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



CCIE 28189
CCIE 28189
"Heinz is a person with very broad knowledge about IP networks in general. His classes are extremely useful and his teaching method is top notch. Apart from this Heinz is a very open and entertaining person, and because of all that attending his CCIE classes is a fantastic experience. CCIE exam is much more then just having knowledge - and this is where Heinz's classes excel.           CCIE 28189 (Serbia)" CCIE 28189
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The intention for offering 1- and 2-week boot camps came from the observation that some students
do not get the time and money approved to sit in our worldknown 3-weeks-classes.
We still strongly recommend sitting in the 3 week camp to get the full challenges and optimal preparation.

The 1- and 2-week bootcamp commencing dates are the same as the 3-week-camps.
All students sit in the same classroom as the 3-week guys.

You get the same manuals, class-time, instructor attention, to-do-tasks and lecturing
as the 3-weeks-students in their 1st and/or 2nd week. A difference is that you are leaving
the 3-weeks-class after 1 or 2 weeks

To avoid misunderstandings: You are NOT doing the tasks of 3 weeks in 1 (or 2) week(s).
That is not possible.

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Remember, the only reason why we offer the 1- and 2-weeks classes is that employers
are reluctant sending the students for 3 weeks, even if they badly need it.

See it that way: the maximum tasks/features/technologies you need to know and configure to
prepare for a successfull exam is 100 %, 'load-balanced' over the 3 weeks. Not exactly because
in the 3rd week is a 1 day mocklab day which is not in the 1st and 2nd week.
So it is load-balanced over 14 days.  Mathematically each day is around 7 %.
So if you sit a 1 week camp you only hear/configure/discuss/get lectured (mathematically)
around 35 % of all the tasks and challenges. 



Hint: Some of our 2-week-students join us at a later date for the 3rd week

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CCIE 34847
CCIE 34847
"I had the fortunate opportunity to attend a 3 week Heinz Ulm Bootcamp in preparation for my CCIE R&S Lab. I found the bootcamp extremely useful to practice the full scope of work for the R&S Lab blueprint, and specifically fine tune interpretation of Lab questions and configuration speed.
The Denver bootcamp location which I attended, has the advantage of providing accommodation in the same location where the Lab/workspace is located. This meant you are able to start as early, and continue working as late as you require, and being close to a bed when your configs start looking blurry from tiredness.
I recommend anyone that has the means and time available to attend a Heinz Ulm bootcamp, preferably about 1 month before attempting the Lab.          CCIE 34847 (South Africa)"
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