Computer training refers to resources, companies and services dedicated to helping educate users on computer-related topics. Computer training professionals instruct and help users acquire proficiency in a wide array of areas, including software, hardware, database management, programming, networking and more.
Many computer training services are designed to help students acquire certification in specific areas in order to attain job placement or advancement. Computer certifications are available in a number of specialized fields from vendors like Cisco, Microsoft, Sun and Adobe.
Some examples of certification include:
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