Unfortunettly dont have the minimal percentual I need to pass in this link.
I listen than I need 75% to pass and 85% to pass to be an Instructor.
Anybody knows if it is true????
Yes. It´s the same as 2.x test.
85 % and you can become an instructor.
If you are thinking to take the test I can send to you by email some useful links to studying.
For an instructor its 85% or greator (we quite frequently get much more than 85%).
Then you must arrange a "co-teach" with VMware or one of its VATC (VMware Authorised Training Center) partners. You teach more than 75% of the course - most instructors opt to do the whole darn thing as it is easier/simplier.
The students mark you - as does the co-teach instructor... This goes to VMware Education in Palo Alto who always have the final say...
Smiles... a voice of authority... I must dig out my megaphone and my johnny-cash sound-of-god voice...
How are things Stuart?
Are you fixed for VMworld 2007?
Come on, Mr-T - call their bluff, and say if they won't let you go - you'll take holiday and go anyway....
Second thoughts - they would probably take you up on the offer!!!
I'm really happy \!!! I've just pass my VCP-310 this day. My score is 89%.
I'm asking now, how can I find some informations to become an instructor, and what is the "co-teach" ?
Where are located geographically?
If your in Europe - I would contact VMware - the EU base is in Frimley, Surrey. VMware Education (EMEA) is run from their. Alternatively, contact as many VATC's (VMware Authorised Training Centers) in your country.
Alternatively, contact VMware Education in Palo Alto if your based in the US...
The co-teach process. Basically you teach the VMware Install & Configure course with an existing VCI (VMware Certified Instructor) sat at the back of the room. S/He will give you feedback at the end of each module, and will fill in an offical course report form. At the end of the week students mark your performance - the instructors report form and student questionaires are looked at by VMware Education in the US. Additionally, the co-teach instructor marks the report as either Go Solo, or not ready to go solo...
Thank's a lot Mike,
It's the second time you help me very well. I'm going to do this step. For your request, I'm french, I think it's not really difficul to feel that my english is not perfect...
Cool - your french will hold you in good stead. Mean you can operate natively in a couple of countries across Europe... as well as France... for some reason the french don't like it when I speak english at them (hee-hee )