Welcome to the Peripheral Devices and Connectors Skills Course & Certification Test
For those just starting their career in IT, a knowledge of peripheral devices is a great place to start. Chances are, you’ve had experience with many of these devices already from an end-user perspective, so learning how to work with and troubleshoot those devices is a natural progression. A peripheral device or auxiliary device, is generally defined as any device that connects to and works with the computer in some way. Some examples of peripherals are keyboards, scanners, microphones, speakers, webcams, or USB drives. These devices are typically organized into 3 categories: input, output and storage. The Peripheral Devices and Connectors Skill Certification Course prepares you with a working knowledge of the most common devices and connectors you encounter on a daily basis. In conjunctions with the Comptia A+ course, you will also learn how to install and configure a wide range of devices.
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6 months + of general IT experience, ideally to include knowledge of computer hardware support.
Completion of the CompTIA A+ training or certification.

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