CompTIA A+ 200-801 and 200-802: Now Available in Arabic
To better target the needs of IT professionals in the Middle East and other Arabic speaking countries, CompTIA has made the latest version of its A+ certification exams (220-801 and 220-802) available in Arabic. This has been officially announced today through the press release available on the company’s website.
Although the change has apparently been introduced to target the booming markets of the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Oman, the Arabic version of A+ exams is available worldwide, making things easier for aspiring Arabic-speaking IT professionals who prefer to take the exams in their native language.
“The IT technician’s role is increasingly more complex and sophisticated than in the days of the break-fix PC repairman,” said Terry Erdle, executive vice president, certification and learning, CompTIA. “Their responsibilities have expanded into areas such as mobility, security, virtualization and other emerging technologies. CompTIA A+ reflects this reality.”
CompTIA A+ is an ANSI accredited certification to the ISO 17024:2012 standard. CompTIA A+ validates foundation-level knowledge and skills necessary for a career in IT service and support. Nearly one million IT professionals have earned the credential since it was introduced in 1993.
Employers rely on CompTIA A+ when hiring IT staff because certified workers have a greater ability to understand new and complex technologies; are more productive; and bring more insightful problem-solving to the workplace.
Moreover, Oman Ministry of Education has used CompTIA A+ and other certifications to strengthen the hardware and software skills of some 900 IT technicians and engineers working in the ministry’s headquarters, regional offices and schools.
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