PC Systems and Networking Fundamentals

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About the course

This is the foundation course for those wishing to build confidence in dealing with PC components and networks, or start their career in IT Support. It is a practical course that gives an opportunity to build, diagnose and rectify basic hardware/software faults in a supported and safe environment. It provides a framework to assist in analysing a users needs in order to specify an appropriate system  whilst raising awareness of manufacturing and purchasing compatibility issues. 

Entry Requirements

You need an interest in IT servicing & repairs or the desire to continue onto recognised vendor qualifications.

What will I do on this course?

Through theory and practical activities you will develop your understanding of the PC and its operation. Typical topics covered include:

  • General microprocessor principles
  • PC configurations and system components
  • Assembling and testing a PC
  • Demonstration of fault finding tools
  • Introduction to operating systems and the BOOT process
  • Principles of storage devices & interfaces
  • Home & small office networking
  • Introduction to laptop repair
  • Troubleshooting techniques
Who is it for?

This course is for those who want to build, maintain and rectify faults with PC equipment and basic networks. It is suitable for:

  • Individuals wishing to enter the PC Servicing and Networking industry.
  • Entry level PC Technicians
  • Home PC Users.
  • Enthusiastic beginners
How to apply

To enrol please call 0117 312 5000

How Is this course assessed?

You will sit a multiple choice test at the end.

What could I do next?

You can progress on to the Comptia A+ course, then onto either the Cisco CCNA or onto the MicrosoftCertified Solutions Associate Windows 8.

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How old will you be when the course starts?

16-18 19+
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