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® certifications align with IT infrastructure and cybersecurity career paths, with each added certification representing a deepening of your expertise. Core certifications, like CompTIA A+, lay the groundwork for the specialized pathway certifications, and additional professional certifications cover necessary IT skills like project management.
CompTIA IT Fundamentals – IT Fundamentals covers a range of IT topics and provides a solid grounding in the technology concepts and practices organizations use today.
CompTIA A+ – A+ is the starting point for a career in IT. The performance-based exams certify foundational IT skills across a variety of devices and operating systems.
CompTIA Network+ – Network+ certifies the essential skills needed to confidently design, configure, manage and troubleshoot any wired and wireless devices.
CompTIA Security+ – Security+ provides a global benchmark for best practices in IT network and operational security, one of the fastest-growing fields in IT.
CompTIA Cloud+ – Cloud+ validates the skills and expertise required to securely implement, maintain and utilize cloud technologies.
CompTIA Linux+ – Linux+ is an internationally recognized credential validating technical competencies required for junior-level Linux administrators.
CompTIA Server+ – Server+ demonstrates the technical knowledge and skills required to perform a variety of tasks on server platforms.
CompTIA CySA+ – Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) applies behavioral analytics to the IT security field to improve the overall state of IT security.
CASP+ – CASP+ is an advanced certification that validates critical thinking and judgment across a spectrum of security disciplines in complex environments.
CompTIA PenTest+ – CompTIA PenTest+ is for intermediate level cybersecurity professionals who are tasked with penetration testing to manage vulnerabilities on a network.
CompTIA Project+ – Project+ validates the ability to initiate, manage and complete a project or business initiative on time and within budget.
CompTIA CTT+ – CTT+ validates the knowledge and use of tools and techniques necessary for successfully teaching in today’s learning environments.
CompTIA Cloud Essentials – Cloud Essentials demonstrates understanding of cloud computing from a business and operations perspective.
Appointments are made at least two working days in advance, subject to availability.
- Contact the exams department (firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com)
- Make payment either via bank or Mpesa (We don’t accept cash)
- Fill the exam form and submit it to the exams department.
- Pick your receipt.
You are advised to bring at least 2 forms of acceptable ID each time you report to our exam center. With few exceptions, ID documents must meet all the following requirements:
- be government issued.
- be an original document; photocopied documents are not acceptable
- be valid; expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have passed) are not acceptable
- include the test taker’s full name matching exactly the name used to register
- include a recent photograph that clearly matches the test taker
- include the test taker’s signature
If you do not bring valid and acceptable identification, or if the name on your ID does not exactly match the name on your registration, you will not be permitted to test, and you will forfeit your exam fee as its not refundable.
You will not be allowed to take any personal items with you into the testing room. This includes all bags, books or other materials not authorized for this exam, notes, phones, pagers, watches and wallets. You will, however, be provided a locker where you can keep your personal items. It is important that all electronic items, such as cellphones should be turned OFF.