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CompTIA Reneges, Reconsiders on Lifetime Certifications

January 26th, 2010 01:41 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

garg0yle writes “Recently, it was reported that IT certification house CompTIA had changed their A+, Network+, and Security+ certifications — rather than being ‘for life,’ there would now be a recertification requirement through continuing-education credits (and an accompanying fee). Needless to say, this made a lot of people very unhappy, and today it was announced that CompTIA has reversed their decision. Basically, any certification obtained before 2011 will still be ‘for life.’” Ars notes the coincidence that CompTIA contacted them about the change of heart an hour after Ars’s story about CompTIA’s initial switcheroo went live.

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