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Posted Friday, November 07, 2008 11:24 AM
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Don Nelson taught the PM125 class I attended earlier this year. I his presentation and delivery was outstanding.

He could explain concepts with real world experience, something that makes understanding a lot easier.

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Posted Sunday, November 09, 2008 6:28 PM
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Kudos to Instructor Mark Kliene of Norman, Oklahoma who teaches the Installer Series of courses. He is one of the most knowledgeable and likeable people that I have ever had the pleasure of receiving instruction from. He goes well out of his way to make each student feel comfortable regardless of their experience level, and makes a point to insure that each student receives the most out of each class.   Mr Kliene is always available to answer any question from a student, even during non-class times by telephone. Additionally, he is willing and ready to assist us in the field at out regular jobs should we need his level of expertise on a difficult issue outside of the norm.  The world needs more teachers and people like Kliene.   Hey BISCI, you've got a good one here!!!!!

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This would just be a feel good party if it weren’t true.
I’m becoming one of the “old men” on the block but I’m still in the trenches. Over the past 32 years It’s been my pleasure to have been to numerous BICSI course’s. Having been through more “other” certified IT courses than I care to remember I can say that without fear of perjury – either sober or not, during or after “official” training – there has not been a BICSI Master Instructor that has not been worth every penny spent or every second paid attention too. I don’t remember all of them but those I have manager to record in my note books are:
Betty Bezoes: DC110. Jan 2010 - Orlando FL.
Janice Booth (The Cable Queen): DD102. Apr 2006 – Tampa Fl.
Scott Smith: DD102. Apr 2006 – Tampa Fl.
Bob Davidson: OSP100. Jan 2011 – Orlando.
Larry Ligman (?) IN101. Mar 2010 – Madison WI.
Ken Michaels: DD120. Jan 2002 & Jan 2007 – Orlando FL.
Don Nelson: DD200. Jul 2006 – Baltimore MD.
There are a few more I can’t remember and numerous presenters at the conferences.
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I took a DD102 with Jan Boothe around that time too. We ended up getting to go on a tour of the Disney Data Center after the class was over. Once of our classmates worked there. Great time. I believe she is "The Wire Queen".
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Posted Thursday, May 26, 2011 5:55 AM
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On behalf of myself and the other instructors, I'd like to thank all of you for the comments you've written. It REALLY DOES mean something to all of us. What I tell my students during my class is simple "hopefully all of you will pass on what you've learned in life and in this class to the up and coming stars of the telecomm world" And thats what its all a about. Sharing what we've learned through successes as well as failures.

And finally to all of you, the best of luck in you business, in your future, and your family life

John Adams RCDD/OSP Specialist BICSI master instructor (contractor)

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Posted Sunday, June 12, 2011 11:11 PM
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If those of you who choose to attend any BICSI instructor led Data Center related training, discover that either Phil Isaak or Terry Hochbein are your Master Instructor for the particular course, you are in for a real treat.

Phil and Terry are extremely knowledgable SMEs in Data Center design, plus they will keep the courses interesting for you.

John R. OSP/RTPM(i)

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Posted Sunday, June 12, 2011 11:21 PM
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chobbs74 (11/7/2008)
Don Nelson taught the PM125 class I attended earlier this year. I his presentation and delivery was outstanding.

He could explain concepts with real world experience, something that makes understanding a lot easier.

I fully concur with Christopher's observations of "Captain" Don Nelson's PM125 course.

I attended & completed the course, plus it's associated exams in December 2010.

John R. OSP/RTPM(i)

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