Please read the importance of prerequisites. If you don't have the required knowledge and experience, you will not understand the lectures, and you will be left behind within a few hours on the first day. Then you really will feel that you have wasted your money, because you will not have been able to benefit from the course at all. It is also unfair to other delegates who have required experience and have chosen the right course.
We reserve the right to ask someone who does not meet the prerequisites to leave the course and attend the correct course instead.
For example, the prerequisites for the Advanced Java Programming Course are that you should have attended our Java Programming course (or equivalent) and have 6 months Java programming experience. So if you've only worked with Java for a few weeks, or you only know what was covered in a few lectures at university, you definitely won't have enough experience to attend the Advanced Java course.
If you have attended an Incus Data course and want to attend the advanced course, test yourself: can you do all the exercises of the first course you attended without help? Then you're probably ready for a more advanced course.
If you are still concerned, please phone us. We can discuss it with you and, if necessary, arrange a pre-course assessment.
From experience we have found that delegates attending a course after a whole day at work and/or over weekends after a hard week at the office are too tired and inattentive, and do not get the full benefit of the training. Under certain circumstances, we will run an after-hours or part-time course, but we will require a minimum of six (6) delegates.
If you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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