|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Time|
|CRT||Computer Repair Technician (A+ Prep)||Jose Alvarado||8:00AM – 2:00PM|
The student will learn the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience needed to obtain an entry-level position in the Computer Repair Field. The Program begins with Introduction to basic Computer Skills that teaches how to operate both Windows and Mac Operating System. The student will then get introduced to installing operating systems, drivers, and software.
The next section of the course is the comprehension of the Motherboard, Buses, BIOS, Memory and ATA/IDE Interface. Knowing how Storage plays an important part of repair. Student will then get experience with Video and Audio hardware, External I/O interfaces and Input devices. In the next section student will learn how to set up Internet devices, connection and network areas. The last section where student learn about computer repair is how to upgrade the computer. For the conclusion of the course students will learn how to find and prepare for employment through the Career Development lesson.
The program objective of the course is to provide the student with the entire necessary classroom, practical and laboratory training to meet the minimum requirements to begin employment at a professional level.
Modules of Instruction
|CCOBS||101||Computer Introduction (Windows)|
|CRT||102.00||PC Components & Processor|
|CRT||103.00||Motherboards, BIOS. Memory & ATA|
|CRT||105.00||Hardware, External I/O & Input Devices|
|CRT||106.00||Internet and Network|
|CRT||107.00||Power, Upgrading & Maintenance|