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bcoc training

Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by cars111, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. cars111

    cars111 New Member

    hi there have been reading the forums and u guys are doing an excellant job , i was so close to signing up for james thornton it traininig and losing £8000 before i read up on all the posts thanks a million. i have found another it training school http://www.bcoc.co.uk they said it is £1290 to study for the mcse, it will take 2 months to complete , lessons are twice a week three hour lessons, all material is given and u can take the exam there, also the testing labs are open to u all day and evening with a tutor in the room if you have any questions, plus they give you a mock exam, i really want to know if u think this sounds worthwhile i know that i need to put in a lot of practical hours to pass and the labs will be my second home but that goes without out saying and i am willing to put in as much hardwork as it takes any feedback would be very much apreciated thanks for your help.:biggrin
  2. Mr.Cheeks

    Mr.Cheeks 1st ever Gold Member! Gold Member

    firstly what experience do you have already?

    you can do homelabs, under virtualpcs/vmware, you might need to upgrade the RAM, but who cares! it will take longer but a damn sight cheaper, its called self study and is here for your consideration...
  3. Clyde

    Clyde Megabyte Poster

    2 months to complete mcse - is that 2 months worth of lessons, or 2 months in total to get the certs ?

    cos I reckon only a genius could manage the mcse in 2 months of study.
    Certifications: A+, Network+, Security+, MCSA, MCSE
  4. cars111

    cars111 New Member

    hi thanks for the quick response, they say it would be 2 months for the lessons but only when you pass the theory and think your ready will you go for the exam the test labs can be used as much as i like for anything up to two years, home learning sounds good but i would like to ask tutors when things go wrong and when i need to ask questions . i only have a network for windows cert which i did at college but it gave me the it bug and i really want to progress in my training have you looked at the link? what is your gut feeling thanks.

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