Computer Technician
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  • Train in 3 months at your pace
  • Prepare to earn average salaries of $52,000/yr
  • All for only $1,999
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CompTIA A+ Certification for Computer Technician

Earn Your CompTIA A+ Credential for Free!

The Career Step Computer Technician program is specifically designed to prepare you to earn your CompTIA A+ credential and start working right away. Upon graduation, you'll be prepared to sit for the CompTIA A+ exams offered by the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) and earn your computer technician certificate. This credentials is a great way to prove your expertise as a certified computer repair technician to employers and start your career off on the right foot.

And we put our money where our mouth is! As a Career Step student, you will receive two free exam vouchers upon graduation (a $360 total value). Our goal is to make it even easier for you to earn your credentials and start working right away.

Choose Career Step for training that will make sure you're prepared for certification AND pay for you to take the exams!

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