CompTIA Academy Educator Conference 2013: Don’t Miss this Event

June 25, 2013 at 8:14 am | Posted in CompTIA, Conferences | Leave a comment
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For the last two years, I have been attending the CompTIA Academy Educator Conference (which used to be part of CompTIA Breakaway, which is now renamed ChannelCon…but I digress!). The first year I was an attendee and just took in all the IT certification information that was handed out. Last year in Las Vegas, I gave a small presentation on CompTIA’s CASP certification (you can read about that here).

This year, I will be speaking on “Security Certifications and Performance-Based Testing: Taking Your Students to the Next Level.” If you have attended this event in the past, you already know just how valuable it can be for educators who are responsible for any CompTIA training. And this year looks to be no different, especially when you consider all the changes that CompTIA has implemented over the past few years.

If you have never attended this event, I encourage you to do so, particularly if you provide training for any CompTIA certifications. At this event, you often get access to some A-list authors in an informal environment. They give you pointers and show you some of the tools you can use in your classroom. It is a great value – especially for its low cost.

And I have GREAT news – you can use Promo Code EDU25%  to receive 25% off the published conference rate. Go to to register and obtain conference details. (Register before 7/24 to get the best rate!)

Hope to see you there!


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