[ Me and 3 friends want the CEH training. We come on flight emirates flight 978 and want the web application hacking tutorial hands on lab too. What is price in rial? April is when we come to Dubai. ]
Ok, following is a possible schedule :-
CEH Fast Track Training Program (group training) : 7th Apr - 11th Apr
Web Application Hacking Tutorial Hands-on Lab Regular Track Training Program (group training) : 13th Apr - 17th Apr
In order to join Training Program starting from Apr. 7th, you need to arrive in Dubai on Apr. 6th (evening or night). We will start the training from Apr. 7th. Classes will be conducted from 9:00am to 5:00pm. End date of the Training Program is Apr. 17th. You can fly back on Apr. 17th (late night) or Apr. 18th (early morning).
Please let us know if the above schedule is suitable for you.
The fee for CEH Fast Track Training Program (group training) in 8-hour format (total duration 6 days, total training / exam days 5) in Dubai is US$ 2,240 per person (in Koenig Deluxe Apartment, including all meals & taxes).
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