The CompTia Security + Certification is one of the leading vendor-neutral security certifications and is a keystone to the U.S. Department of defense 8570.1 initiative. This exam preparation course offers a detailed review of the six domains covered by the exam. In this course, participants will build on their knowledge and professional experience with computer hardware, operating systems, and networks as they acquire the specific skills necessary to implement basic security services on any type of computer network.
- Comprehend the concepts of critical and creative thinking and their relationship to problem solving, innovation, and decision making
- Analyze the barriers to critical and creative thinking
- Apply critical thinking skills to assess the merits of an argument
- Appreciate how biases and perceptions influence critical thinking
- Develop potential strategies for enhancing critical and creative thinking skills
- Understand the leader’s/manager’s role in balancing the convergent and divergent thinking processes for problem solving and decision making
- Appreciate the differences between creativity and innovation
- Analyze strategies for improving individual critical and creative thinking skills
- Apply critical and creative thinking to resolve an organizational challenge
Course Length:Five day
Course Materials: Participants receive syllabus/participant guide with reference materials
Audience (Who Should Attend)
Individuals in an organization who serve in or will move into system administration roles and responsible for maintaining information assurance on computer/network systems
Scenario-based exercise requiring the application of critical and creative thinking skills to craft an innovative solution to a challenge facing the organization
Our instructor has more than 15 years’ experience in all aspects of teaching, adult learning, and curriculum development, including the effective use of educational and informational technologies. They have specific experience teaching all aspects of critical and creative thinking to leaders/managers at the graduate and undergraduate levels, including federal government audiences.