Agenda

Instructor Training Sessions (Additional Charge to Attend)



  • 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Analyzing This and That with CySA+

    Instructor: Nicholas Lane, Technical Instructor, New Horizons Learning Group 

    The CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) CS0-001 certification is a mid-tier credential that concentrates on the rising population of security professionals responsible for monitoring, detecting, and responding to cybersecurity incidents. Here you will learn how to employ analytical tools and techniques for the protection, detection, analysis, investigation, and response to the numerous threats facing your organization.

    Who Should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a CySA+ course. Participants should have previous networking and cybersecurity experience and should hold at least Security+ certification or have equivalent experience.

    Analyzing This and That with CySA+ - CEU Approved for A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, PenTest+, CySA+

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    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Nicholas Lane

  • 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Classroom Strategies for Hands-on Skills, Employability, and Certification with Network+

    Instructor: Walt Jaqua, Information Technology Instructor, South Bend Community School Corporation

    The latest CompTIA certification exams are bringing new challenges for students and instructors due to employer demands for deeper cognitive understanding and real-world, hands-on skills. How are we adapting in the classroom and in our own skill level to overcome these challenges? This session will examine practical strategies that can be tailored for your Network+ course including hands-on labs, exercises, and scenarios. Take away practical methods for balancing instruction and hands-on to maximize student success.

    Who should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a Network+ course. Participants should have previous networking experience and should hold at least CompTIA A+ and/or Network+ certifications or have equivalent experience in networking.

    Classroom Strategies for Hands-on Skills, Employability, and Certification with Network+ -CEU Approved for A+, Network+ and Cloud+

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    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Walt Jaqua

  • 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    CompTIA A+: Modernizing a Long-Time Favorite

    Instructor: Jill West, CIS Adjunct Instructor at Georgia Northwestern Technical College and Author, MJ West Enterprises, Inc.

    The CompTIA A+ certification continues to evolve to meet the demands of today’s IT job market. The structure and priorities of this certification show some significant shifts in the new Core 1 and Core 2 exams, with less emphasis on hardware and a growing demand for candidates to demonstrate soft skills and critical thinking skills, skills across operating systems, and diverse skills in scripting, mobile devices, cloud, and IoT. This training session will focus on lab ideas and concepts for new A+ content. We’ll also discuss how to design and build your own lab projects so you can customize your classroom to your students’ needs. Bring your laptop to follow along with the demos! 

    Who Should Attend: Instructors currently teaching CompTIA A+ or Introduction to IT courses. Participants should have basic understanding of computer concepts and operations.

    CompTIA A+: Modernizing a Long-Time Favorite - CEU Approved for A+

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    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Jill West

  • 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Getting Under the Hood of Cybersecurity - Linux+ for Instructors

    Instructor: Lee McWhorter, IT Generalist and Educator at Woz U

    This course session will cover an overview and comparison of the new and old Linux+ exams as well as important lab topics such as installation and teaching the Command Line Interface (CLI).  This instructor led training will assist participants with classroom setup, hands-on labs, and other strategies to help your learners achieve success on their Linux+ exam.

    Who should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a Linux+ course. Participants should have previous networking and Linux experience and should hold at least A+ certification or have equivalent experience.

    Linux+ for Instructors – CEU Approved for A+ and Linux+

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    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Lee McWhorter

  • 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Making Security+ Stick with Virtual Labs

    Instructor: Anthony Sequeira, Online Trainer, CBT Nuggets

    We all know that students can sometimes struggle to master new material, especially when there is a lot of theory mixed with practical applications. We also know that it can be a struggle to outfit the live or virtual classroom with modern equipment for hands-on lab work. In this action-packed session, Anthony Sequeira will teach you how to deploy a variety of virtual lab options for use in any classroom or self-paced learning setting. The session includes plenty of detailed demonstrations of actual examples from various portions of the Security+ curriculum, making this session a great review of that material as well. 

    Who should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a Security+ course. Participants should have previous networking and cybersecurity experience and should hold at least Network+ certification or have equivalent experience.

