CompTIA CTT+

CTT+ Certification CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) certification identifies excellent and dedicated industry instructors.

It is an international, vendor-neutral certification that covers core instructor skills, including preparation, presentation, communication, facilitation and evaluation in both a classroom and virtual classroom environment.


Two exams are necessary to be certified: CompTIA CTT+ Essentials, and at least one of the two designations: Classroom Trainer or Virtual Classroom Trainer. Candidates will need to supply a video or recording of their classroom or virtual classroom sessions.

The exam covers planning prior to the course, methods and media for instructional delivery, instructor credibility and communications, group facilitation and evaluating the training event.

Dell, Microsoft, Novell, Ricoh and IBM recommend that their trainers be CompTIA CTT+ certified. The Training Associates also look for CompTIA CTT+ certification when assigning trainers.

Documentation

updated 4/25/2013
CompTIA CTT+ Overview
CompTIA CTT+ Essentials – How to Prepare
CompTIA CTT+ Classroom Trainer – How to Prepare 
CompTIA CTT+ Virtual Classroom Trainer – How to Prepare

Forms

updated 4/25/2013
CompTIA CTT+ Classroom Trainer submission form
CompTIA CTT+ Virtual Classroom Trainer submission form
 
Test Details
Required exams Two - CompTIA CTT+ Essentials and either the Classroom Trainer or Virtual Classroom Trainer
Number of questions 95
Length of test 90 minutes
Passing score CompTIA CTT+ Essentials: 655
Classroom Trainer and Virtual Classroom Trainer: 36
Recommended experience Six to 12 months of training experience
Languages English, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish
Exam codes CompTIA CTT+ Essentials: TK0-201
CompTIA CTT+ Classroom Trainer: TK0-202
CompTIA CTT+ Virtual Classroom Trainer: TK0-203
Certifications like CompTIA A+ are a very good way of ensuring everyone reaches a common level of understanding. It allows us to set a course benchmark from which everyone can proceed with their learning.
Rob Warrender
Principal Lecturer, University of Sunderland

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