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How do you progress to the next job in computer technicians? (Consult with you)


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For years I have been shuffling around and stuck in a routine and familiar in the field of computer repairs and I am interested in advancing, both in terms of salary and position. Somewhere in 2008 I did a very basic course of technician , I have no knowledge of communication networks and almost every second ad on AllJobs requires knowledge of it. So what's the next step? Do I need to take a networking course or will there be places that will take me even though I do not have the necessary knowledge?



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Places that will take you as a technician Just hard to find, you should expand your horizons a bit to the field of servers and networks.

MCSA Course -

CCNA course

Course implements cyber protection.

Search everyone on Google to see what he gives and who teaches him. 


Basically it's all things you can find free or almost free online courses with an emphasis on being in English.

Practically, anyone who is able to find and tackle these courses through the web should not ask such a question in the forum.


So a brief visit for the purpose of counseling and adjustment at John Bryce College or Hacker Hugh or something closer to you will promote you more than a forum post.




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