The Unix/Linux System Administration course is designed to give experienced Unix/Linux users the skills and knowledge needed to be qualified system administrators. The course is presented in the Linux environment; however, examples from other versions of Unix are given throughout the course.
Participants are introduced to the key procedures of system booting and shutdown, maintaining file systems, backing up the system, maintaining printers, handling software updates, using and configuring NIS, NFS, and more. Hands-on exercises will allow trainee to experience and solve problems in a learning environment. The trainee will deal with and solve real-life problems.
The course will ultimately prepare the trainee to be certified under the world’s largest and most recognized Linux Certification by Linux Professional Institute (http://www.lpi.org/). LPIC-1 is the first certification in LPI’s multi-level Linux professional certification program. The LPIC-1 will validate the candidate's ability to perform maintenance tasks on the command line, install and configure a computer running Linux and configure basic networking.
If the trainee is successful in obtaining this valuable certification, he or she will be able to seek employment with any medium to large corporation to be their system administrator or work as a freelance contractor.
Complete modules will be conducted by experienced and certified IT Instructors within 6 months. The intake for LPI is only in July on yearly basis.
The intake for Linux Administator course is only in July, on Monday of the first week. Application can be made starting from 1st of May and must be submitted before end of June. To apply, please click here.