MCITP: Server Administratorold – Windows Server 2008
27 Sep to 12 Oct 2012
The 1-on-1 course I took with my teacher was very very good. His knowledge, and more importantly - the way he explained the subject matter was first class.The English spoken by all teachers I came into contact with was really good. I really could not fault it, the teaching here is excellent...
I arrived at Delhi to do a Regular course in MCITP Server Administrator 2008 r2 in October 2012.
The pickup at the airport was seamless before being taken to Koenig Deluxe Apartments.
During my stay, the apartments were cleaned every day, they were spotless. The staff at the Inn was very courteous and helpful at all times.
Breakfast included cereals, fruit, fruit juice, toast (white and brown), yoghurt's and cooked food. Lunch was ordered at the classroom over the web, KFC, Domino's, McDonalds as well as Indian food outlets.
Dinner included various hot foods, really well cooked and plentiful.
Car pickup to the Classroom was always on time and the journey took less than 10 minutes.
The 1-on-1 course I took with my teacher was very very good. His knowledge, and more importantly - the way he explained the subject matter was first class.
The English spoken by all teachers I came into contact with was really good. I really could not fault it, the teaching here is excellent.
In the 15 days of study, covering 3 courses, I passed 1 course and will take the next exam 3 days after my arrival home.
I could have probably taken the next exam but rather than rush for the sake of it I asked the teacher go over the fundamentals of my course further.
It's one thing passing an exam - it's another understanding in real depth the substance of the courses.
I chose the latter knowing the exams will be very achievable thanks to the understanding learnt.
That's the thing on 1-on-1 training - you suit it to your needs as you progress through the courses.
I will get the 2 other MCP's needed to gain my MCITP quickly on my arrival home and I do have a much clearer understand of my chosen topic.
What more could you ask.