I was wondering if any of you have signed up for a CCIE Bootcamp course only to arrive to find that you were overwhelmed or felt unprepared? Maybe you felt discouraged because you spent the time and money to go to the course and couldn’t get everything out of it that you could have.
You are not alone. Many folks have this feeling. So how can this be avoided? Most CCIE learning providers will give you advice on reading lists or want you to participate in an assessment before the class. These items are good and serve the purpose. But what if you start to do the reading and are lost or fail the assessment miserably? What then? Do you postpone the class?
My reason for writing is to see if there is any interest in a CCIE R&S Primer series of products ( mainly on-line video training ) that would go over the items in the blueprint at a level to prepare you to be at a point where you could get much more out of a bootcamp.
I personally attended a bootcamp many years ago and had this type of experience. If I could have had such items available I could have saved time and money.
Let me know your thoughts. If there is enough interest I might have a solution:-)