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Computer Training Articles
Computer Consultant - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Do you Need Training to Become a Computer Consultant? Absolutely. Not only will you need training, but you'll also need constant training. Read More...

Computer Hardware Specs Made Simple
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Home computers are nearly indispensable in America. Savvy consumers save money and time by knowing their computer hardware specs, so the new computer meets their needs. Read More...

Computer Languages and Applications
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Deciding on the right computer language for a particular application will be a key factor determining the success or failure of a project - and the development time. Read More...

PC Support - Computer Training for IT Technicians

PC Support If you are looking for a career as an IT technician, then you could do well by starting your career in PC support. The proliferation of small networked installations of business computers means that there are increasingly more people who use computers who have no technical knowledge, and need to find technical support.

PC Support Education

With this increased demand for trained technical support, many institutions are offering courses that are helpful in this area. You may decide to get yourself some good academic background, and study for a two year or even a four year Bachelor's degree, so that you understand the principles of the technologies involved in PCs, and you have the knowledge to be able to update yourself as the technologies develop. You can often take certification programs during this education, making sure that you have plenty of experience of the practical issues involved in PC support.

PC Support Training

Other people decide that they would like to take a purely practical approach to PC support training, and find a course that is hands-on, giving them the skills and techniques they need to be able to deal with everyday problems of PC support. They will learn how to install upgrade and support hardware, install, maintain and troubleshoot systems and applications software. They will learn how to maintain data integrity, and basic principles of computer security. Many courses also cover networking and connection to the Internet, using dial-up and broadband connections. Whichever approach you decide to take to PC support training, you are preparing yourself for a career that is likely to sustain you for some years to come, and that you can enjoy and benefit from in the foreseeable future.

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