MCAD (VB .NET/Visual C#)
11 Jun to 02 Jul 2006
I am a developer in Holland and I just started working in the IT Business, but I have four years of experience with MS Access, Excel and SQL Server 2000...
I am a developer in Holland and I just started working in the IT Business, but I have four years of experience with MS Access, Excel and SQL Server 2000. My goal was to become a VB.Net MCAD. The company I started working for offered me the amazing experience to go to Shimla in India to do the course. With my experience I was able to do the fast track course.
The account manager of Koenig gave me good information so I could prepare myself.
My plane was delayed for two hours but, as promised, the cabdriver was there and brought me to the hotel. He gave me a couple of envelopes with some money and information about the hotel, the bus ticket and the trip to Shimla. The next morning I met another Koenig student so we traveled together. The cab was on time and we left to the bus station to get on the bus to go to Shimla. Nine hours later we arrived in Shimla were a cabdriver brought us to the hotel.
The hotel Willow Banks was very nice and I enjoyed my stay there. The next morning a cab brought us to the training centre. I met Deepa, a very nice woman who helped me with a lot ofthings, like arranging my trip to the Taj Mahal on my way back home. The staff all speaks English and are very nice. I always got a reply when I asked something.
My trainer was a very nice guy with a lot of knowledge. He made a schedule for me so I got to know on which days I had to learn, or do my exams. It was a busy schedule, but I had all Sundays off. The other days were hard study, but in the end, it is worth the effort!
Every night I went out for dinner with other students and that made my stay very nice, I made a lot of friends! Koenig arranged a trip on Sunday to a place nearby Shimla, so I saw more of this beautiful country. The next Sunday I arranged a trip to the Monkey temple, together with other students. On the Saturday we went to the disco, which was nice, but not really comparable with a club in Holland, but we had a lot of fun.
To recap, I can recommend this study trip to everyone who is willing to study hard, enjoys live and like to travel and see this beautiful country. I will miss the staff, my teacher and Incredible India! It was an incredible experience!