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all are volunteers working in the program. The HJT tech training program is very intense, not to be entered into on a whim. It takes serious commitment.
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all are volunteers working in the program. The HJT tech training program is very intense, not to be entered into on a whim. It takes serious commitment
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An excellent description for it, I believe. It's true that it takes serious commitment to go through this type of training, but it's also equally true that it proves very rewarding. There's nothing like the feeling you get after you've "saved" a person's computer, and the thanks you usually get from the person is very nice as well.
like in ANY good training, you have tools you need to learn how to use, you have to learn how and where to find the information you need ;EVERYTHING you do will be under the strict supervision of the teachers and trainers, and I think you will find , that, as infections are rapidly changing and evolviing , it s a process of lifelong learning; and I beleive you will be 'tested', at every step of the way to make sure you have learnt the lesson from the step you are studying before you can move on to the next step
Although it is generally assumed that you will help out with cleaning computers after you graduate, circumstances do change, and if you were to move to say the Amazon forest, that would be that.
Is there a way one can casually follow without having to enrol on the course lest one might fail to become fully committed. The idea of spending at least 1 hour each day would give me some serious thinking! And also after spending so much time learning, I guess I would be expected to be available for help at the BC forum... What if circumstances change (let's say for the sake of the argument, I move to the Amazon forest!) and I can no longer serve the BC Community.
Most schools are the same in that you need to stay active in your training or you will get removed, but everyone is welcome to go at their own pace, as long as they are staying active during their training.
maybe depends in which Training School you have signed up to ; helpers are always needed and I guess if you explain YOUR particular availability TO the school and teachers, and see if an 'agreement ' on training speed can be agreed?
Trainees in their final stage of training do actually work on "Live Logs" in the malware forum, under the direct supervision of a Teacher/Administrator here on the forums. The status of a trainee in this stage is called "HJT Senior Classmen".
Is there a test at the end of training? And how would one be tested? By disinfecting a real HJT log posted on the forum or a written log to test specific areas of your learning?
Everything you will need is already available on here or elsewhere on the internet.
Also, what study materials do you use? Is it usually on the Internet or you get books?
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