There is a shortage of Linux and Open Source professionals and supply cannot keep pace with the demand to prepare professionals for running a mix of operating system platforms. Linux Essentials provides the stepping stone to become a savvy end-user or to move toward achieving LPI's professional certifications
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Evening course, 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks. Course runs from September to December (FC3648A) or January to April (FC3648B) .
Achieving your Linux Essentials credential can assist you with:
A better knowledge of Linux and Open Source an opportunity to explore a lucrative career in Linux and Open Source Competency as a Linux End User. Ability to enhance your marketability as a job candidate (get the interview). Broadening your skill set by combining with other industry certifications.
The Linux Essentials Exam Objectives
Linux - Essentials Part Time Evening
Annual Fees £450
Please note: Fees are for 2018/19 entry and are for home and EU students of all ages. No concessions apply. For more information about financial support for students, please click here.
Visit our website on www.nescot.ac.uk and select Apply Online then complete an online application. Dates of courses will appear on the website on http://www.nescot.ac.uk/it-academies/new-it-academies-courses1.html
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Last updated - 28/02/18