• Hello,

    I am new here, and I have been reading most of the post on here for a couple of days. Just wanted to give you a brief background of my history and maybe you could give me some advice on what to do. For about a year and a half, i have been learning web design at a local community college( mainly adobe software). In some ways I enjoy it and in others, not so much. I am interested in the IT field, and wanted to know if, Wireless # is a good start or do I need to get A+ certified first? I was told that I need to be A+ certified in order to do Wireless #, is this true? The reason why I'm asking is cause, the local community college in my area has a class where they teach you and prep you for your wireless # exam.

  • First, you do not need to be A+ certified to become Wireless# certified; however, I would encourage you to get both if you are completely new to the IT industry. Second, what college is this that's offering a Wirless# prep class. I'd love to hear more about that.

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