[olug] LPI exams at Infotec
bipinbora at gmail.com
Sat Feb 26 13:24:19 UTC 2005
At Vatterott College, we are starting a LPI certification class
starting 2-28-2005. We will have about six total students. We may be
able to look at this test around mid March 2005. I will be personally
teaching that class.
There is another class that is starting for Linux+ on the same date.
That class also has a total of six students! Joe Dowling, our
resident Linux Guru will be the instructor for that class.
What is the time frame?
Also, we have been able to host the past www.GOSQLServer.org monthly
meeting in our campus. We would like to host the Linux users group
too. Please let me know whom to contact!
Thanks a lot!
CT/CP Program Director
11818 "I" Street
On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 00:00:16 -0800 (PST), Aaron Grothe
<ajgrothe at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hey Everybody,
> I was looking through the website for Infotec and noticed that the LPI group WILL be giving a
> chance to sit for the LPI exam at the conference. Disclaimer: I helped faciltate this a bit so
> I'm hoping this is going to be a success, but I'm not getting anything from this and I just made
> some introductions.
> This is going to be a great opportunity to sit for the exam at a major cost reduction, normally it
> is $100.00, but during the conference it is going to be something like $35.00. True to be LPI
> certified you need to pass 2 exams, but this is not a bad place to start.
> A quick summary of the LPI info can be found out at cert cities
> You can take a look at the sessions at
> http://www.infotec.org/2005/sessions.htm and the brochure has the registration form with the
> pricing and stuff in it.
> If you're thinking about getting certified this is a very good certification to pursue, it is
> vendor neutral and has a pretty good organization behind it.
> If anybody is interested in doing the group study thing drop me a line and we'll see if there is a
> big enough group who might be interested.
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