CompTIA Certified Technician
A 10-week training program designed to help Veterans start an exciting career in IT.
Programs Starting Monthly
Start Your New IT Career
You're Hired, A Success Story
Stacey recently completed the LeapFox IT Administrator program. Shortly after completing the program, she was hired by Idaho National Laboratory as a Cyber Security Analyst. A key part of landing the job was achieving her CompTIA Security+ certification.
Get training on the three most popular CompTIA certifications—A+, Network+, and Security+. These three courses offer entry-level training and experience in Helpdesk, Networking, and Cyber Security.
Training and Certifications that are in Demand
CompTIA A+ Certification
In the A+ Course, you will learn how to support, maintain, and troubleshoot both hardware and software. This course covers desktops, laptops, mobile devices, and printers. At the end of this course, students will be prepared to pass the A+ Certification Exams with some personal study.
CompTIA Network+ Certification
In this CompTIA Network+ Course, you will learn the principles and building-blocks for networking infrastructure. You will gain an introductory-level knowledge of complex topics including routing and switching protocols as well as the TCP/IP stack. This course serves as an excellent introduction to the Security+ Course.
CompTIA Security+ Certification
The CompTIA Security+ Certification course is built specifically to ensure you will get your certification at the end of the class. This global certification validates the skills you need to perform core security functions and pursue an IT security career. Even for those not interested in security, this certification is required at a lot of IT jobs.
The three CompTIA courses and certifications we offer are the gold standard to starting your IT career. These certifications are recognized by most employers as the standard for IT knowledge.
Beginner to Intermediate
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Frequently Asked Questions
Certification vouchers are available to purchase for each two-month training module. Vouchers are good for one year. The Security+ and CEH exams may be taken at our Pearson Vue testing center. The CISSP exam must be taken at a separate CISSP testing center.
Yes – temporarily. Due to COVID-19 courses can be taken remotely through December 21, 2020. After this date, all courses must be taken at our training center in Meridian, Idaho. Many out-of-state Veterans move to Idaho during the training program. There are affordable housing solutions close to our training center.
Yes! LeapFox offers both internship and job placement assistance. Many of our students receive job offers before completing their training program.
Depending on eligibility, your benefits will pay for books, labs, and training. Please contact us or your VA Representative for more information.
Our school is considered full-time (18 hours/week) and eligible for MHA. Please contact your VA Education Advisor for details.
The Registration Process
Certificate of Eligibility
Visit va.gov and obtain an updated copy of your certificate of eligibility. Verify you have enough benefits to complete the desired program. You will need two months of benefits for each month of training at LeapFox. If you haven't applied yet for your VA benefits, you can do so on the eligibility page as well.
Talk with our Veterans Rep
First things first. Let's meet and make sure our program is right for you. Our Veterans Representative can meet with you over the phone or in-person. To schedule an appointment, call us at (208) 898-9036 or click the button below.
Click the button below to fill out our secure online application. Upon completion of the form, send a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility to email@example.com. Our Veterans Representative will reach out to you shortly!
Listen to what our Students have to say
"In particular what I liked about my instructor was the personal interaction. Being able to actually address specific areas, helped me identify areas I need to improve on."
Greg Anders, Veteran
"I took the security course, and it was extremely good...If you are planning on spending your future in any kind of data transmission or training, this course will help you immensely."
John W Baker, Retired Army Colonel
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