Hi, first of all, please note that this is not a criticism, but a request for help.
I have purchased access to CompTIA courseware for IT Fundamentals+ (FC0-U61) and A+ (220-1001 & 220-1002 in a single guide).
I'm curious about something here at ITProTV.
To me, it seems as if the courseware (specifically the videos) here for A+ is structured almost exactly in line with the official CompTIA documentation (student guide), but the videos for ITF+ are not in in line with the CompTIA FC0-U61 student guide.
For example, the CompTIA ITF+ guides have 5 modules:
M1 Using Computers
M2 Using Apps and Databases
M3 Using Computer Hardware
M4 Using Networks
M5 Security Concepts
In each Module there are 4-5 topics covering specific items.
The videos here are categorized into more general categories, that (seem to) skip around - which, in and of itself is not a problem - but when I have a single video that covers topics from different Units or even Modules in the ITF+ guides, it gets hard to refer to the videos.
(It seems almost as if the videos were structured for a previous iteration of the ITF+ organization, but that when CompTIA changed things around, the videos here were not changed to match - this is just speculation on my part, as I don't have access to previous iterations of CompTIA's study materials, just the current).
It there an easier way (than me downloading all the videos and manually creating embedded videos with specific time spans) to correctly correlate the videos with the current ITF+ course material from CompTIA?
I'm trying to streamline everything so that if I have a specific question about a specific topic in ITF+, I can easily refer to a specific video for more information, but that has been hard to do a couple of times now.
Thanks for any help that you can offer.