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

"Student of an US camp:
I enjoyed the mock lab a lot. It gave me a much better idea of how the actual lab would be in terms of stress and timing. Keep up the good work !"

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A happy
'Heinz Ulm"-CCIE 37813


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 25215
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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