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    I paid my $200 Stanly course. I will at this stage be paying for my What's New course of $1600 but if my Employer doesn't pay, they'll still pay me for my 2 days work.
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    that's the one thing I like about my new employer, it's a first for me, they want to pay for my education. So every chance I can get I'm taking to further my technical learning experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathmage View Post
    can't beat a $200 ICM w/ 70% discount voucher for a $68 dollar exam.
    It depends on how big of a salary jump you can gain with a VCP.
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    Stanly Community College is an authorized VMware IT Academy. Interested persons can see our information at the following link: https://www.stanly.edu/future-studen...nfigure-manage






    Quote Originally Posted by slee335 View Post
    interesting but those Stanley CC isn't on VMware website as approved vendor. does it still count.?
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    You can send me a private message with your full name, and we will be glad to check your status on the wait list.

    Quote Originally Posted by burfect View Post
    How backed up are the stanly classes? Put my name on the waiting list but I am just curious...

    No chance I am going to spend 3k on a VMW course but if the quality of Stanly is good I'd seriously consider it.
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    At Stanly Community College we can offer the VMware class only to individuals and not as part of corporate training. The course is conducted entirely online, including labs, in an asynchronous manner which basically means it is available to students 24/7. Students can study at their own pace provided you meet the minimum due dates set by the instructor. The courses are 8 weeks in length, and the current tuition & lab fee costs total $185. There is also an optional textbook available through our book store.


    We enroll students in the VMware courses in the order in which they registered on our online wait list. If you have not added your information to this list please do so at https://vmware.stanly.edu/waitlist.php. We apologize for any delay, but as you can imagine these classes are extremely popular. We make every effort to accommodate all students in a timely manner.

    At this time, due to evolving changes in higher education regulations, SCC is unable to serve all of the students that are interested in our courses or programs. SCC will no longer be able to offer distance education online programs or courses for students residing in Alaska, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Wyoming. We also service many students outside the U.S.

    If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. You can also visit our VMware page on our SCC website at http://www.stanly.edu/continuing-edu...e-vsphere.html.
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    I just put my name in the hat for this. I am working on a lot of stuff for my degree, but getting VMWare cert would be awesome. How long am I looking before I should expect to hear anything? 6 months?
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    You can send me a private message with your full name, and we will be glad to check your status on the wait list.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shdwmage View Post
    I just put my name in the hat for this. I am working on a lot of stuff for my degree, but getting VMWare cert would be awesome. How long am I looking before I should expect to hear anything? 6 months?
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    I'm trying to PM you to check my status as well, but I can't find that option. Is there some kind of limitation that new forums members can't send private messages? Anybody know?

    EDIT: Actually just read the welcome email and saw that it says 10 posts are required for PMing. I'll get on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathmage View Post
    that's the one thing I like about my new employer, it's a first for me, they want to pay for my education. So every chance I can get I'm taking to further my technical learning experience.
    Great feeling ain't it. I am doing the same but getting my degrees done now while under employee tuition reimbursement...
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    I did. For UCSC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jibbajabba View Post
    Here in England we got no choice but to fork out Ł3120 .. Which according to Google is around $4780 ... Not many pay that here themselves.
    I'm in England. I took the Stanly Course
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    Can I do that from the UK?
    I did, gorebrush
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    We currently do offer the course to students int eh UK. We can offer the VMware class only to individuals and not as part of corporate training. The course is conducted entirely online, including labs, in an asynchronous manner which basically means it is available to students 24/7. Students can study at their own pace provided you meet the minimum due dates set by the instructor. The courses are 8 weeks in length, and the current tuition & lab fee costs total $185. There is also an optional textbook available through our book store.

    We enroll students in the VMware courses in the order in which they registered on our online wait list. If you have not added your information to this list please do so at https://vmware.stanly.edu/waitlist.php. We apologize for any delay, but as you can imagine these classes are extremely popular. We make every effort to accommodate all students in a timely manner.

    At this time, due to evolving changes in higher education regulations, SCC is unable to serve all of the students that are interested in our courses or programs. SCC will no longer be able to offer distance education online programs or courses for students residing in Alaska, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Wyoming.

    If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. You can also visit our VMware page on our SCC website https://www.stanly.edu/future-studen...nfigure-manage.

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    For those of you who have done this, do you actually use VMware at work? or was it primarily just for the knowledge?
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    I paid for it myself, thanks to Stanley.

    Mike, I use it at work, apparently its part of my job as network admin, though my company wasn't going to pay for a VM course and yet expected me to have the knowledge. heh

    At least it has helped me and will continue to help me in my career i think. So it's been worthwhile and money well spent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slee335 View Post
    i'm trying to find a local CC in the NYC area i check the google doc they have one school touro but i don't see anything on there website. i called them up waiting for them to get back to me. i tried googling for NYC surprised nothing really came up expect CCCIT and stanly. do they have to be on the list if i call up CC and they have it?
    If you are looking at local community colleges, you need to see if they have a "Continuing Education" department. That is where they would list/offer the classes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave330i View Post
    It depends on how big of a salary jump you can gain with a VCP.
    I got a 18% pay increase when I went to the new job from having my VCP. - can only imagine what the CCNA will do to justify the means once I DO acquire it.
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    I got a 18% pay increase when I went to the new job from having my VCP. - can only imagine what the CCNA will do to justify the means once I DO acquire it.
    Pocket change. I got a $62k pay increase when I got my VCP.
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    If you sign up for this with Stanley, do you definitely get the 70% off exam voucher?

    For this Certificate do you have to take the training with a VMware authorized provider?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave330i View Post
    Pocket change. I got a $62k pay increase when I got my VCP.

    Holy #$%* batman lol. Your pay increase is my yearly salary lol.
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    You do have to take the training with an authorized provider, and Stanly is an authorized VMware IT Academy. However, the vouchers are distributed now by VMware. They do not come from the school.

    Quote Originally Posted by someperson49 View Post
    If you sign up for this with Stanley, do you definitely get the 70% off exam voucher?

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    Holy #$%* batman lol. Your pay increase is my yearly salary lol.
    My numbers are misleading since I was technically unemployed when I got my VCP.
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    I got a 18% pay increase when I went to the new job from having my VCP. - can only imagine what the CCNA will do to justify the means once I DO acquire it.
    Yep, like Dave, one of my VCAPs gave me a $68k bump. I was underpaid before it though and changed employers, but still great value
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