RepairWare At the ALC

Submitted by shelley.heaton on
broken screens
fixing keyboard
fixing laptop

We live in a world where technology is used every day. Almost all small businesses and home offices use computers and they depend on them to be working properly. Every person either has a mobile device at home or at school. 

 We have all experienced the frustration when one, or all, of these devices stop working.   The majority of the time when this happens, you do not have the skills, the time, or the desire to do the computer service or repair.  At the ALC we have some very talented students that have the required skill to handle that problem for you.

At the ALC, one of our courses offered here is the A+ Computer Repair (IT1600) class.  It is a class where the students learn necessary competencies for any entry-level professional, including installing, building, upgrading, repairing, configuring, troubleshooting, optimizing, diagnosing and performing preventative maintenance of basic computer hardware and operating systems. At the end of the class students can also earn Industry Certification A+.

We have three students who have certified and have the knowledge and skills to sort out any problems related to your device. 

The students who have been certified and who will be working on your devices are:

Joe Rogers, Andrew Benson and Carson Lewis


These students have taken Mr. Talbot’s PC Pro Repair class and passed the TestOut PC Pro certification exam.

In the repair shop class, students repair chrome books for the district and personal computers for the public.

These students are certified to fix the following:

Mobile devices (IPad, tablets)

Windows laptops

Windows Desktops

Apple laptops


Computer builds

Computer upgrades

Computer build consulting

Operating System installations

Software Installations

Chromebook repair


All of these students do the repairs, under the supervision of their instructor, Mr. Gerald Talbot. The cost to you for them to fix your device, is a flat rate of $25 plus the cost of the parts.

This is a GREAT way for you to get your device fixed, at a low cost with the expertise of these students, as well as giving them opportunities in the industry they have been certified for.

RepairWare is located at the ALC @ 161 E 400 N. Salem Utah. Their business hours are 8:15- 2:20 every weekday.

If you have a device that needs to be fixed, you are welcome to bring it by during those hours, or email Mr. Talbot @ repairware [at] or gerald.talbot [at] (gerald[dot]talbot[at]nebo[dot]edu) to set up an appointment.

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Shelley Heaton