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Enterprise Computer Support

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This course is an introduction to the roles, responsibilities, and skills required to become a professional computer support PC Technician and provide exceptional computer support service. This includes the fundamentals of customer service, effective questioning, verbal and non-verbal communication, on-site support, telephone support, remote e-commerce support, and dealing with difficult customers. This course includes remote access to hands-on, real-world customer support issues and scenarios.

This undergraduate-level course is 9 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 9

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    Electronic Messaging Technologies

    • Identify advantages and disadvantages of an ARS.
    • Explain the importance of technology within computer support.

    Communication Barriers

    • Describe how ownership strategies resolve computer support issues.
    • Recall self-control strategies when communicating with a difficult customer.
    • Identify customer support skills when working with difficult customers.
    • Create training materials for new customer support technicians.

    Local Support Technologies

    • Describe telephone skills used for computer support.
    • Identify hardware and software tools for localized computer support.


    • List outcomes of exceptional customer service.
    • Identify customer requirements and expectations for support services.
    • Compare and contrast external and internal customers in computer support.

    Computer Support Employees

    • Differentiate between tasks of a frontline and an internal computer support workforce.
    • Describe factors that yield employee satisfaction and heightened service quality.

    Remote Support Technologies

    • Identify hardware and software tools for remote computer support.
    • List steps for selecting and implementing remote computer support technology.

    Problem-Solving Strategies

    • Define problem solving in a computer support environment.
    • Apply behavioral and perceptual methods to resolve various support service problems.
    • Identify the four steps of decision making when resolving support service conflicts.

    Customer Support Principles

    • Explain the role of the customer support technician.
    • Identify methods and tools that enable computer support to satisfy customers.
    • Analyze trends in the computer support industry.

    Communication Skills

    • Compare verbal and nonverbal methods of communication.
    • Define techniques for building rapport with customers.
    • Explain how to ask effective questions in computer support.
    • Identify active listening skills for resolving computer problems.
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