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17th February 2009, 02:05 PM #1
VMware Infrastructure 3: Inst & Conf (VCP) Cheap training in kent
I am an ICT manager at a school in kent & am currently in negitiations with a training company to get some VMWare training going in maidstone.
I have been informed that if I can generate enough interest we can get the VMware Infrastructure 3: Install and Configure course (VMWare approved) in a kent location for a substantial discount (i.e less than the collossal £2500 charged elsewhere).
I have done a few courses this way and the cost savings can be as much as 50%.
If anybody is looking into doing VMware training or thioer VCP in the kent area let me know and we can get this arranged (via KCC) for much cheaper.
I am also looking into getting the VCP exam as part of the training, be it during the course or pre-booked at a prometric centre.
Please drop me message if you're interested or want any more info.
Looking to get this sorted for May/June time.
27th February 2009, 02:11 PM #2
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Hi there. I did the course last year in London. I'm currently heading up the VMware Enterprise Infrastructure for a GOV body in Kent but looking at moving on soon and thinking about doing my VCP - let me know if you get a good quote and where it may be held.
27th February 2009, 02:14 PM #3
It will definatley be under 2k and will probably be held in maidstone.
If I get enough interest the price decreases dramatically. Hoping to get it for less than £1500 PP.
27th February 2009, 02:44 PM #4
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The company that ran the training I did sent out an email last year saying all their VM courses were now around £1500 (may have been a special)
Originally Posted by LorenzosEar
Will just sit my course at one of the centres I think. Although doesn't seem to be that many jobs about at the moment :-(
And in Kent it's a wasteland :-)
27th February 2009, 02:59 PM #5
Lots of pople offer the training but do not cout as VMWare aproved which you need to do the exam.
If you've done the training before with a VCP aproved trainer you can just take your exam.
The people delivering this are VMWare approved.
The cost may drop even lower than £1500, I just need to get enough people wanting to do it.
As I said before I've know costs to be as much as half doing it this way.
9th May 2009, 10:31 PM #6
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I might be up for this if it hasn't happend yet!
11th May 2009, 07:58 AM #7
This opportunity has passed I'm afraid. Not enough interest.
We're going to do it in Bracknell now.
Also Vsphere is out now so it might be worth waiting for the new VM courses anyway.
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