A+, Network+, Security+ expire every 3 years

By Tracker14
Jan 23, 2010
  1. I just found out the Comptia A+, Network+ and Security+ is valid for only 3 years. The A+ course that cost me a shinny gold coin and was advertised as lifetime certification, expired. I was A+ certified in 1999 so Comptia is telling me my certificatin paper is only good to wipe my ***. I can't afford to be taking a entry level test every 3 years and I won't. That's just another way for Comptia to make money in a down economy. How about Comptia dig in my back pocket and scratch my *** because I'm tired of scratching my head!
  2. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,681   +86

    Well almost all the certifications are valid for a certain period of time, ranging for one year, three years, or five. For certificate renewal you just need to pass a certain exam and thats that. But i agree its a very good way of minting money
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