Does anyone know what technician jobs or careers there are in the electronics/electrical field that are not set in an industrial environment?
I'm looking to work as a computer repair technician. I'm looking to get a job as something like Best Buy's Geek Squad. I don't really know where to start or what I need to do. I know a lot about this stuff already but like what kind of degree would I need? Thanks!
I want to be a computer repair technician but my college offers crap. I mean they require you to take two semesters of English, and gym. They also require a semester of Math, and science and social science and art. Since when does this crap have to do with being a computer repair technician. I need a training school that I could do that cuts out all that and actually teaches you what you need to know to be a computer repair technician. Are there any?
I'm looking for a computer repair technician job somewhere in the memphis, tn area. I'm A+ Certified and I learn quickly. I thought this might be a good idea to ask on here. You never know.
Ive worked in the restaurant industry for over 5 years. Im tired of it and my dream has always been to be a Software Engineer or a Computer Repair Technician. How much schooling would I need? What classes would I take? How long will it take? How much does it cost? Ive searched online and have come up with nothing... Your help is very much appreciated! =o)
I would like to hear from other computer repair technicians. I have just started my own small business, mobile computer repairs for small businesses and home users, in rural Ireland, I am getting a lot of virus removal, spy-ware removal, formatting of operating systems type of work, I also intend on offering basic website design service. I would like advice on increasing my income in areas which have proved to increase income for other such small businesses. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I am leaning toward becoming a computer repair technician, and I am aware that they don't make as much money as some of the others listed, but I am curious - which field tends to have more jobs available?
I need help guys! I own a very tiny small business of construction machine repair. When I work as a repair technician, I always, always do my very best on my machine repairs to the fullest. There is alot of word of mouth, that I am consider a very good repair technician. I hardly have any complaints, about my machines breaking down ever again, once repaired by ME! My services prices are very fair and reasonable. I only have just  years in this small business of mine. I find it, very disturbing at times, that some people [customers] complain or b***h about my pricing. I know I have competition out there, but no one does a superior quality job then me. Also my small business is somewhat slow. Sometimes, I worried about this, slowness, especially when some people complain about my repair service prices. Should I ignore customer complainers and not worried about people like that?? I am just going to move forward with my small business, even thru the slowest periods.
Basically i have been invited for an interview for a mobile repairs technician job i was just wondering if this is something i will be able to do as im colour blind between red and green. i love tinkering with mobiles and other tech so im really hoping this wont be the case i will be pretty disappointed if im turned down another job because of this
thanx in advance
Looking at going to school for an auto collison repair technician at a tech school. Just wondering if I would have to buy my own tools for school and if I would have ti buy my own tools for a future job. And if I do what kind
I am an auxilliary nurse. But i'm on minimum wadge. I want to better myself but don't fancy training to be a staff nurse. It has taken me just over a year to decide that computers are an intrest that i'd consider as an option of moving into. I have been doing some reserch into what the computer technicians job entails. And so far like what I see. But I was wondering if I could get an apprentiship.
I am looking for an on the job training opportunity because I don't want to go to college for the training. I have built my own computer before, and I am familiar with it. However, my knowledge is average.
I just want to do this to save money for criminology and to turn my hobby into a job.
I'm starting a job as a repair technician and I feel really intimidated by the work. I know next to nothing about setting up networks and my hardware knowledge needs a brush-up. Can you recommend any good computer science websites that will help to refresh my memory and teach me? Thanks for the help.
My husband wants to start college to get a career in automotive body repair but would like to specialize in motorcycles; body work, engines, etc.
Is there a specific course for this in Ontario or does he just take "Automotive Body&Repair/service technician" and branch out after that?
I would travel towards the direction of the sun and never stop. Or I would channel my name out for aliens to see it.
How about what job would you take in outer space? A repair technician for satellites?
I have a background in the construction/skilled trades. I worked for a heating and air conditioning company for five years, a temp employee for AT&T for about 5 months(Installation & repair technician), and was a plumbing specailist for two major home improvement stores. This is the first year since high school I've not had a job, and I hate sitting aroung at home.
I've been looking at the online courses provided by Penn Foster and want to study either aplliance repair or hvac technician, maybe both. I understand there are certifications needed after completing these classes but still want to know my chances on getting a job after I'm done. Also if anyone knows some additional training or some vital certifications I can look into, I would greatly appreciate you sharing with me. Thanks!
I would like to learn how to repair monitors and Im wondering if there is any nationally recognized certificates?
Hi folks, I am a skilled mobile auto technician. No jobs these days making life uneasy. Is there any known source searching for mobile auto service where I can put an advert? I only know of craigslist but are there any others I could try?
Please share what you know.
I'm in college now and going for a business management degree but recently I've taken a liking to PC repair and have been taking some electives on it. The only job I can think of to get some experience under my belt is with Best Buy's Geek Squad but even they require 6 months experience. I'm just looking to get some experience.
Does anyone know of any other jobs or companies that I can look into in order to get into this career field?