Downers Grove, Ill. – CompTIA, the leading provider of vendor-neutral skills certifications and education for the world’s technology workforce, today announced the newest course addition for its CompTIA CertMaster online learning tool.
A CertMaster course is now available for the latest CompTIA Server+ exam (SK0-004).
CompTIA Server+ is an internationally-recognized, vendor-neutral certification that validates skills, knowledge and hands-on experience with server and storage systems. It is an ideal certification for IT professionals who work in today’s data centers.
“As organizations make greater use of virtualization, the server environment has changed dramatically,” said Thomas Reilly, vice president, CompTIA Learning. “IT professionals working in data centers have advanced responsibilities for security, storage, disaster recovery, systems analysis and other network infrastructure tasks."
“Becoming CompTIA Server+ certified is an accepted, proven way for IT professionals to validate their skills in these areas; and the CertMaster learning regimen is a proven, effective method for preparing for CompTIA certification exams,” Reilly added.
CompTIA CertMaster is an adaptive, confidence-based learning solution that leverages neuroscience research and key learning triggers to help individuals learn information quickly and retain information for the long term.
More than 40,000 people have used CompTIA CertMaster courses to prepare for CompTIA certification exams since CertMaster was launched in June 2014. A survey of 1,000 CertMaster users found that 81 percent have passed their certification exam.
CertMaster for CompTIA Server+ has earned the CompTIA Authorized Quality Control (CAQC) seal of approval from ProCert Labs. This seal of approval signifies that the course is based on sound instructional design principles and covers all of the exam objectives. Linking the course to the exam objectives makes learning more effective and efficient.
CertMaster also allows learners to progress through the course at their own pace and to learn anywhere, anytime with available desktop and mobile versions for Apple iOS and Android. To learn more, visit https://certification.comptia.org/training/certmaster.
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