Red Hat, a leading developer and provider of Linux-based operating system solutions, has introduced the official Red Hat Certified Engineer qualification (RHCE) for technical professionals in the UK. The RHCE Rapid Track Certification Programme is a fast track certification programme for experienced Unix and Linux technical professionals wishing to obtain Red Hat Certified Engineer status.
Ian Cole, professional services and finance director for Red Hat Europe, said: "Providing training and certification for IT professionals is a strategic part of Red Hat's business model. We believe that building the skills set for Red Hat Linux in the UK and Europe is vital to the widespread adoption of our operating system."
The Red Hat Certified Engineer course is a five-day training and certification course designed to provide intensive hands-on training and certification on Red Hat Linux. The course covers Red Hat Linux installation, basic configuration and administration, advanced installation and configuration, X Windowing, standard networking services and systems administration and security. The RHCE Certification Exam is a practical test of a candidate's ability to implement Red Hat Linux in an operational environment.
Red Hat is offering the five-day course including the one day exam between October and December 1999 at a cost of Â£1,599 plus VAT at a location near London Heathrow. Experienced Linux programmers wishing to attempt theofficial Red Hat Certified Engineer certification exam without undertaking the course can sit the exam only at a cost of Â£485 plus VAT.
For more information about Red Hat certification courses and exams, please contact Joanne Philpott, Red Hat Europe, tel: 00 44 7714 299499 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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