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Tips on Finding Computer Training Classes
Finding a good computer training class that meets all your needs can be difficult. Use these tips to help choose the class that is right for you:

Tip #1: Assess your computer skills before looking for a class.
You know yourself better than anybody. Before you start looking for classes, ask yourself how comfortable you are using a computer. Have you ever used one before? Have you used basic software programs, such as word processors or digital media? If you have no computer literacy at all, start off with the basic classes so you won't get lost. Those who work with computers and want more information on using some software programs should look into intermediate or advanced classes.

Tip #2: Ask your friends for their recommendations.
Computer training classes are operated everywhere, from private companies to full-scale training courses taught at universities. Before selecting a class, see if any of your friends have been in your situation. Use their advice to help you narrow down the field.

Tip #3: Don't be afraid to ask questions before signing up.
Make sure that this computer training class will meet your needs before you spend money. For example, say you want to learn how to edit digital photos or videos you've taken. Read the course description to see if they cover this topic. If the course description doesn't mention it, call the company or university and ask. Oftentimes, representatives will provide you with the information you are looking for, even recommending the exact class that you need to take.

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Traveling Techs Write review for this local business
(240) 350-8107  
Your source for Washington computer repair. Top quality Washington computer service repair company provides computer service repair, computer training, laptop, and tutoring. Consulting services also available.
Multivision Inc Write review for this local business
10565 Fairfax Blvd. # 301, Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 225-1000  
One of the fastest growing IT solutions provider and a recognized authority in innovative IT training programs. We offer intensive free computer training classes and software training programs.
Parsian Computer Technology Write review for this local business
10687 Spotsylvania Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22408
(540) 834-4656  
Washington computer training to help you learn basic computer user to advanced programs. Let our Washington computer training programs help you.
Technical Learing Centers Write review for this local business
1720 1st St NW, Washington, DC 20001
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Microtek Computer Labs Write review for this local business
1101 Vermont Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
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1325 G St NW Ste 1020, Washington, DC 20005
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Strayer University Write review for this local business
1133 15th St NW Ste 200, Washington, DC 20005
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The Computer Training Center Write review for this local business
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Future Media Concepts Write review for this local business
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Computer Consultants Corp Write review for this local business
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Technical Learing Centers Write review for this local business
1001 Connecticut Ave NW Ste 435, Washington, DC 20036
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1200 18th Street, NW, Ste 700, Washington, DC 20036
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First Time Computers Write review for this local business
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Career Action Plan Group Inc Write review for this local business
910 3rd St NE, Washington, DC 20002
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The Computing Technology Industry Association Inc Write review for this local business
515 2nd St NE, Washington, DC 20002
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Global Management Systems Write review for this local business
2201 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007
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Accounting & Computer Solution Inc Write review for this local business
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Joint Educational Facilities Write review for this local business
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Paradise At Parkside Computer Learning Center Write review for this local business
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Jedec Solid State Technology Association Write review for this local business
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One of the earliest uses of the “electromagnetic computer," as it was known, was breaking military code. Breaking into a career in computers requires extensive education and up to date training. Before embarking on a course of study in this ever-growing field of science, there are a few questions one should ask.

  • How long are computer classes?
    This depends on the type of training you would like to receive. The more intense the subject, the more computer science education you need. An introductory course can be one day and some certification programs can be up to four months.

  • What kind of certification do I need?
    Having the paperwork means career security and earning potential. After basic training, you can specialize in a specific field of study. After a PC Technician course, you can get A+ certification. Upon completing a Medical Billing and Coding course, you can pursue a “Biller and Coder Specialist” certificate.

  • Should I take an online training course?
    Online training allows you to work at your own pace and offers more flexibility as well as convenience. Furthermore, this type of study allows students to receive instruction in a more specialized focus. Online training, or e-learning, also allows businesses to train several employees simultaneously.

  • Will it be easy to begin my career as a computer technician?
    Computer technicians are always in demand. Virtually every field of industry needs people to set up and maintain their computer networks.

  • Why is coding important?
    Coding us important because it is the fundamental language of computers. In an HTML class, for example, you learn the particular code that allows you to view this website.


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