Caldera Education Refreshes Linux and UNIX Certification
Apr 24, 2002, 01:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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LINDON, Utah--April 23, 2002--Caldera Education Services, a
practice of Caldera International, Inc. (Nasdaq: CALD) Global
Services, has expanded its certification program by adding
industry-standard Linux certification tracks, including Linux
Professional Institute (LPI) Level 1 and CompTIA Linux+
certifications. Caldera's certifications offer IT professionals the
latest industry-standard education opportunities for both Linux and
UNIX. The expanded certification program also refreshes OpenServer
and UnixWare/Open UNIX 8 certification tracks.
The certification program incorporates three levels:
- Certified System Administrator (CSA), formerly known as
- Advanced Certified Engineer (ACE); and
- Master ACE.
Each level now includes a Linux and UNIX tracks and has one exam
"IT professionals who complete their CSA, ACE and Master ACE
certifications will increase tremendously the value they provide to
their organizations. Additionally, they will find more diverse job
opportunities and gain competitive advantages through these
highly-developed competencies," said David Acheson, director of
Education Services, Caldera. "Our tracks are industry-standardized,
which is critical to today's IT professionals and employers when it
comes to Linux and UNIX expertise."
Because of the synergy between Linux and UNIX, shell programming
has been added to the ACE certification track. Caldera?s Linux
track adopts industry-standard certifications and incorporates the
latest courseware, including the recently announced Caldera
OpenLearning Courseware for Linux. All Caldera OpenLearning
Providers around the globe are equipped to help certification
candidates complete their certification, and many of the Providers
are Prometric and VUE testing centers. This allows the candidates
the convenience of taking the exams at the OpenLearning Provider's
"Caldera demonstrates time and time again its commitment to
industry standards," said Chuck Mead, president, LPI. "The
inclusion of LPI industry-standard certifications into their
certification tracks exponentially benefits the education of the
students and IT professionals involved."
While CSA and ACE candidates can certify to be either Linux or
UNIX competent, Master ACE graduates will prove both Linux and UNIX
competencies, in accordance with industry-standard education.
"Considering how complementary Linux and UNIX technologies are,
Caldera is ingenious for offering a certification track that
qualifies candidates to operate in both," said Brian Lewis, Linux
and UNIX instructor and owner of Shogomoc Systems in Minneapolis,
Minn. "Intense, yet worth the effort from both instructor and
student, Caldera offers premium Linux and UNIX education training
for Master ACE candidates."
Please visit http://www.caldera.com/education
to learn more about Caldera Education Services.