HI-TECH TROUBLESHOOTER COMPUTER REPAIR COURSE OPENS MANY DOORS
THERE can be few skill sets today more sought after than to be able to analyse and repair computer systems and the hardware which drives them.
A certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repairs at TAFE SWSi will provide an avid computer user with a recognised and workable qualification.
Graduates acquire competencies to select components and assemble computers to a specification.
On completion they carry out routine hardware repairs on computers by replacing components.
But software issues are more usually encountered and the course teaches students to diagnose and carry out repairs on network faults in LAN and WAN home networking.
Student are introduced to electrical principles and systems and the tools required and used in electronics industries.
This includes learning how to solder, building a power supply tester, how to build a computer from parts and how to make network and communications cables (BNC and RJ45).
On a more consumerbased level, students are taught to connect to the internet using a variety of media and how to troubleshoot connection problems.
It’s geared for inquisitive types who are determined and willing to learn.