I just bought the course from Qazi and before I say more let me say I'm not done with the course and am only about half way through.
Having said that this is my initial thoughts:
So far it's all over the place. If you don't know Resolve pretty well already, forget it--- He promotes it as even for beginners and I don't think that's true.
Qazi is not a teacher/trainer, that's obvious. It's more of 'watch me work' kind of workshop thing... but he's all over the place, as I said. It's not a structured progressive course, it's more of a jump in halfway and go from there.
So far I've definitely learned some stuff but I've had to go outside the class and do a little research to figure out how that would work (such as using parallel nodes when refining skin tones) and why it works. I feel like I need to take everything he does and go learn why it did what it did so I can understand it and how I might use it elsewhere.
I think he's a good colorist but I don't think he's a teacher. I look to courses I've taken that I've come away from feeling like I not only learned a lot but got my money's worth like Ripple Training's Core Davinci Resolve course. It's planned out and I feel like I got a solid understanding of the whole program and the basics I need to work well with the software. I consider them good teachers/trainers.
My initial thought is this is more like an advanced workshop than a course. He does offer access to a facebook group and offers reviews of work as part of this course.
Once again: I'm not done with the class but considering Qazi offers a 30 day money back guarantee I'll probably take advantage of it. I'd be happy to report back when I've completed it if anyone wants.
Hope that made sense and was of some help.