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Which computer course is best recommended today ???


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Okay thanks for the comments

As it seems to be a technician course can help

Has anyone here worked in the past as a technician Which can describe what a technician's schedule looks like in a laboratory

How many computers is a facility per day? How much pressure does a job have? Is it possible to define it as a relaxed job?

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As it seems to be a technician course can help

I repeat, a course will not help you. The only ones that will help them are those who pocket their money on the course (a real gold mine, believe me).

I used to be in the 700 "Maintenance of computers and communications networks" course for hours on behalf of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor (which they say should cost 20K), because it cost me nothing and also paid income support for the period of study. Nevertheless, even though I did not pay and received money, I did not learn anything new there, nor did it help me get hired (my current job did not bother to ask if I had any course or certificate).

Others in the same course who came without prior knowledge, left the course at best knowing how to operate a computer without help, not to mention at all about the ability to fix problems or even put together a computer alone. Even those who passed the test successfully and left with a diploma remained very far from being able to work as a technician somewhere.

Has anyone here worked in the past as a technician Which can describe what a technician's schedule looks like in a laboratory

How many computers is a facility per day? How much pressure does a job have? Is it possible to define it as a relaxed job?

It is impossible to answer this question, because it completely depends on the workplace. If you use your cashier's metaphor, imagine a cashier in a busy supermarket, who has to serve long lines of impatient customers with full carts, as opposed to a cashier in a small empty grocery store who once sees a customer with a loaf of bread and milk. The profession is exactly the same profession. But would you call their work "just as relaxed"?

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Thanks

From what comes out that way

No course really determines or determines whether you are Real or good software checker

Each course in itself can be learned via the Internet or books, not necessarily computers Or accounting

It is well understood that the whole purpose of the courses is to facilitate the way of learning : Cheesy:

But my question is what is best for my test is to take a technician course And networks or go to work at a gas station or as a warehouseer ???

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To study a degree in a field that interests you even if you are told that it is a lucrative field.

Courses do not really help.

I once went to see a computer technician course: I asked to see the material, it turns out that everything that is taught there for 7000 NIS I already know from reading the Internet and self-experience in repairing my computers and friends.

I know someone who went to study computers and networks, he finished two years and received a diploma but in practice he does not know how to do anything. This course is completely unnecessary.

I suggest you start working on all sorts of jobs until you find the place and profession you love.

Do you have experience in the job market / where did you work?

How did you reach the desire to learn "computers"?

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No course really determines or determines whether you are Real or good software checker

Beauty, at least that you understand. We will continue:

Each course in itself can be learned via the Internet or books, not necessarily computers Or accounting

Here you've gone too far. Different professions have different requirements. I guess you know that you can not even be a family doctor without a full university / college course (7 years or so) + internship.

It is well understood that the whole purpose of the courses is to facilitate the way of learning : Cheesy:

Not really, especially in this area of - In a simple course you are pushed to pass a test, which is not really what you need. On the contrary, because of the type of work you have to train as much as possible in self-study, reaching solutions alone, etc., and things that the course can not give, even bothers, because it encourages you to remember material that push you not to reach solutions and knowledge alone.

And even for the theoretical material that is being taught in the course, the learning is not very effective because it is a group, which means that the faster the perception is going to get bored while repeating the material for the weaker ones, and the difficulties of perception will still be difficult when they are delayed because the material has to be sufficient. Only if the course is "one-on-one" can one achieve some real advantage over self-learning.

So what is the real purpose of these courses? To make easy money at the expense of innocent people who believe that the course will help them in something. It's such a quick and easy money that it's no surprise that new courses come up in the style of "how to make money on eBay" and so on, that the only person who makes money from them is the course operators.

But my question is what is best for my test is to take a technician course And networks or go to work at a gas station or as a warehouseer ???

Of these two options, you will obviously choose the second option. What do you prefer, throw time and money at nothing or take advantage of the same time to make money?

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I do not have the ability to study a degree, and that's something I do not want

I'm not looking for work in the sun or in the rain or have to stand on my feet from 9 to 5

But to sit on a chair in the office and do something that something I'm looking for : Cheesy:

What would you recommend?

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Work in a government office. I would recommend you to be a sound technician at the IBA, but unfortunately you are going to close them.

And seriously, if there was an easy job in the office that anyone could get into with almost zero effort and no patronage, do you think you'd see someone working in the factory?

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Can I start learning a course in mcse or mcsa straight, and give up the technician course And chains, to save on expenses

Because I see there are colleges that it's their requirements, can I turn to college and start straight off the mcse course ??

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I'm grateful for the help, but I'm asking to understand I have not done any course yet, I'm trying to see but I can start a career in the field, what is the right starting point in 2014 to start it ???

Is it possible to do a management course? Without doing a technician's course ??

Please refer to the subject itself ;)

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Barak You have to understand that in order to be a computer technician, a manager Or any other profession. One course is not enough, and you will not leave a course like that, with enough tools to be hired.

You do not need any course. But will simply learn for several years in a thorough and profound manner, and only then will you have a chance to work in the field.

And take into account that the field of computers is always evolving and there are always new technologies so that after that will need to continue learning, you can not rest on the laurels otherwise will be out of date.

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