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Additionally, Red Hat will offer a $200.00 discount to eligible veterans who enroll in the training course for the June and July sessions. The first attempt at the RHCE should be taken prior to the end of August 2002, and the cost of that test will be covered under the new approval.
The RHCE program is a performance-based certification program designed to prove competency and confidence in building and managing Linux servers. Research has shown that Red Hat Certified Engineers gain career benefits and earn higher salaries. RHCE recently earned top survey ratings for quality of training and testing from Fairfield Research, Inc. (http://www.certmag.com/issues/jan02/feature_sosbe.cfm).
To learn more about the RHCE exams and enrollment details for eligible veterans, visit /training/
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