Thursday, March 29, 2012

CompTIA Courses

CompTIA is known worldwide as the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications. CompTIA certifications identify IT professionals who prove their aptitude in various fields, such as security, network administration, computer repair, and server administration.
Training Camp is a member of the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), and a CompTIA Platinum Authorized Partner – the highest level of delivery. CompTIA helps shape the technology community with programs that set standards and guidelines today and into the future, offering vendor-neutral certifications such as A+, Network+, Security+, CPT+, and more.

CompTIA Professional Series
The following CompTIA certification courses cover the technical skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a specific IT career.

CompTIA A+ (3 Days)
CompTIA A+/Network+ (7 Days)
CompTIA CTP+ (5 Days)
CompTIA Linux+ (7 Days)
CompTIA Project+ (4 Days)
CompTIA Security+ (3 Days)
Online A+/Network+/Security+ (Self-Paced)

CompTIA Mastery Series
The following CompTIA certification course covers the advanced practice of multiple enterprise disciplines through the application of advanced skills.

CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (5 Days)

CompTIA Specialty Series
The following CompTIA certification courses cover the business and technical knowledge needed for specific vertical or niche markets.

CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician (3 Days)
CompTIA Cloud Essentials (3 Days)

Many companies have made CompTIA certifications mandatory for their professionals. The U.S. Department of Defense recognizes CompTIA certifications in its technical and management tracks for information assurance technicians and managers under DoD Directive 8570.1M.

Visit to view information on these CompTIA courses nationwide

Monday, March 26, 2012

Post 9/11 GI Bill provides education financial support for service members

Placed into effect on August 1, 2009, the Post 9/11 GI Bill provides education financial support for service members who have served on active duty for 90 or more days since Sept. 10, 2001. Depending on your length of active duty service, the financial support you are eligible to receive will not only cover up to 100% percent of your training course, but a percentage of your courseware, lodging and other training-related costs as well.
Training Camp is pleased to offer the following approved training programs under the Post 9/11 GI Bill:

Information Security
CompTIA - Security+ (3 Days)
EC-Council C|EH (5 Days)
(ISC)² Official CISSP (7 Days)
(ISC)² Official CISSP CBK Review (5 Days)

Project Management/Compliance
Project Management Institute - PMP v4 (4 Days)
GRC Group Sarbanes-Oxley Certification Program (5 Days)

Operating Systems/Software Applications
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 MCITP DBA (7 Days)
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - MCITP Administrator (7 Days)
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - MCITP Enterprise (14 Days)
Microsoft .Net 4.0 - MCPD (14 Days)
Microsoft Windows 7 - MCITP (5 Days)
Microsoft Windows 7 - MCTS (3 Days)
CompTIA Linux+ powered by LPI (7 Days)

Hardware/Network Support
CompTIA A+/Network+ (7 Days)
CompTIA A+ (3 Days)
CompTIA Network+ (3 Days)
CompTIA Security+ (3 Days)
Cisco - CCENT/CCNA (5 Days)
Cisco - CCENT/CCNA/CCDA (7 Days)
Cisco - CCENT/CCNA/CCNA Security (7 Days)
Cisco - CCNP (12 Days)

Eligibility Criteria for Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits:

You are eligible if you served a minimum of 90 days on active duty after September 10, 2001. This covers active duty served as a member of the Armed Forces or as a result of a call or order to active duty from a reserve component (National Guard and Reserve) under certain sections of title 10.

As of August 1, 2011, active service performed by National Guard members under title 32 U.S.C. for the purpose of organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, or training the National Guard; or under section 502(f) for the purpose of responding to a national emergency, will also count toward Post-9/11 GI Bill eligibility.
Select periods of active duty service are excluded and do not qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill:
ROTC under 10 U.S.C. 2107(b);
Service academy contract period;
Service terminated due to defective enlistment agreement;
Service used for loan repayment; and
Selected reserve service used to establish eligibility under the Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB chapter 30), MGIB for Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR Chapter 1606), or the Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP chapter 1607).

Post 9/11 GI Bill Tuition Coverage:
Up to 100% of all tuition costs and course-related fees, paid directly to the educational institution;
Up to $1,000 annually for books and supplies; and
An allowance for accommodations and lodging based on the location of the educational center you attend.

GI Bill Benefits Transfer to Family Members:
Members of the Armed Forces on August 1, 2009, with 6+ years in the military, may transfer unused Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits to their children or spouse. Restrictions may apply.

