September 26, 2001

LinuxCertified announces training programs for Linux+

Author: JT Smith

LinuxCertified, Inc., a leading provider of Linux training, has announced
the availability of training programs for Linux+ certification. Linux+ is the
latest certification program being offered by CompTIA, a global
association of computing and communication companies. Linux+
certification fills the need for a certification for entry level Linux
professionals and is aimed at personnel with six months of experience
with Linux.

Course developers at LinuxCertified carefully went through all the
objectives being tested in the Linux+ exam. The result was training
in three different formats to suit anyone's training preferences:

Instructor led fast-paced bootcamps,

Distance learning programs and

E-learning program.

LinuxCertified's carefully developed curriculum for Linux training
is also available for use by select training providers.

"We welcome LinuxCertified's launch of Linux+ certification training
offerings," said Lutz Ziob, CompTIA vice president of certification.
"We are confident that Linux+ will become the standard certification
for employers seeking entry level Linux professionals".

Further details about various options for Linux+ training are available
at: ml

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