For the first time, the Workforce Development division of Rappahannock Community College will offer a CompTIA Security+ Certification training course at the RCC Site, located at King George High School.
The non-credit course will run from September 4 through 14, during the evenings starting at 5 p.m.
This course offers students the opportunity to learn and achieve one of the most desired industry recognized cybersecurity certifications. The Security+ certification, sponsored by CompTIA, is globally recognized and validates the baseline skills you need to perform core security functions and pursue and IT security career.
Students will be presented with materials that make up six significant areas of cybersecurity concentration: Threats, Attacks, and Vulnerabilities; Technologies and Tools; Architecture and Design; Identity and Access Management; Risk Management; and Cryptography and PKI.
“We are excited to offer this training in King George County,” says Dr. Jason Perry, director of the RCC Workforce division. “Due to the location of the Naval Surface Warfare Center at Dahlgren, with think that a fairly large amount of personnel may be in need of this training,”
Class cost includes materials and exam voucher.
For additional information about this new course, and related offerings, please contact the RCC Workforce staff at 804-758-6750 or firstname.lastname@example.org.