June 9 Webinar on Getting Linux Certified - Tips, Tactics, and Practical Advice
More and more professionals are preparing for certification to fill in gaps in their Linux knowledge, build confidence, and prove to to their management team or hiring managers that their skills are sharp. According to the latest 2016 Open Source Jobs Report from The Linux Foundation and Dice, 76% of open source professionals believe that certifications are useful for their careers, while 44% percent of hiring managers report that candidates holding certifications were more likely to be hired.
But despite all the compelling evidence that certifications are valuable for career advancement or making it past the “HR Firewall” some professionals are still reluctant to attempt to pass their certification exam. Whether the roadblock is fear of failure or uncertainty about how to properly prepare, The Linux Foundation is committed to addressing those challenges and helping you succeed.
Join us for a webinar session on Thursday, June 9, 2016, at 10 a.m. Pacific, focused on tips, tactics, and practical advice that will give you the confidence to take the leap to commit to, schedule, and pass your next certification exam.
By attending this session, you will learn:
how certifications can help you reach your career goals
which certification is right for you: Linux Foundation Certified SysAdmin or Engineer?
strategies to thoroughly prepare for the exam
how to avoid common exam mistakes
the ins and outs of the performance certification process to boost your exam confidence
Once you register, you’ll receive an email with important information about the webinar, in this email you’ll also find a link to submit your certification questions early, for a better chance of having the topic addressed on-air.
Ready to get started with certification now? Linux Foundation Training is offering a new course, LFS211 Linux Networking and Administration to help prepare senior Linux sysadmins to pass the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exam, which comes bundled with the new course.