Training Camp Programs Are Also Eligible Under:
Chapter 30 (Montgomery GIBill, enlisted after 7/1/85)
Chapter 31 (Vocational Rehab)
Chapter 32 (VEAP, enlisted between 1/1/77 & 7/11/85)
Chapter 35 (Survivors & Dependants)
Chapters 901 & 903 (enlisted between 11/30/80 & 9/30/81)
Chapter 1606 (Reserve) REAP (Reserve Educational Assistance Program)

Please Visit for Post 9/11 GI Bill Courses

Thursday, March 22, 2012

VMware Certified Professional VCP is the base certification for VMware

Certifications in a virtual realm would not likely be of any help to an IT professional. However, actual certifications in virtual machines would be, as virtualization has branched out from a once predominantly tech support tool to web and application development, server management, and even cloud computing. VMware has long been the leader in this industry, and they offer the following three certifications:

VMware Certified Professional (VCP) The VCP is the base certification for VMware. The core competencies for this class are to install, manage, and deploy a VMware system. Unless you are already a VCP or have other certified VMware trainings, you will need to take one of 3 five-day courses before you can take the VCP exam.

VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) The VCDX is the highest level certification. Once you have a VCP certification, you can then request a review of your VMware knowledge and experience. If you qualify, you will then be permitted to take both an Administration and a Design exam. Passing those exams then allows you to prepare and submit an implementation plan, at which you will defend during a later interview. If you can jump through all these hoops (without falling), VMware will bestow upon you this certification.

VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) The newest of VMware’s certifications, VCAP is designed to be an intermediate level certification. The certification process of the VCDX is thorough, and the VCAP was created to fill the void of the VMware professionals that were not quite ready to attempt a VCDX certification, but certainly have the experience and training far above that of which is required for the VCP. A VCAP offers either an Administration or Design test, and your certification will reflect your specialty based on which of these tests you choose to take and pass.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Season Finale of The Walking Dead

Huh?! Wow.

Sorry I had to comment....

Season Finale of The Walking Dead

Want more cash? Get certified!

All of us in the field have seen that pages and pages of job listings asking for all kinds of certifications with silly acronyms. Sometimes it seems almost impossible to find one that doesn’t require some kind of certification, which could make many people question why they went to college in the first place when these little certificates are all they needed. While this may seem like a pain, things will most likely stay this way for the foreseeable future, so it might be a good idea to jump on the bandwagon now.

According to some, it is not only a good idea to go ahead and get the certification you want for new jobs, but they are also leading to promotions and raises. In fact, a survey featured in a article asked 700 neetworking professionals whether a certification led to a raise, a promotion, a new job, or something else. 60.5% of professionals said their certifications got them a new job, 56.0% said that they got raise, 28.8% said that they got a promotion within their current company, and 10.8% said that they got some other type of reward for their certifications. However, there is a catch to all of these numbers, because they don’t take into account professionals that don’t have any certifications, and also doesn’t make an effort to account for the fact that not all certifications are equal. Some certifications have been clearly shown to be more beneficial than others, such as the Cisco family of certifications and some Microsoft ones.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Notebook and Laptop Repair Course


•Do you want to learn how to fix laptops?

•Are you afraid to work on laptops for fear of breaking them?

•Do you want to expand your skill set so you can make big money fixing laptops instead of sending the business away?

Screenshot to get an idea of the size and clarity of the videos 

What do you get in this package? You'll see in full 960x540 HD video:

•How to replace a motherboard
•How to replace an LCD Screen
•What to do when the laptop keeps shutting down
•How to fix DC power jacks
•The crucial difference between a bad screen and a bad inverter board
•How to replace hinges
•Where I buy all my parts
•The best way to go about taking a laptop apart
•How to solder
•The art of fixing AC adapters
•How to handle a laptop that has had liquid spilled in it
•what to do when a laptop overheats
•how to replace CD/DVD drives, RAM, processors, hard Drives and wireless cards
•and much, much more!!

There are 40+ videos in this collection, totaling over 10 hours of HD video. Yes, I said 10 hours. 

