May 29, 2002

The Training Camp announce LPIC Level II certification

Christopher D. Porter writes: The Training Camp, the world
leader in accelerated information technology training, today announced plans to
deliver an advanced Linux Training Camp.

"Our vision is to meet industry demand for both advanced security and Linux
training, giving us the distinction of being the only IT training provider to
deliver accelerated, instructor-led certification training for several exciting
new programs," said Edward F. Denzler, President and CEO of The Training Camp.
"Our current success with our Linux LPIC Level I training program allows us to
leverage our experience, intellectual capital, and customer base to make this
advanced program extremely marketable."

"As Linux has moved from fad to fact in the business world, it is being
considered and implemented by the complete range of companies and
organizations," Brunson said. "Attendees of The Training Camp's programs will
gain a comprehensive and practical understanding of what it means to fully
utilize Linux?s strengths and how to overcome its challenges."

Training Camp attendees averaged a 96% first-time pass rate for the Linux LPIC
exams. After completing LPI?s Level I certification, IT professionals must pass
two additional exams to become LPIC Level II certified.  The Training
Camp's Advanced Linux LPIC Level II program will be 7 consecutive days in
duration, running Monday through Sunday, and will include onsite testing.

About The Training Camp
The Training Camp is the business operating name for Knowledge Key Associates,
Inc., a privately held company providing accelerated information technology
training and certification testing services for corporations, government
organizations, and information technology (IT) professionals. For more
information, visit The Training Camp on the Web at
Information on the Training Camp's UK operation can be found at

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