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Practical Knowledge turning into a Cert??

By Chilli_Willie ·
I manage our companies network and I have alot of on the job training and experience. I want to take it to the next level but my time is very limited. Is the train on your own thing good? Or what about the 2 times a week night classes?

I just want to take my knowledge to the next level so I can bring more to the table for my company.

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Read a book, take a test

by Roger99a In reply to Practical Knowledge turni ...

at least that used to work for me in the NT4 days. I used a $20 Sybex book. The paper was so cheap you could see little bits of tree bark in it.

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On your own

by dafe2 In reply to Practical Knowledge turni ...

I've found, for myself at least, devoting two or three nights a week worked.

I used the MS Press guides & a few systems to do the labs. You have to really LIKE reading to do that & get anything out of it. 70-216 was as dry as some of my wifes cooking LOL.

In addition, the Windows 2K3 has been changed substantially so your practical experience will help a LOT now.

IMO opinion, at least in Canada, courses I've seen are really pathetic - They mostly just 'teach' how to write a test and not learn the material.

You don't say what your wanting to study so I'm assuming MS here.

Good luck!

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Professional development

by Info-Safety, LLC In reply to Practical Knowledge turni ...

Try your local community college. You may find some really good offerings at reasonable prices.

Good luck.

Craig Herberg

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