Agenda

Instructor Training Sessions (Additional Charge to Attend)



  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Defeating the Advanced Persistent Threat with CSA+

    Instructor: Clay Leitzke, President, Nexus Worldwide Computer Training

    The CompTIA CSA+ (CS0-001) certification focuses on security professionals who use their skills to analyze data collected from various tools that are used manage and secure a network. Learn how to examine network data provided by these tools as a means of better understanding how to defend against attacks on your network.

    Who Should Attend: This session is geared for instructors who are preparing to implement the CompTIA CSA+ certification in their programs.
    Participants should have Network+ and Security+ or equivalent experience.

     

     

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    Speakers:
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    Clay Leitzke

  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Get The Knack of Network+

    Instructor: Jill West, Network+ Author, Cengage Publishing

    This session will explore instructional approaches, tools, and projects that bring Network+ (N10-006 & N10-007) concepts alive in the classroom. Special attention will be placed on TCP/IP IPv4 and IPv6, subnetting and virtual networks. Take away practical knowledge for network configuration requirements to share with your students to help provide a deeper understanding of network design.

    Who Should Attend: This session is intended for instructors with previous networking experience and should hold at least CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications or have equivalent experience in networking.

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    Speakers:
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    Jill West

  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Hands On: Teaching the Networking Component of CompTIA A+

    Instructor: Mike Meyers, President, Total Seminars, LLC and McGraw-Hill Author

    Networking is a critical component in the CompTIA A+ (220-902) and Network+ (N10-006 & N10-007) curriculum. Make sure you prepare your students for CompTIA certification success. Join Mike Meyers in this hands-on class that runs the gamut of modern networking, from LANs to WANS. Mike will cover configuration of all the machines that are involved in these networks, both small and big, and examine essential tools we use as network techs and administrators.

    Who Should Attend: Participants in this session should be familiar with basic computer and network concepts and components.

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    Speakers:
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    Mike Meyers

  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Project Management Fundamentals with Project+

    Instructor: Kim Heldman, CIO - Regional Transportation District in Denver, Colorado, Author Wiley Publishing

    Discover the secret language used by project managers the world over. Learn the processes that make up a project and acquire the knowledge to build a framework for planning, managing, and controlling your project. You’ll also learn how to work with teams, manage project risk, and much more. This course will help prepare you for the CompTIA Project+ (PK0-004) exam in a fun environment that will also provide you a solid foundation in the fundamentals of project management.

    Who Should Attend: This session is intended for instructor who are interested in adding Project+ to their educational programs.
    Some basic knowledge of project management would be helpful but not required for this session.

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    Speakers:
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    Kim Heldman

  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Reaching for Linux+ Certification

    Instructors: Richard Blum, Author, Wiley Publishing and Christine Bresnahan, Author, Wiley Publishing and Professor, Ivy Tech Community College

    Linux has increased in popularity over the past years. The CompTIA Linux+ (LX0-103 & LX0-104) certification can help prepare students for a successful career as a Linux administrator. Join us as we look at the best approaches to teach Linux in the effort to assist students prepare for success in certification and careers.

    Who Should Attend: This session is intended for instructors who are interested in teaching Linux+ in their programs.
    Participants should have basic computer knowledge and skills such as CompTIA A+ and Network+ or equivalent experience.

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    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Richard Blum

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    Christine Bresnahan

  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Security+ Basic to Advanced! Getting to Know Security+

    Instructor: Dr. Mark Ciampa, Professor, Western Kentucky University and Security+ Author, Cengage Publishing

    Interested in becoming Security+ (SYO-501) certified but don't know exactly where to start? This session will explore the fundamentals of security, its unique terminology, and basic attacks and defenses that provides the foundation of the Security+ certification. After covering the fundamentals we will look at advanced security training that can be used to prepare for taking the Security+ certification and for training students in advanced security topics. This material can also be used to help students who are interested in becoming certified. Hands-on projects that illustrate these fundamentals will also be included.

    Who Should Attend: This session is intended for instructors who are looking to improve their instruction of Security+ topics with their students. Participants should hold at least CompTIA A+ and Network+ or equivalent experience.

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    Speakers:
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    Mark Ciampa

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