@Chassidic1 - please understand this is not intended as a negative response. However, if you've not, previously, been trained in Penetration Testing or other related CEH-style material, I'd personally feel as if you're doing students (and your company's reputation, by way of success / failure / REAL learning) a disservice. Not as if many certification programs and bootcamps don't do the same, however, if I were in your shoes (or your boss's, for that matter,) and this is truly an offering you'd like to be able to give, I'd want to distinguish my training from that of the everyday bootcamp vendor, and 6 weeks to brush up on an area, you're not already well-versed in, simply isn't going to be of benefit to you, your company, or your students.
Now, I'm all for getting more people trained and involved in IT Security-related fields, and I applaud you for your desire to grow that area. Just that, personally, I've found way more benefit, learning experience, and REAL knowledge transfer / share, from instructors who really KNOW the material and / or have 'been there.' I did a lot of research before taking my CEH bootcamp, and I'm glad I did, as the instructor we had was top notch. His personal experiences, references to real-world activities he'd done, and open discussions, even after class hours, really solidified the experience for me.
So again, I'm glad you're looking to grow the IT Security field, as well as to increase your training offerings, in general. I just think that 6 weeks is nowhere near enough time to just 'develop' a training program, as I'm sure others on the forum would agree.
Regardless, good luck in your endeavors, and welcome aboard!
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