  Here's a list of just some of the videos included in this collection:  




•CD/DVD Drives


•How to Take a Laptop Apart

•Power Problems - Gateway Laptop

•Toshiba Laptop Power Jack Fix

•Motherboard Replacement - HP DV6000

•Key Not Working- Sony Vaio

•Replace Keyboard - Gateway Laptop

•Vaio Ribbon Repair

•Power Jack - Dell B130

•Power Jack Repair - Gateway Laptop

•Testing a Hard Drive With KNOPPIX

•Replace Cracked Screen - Aspire 3680

•Won't Boot Up - HP DV6000

•Replace LCD Cover - Acer Aspire 3610

•Replacing a Keyboard - Dell Inspiron 1521

•Screen Back Cover - Dell Inspiron 1521

•Screen Replacement - Toughbook CF-W5

•Power Jack Fix - Acer Aspire 3680

•Touchpad Buttons Not Working

•Vaio Laptop Power Jack Repair

•Water Damaged Laptop - Toshiba

•HP DV8000 - Spilled Iced Tea - Keys Not Working

•Spilled Beer on a Dell Inspiron 1525

•Checking a DC Jack on an HP DV5

...And That's Not Even Nearly All Of Them!
These videos have been years in the making. These are not your low quality, inexperienced YouTube videos you've probably seen in your travels. Steve Cherubino is a laptop specialist who has had people send him laptops to fix from all over the world. These are real repairs from a real technician who has owned his very own computer repair shop in Philadelphia PA, and has taken apart and repaired hundreds of laptops!

BUY Notebook and Laptop Repair Videos Course TODAY

"I have never wrote a company about a product before and I was hesitant to buy the videos, but after watching the first few I was in awe of the clarity and amount of detail made this maybe the best choice of my tech career.
Anyone of any level can watch, learn and make money hand over fist just by watching these videos, the camera work and the voice narration made it very clear and easy to understand, I have told every tech I know that they need to buy this, at least to fix their own laptops, the cost savings is unprecedented, I have never seen something so affordable save me and earn me so much money.
Bottom line it is the best money I have spent since I bought my wifes wedding ring!
Thanks for all your hard work, p.s. the bonus videos are great!"

Still Thinking About It? These Videos Pay For Themselves!

 In the scheme of things this is minimal seeing as how you can recoup the cost of these videos in just one job! Also, realize this is a master course in laptop repair, one that you would have to pay many thousands of dollars at any technical institution to get! Buy these videos and expand your knowledge and your business today!


Podnutz Laptop Repair Videos Released On DVD

Thanks for your interest in the Laptop Repair Video Collection on DVD. It has been popular demand that the videos be released on DVD, as I know many of the videos are large and can take some time to download.

Because of the size of the videos, putting them on DVD has been quite a task but it is finally completed! I also wanted to make sure that the DVD set came with a full menu system for easy navigation and that the quality of every movie was the best it could possibly be. This has all been accomplished as you can see below.

Included is:

•4 jam packed discs containing the full Laptop Video Collection
•Full menu system for easy video locating
•Introductory screen w/music for every disc
•Perfect and crisp DVD quality in every video
•Will work in your standalone DVD player
Massive 4 Disc Set!

You'll be receiving the discs in a massive 4 disc collection. Each disc with it's own introduction screen and menu system. Slim DVD case included for easy storage. Finally, play the Podnutz Laptop Repair Videos on your DVD player with this professionally assembled video collection.

Introductory Offer!

The 4 DVD set is a massive collection that retails normally for $129.95. But...for a limited time I'm offering you the introductory price of $79.95 + shipping. In the scheme of things this is minimal seeing as how you can recoup the cost of these videos in just one job! Also, realize this is a master course in laptop repair, one that you would have to pay many thousands of dollars at any technical institution to get! Buy these videos and expand your knowledge and your business today!

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Poor Info on Career Opportunities Is Costing Students Jobs

Nearly half of young people in the U.K. are missing out on career opportunities due to a lack of information from schools and universities, despite having the skills employers want, according to a new CompTIA survey. The new research reveals that 41 percent of students do not feel well-informed about the range of careers open to them. Only 13 percent feel their education institutions have fully equipped them to make career decisions. CompTIA surveyed more than 1,000 students to understand what motivates them. The survey is part of a drive to address the huge skills gap in IT and technology careers in the U.K.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Cybersecurity Legislation Predictably Unpredictable on Capitol Hill

The 2012 U.S. federal legislative session started off looking very promising for the passage of cybersecurity reform — then suddenly the landscape shifted. On privacy and intellectual property issues, we saw the Internet companies flex lobbying muscle in an unprecedented way. And, even though 2011 saw more major data breach incidents than previous years, data breach reform may be a long way off.

CompTIA SmartBrief