Certification Exam Prep Training Added To Basic Laser Printer Training Lineup At My Tech Guru

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Dallas based My Tech Guru adds certification exam prep training to supplement their popular Basic Laser Printer Repair & Maintenance Training. The new courses are available online, self paced CD, and instructor-led.

when sitting in front of a computer without the instructor interaction. Others nearly fall asleep in a classroom, but thrive with online or self paced learning formats.

My Tech Guru announced the launch of three new printer training courses that help prepare printer technicians for vendor-neutral CompTIA certification. To accommodate a variety of learning styles all of the new courses are available in three delivery formats; online, self paced CD, and instructor-led. This new certification exam prep training provides the in-depth fundamentals needed for a newcomer to the document imaging industry, and is highly sufficient for the industry expert wanting to become certified.

A technician that becomes certified has verified their professional ability relating to installation and support of network attached digital office equipment. This proof shows employers and clients that the technician has the knowledge needed to service equipment correctly. The My Tech Guru exam prep materials are CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC), which certifies that the training content maps to the actual exam. My Tech Guru is partnered with a CompTIA Learning Alliance (CLA) partner for the delivery of the exam prep training.

The new exam prep printer training lineup at My Tech Guru is vendor-neutral, meaning that the core technologies that are taught apply to any manufacturer. Manufacturers may make components that look a little different from each other and they may call those components different names, but the core functionality is essentially the same. "When you know what makes the printing equipment do what it does, that knowledge will empower you to work with nearly any vendor's equipment. This is far more valuable than being certified with a single vendor. Think about it. Perhaps your company uses all HP equipment, so you get HP certified. What happens if an executive decides to switch to Lexmark or Xerox equipment? What then?" explained Brad Barton, founder and owner of My Tech Guru. "Do you spend hundreds or thousands more to try to keep up with the varied equipment that your company deploys? If you are an independent technician, are you going to turn down work because the equipment is made by Xerox and you are only certified in Lexmark?" Vendor-neutral training is the foundation that a technician will need to succeed in the document imaging industry.

My Tech Guru offers three training delivery formats "because different people learn in different ways" says Barton. "Some people learn best in an instructor-led classroom format, but simply don't quite "grasp it" when sitting in front of a computer without the instructor interaction. Others nearly fall asleep in a classroom, but thrive with online or self paced learning formats." The choice of formats is selected by the prospective student prior to enrollment, so that he/she gets the most out of the learning experience by utilizing the learning format that best fits his/her learning style. When students have finished these exam prep courses they will have a solid understanding of document imaging systems: what they are, how they work, why they are needed, and the terminology involved. They will also understand the basics and standards of document imaging clearly.

My Tech Guru produced the popular Basic Laser Printer Repair & Maintenance Training DVD that is designed to give average users, managers, network engineers and computer technicians the ability to diagnose a range of basic printer problems and make the repairs directly, without the need to call an outsourced printer repair technician. The basic training Reference Guide provides step-by-step instructions to quickly and easily find the appropriate information in the printer model's service manual, allowing the user or technician to troubleshoot and repair a wide range of printer issues.


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