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15th June 2009, 10:53 AM #16
- Rep Power
I work for a secondary school subcontracted to 4 primarys the school charge £66 per half day
15th June 2009, 10:53 AM #17
We charge our technicians out at aroung £28 per hour for the day to day stuff, and for things like project management or large server installs its around £35 an hour.
If you are going to be self employed then these are the sort of rates you should be looking at - you have to factor in the extra time it takes to sort out your tax, invoicing etc.
If they are actually going to employ you, then should be a fair bit less, as this comes with a range of benefits.
15th June 2009, 11:03 AM #18
Depends on the reasons you want to do it, for just financial reasons or because you want to make a difference to the primaries by bringing your experience into their environment.
Considering you don't have the financial backing of a company I wouldn't charge too highly, you offer them no guarantees for your work, you balls up.....what then?
Give me a ring if you need any advice
15th June 2009, 11:04 AM #19
PC World charge
Originally Posted by Mr. Ben
£30 for software reinstall (including windows install)
£30 per hardware install
£70 fixed price repair
£30 for backup services
£15 for memory upgrade and test
Per hours never worked for me, I usually just say £30 quid for most things. Although never done anything but private individuals and not for a long time!
15th June 2009, 11:21 AM #20
- Rep Power
Haha unless your name is a certain someone beginning with D and then you charge £70 for a PSU install because he was replacing a "faulty PSU" so its a fixed price repair -.- and then charges the next person £30 because its an upgrade!
Originally Posted by Jamo
15th June 2009, 11:31 AM #21
Originally Posted by Fridge
removing a broken PSU is so much harder than a good one though........
16th June 2009, 10:38 PM #22
1 hours work = ...
1 Gallon of Beer !
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