[PLUG-TALK] Pimping my LPI/Linux+ Prep Course

MJang mike at linuxexam.com
Wed May 25 08:19:52 PDT 2011


Folks, 

If you need to get that Level I certification from the Linux
Professional Institute (LPI) on your resume, I've got a course for you. 

Well, seriously, I'll be teaching a LPI Level I continuing education
exam prep course at PCC this summer, starting July 7 (once/week on
Thursdays 5:30p-9:30p), for 9 weeks. It'll be at the SE Center, that
mini-campus on Division/82nd (Mt Tabor Room 118).

To register, you'll need a PCC account. For registration instructions,
navigate to:
http://www.pcc.edu/registration/non-credit-registration.html 

The course is CEU 9603 (CRN 34739). Since the official course
description is based on the obsolete version of the Linux+ exam, I won't
repeat it here.

As some of you may already know, CompTIA has dropped their own Linux
exams, and is using the LPI Level I exams for their certification.

I'll be using this book to teach the course
http://www.amazon.com/LPIC-1-Depth-Michael-Jang/dp/1598639676/ . It is
based on the current 2009 revision of the LPI Level 1 exams. If LPI
repeats past practices, this exam will be current for about another
year.

My book covers each of the objectives listed at
http://lpi.org/eng/certification/the_lpic_program/lpic_1/exam_101_detailed_objectives
and
http://lpi.org/eng/certification/the_lpic_program/lpic_1/exam_102_detailed_objectives 

Many of you have already used Linux at the command line for years and
years, and should already have the skills needed to pass these exams.
Most of the objectives may already be familiar to you. In that case,
I'll be happy to help you with exam strategies. 

But if you've used Linux at the command line for a shorter time, this
course should be more beneficial.

Let me know if you'd like more information. 

Thanks,
Mike 




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