AWS CCP Course Outline
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Course is designed for beginners and professional to gain relevant skills to pass the exams and gain certification.
Domain 1: Cloud Concepts – 26%
Domain 2: Security and Compliance – 25%
Domain 3: Technology -33%
Domain 4: Billing and Pricing – 16%
There are two types of questions on the examination:
Multiple choice: Has one correct response and three incorrect responses (distractors).
Multiple response: Has two or more correct responses out of five or more options.
Select one or more responses that best complete the statement or answer the question. Distractors, or incorrect answers, are response options that an examinee with incomplete knowledge or skill would likely choose. However, they are generally plausible responses that fit in the content area defined by the test objective.
Course Delivery – Virtual Classroom
Our Virtual Classroom courses enables you to access virtual classroom training, without leaving your home or office. We use the Zoom video conferencing platform by Zoom Video Communications.
More information can be found in our FAQ ‘Pre Virtual Class Preparation section‘
Recommended AWS Knowledge It is recommended that candidates have at least 6 months of experience with the AWS Cloud in any role, including traditional and non-traditional students, educators, and individuals exploring the AWS Cloud, including project managers, IT managers, sales managers, decision makers, and marketers, as well as those working in finance, procurement, and legal departments. Recommended General IT Knowledge Candidates should have a basic understanding of IT services and their uses in the AWS Cloud platform
We at Finsliq Technology Academy understand that taking time off work and/or daily obligations can be difficult. Most people do not want to utilise their annual leave for a course and contractors do not want to lose their day rates and pay for a course. Our Evening and Weekend classes are designed to cater for those who want to do their training without loss of earnings (contractors) and utilisation of annual leaver (Perms).