Category Archives: Certification
Want to learn some Linux, and don’t have cash for a paid online course? Look no further this October! Full, instructor-led courses will be given by Commsupport out of the UK, free of charge. These sessions will be based on the book, Linux Essentials, and structured as follows:
5 minutes—Review of previous lecture’s material
15 minutes—Review and questions
There will be approx 20/25 sessions each a duration of between 60 and 120 mins (Sometimes a little less some times a little more depending on the detail, number of examples and questions asked). If you are interested, be sure to sign up at their main page, and be sure to read the FAQ presented on that page. The Sessions are held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 7:00pm until 9pm GMT ) for weeks (Approx) (Or 3:00pm until 5:00pm EDT). You can chat and ask questions during the session, and the course video capture(s) are available for purchase afterwards.
Can’t get any better than this!
Started a page under the Resources tab above, for information on Linux Certifications to help those seeking certification/accreditation. I started this out of interest for tests that don’t cost 1000+ USD, as I can’t afford many of those. Hopefully this helps people looking for tests. Also started, was a training section for those seeking training. Enjoy!
I have been in search of not just online training, but certifications for Linux. You know, so I can flash a paper in peoples faces like a big boy haha. Well, one low-cost, but accredited certification is the LP-1 certification from the Linux Professional Institute. Test costs are in the range of 150 to 200 USD, which is far less than Linux Foundation, Redhat tests and the like that go into the 1000+ USD range. Below is some useful information. Enjoy!