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Topic # 66279 16-Aug-2010 16:55
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I have to go on a VMWare course for work to get my VCP and see that both Auldhouse and ACE offer a relevant course with ACE being significantly cheaper. Has any one had any experience with either of them or can you recommend 1 vs the other? The money isnt reallly a problem so am happy to pay more if Auldhouse is better is some regards.

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  Reply # 369256 18-Aug-2010 13:14
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I have trained at both Auldhouse adn Ace Training.  Ace has better parking and access. Both (i have found) are very similar in the quality of instructors in delivering the course.  I did the VCP course at Auldhouse and really enjoyed the person taking the course.  He was energetic, pointed out bits that weren't in the course material but would be part of the VCP exams.  There were 12 people doing the course together, so sometimes it was a bit of a pain trying to get his attention when needed.

I would recommend Auldhouse for VCP training.

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  Reply # 369354 18-Aug-2010 15:04
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ok, thanks for the feedback




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