Bedrock Learning Course Earns CompTIA Certification

Industry training firm's full-day CEA-CompTIA DHT+ Review Workshiop now bears CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum logo.
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Industry training firm's full-day CEA-CompTIA DHT+ Review Workshiop now bears CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum logo.

Holland, MI Bedrock Learning Inc., a leader in digital home technology training, has learned that its full-day CEACompTIA DHTI+ Review Workshop now bears the CAQC (CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum) logo and is formally approved by CompTIA.

A CAQC logo indicates the training materials fully cover all CompTIA certification objectives and also meets instructional design criteria. The CAQC process involves submitting content to a third-party body of industry experts for stringent evaluation. CAQC approved training material is required for use in many CompTIA training environments

It is exciting to see our industry grow and the qualified professionals acknowledged," said Helen Heneveld, president of Bedrock Learning. "At Bedrock Learning we focus on providing best-in-class training and preparation for certification. This review workshop is perfect for anyone in the industry wanting to verify their skill set by earning certification. CEA TechHome and CompTIA do an excellent job serving the industry and we are proud to have our curriculum validated with this approval.

The workshops are led by CEA-CompTIA DHTI+ Certified instructors with extensive field and industry experience. All six domains of the CEA-CompTIA DHTI+ objectives are covered. Incorporated into the live training is a real-time student assessment tool, at the end of each Domain review section questions test the students on their knowledge and the tool provides immediate individual feedback. Students and instructors benefit as this instantly reveals topics in need of further discussion. For knowledge areas requiring more in-depth training, Bedrock Learning also offers online courses, available 24/7. Topics include structured wiring, whole house audio, home theater and home networking.

The worlds of consumer electronics and information technology are converging in the connected home of the 21st century, said Neill Hopkins, vice president, skills development, CompTIA. Technicians must have skills in both worlds to provide the product installation, integration, service, and support that consumers need to fully enjoy a connected home lifestyle. The training offered by Bedrock Learning is preparing home technology professionals to meet the staffing needs of a growing industry.

Designed by industry veterans and subject matter experts, the review workshop covers the critical areas for passing the certification exam. Dates and locations are available at