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Computer Technician Course

BY: PAGE ADMIN    UNDER Professional courses   1 January 2017

Our Computer Technician training course teach students to understand the various components of a computer's hardware, so they can work as computer technicians to repair, build, or maintain computers.

Our Computer Technician training can give students the foundation they'll need to enter the field of computer hardware repair and maintenance.

 

Application of the computer Technician Course

Since PC hardware training courses are usually meant to prepare students directly for careers as computer technicians, all of the skills they acquire in these courses can be directly applicable to their future careers.

Hardware-related challenges, troubleshooting and repair techniques will be similar to the ones they'll encounter on the job, if they choose to become technicians. However, these skills can also be useful in other careers, should students choose not to follow the technician route.

 

Who should do this course?

Technicians and/or students who wants to gain solid grounds breaking technical knowledge in computer hardware. Students who wants to become professional computer technicians etc.

 

Module Descriptions

This module covers topics such as motherboards, CPUs, memory, expansion cards, hard drives, and removable media. The student will be able to install and remove these components to and from a computer. Student should be able to make appropriate choices when purchasing equipment for a given type of user. Formal classes will emphasise the key elements of a computer system and provide opportunities for interactive discussion on some of the important issues concerning computer systems.

 

Course Modules

Hardware basics - PC concepts, protection and safety, maintenance, BIOS, system resources.

System Components - Power supplies, processors, motherboards, memory.

Expansion Slots - Expansion buses and slots, for example: AGP, PCI, PCIE, and cards.

Peripheral Devices - Serial, parallel, USB, and devices, for example: printers.

Storage Devices - Floppy, PATA, SATA, optical media, Flash devices.