Would you like to understanding the technical aspects of computer use and servicing better?
Whatever your goal, the Computer Servicing I course is a great way to get started. With an increasing number of computers used in both the home and workplace, there is a significant and ever growing demand for people to install, maintain and repair both hardware and software. While many computer courses teach programming, surprisingly few provide the type of training needed to be a competent and effective computer technician.
Lifestyle Learning Direct's Computer Servicing I course teaches you a broad and general understanding of repair and maintenance procedures that can be used at work or home, which provides a good starting point for anyone seeking a career in computer servicing. Plus, as your course is delivered by distance education, there are no timetables to adhere to so your study can fit around your current lifestyle.
The emphasis is on IBM clone personal computers, as these are the most popular systems used in business today, but the course is relevant to all types of PCs.
Key areas of learning - Computer Servicing I course * The computer workshop * Computer and workshop safety * Hardware components * Different systems and basic disassembly * Peripherals * System assembly * Installation of software * Computer maintenance - an introduction * Troubleshooting - an introduction We thank our affiliate ACS for supplying the content for this course.