SEO is such a broad topic that all too often an SEO course can be more 30,0000 ft. view theory than practical application.
It can also be specific to one area of SEO, leaving out other key elements that are necessary to a well rounded education. To me, your boot camp fits the latter, covering the details most specific to site structure from a semantic, themed perspective.
You have done a terrific job of covering this area of SEO with details every website owner should know.
I'd tell anyone new or somewhat new to SEO and interested in your course that what you teach is the ONLY RIGHT WAY to research and build out a site today.
SEO can be tricky and results are not always guaranteed, but your training will put them way ahead of any competition lacking this foundational knowledge.
Bootcamp and War Room are good, aggressive marketing terms (product names) and reflect two different groups. Bootcamp gets the Private's ready for the trenches, War Room is where the Generals hang out sharing their mastery.
Your course does an excellent job of getting the Privates ready for the trenches and then some. It covers what might be termed, "the mandatory knowledge of SEO." because all else will fail without it.
- Gary Mullen