Have you any idea of how much something like that costs? I should be able to skip the intro course since ive been using linux for nearly 4 years - i stopped using windows about a year and a half ago.
On Fri, 05 May 2006 08:17:26 -0400, "Shakira Kelly" <kellys5 at wyeth.com> wrote:
> Hi Ollie
>> I did a Novell Training course for SuSe as I needed to certify for
> work, with Synopsis Consulting in Blanchardstown. There is enough in
> the course and the notes to get you thrugh the certification process and
> to give you a reasonably good grounding. If you know Linux or any Unix
> already I would skip the Intro course and possibly the first Admin
> course. The second admin course repeats a lot of the first and it would
> be enough to get you certified.
Does this mean i have to complete the second admin course before i can take the exam or am certified?
>> Shakira Kelly I.T. Specialist
> Wyeth Biopharma
> Tel: + 353 1 4697140
>>>>> <ollie at eillo.org> 05/05/2006 13:07:33 >>>
>> Im just finishing a four year BSC in IT & Business. Iv estarted looking
> for a job & want to get into UNix/Linux admin. I have applied for a good
> few jobs but with no luck. Pretty much all i know about linux is self
> taught & that just doesnt seem to wash well with emplyers or recruitment
>> So now im thing about getting some official training. Has anyone done
> something like this? Are any courses/certificates better than others? My
> budget is limited but im willing to invest. I had a look at the sites
> listed on the site but id like a few personal opinions.
>> Cheers, Ollie.
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