    Making Security+ Stick with Virtual Labs – CEU Approved for A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+

    Click here for more details.
    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Anthony Sequeira

  • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    Classroom Strategies for Hands-on Skills, Employability, and Certification with Network+

    Instructor: Walt Jaqua , Information Technology Instructor, South Bend Community School Corporation

    The latest CompTIA certification exams are bringing new challenges for students and instructors due to employer demands for deeper cognitive understanding and real-world, hands-on skills. How are we adapting in the classroom and in our own skill level to overcome these challenges? This session will examine practical strategies that can be tailored for your Network+ course including hands-on labs, exercises, and scenarios. Take away practical methods for balancing instruction and hands-on to maximize student success.

    Who should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a Network+ course. Participants should have previous networking experience and should hold at least CompTIA A+ and/or Network+ certifications or have equivalent experience in networking.

    Classroom Strategies for Hands-on Skills, Employability, and Certification with Network+ -CEU Approved for A+, Network+ and Cloud+

    Click here for more details.
    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Walt Jaqua

  • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    CompTIA A+: Modernizing a Long-Time Favorite

    Instructor:  Jill West, CIS Adjunct Instructor at Georgia Northwestern Technical College and Author, MJ West Enterprises, Inc.

    The CompTIA A+ certification continues to evolve to meet the demands of today’s IT job market. The structure and priorities of this certification show some significant shifts in the new Core 1 and Core 2 exams, with less emphasis on hardware and a growing demand for candidates to demonstrate soft skills and critical thinking skills, skills across operating systems, and diverse skills in scripting, mobile devices, cloud, and IoT. This training session will focus on lab ideas and concepts for new A+ content. We’ll also discuss how to design and build your own lab projects so you can customize your classroom to your students’ needs. Bring your laptop to follow along with the demos! 

    Who Should Attend: Instructors currently teaching CompTIA A+ or Introduction to IT courses. Participants should have basic understanding of computer concepts and operations.


    CompTIA A+: Modernizing a Long-Time Favorite - CEU Approved for A+

    Click here for more details.
    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Jill West

  • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    Making Security+ Stick with Virtual Labs

    Instructor: Anthony Sequeira, Online Trainer, CBT Nuggets

    We all know that students can sometimes struggle to master new material, especially when there is a lot of theory mixed with practical applications. We also know that it can be a struggle to outfit the live or virtual classroom with modern equipment for hands-on lab work. In this action-packed session, Anthony Sequeira will teach you how to deploy a variety of virtual lab options for use in any classroom or self-paced learning setting. The session includes plenty of detailed demonstrations of actual examples from various portions of the Security+ curriculum, making this session a great review of that material as well. 

    Who should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a Security+ course. Participants should have previous networking and cybersecurity experience and should hold at least Network+ certification or have equivalent experience.

    Making Security+ Stick with Virtual Labs – CEU Approved for A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+

    Click here for more details.
    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Anthony Sequeira

  • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    PenTest+ For Instructors: Turning Your Training Environment Red

    Instructor:  Lee McWhorter, IT Generalist and Educator at Woz U

    This course session will cover an overview of PenTest+, and why it is important for security professionals, penetration testers, and bug bounty hunters.  Important lab topics such as nmapnetcat/shells, and scripting will be covered in detail.  This instructor led training will assist participants with classroom and hands-on labs as well as other strategies to help your learners achieve success on their PenTest+ exam. 

    Who should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a PenTest+ course. Participants should have previous networking and cybersecurity experience and should hold at least Security+ certification or have equivalent experience. A basic understanding on Linux commands will come in handy as well but not required.

    PenTest+ for InstructorsCEU Approved for A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, CySA+

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    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Lee McWhorter

  • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    Reach for the Sky with Cloud+

    Instructor: Nicholas Lane, Technical Instructor, New Horizons Learning Group   

    The CompTIA Cloud+ CV0-002 certification is an infrastructure credential that perfectly synergizes cloud computing and virtualization for the optimization and maintenance of cloud services. Here you will learn how to utilize and teach cloud computing and virtualization technologies, in addition to learning about the industry’s most popular cloud products.

    Who Should Attend: Instructors currently or looking at beginning to teach a Cloud+ course. Participants should have previous networking experience and should hold at least Network+ certification or have equivalent experience in networking and cloud technologies.

    Reach for the Sky with Cloud+ - CEU Approved for A+, Network+, Linux+ and Cloud+

    Click here for more details.
    Speakers:
    Speaker

    Nicholas Lane

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