The 2011 A+ Refresh: What Our Team is Doing

December 17, 2010 at 4:32 pm | Posted in CompTIA, Transcender news | Leave a comment
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As many of you know, CompTIA has announced a Windows 7 refresh for their A+ certification. This refresh is expected to affect the A+ certification exams as of January 2011. Here at Transcender, we wanted to help you understand just what the changes mean, but we decided to approach it a little differently than we have in the past. (Don’t worry! We still plan to approach it the old-fashioned way, too! Expect an update to our practice tests next year.)

Last month, I traveled to Houston, Texas to meet Mike Meyers and his team at Total Seminars. I met Mike’s great team and really enjoyed the time I spent with them. The trip was quite the adventure that included a slight fender bender in Houston, a several hour flight delay on my return flight, and then a lovely two-hour traffic delay on I-20 in the wee hours of the morning. But it was what occurred between the fender bender and the flight home that I think will excite you the most.

As many of you know, Mike Meyers is an A+ guru. He is a dynamic speaker and talented writer who many of us have looked to for all things A+. So I sat down with him, and we discussed just what this A+ refresh is all about….with cameras rolling. While we primarily discussed the A+ refresh, we did manage to set aside some time to go over what we knew about the new expiration policy for the A+, Network+, and Security+ certifications. So we have created a video that really has something for everyone!

Keep watch over the coming weeks for an announcement regarding these videos. I think you’ll want to watch them. They’re informative….and best of all, they’re free.

(Oh, yeah. And you’ll finally get to see just what I look like. Unfortunately, you’ll also hear what I sound like. I just cannot manage to get rid of my Alabama twang!)

-Robin Abernathy

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