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Help and advice regarding pc technicians and related fields


idanw

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Peace,

I need advice and help on the subject of studies.

I am looking for a job, but at the moment I want to specialize in a certain field.

And I'm debating about computer technicians.

I know that a computer technician compiles and repairs computers, fixes hardware / software problems, backup / restore editor, installs operating systems,

And that's stuff I already know (I started messing with computer repair from the age of 15).

I did some research about places to learn PC technicians (because today everywhere without a diploma, or minimum experience from the army, do not get a job)

And I fired at John Bryce, and I saw a few posts in the forum saying that it was not to study there. (And not at HackerU)

And people there recommended that it would be better to go and do a degree instead, which is more than just a technician's certificate.

I want to know, why is not it worthwhile to study there?

And as for computer technicians, I want to know:

What kinds of documents are there, and what should I learn? (Based on the fact that I have no prior military experience in the field, or any degree)

And where is it really worth learning? (And also where the certificate is considered in the labor market)

And are there any other professions you know about in the field of computers or computers that can suit me?

(And I'm not looking to work as a programmer, or as a computer engineer)

I would also appreciate it if you could tell me about your experience here (for those who studied or worked in the field)

Thank you very much in advance, :)

Idan.

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Yes. Ivory or KSP do not sit experts people to say the least. The last I believe them are their "understanding" sellers who know how to throw away concepts like the best and most reliable ASUS and push you i5-4590 together with a tablet Series and 1866MHZ memories

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Stationary as stationary, really there is no need for a certificate, but I would recommend a computer repair course And tablets, it's a more interesting area and generally better pay.

Basic stuff cumin replacement screen, keyboard, fan cleaning and replacing the refrigerated ointment of the laptop, you can also study alone, I have accumulated good experience so, but there are more serious things,

Although the labs that are larger than my experience simply exchange parts, do not deal with wars, etc., and that's a shame

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Is that really a serious question?

Yes, I'm serious. I have not worked before this name, so I do not know what their requirements are.

Stationary as stationary, really there is no need for a certificate, but I would recommend a computer repair course And tablets, it's a more interesting area and generally better pay.

Basic stuff cumin replacement screen, keyboard, fan cleaning and replacing the refrigerated ointment of the laptop, you can also study alone, I have accumulated good experience so, but there are more serious things,

Although the labs that are larger than my experience simply exchange parts, do not deal with wars, etc., and that's a shame

Thank you for the advice, it sounds interesting to me.

Can you recommend a good place to take a course like that?

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take Garbage that someone does not need and will begin to dismantle. That's how we all learned. I have computers in my spare time that I dismantled until the last screw, it was really fun:)

Lee too went out to dismantle the laptop My old DV4000.

And like 11010010110, I can learn from YouTube,

But also on computers I know how to change , CPU, Hardex, etc.

From the point of view of computer knowledge, I feel that I know and I will be able to manage with mobile and stationary, and with I'll probably manage.

It's not that I did not get rid of all sorts of devices and other electronic things, I understand at a basic level in electronics (but I do not have a certificate)

The reason I opened this subject is because I want to issue a certificate , So I can work as a computer technician

And all I'm trying to understand is whether it's worth taking out such a document, because from what I have read on other subjects that have been raised here,

People recommended not to go to these places, for a number of reasons I have already detailed

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Lee too went out to dismantle the laptop My old DV4000.

And a lot of good old computers ;)

And like 11010010110, I can learn from YouTube,

But also on computers I know how to change , CPU, Hardex, etc.

From the point of view of computer knowledge, I feel that I know and I will be able to manage with mobile and stationary, and with I'll probably manage.

It's not that I did not get rid of all sorts of devices and other electronic things, I understand at a basic level in electronics (but I do not have a certificate)

The reason I opened this subject is because I want to issue a certificate , So I can work as a computer technician

And all I'm trying to understand is whether it's worth taking out such a document, because from what I have read on other subjects that have been raised here,

People recommended not to go to these places, for a number of reasons I have already detailed

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Yes, so that's the point, and that's why I ask, it's to get such a certificate at all,

If I already know a lot about computers, but I do not have a professional certificate, and I want to deal with it.

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When I meant that I wanted to work, I meant that I wanted to work as a technician.

It's not that I have a computer store or an independent business that I can start doing tomorrow.

I want to work in a computer store as I mentioned, but they'll probably want me to have a certificate of it.

I'll give you an example, a friend of mine also has knowledge of repairing phones, he wanted to work in a repair lab in some shop,

And they asked him if he had a certificate, he told them he did not have it, and they did not accept it.

You see, it is difficult to get hired to work as a technician without a certificate in the business without having no contacts there.

Where you do not know you want a certificate, and it's at 90% of places like this.

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