Computer repair Classes in Los Angeles

CULVER CITY, Calif. - Aug. 27, 2014 - PRLog -- A skill equals a job.

The ability to earn a living is based upon acquisition of a particular skill, or a set of skills. In the field of information technology, the ability to fix or repair a computer is essential for those who want to enter the field of information technology. A large number of technology professionals who work in our profession started as computer repair technicians. Fixing a computer is an excellent entry point into this profession. College students who are looking for a job to help them while they are in school find the computer repair technician certification to be an excellent tool to earn a living. This article will describe a solid path, which you can take to acquire the skills and certification to be considered for a position as a computer repair technician.

Companies who want to hire someone to repair their computer look for candidates who have the CompTia A+ certification. The A+ offered by CompTia consists of two exams: the first consisting of computer hardware and the second one is working with operating systems.
When a student passes both exams: hardware and operating systems the A+ certificate from CompTia is granted.

The A+ certification tells a future employer that a candidate is qualified to repair and maintain computers manufactured by any vender.

ABCO Technology, a vocational school located in Los Angeles offers classes for the CompTia A+ certification 12 months out of the year. Classes are offered during the evenings and on weekends. All classes are instructor lead with full hands-on instruction. ABCO Technology has a passing rate for both CompTIA exams of 90% of all students passing the exam on their first attempt.

Please call ABCO Technology at (310) 216-3067 Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 6PM to obtain additional information. You can email us at:

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