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2018: 23 Years CCIE Bootcamps 33 Years IT Trainings and Consulting !



CCIE 37813
CCIE 37813
"The Heinz Ulm boot camp was for me more than just a technical boot camp. For me it was a lifetime experience which learned me to work harder than ever to achieve the ultimate goal. I thought that I knew my limits, during the bootcamp I experienced that my limits were higher than I ever thought. It made me stronger, faster and better. Thanks to that I was able to pass my CCIE on the first attempt! Now when I have my number I'm still enjoying the advantages of the bootcamp experience.          CCIE 37813 (Netherlands) " CCIE 37813


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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
 you
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
mocklab).
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 22474
    CCIE 22474
    "The Heinz Ulm Bootcamp is like a classical education in computer networking. He brings you back to the fundamental bits and bytes of IP networking. In doing so, you gain not just memorised information but an understanding of the concepts and procotols involved. As a result, the construction of switching, routing, redistribution and filtering configurations are far more intuitive.
    The Bootcamp also helps you to develop vital exam techniques. The very nature of the course means that you build mental stamina and after three weeks of agressive preparation, you should be capable of hours of concentration. You are also required to develop the attention to detail required in the real lab and it becomes obvious very quickly that no assumptions can be made at all.
    Finally, the Bootcamp experience itself was very rewarding and I met some great friends during the three weeks. The setting is very informal and while the atmosphere is relax, there is also a collective focus with everyone working together to solve problems and ultimately get that number.
    CCIE 22474 (Ireland)"
    CCIE 22474

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