I just need to complete an A+ course???
Is that it?
How old are you? Are you doing grade 12 or something?
There's no regulations or licenses required. You can simply advertise yourself as a PC Tech and off you go.
Unfortunately, (because it's so easy to get started) - just about anyone can call himself an IT Specialist and screw alot of people over who loses any and all trust in the industry.
Last edited by Conack; 13-04-2010 at 03:55 PM.
A+ is your starter... Got to be a problem solver though.
Best place to get experiance in techy work is Retail Computer stores.... sucks but experiance is what counts.
Very very (very) competitive market... I started off with friends and family (for free) and grew the business by word of mouth...
a friend of mine started with a+, and worked part time at IC and he gained a lot on the job training to go with all the a+ knowledge...so i reckon it's a good start, and then as time goes on, do some more courses
Me fail English? That's unpossible.
you have to know the 5 "D"s of dodgeball;..dodge;.duck..dip;..dive and dodge
Well you could always follow Postman Pot around
What a horrible job... No pooky rather find yourself a real honest to goodness career.
You will bruise him on the head, and he will bruise you on the heel.
MSI notebook guy
N+ and then do your CCNA.
But you have to do your comptia certification before December 2010!!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network%2B#Network.2BCurrent certificate holders will still have valid certs for life, but any new certifications earned after December 31st, 2010 will expire every three years.
Pooky unless you plan on going into a high paying IT job find another path dude.
Pc tech's are a dime a dozen and get paid kuk dude.