I am studying music production now. How do I gain experience in the video aspect so that when I graduate, I am qualified for an AV technician job?
How does one get those types of jobs and which schooling should one take?
I'm currently training as an avionics technician in the british army. i would like to hear from any body who may have done a similar job in the forces and find out what they are doing now as a civilian.
I'm wondering if they simply install everyday antivirus software, scan, then remove them, or if they have specific software designed for this (ie software targeted at technicians).
If so, I'd like to know the name of the software if possible! :)
I already know that bestbuy/geeksquad has their own software that runs a bunch of free antivirus/spyware apps, I'm wondering about some of the other retailers, or the average computer shops.
I know they are both in the computer field but what are the job descriptions for both? I'm trying to get a head start on where I will sign my contract for when I go to Meps. I want to work on repairing electronics and i'd prefer to work on computers but depending on what they do I havent decided which one i'd rather join
I am a technical analyst currently working for a company with 150 computers. I am in charge of all maintenance, repairs, upgrades etc. But I am also in charge of the dept i.e. budget, purchasing, administrating, researching, etc. I'm also in charge of the phone system, cell phones, security systems etc. I am making a business case, stating that we need to hire a 2nd IT person. In your opinion, what is a good ratio for one IT person and the number of pc's. example one IT technician can be in charge of 60 computers etc. thanks!
I really enjoy working around home entertainment electronics. However my knowledge is random, tit-bits, basically hear-say type. Where can I get formal training in home audio-video? I would "love" to be able to take up a part time job as a home theatre installer or a sales-person or a support technician in a specialized audio-video store. (Actually I can not imagine any fancy more exciting than being in the middle of high-end AV equipment and getting paid for it!) Where can I start?
Is this an avionics mechanic? I can't find a lot of info on this.
I took flying lessons, about 20 hours, but never finished. I don't think it's something I would pursue as a career anymore, but I just love planes. I want to work on them so I was thinking of going to a trade school to be certified for this.
I scored a 59 overall on my ASVAB, but I know that the score gets broken down into categories. I got a 51 in the area involving intelligence. Does anyone know how high I need in that area to be an IS?
ITurned on the heat and it wouldnt work. It started working about 10 minutes later and the smell has gone away. Not sure is this all related to the heat, furnace. Or is there something electrical going on to? The smell is gone and the heat is working now? The belt is getting old. and we've known that it might be going, but if the belt stopped working for awhile, would it still be working now? Help? My friend says see if it does it again. Or should i just call a heating specialist?
Aviation Electronics Technician. It seems like a pretty awesome job from what I read. Can anyone tell me more about it? What kind of job can it lead to after the Navy? What are the conditions of the job? Etc.
I am by degree an electrical engineer. I have a strong love for the Home audio videoo world. I am also very knowledgeable on the subject.
I want to find a career in this field. I have been out of school for a few years and happily employed, but I know I will never truly be happy unless i figure out how to help people enjoy the technology that is available to them.
Anyone have any similar stories that found their way from a typical engineering job into this field? Any suggestions on ways to do this?
I have reviewed my contract and I noticed that the AV field can be split up into AT and AE. But overall, AV consits of Aviation Electronic, Electrical and Computer systems technicians. I just wanted some info on which is more exciting, which has better job opportunities after the Navy, and which requires you to be more qualified than the other.
I need a career ASAP, because my family is struggling and I cannot afford to stay at my minimum wage job, I'm enrolling in classes and on the roster of available classes i saw Computer programing as well as IT training for building/Fixing computers, After I graduate and and intern and get certified what careers are available and where can I find them?
6312 --Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Radar Systems Technician, AV-8 and 6313 --Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Radar Systems Technician, EA-6
Wich MOS is better? Are they the same? Wich should i choose?
What are your personal opinions on this debate? In my experience, they do. A LOT.
I'm going to join the navy and i want to know what job would be open to a person like me.
I want to be on an aircraft carrier
I want to be able to be on deck a lot
I like mechanics and engineering
i like to fix things
I'm a Junior in High School and I will be taking a class on Technical Theatre next year...right now I'm not too sure on what I'm going to do after high school...so I was wondering if there is anyone out there who knows someone or has some experience in this field? If so please help me? I'm a hands on type of guy...and really good with electronics soo... if there is someone out there please give me an honest answer! Thanks for the help!
A) What are the requirements for getting into the military?
B) What is the minimum age to join?
C) What branches of the military can I work in?
D) Can you list some other jobs besides a soldier in the military?