5 Great Sources to study for IT Certifications

5 Great Sources to study for IT Certifications

Studying for IT certifications can be a great way to start a career in IT. New IT certs can also be a way to enhance an existing career or change careers. They will not make you an expert but can give direction and confidence to practice more. Certifications can provide a great foundational knowledge base. There are many books and materials that can be used. There are many different styles of teaching and learning. It can be daunting sorting through all the options. Find the solution that aligns with your schedule, budget, and learning style. The Cyber Job Mentor has provided a list of sources that may help you study for your next IT certification.

1. Professormesser.com

James Messer provides some awesome content that is always relevant for CompTIA trifecta. He has videos that cover all the of the objectives for A+, Net+, and Sec+ exams. He offers all of these amazing videos for free and provides monthly study sessions. The videos are available on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/user/professormesser and on his website at https://www.professormesser.com/. He also sells notes for the videos which are a great value.

2. Cybrary.it

Cybrary.it is incredible. This site offers labs, videos, practice, and more. It is wrapped in a very attractive package perfect for aspiring IT professionals. They have an ios and android app so you can learn on the go. Not all of the content available is free but it is worth the investment. https://www.cybrary.it

3. Lynda

Lynda.com is a great subscription based service that has a deep learning library covering a myriad of topics. The IT related videos are high quality from experts in their respective subject matter disciplines. It is not free but highly recommended. https://www.lynda.com/

4. Pluralsight

Pluralsight has training for many IT certificates. There are hands on learning opportunities and practice test. This site is recommended  for both new comers to technology field,  seasoned professionals who need to brush up, and folks who are just curios and want to learn something new. https://www.pluralsight.com

5. Udemy

Finally the last recommendation is Udemy. Udemy courses are varied and you should be able to find and instructor that meshes with your learning style. The courses typically are reasonably priced and can be viewed in their handy app. https://www.udemy.com

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