Cancellation and Reschedule Policy

Cancellations or change of class date must be received at least 5 business days prior to the start of class for a full refund.

If you cancel 2 business days before the class you will be refunded 50% of the amount paid. If you fail to cancel in time and/or do not attend the class, no refund will be issued, and you will be charged the full amount.

In the case of low enrollment, classes may be cancelled or rescheduled at our discretion. If you are in a class, which is cancelled, we will help to to find a replacement class for you. Please contact training@chef.io for more information.

Cancellations for certification exams will only be provided if within sixty (60) days of the purchase of the exam.

Customer Comments

Robin Beck provided an excellent training: he was very knowledgeable and held a very comprehensive two day training session!

- Shomi

Just Great!

- IBM

I was sad to have the training end! The personalized attention from the instructor was priceless. Chef made sense and I LOVED it! Every question and problem were solved and explained. Truly craft masters of Chef, take this and be ready to be amazed. I'm applying what I learned the next week after the course. Thank you CHEF!

- Trace3

This was the best course I've ever taken. The instructor was just GREAT!

- IBM

Excellent information presented by an experienced practitioner and an excellent presenter.

- Telmate

Class was excellent, and the Instructor was even better! Robin Beck is the best!

- CRITEO

This was the best training class I've taken. It was online using Zoom, it was super easy to share code and collaborate. The instructor kept everything going at a perfect pace and his knowledge and expertise on the topic was evident. 22 years of training in my career and this was hands down the best class I've taken. Better than classroom training. Looking forward to more!

- CVSHealth

Even though I've been using Chef for three years, I found this class immensely useful; not only did it allow me to examine and compare my current practices to those presented in the training, but I learned several new techniques for using Chef tools.

- Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts