5 Tips for Reviewing Computer Repair Training

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Computer Repair Training

When you begin to check out computer industry careers, one thing shines. Acquiring the correct computer repair training can lead to a fulfilling career. Besides a respectable income, you get the satisfaction of helping other people.

There are many schools that offer computer repair training. The type of school or training method isn't always reliable. Finding a school that provides a curriculum and tools you need to succeed can be a difficult task. This is a crucial step in boosting your computing career. So don't ignore the importance of reviewing your choices!

#1 Certification and Accreditation of the School

Computer Repair Training Certification
Computer Repair Training Certification

Starting the review, you need to look for the schools' certification and accreditation. There are many organizations that will issue certifications and accreditations. They recognize institutions that provide quality instruction in computer repair training. You need to be aware of these organizations before looking for your school.

For computers and software, CompTIA is an authoritative, and acknowledged organization. Although Microsoft, Dell, and HP all have their own certifications and accreditation programs. In the networking field, CompTIA again is a recognized name. But, Cisco is the leading certification.

#2 Instructor Certification

Another important consideration is the certification of the instructors. Determine if they certified and industry accepted instructors.

#3 Hands-on Training

Hands-on Training

You need to make sure that the school is offering hands-on training for your classes. This is necessary to get the full picture, particularly with the hardware, so that you will be able to get used to it. You don't want to get out in the field only to realize that you've no idea what you're looking at.

#4 Look for Internships

Look for Internships

Some computer repair training schools also provide internships with local service providers. This not only provides hands-on training with equipment but learning customer service skills. Many technicians enter the repair industry because of their investigative skills and troubleshooting. Yet, there is still a critical aspect of customer service.

#5 Your Computer Repair Training Certifications and Vouchers

Certifications and Vouchers
Certifications and Vouchers

The final check when reviewing a school is if it will provide for your certification. A training certificate that shows you have completed training is better than nothing. You can add the training to your resume, even if you don't have the certification. Yet, it may not carry the same weight as industry certifications we mentioned above.

Some schools provide exam vouchers. The voucher is a coupon code that gives a reduced rate or lets you take the exam for free. Whether CompTIA, Microsoft, or Cisco, good computer repair training schools provide a voucher.

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My tip would be to pick up a machine that's on its way out and take it apart, then put it back together :) Bonus marks if it still works.

The steempress widget looks quite nice I think :)

I wonder if they could include Tribe tokens (like STEM) as part of the payout $?

Tribes are not included. And we don't really plan to add them with smts coming up.

score! ;D

It looks like a nice addition and hopefully works as a funnel. out of curiosity, are you tracking click-throughs? it might be a nice additional SMT for those who gather traffic and unique IPs

Fair enough. A solid reason to move a Tribe token over to an SMT.

And on the website you linked my reply looks like this :(

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That makes sense, thanks :)

Thanks for sharing. It is also messing up the website from which it was posted from. Maybe @steempress has an answer.

@howo? You know anything about this?

Could you describe "messing up the website" ? Which part ? The banner ?

T for asking. I wasn't very clear on that.

It says "Posted from ITSM Rhino..." at the beginning of the footer text. But the Website is Computer Training Know How.

ITSM Rhino is another website of mine.

I checked the settings in both sites and they both correctly identify the name in the settings.

Mmmh it's because we don't support the use case where two blogs are posting to the same steem account.

You can edit the footer to your steem post with no repercussions to wordpress though don't worry about that.

Ok, thank you.

Did you not post it from here? https://computertrainingknowhow.net/5-tips-for-reviewing-computer-repair-training/

I'm not really that up on the steempress thing but i like how it's embedded on that site.

Yes, but it says "Posted from ITSM Rhino.." at the beginning. But the Websiute is Computer Training Know How.

ITSM Rhino is another website of mine.

I checked the settings in both sites and they both correctly identify the name in the settings.