Linas, Greg, David,
Thanks for the info!
All very good stuff to know, especially about the option of getting the level I home course before the IR/INFO conference and to be able to test at the conference. I believe that sealed the deal on the IR/INFO Expo.
I can completely understand the waiting period between the levels as I believe there should be. I guess my plan is to go ahead and get level I through IR/INFO, attend as many classes as possible during both conferences, then get additional specialized training in what areas interest me the most. I’ll put the level II idea off for another year or so.
Did the InfraSpection Level 1 Home Course do a pretty good job of preparing you for the Level I test or do you advise additional training sources to prepare?
Is the level 1 test extremely in-depth and hard to pass?
Is it legal for you to tell me the test format such as is it multiple choice, true and false, discussion essays, etc…? Do you remember about how many questions and how many hours the test takes?
Yeah, I bet the conference being in Vegas is viewed as a benefit among many folks. If it was up to me I would rather it be in a cow field out in the middle of nowhere. I’m all about business and pleasure so Vegas probably wasn’t the best choice for me, hahaha. It will be nice going to both conferences so I can have something to compare them to. I’ll be sure to post my experiences from both.