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    #51
    Quote Originally Posted by dave330i View Post
    It depends on how big of a salary jump you can gain with a VCP.

    30k salary increase after getting my VCP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave330i View Post
    My numbers are misleading since I was technically unemployed when I got my VCP.
    HAHHAA, that's awesome
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    Anyone know what the waiting list time is for Stanley? Days, Weeks, Months? TIA
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    Send me a private message, & I will be glad to check your status on the list.

    Quote Originally Posted by whizzer View Post
    Anyone know what the waiting list time is for Stanley? Days, Weeks, Months? TIA
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    #55
    I done mine with Stanly CC, 200$ and 70% off voucher, exam in 5 weeks
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    #56
    Company paid for my DCV - ICM course vSphere 5.5. I think they paid around $3,000 for it.

    Me being in a Tier I NOC position earning 25k year Base, you can imagine how happy that made me.
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    #57
    Any cost effective alternatives to Stanly?

    They aren't available for me as I live in Indiana.
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    Another option is to get the Cisco CCNA first. Then you can take the VCP-NV and then the VCP-DCV. Not the quickest way, but it could be cheaper.
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    got into stanly for aug class woo hoo.
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    What's included? I saw some vmware courses on udemy but no idea which exams they are for
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    not sure what included this is my first time taking a class.
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    Paid for my own way through the course at Stanley CC. No salary increase, no reimbursements from current employer, and no new job offers for VMware related positions. Based on a lot of job postings I've seen, this certification is best paired with MCSA/MCSE.
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    damn not something i like to hear i was hoping this would lead to better job. I'm paying my own way to for this. my company is too cheap to reimburse this they didn't want to reimburse my security plus exam. lucky its not too expensive only 200. this was the main reason i was hesitant to pay for the course like 1500 wasn't sure if the return would be good.
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    #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Dakinggamer87 View Post
    30k salary increase after getting my VCP.
    was this increase with the same company or new job?
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    #65
    What's the current wait time on Stanly? I just signed up today and would like a little bit of time to save up for it. $200 is a good number of skipped lunches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spicy ahi View Post
    What's the current wait time on Stanly? I just signed up today and would like a little bit of time to save up for it. $200 is a good number of skipped lunches.
    I was on a wait list for 6 months, but there were quite a few offers to do it sooner since there are usually a few seats available for each upcoming class due to people not filling all the seats.
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    #67
    Cool. I was just wondering because I spend ~$10 for lunch every day so I can definitely do 6+ months. So that means daddy doesn't have to sacrifice too many lunches.
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    i waited about 2 month. did you get the book when you took stanly class?
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    #69
    I took vSphere 5.5 class online (credit class) at DCCCD for about the same price.

    The class is ITNW-1413

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    Quote Originally Posted by slee335 View Post
    i waited about 2 month. did you get the book when you took stanly class?
    I did purchase the book but after starting the course realized what a waste of money it was. The course covers everything almost word for word from the official course book in the videos provided. You will be fine without the book.
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    Datacomboss, how'd you like that class? Was it worthwhile? Were you able to test for the DCV right after?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verities View Post
    I did purchase the book but after starting the course realized what a waste of money it was. The course covers everything almost word for word from the official course book in the videos provided. You will be fine without the book.
    thanks for the info.
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    Hey guys I booked for stanley cc as well. talked to some one at cc they said i could be on the October 2015 class. Going to try to build my lab before then?
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    I paid for it myself!
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    I paid for mine. Ł2.5k but it was well worth it, I didn't know about Stanly at the time.
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