a network infrastructure.
  • Network+ certification is also a step towards attaining higher level vendor specific certifications such as Microsoft (MCSE, MCITP), Cisco (CCNA, CCNP) and Linux (Linux+, RHCE).



Course Curriculum

Section 1: Comptia N+ course

  • Network Theory
  • Network Communications Methods
  • Network Data Delivery
  • Network Media and Hardware
  • Network Implementations
  • Networking with TCP/IP
  • TCP/IP Services
  • Local Area Network Infrastructure
  • WAN Infrastructure
  • Network Security
  • Remote Networking
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Network Data Storage
  • Network Operating Systems
  • Network Management
  • Network Troubleshooting