I'm a LAN admin working for the government right now. I have two Microsoft certs (MCP: Vista and Server 2003). I've decided not to continue the MCSA route and instead go the CCNA route. I failed the 3rd exam for Server 2003, so i decided maybe a boot camp would better fit my learning style. Up until now, I've been studying on my own with books.
It would be senseless to do an MCSA boot camp since I already have 2 exams out of the way. It would also be inconvienent for me to do an MCSE boot camp since they are close to $8000 and take about 15 days (Same with MCITP). So, the CCNA seems like a good choice.
My question is: I live near Washington DC. I'm considering "CCBootCamp". they are a Cisco Learning Partner and have CCIE's teaching the course.
Anyone hear anything good or bad about them? They appear affordable and the week-long course fits my schedule.
I've only been in the IT field now for a year, but I pretty much have full admin access to our Active directory, and I configure file/print servers from RAID 5 array all the way to NTFS security for shared network drives. I don't know anything about switches or routers, but I'm confident I'll learn quickly.
Thanks a lot.