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Certified SUSE Linux Professional Live Fire and Exam!



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February 8, 2012 11:55 pm

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Guest Post from: David Coughanour

There’s never been a better time to get certified.

Give your career as a SLES server administrator a boost by getting your SUSE Certified Linux Professional (CLP) certification! The SUSE Training team is offering a new kind of training engagement to help you pass the CLP Practicum test and obtain this valuable certification.

The CLP Live Fire and Exam is a 2-day live classroom event that combines instructor-led training and mentored hands-on practice with an opportunity to take the CLP Practicum exam in the same classroom. On the first day, the instructor demonstrates how to perform the kinds of tasks that are part of the CLP Practicum exam, and then you get to use a Live Fire environment to practice doing these tasks yourself. On the second day you get to take the official CLP Practicum exam in the classroom. In fact, you get 2 chances to take the exam that day, so if you fail the first time, just take it as a learning experience and try it again immediately.

To help you prepare for the exam, when you register for the event you’ll also get access in On-demand to the courses that make up the CLP learning path. You can use these On-demand courses to help you study and review the knowledge you need to have to get the most out of the classroom part of the event.

The first two opportunities to attend the SUSE CLP Live Fire and Exam training will be in the following locations:

Vienna, VA on February 27th & 28th 2012. Register here.

Houston, TX on March 1st & 2nd 2012. Register here.

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