CompTIA certifications

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p53
Trade Publication
CompTIA is a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to advancing the growth of the information technology industry and those working within it Positioned at the heart of ICT education and training, CompTIA supports and represents more than 15,000 companies in the global information and communications technology industry. In addition, the association provides a voice for the technology industry with programmes in vendor-neutral certification, public policy, workforce development, e-commerce and technology learning, among others. IT Project+ validates the critical knowledge of business practices, interpersonal skits and project-management processes essential in effectively planning, implementing and completing IT projects on time and within budget. The association is involved in developing standards and best practices, and influencing the political, economic and educational arenas that impact IF worldwide.


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