I received the good news today that I passed the ITF+ cert and I'm gearing up to prepare for the A+ exam with the help of ITProTV of course! It looks like A+ exams 220-1001 and 220-1002 launched on January 15, 2019. From my research (and please correct if I'm wrong) it looks like the retirement date may be coming up on January 15, 2022 with a grace period of 6 months (~July 15, 2022). During this grace period, sounds like candidates can choose which version of the exam to take as they will both be available and valid for certification purposes. This got me thinking, how does ITProTV handle these changes with regards to coursware content version availability. More specifically...
Assuming I'm interested in taking A+ exams 220-1001 and 220-1002, what is the last day that courseware content (videos, virtual labs, practice exams) for this particular exam version will be available on ITProTV before it is updated? I would think that during this grace period, there would be two sets of courseware content available to support both versions of the exam but that could be a terrible assumption on my part.
Although this question is geared towards A+ cert, does the same content update schema apply for all other course offerings on ITProTV?
Anyway, maybe I got this exam retirement thing all wrong and there is a simpler path forward. Hoping to get some clarity to avoid studying for an unsupported exam version.