Train Signal Releases CompTIA Network+ 2009 Training Course

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Networking evolves, exams requirements change, and Train Signal stays on course by updating and revising their CompTIA Network+ course for 2009.

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The technologies and protocols are the fundamental knowledge that almost every server, switch and workstation utilize in today's wired world.

Train Signal, the global leader in professional computer training, just released their new CompTIA Network+ 2009 Training, a course designed around the new CompTIA Network+ exam.

The CompTIA Network+ 2009 exam has updated and expanded on topics from the 2007 exam. In order to cover the evolving world of networking, topics like security and wireless networking are emphasized on the new Network+ exam. Train Signals CompTIA Network+ 2009 Training follows the criteria of the new exam, allowing students to stay updated and succeed in networking.

The features of the CompTIA Network+ 2009 Training include over 12 hours of video instruction on 2 DVDs, with complete N10-004 exam coverage. Students can access the training in a variety of file formats, including iPod, WMV and AVI video, making learning convenient. Instructor's notes are included with the course so students can follow along more easily and facilitate the learning process. Each package also includes the award-winning Transcender practice exam software.

"CompTIA Network+ Training always offers basic and practical networking skills for both beginner and intermediate students," said Iman Jalali, Train Signal's Director of Sales and Marketing. "Our newly released Network+ 2009 was updated with the vital networking topics, so students understand the most relevant IT issues present in today's organizations."

Train Signal helps students get the training and certification with their "Total Experience" computer-based training so they can succeed in today's face paced, ever-changing world of technology. CompTIA Network+ 2009 Training instructor, Ed Liberman, has worked in IT for over 18 years. With his experience and teaching style, students will gain the "real world" skills needed to be successful within this field.

"The networking fundamentals students learn during their CompTIA Network+ studies will act as a foundation for a career in Network Administration." said Gary Eimerman, Director of Product Development of Train Signal. "The technologies and protocols are the fundamental knowledge that almost every server, switch and workstation utilize in today's wired world."

About Train Signal

Founded in 2002, Train Signal provides computer-based "Total Experience" training that gives individuals the tools and confidence to tackle real-world challenges, pass their certification exam and succeed in today's competitive global IT market.

Train Signal offers a wide range of computer training packages covering Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, VMware, and Microsoft Office. In addition to its Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Exchange 2007, and SharePoint 2007 courses, Train Signal offers training for over forty-eight different courses including: Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Office 2007, VMware ESX Server, Cisco CCNA and Cisco CCNP. A privately-held company, Train Signal is based in Rolling Meadows, IL. For more information about Train Signal, please visit http://www.trainsignal.com.

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