We Recommend LPI Certification
The ubiquitous use of Linux in the world today on all types of devices has placed a demand on educational institutes to embed Linux / Open Source into their academic programmes. Schools use Raspberry PIs to teach computing and here at GCU Linux and Open Source tools are an important skill taught to students in a range of undergraduate courses, for example our undergraduate security programmes which prepare them for industry. We are extremely pleased to now partner LPI.David Hendry Senior Lecturer / ICT Academy Director - Glasgow Caledonian University
Curriculum managers need to take on Vendor qualifications so that they can meet increasing demands that organisations pose on their graduates.Sage Lal Head of Computing and Industry Partnerships - Nescot
Through Linux Essentials it is possible to teach concepts of programming via the Power Shell interface. It gives learner’s access to both GUI and command line interfaces, students will gain in depth understanding of Networking concepts and Hardware components
I am pleased to commend the LPIC 1 certification as an essential starting point for any professional on a Linux based career path. At the UK Open University we have been pleased to link our introductory Linux academic module to the LPIC 1 as this has offered our students potential career enhancement.Andrew Smith Lecturer in Networking - Open University
Show that you know how to use Linux. When you have an LPI Certification, you have proven your Linux expertise. 66% of managers believe certifications improve the overall level of service and support offered to IT customers. Similarly, 75% say certifications are important for team performance.
Find a network of training partners and study resources to help you prepare for your Linux certification exam. The fastest easiest and best way to get Certified is by using a LPI approved Partner.
Demand for Linux talent rises again as even more employers say finding those professionals is difficult. There’s Just no substitute for Linux Skills. Read the full 2013 Linux Jobs Report: Pressing Need for Linux Talent at The Linux Foundation.