The CES A+ Certification
Computer Repair Training System Model CES Ed-Lab 2912 (12 Students)
& 2924 (24 Students)
Covers the computer architecture, computer literacy,
basic computer repair levels and nondestructive troubleshooting
methods. This is the only trainer designed to survive in the classroom.
This system allows the instructor to insert various faults into
the computer for the student to study, analyze, diagnose and repair.
All components, digital circuits and drives are completely secured
by a transparent Lexan® cover which allows for full viewing
with out the danger of having components being lost or damaged.
This is the ideal trainer to meet the requirement for both the core
and specialized modules for use with the A+ Certification Program,
administered by the Computer Technology Industry Association.
The program covers the hardware configuration and setup, software,
configuration and other software techniques,
peripherals and peripheral repair, monitors,
monitor repair, printers, and printer repair.