When deciding how will you obtain your computer certification, you might consider what training method best suits your daily routine and time availability. There are a few different training methods to choose from: instructor-led training, computer-based training, and Web-based training. If you have a hectic schedule but still want to be prepared for your certification exam, you might try computer-based training, using instructions recorded on CD-ROM, which allows you to study at the time and place of your choice. Most software retailers offer an extensive library of all necessary classroom instruction as available on CD-ROM. This allows you the liberty of learning in your leisure time, or picking up a few lessons at quick intervals during your day. If you have a more relaxed schedule and prefer to have supervision and immediate attention to your learning process, you might choose the instructor-led training classes instead. In a physical classroom, students congregate to participate in hands-on training. Professional, certified instructors are present to deliver helpful commentary on your performance in these sessions. Lastly, the Internet presents the option of Web-based training, which allows you to both have the advantage of a personal mentor, as well as the flexibility of learning at your own speed. For more information, talk to a computer professional.
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