CompTIA CTT+ certification overview


The CompTIA CTT+ certification is a pre-requisite for the Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) status and comprises two exams, i.e. a theoretical computer-based examination with multiple choice questions and a second practical exam which involves the recording of a course either in a physical or virtual classroom. The CompTIA CTT+ certification is considered good for life and does not need to be renewed. This article provides a CompTIA CTT+ certification overview.

Exam Details

The following table provided by CompTIA includes a summary of the CompTIA CTT+ certification.

Exam CodesCTT+ Essentials – TK0-201CTT+ Classroom Performance Based Exam – TK0-202

CTT+ Virtual Classroom Performance Based Exam – TK0 -203
Exam DescriptionThe CTT+ certification exam tests in and out of class teaching expertise, including preparation, facilitation and physical or virtual classroom evaluation. To earn the certification, two exams must be passed. In addition to TK0-201, you’ll have to pass either TK0-202, or TK0-203.
Number of QuestionsMaximum of 95 questionsN/A
Type of Questions Multiple choice questions (single and multiple response), and drag and dropsN/A
Length of Test90 MinutesLength of instruction recording must be between 17 minutes and 22 minutes  
Passing Score655 (on a scale of 100-900)36 (on a scale of 48)
Recommended Experience6 to 12 months of trainer/instructor experience6 to 12 months of trainer/instructor experience
LanguagesEnglish, JapaneseRecordings can be submitted in English, German, Dutch, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Vietnamese or Thai

Registration for the CompTIA CTT+ exam can be carried out via the Pearson Vue website:

Candidates can optionally buy their exam voucher directly from the CompTIA website at