Why CompTIA Certifications?
CompTIA vendor neutral certifications are the starting point for a career in IT. They show employers you have the skills to do the job, regardless of the vendor hardware or software. Many of these exams are also prerequisites or electives for more advanced vendor certifications. Earning a CompTIA certification proves you have the right skills, and is the starting place for a career in IT.
CompTIA certification updates and retirements
Planning to earn or currently have a CompTIA certification? Stay up to date with CompTIA certification exam retirements, launches, CE and other useful information. Learn more at CompTIA Certifications website »
CompTIA certification exam policies
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CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ certification exam launches November 12, 2019
CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ will be available starting November 12, 2019. For candidates who completed the beta exam, score reports will be available at this time. Thank you for your support of the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ beta exam. Learn more about the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ certification exam »
CompTIA CySA+ certification beta exam (CS1-002) begins October 11, 2019
Learn more about the CySA+ certification and the beta exam parameters Register for the CySA+ beta examination »
CompTIA A+ 900 series certification exams retirement
The CompTIA A+ 220-901 and 220-902 certification exams retired July 31, 2019 for English language. Most translations retired October 1, 2019 and are no longer available. German translations will retire October 25, 2019 and Japanese translations will retire January 31, 2020. Vouchers already purchased for these exams can also be used for the new CompTIA A+ 220-1001 and 220-1002 (Core Series) exams, launched earlier this year. Learn more about the CompTIA A+ Certification exams »
CompTIA Linux+ powered by LPI certification exams LX0-103 and LX0-104 retired October 1, 2019 in all languages
The CompTIA Linux+ pb LPI Certification exams LX0-103 and LX0-104 retired on October 1, 2019 and are no longer available. Learn more about the new CompTIA Linux+ certification exam »
CompTIA IT Fundamentals FC0-U51 exam retirement
The English language version of the CompTIA IT Fundamentals FC0-U51 certification exam retired July 15, 2019. Translated versions retire December 1, 2019 – Japanese will remain available through March 31, 2020. Anyone preparing for this exam version is encouraged to complete their studies and take their exam. Vouchers already purchased for this exam can also be used for the ITF+ FC0-U61 exam and are valid through the voucher expiration. Learn more about the CompTIA ITF+ certification exam »
CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+)
Earning the CTT+ certification designates you as an exceptional trainer in your field. As an instructor, you not only have to plan engaging classroom lectures, practice tasks and exams, but you must also be a knowledgeable and effective communicator.
Pearson VUE delivers the following CTT+ exam.
The CompTIA CTT+ certification performance based exams listed below are only delivered by Ingenuiti. Please visit the CompTIA CTT+ certification website for additional information on these exams.
- TK0-202 – Classroom Trainer
- TK0-203 – Virtual Classroom Trainer
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Sharing your Certification status
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