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2017: 22 Years CCIE Bootcamps 32 Years IT Trainings and Consulting !

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CCIE 25215
"Hi Professor Heinz, Coming to your boot camp was the dawn of CCIE reality and a big wakeup call for me. Prior to my arrival at your boot camp, I actually deluded myself 'in thinking that I was close to being ready for the LAB' I was so wrong, and so far from the truth. With Professor Heinz, I discovered exactly 'how LIMITED I was in terms of knowledge and CCIE readiness' and exactly what the CCIE standard was and how distant from it I was at the time (i.e. in another galaxy). Thanks to Professor Heinz, I was able to make the transformation from mere 'contender status' to 'actual champion' i.e. passing the CCIE Lab. Warning & Advisory Notice, if you are NOT prepared to sacrifice 'your life' to pass the CCIE Lab, then my advice would be to just forget it, cause believe me, it DEFINITELY has the potential to be FATAL !!!! "          CCIE 25215 (UK) CCIE 25215

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'Heinz Ulm"-CCIE 34633

Q: What is the difference between the mocks-lab {5 DAYS} 
and the boot camp {15 DAYS} ?

A: The difference is 10 days. Just joking.

a) The Mocklab week simulates the exam lab in a much tougher
(and controlled) way.

b) Everyday you have a completely new scenario with new tasks which
must complete on that same day.

c) This goes on the whole week. So you have same time available as in
the lab. It gives you a good understanding whether you would be
able to complete an exam in  the given time.

d) We are constantly monitoring each student and see the keystroke the
moment they type it in.

We won't intervene, but it gives us a better understanding of their
tactics and approaches, their strength and their weaknesses.

We make notes and talk to them about improvements afterwards.

e) there is not such lecturing as in the bootcamp. The 'lecturing' is
more a brief discussion of what they were doing wrong in their last lab
and what should be improved for the next lab
and how they could have
done better. Since they don't repeat the same
mistakes (we hope)
they get better and better from
day to day.

f) it is much more stressful

g) no interacting between students during the 8 hrs. Silence in the classroom.

h) students must ask the same way they would ask a proctor

i) they may only use the univercd-path of the CCO (just as in the exam)

a) The Bootcamp weeks are much  different. More lecturing, more time to
complete the tasks, talks between the students, knowledge and experience exchange.

b) Everything is (seems to be) more relaxed (at least compared with the
Though all students tell us the 3 weeks are very tough and exhausting

c) More variety of tasks spread over more days or a whole week to complete.
(there is one mocklab day in the 3rd week)

d) our monitoring of students here is through SNMP, Syslog and our telnets
into the workgoup's devices. No monitoring of realtime keystrokes.

e) there is interaction between the students and with the instructor.
(knowledge transfer, hints, tips and tricks, experiences)

f) students control their own timing, decide when to have breaks and how
long to work in the evenings

g) students can browse the CCO in full and any other helpful sites


    CCIE 34633
    CCIE 34633
    "I could summarize the Heinz Bootcamp in one sentence 'If You really think SERIOUSLY about CCIE, just do it!'. But to be more specific it's the best way to refine Your knowledge and gives You all of that little details needed to pass the CCIE exam. Heinz labs are really different from anything on the market, they're unique. Sometimes simply quest but with hidden traps and sometimes difficult one but with reasonable solution, the labs will help You find Your weakest points. That's the best value of the camp. Not to learn You everything from the basics, but to show You where You should improve and verify Your knowledge. This is the most difficult side of preparation to the exam.
    And Heinz assures that You're receiving a naked truth about Your preparation status, sometimes it's rough but it's always to help You. And You're receiving tips from the man who knows what CCIE means and how to pass it.
    If You think that You're well prepared, then good for You and try with Heinz :) You can be surprised how after the Camp You'll start to think in different way, the exam way. Then there is only one thing left to do :)           CCIE 34633 (Poland)"
    CCIE 34633

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