Train Signal is at it again, releasing their brand new VMware View 5 Essentials Training videos last week. If you haven’t ever tried a Train Signal video or purchased one, you are definitely missing out. Train Signal gives you the opportunity to experience in classroom training from the comfort of your home, on demand and at your own pace. Every training video in Train Signal‘s vast catalog is presented by an expert in their field. The View 5 video is taught by Brian Knudtson and Lane Leverett. To give you an idea of how qualified these instructors are, here is some bio information for you to look over:
- Brian Knudtson
vExpert, Quadruple VCP, VCA-Desktop, VCP-Desktop, VCAP-DCA, VCAP-DCD
VCDX 3 and 4 (VCDX #53), VCAP4-DCD, VCA4-DT , VCP4-DT, VCP3 and 4, MCSE NT4/2000/2003, CCNA, DCUCD, DCUCI
That kind of experience in an instructor is priceless. Another nice thing about all of the Train Signal instructors is that they are able to relay real-world experience along with their teaching. Reading a book about VMware View is one thing, hearing about real-world experience gives the student a much better opportunity to learn about View 5 and apply that knowledge to their environments. Here is what you can plan on learning with Train Signal’s VMware View 5 Essentials Training from their website:
VMware View 5 Essentials is for IT pros that need to get a View environment up and running. VMware View is one of the world’s most-used virtualization solutions, due in part to the fact that such a VDI can greatly reduce costs of end-user desktops. This course covers View components, installation, configuration and more.
Can’t Afford IT Training?… read on
Yes, we all know how expensive IT training is, to be honest there have been many training courses I’ve had to pass on simply due to the enormous cost. Take for example a large classroom training company which offers VMware View training; they have to cover the cost of the building upkeep, overhead of employee salary and benefits, materials, lab space, there’s a lot of money wrapped up in overhead. You can expect to pay around $3000 for a course offered by a company such as this. Train Signal brings the course to you. There’s no overhead of having to provide space for 60 students in a classroom along with all of the computer equipment for each student. You can have the training on demand, do it at your learning pace. Incredibly, Train Signal is offering this course at $397 dollars delivered to your door step at no additional charge.
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Thanks to my good friends at Train Signal I have 2 copies of VMware View 5 Essentials training to give away free of charge. Here’s how you can win a copy. Leave a comment on this blog post pleading your case for a free copy of VMware View 5 Essentials from Train Signal, together with Train Signal we will decide on who makes the best case. Humor is welcome, begging is a plus… convince us how bad you want this training. Since I have two copies we’ll select the top two comments to receive the training. You must leave your first and last name, email address and your comment on this blog post, only one entry please. Contest is open now, and will close on Wednesday February 8th at 9pm EST. Good luck!