Chapter 47. Red Hat Training and Certification

Chapter 47. Red Hat Training and Certification

47.1. Three Ways to Train
47.2. Microsoft Certified Professional Resource Center

47.1. Three Ways to Train

Open Enrollment

Open enrollment courses are offered continually in 50+ locations across North America and 125+ locations worldwide. Red Hat courses are performance—based—students have access to at least one dedicated system, and in some courses, as many as five. Instructors are all experienced Red Hat Certified Engineers (RHCEs) who are intimately familiar with course curriculum.

Course schedules are available at http://www.redhat.com/explore/training

Onsite Training

Onsite training is delivered by Red Hat at your facility for teams of 12 to 16 people per class. Red Hat's technical staff will assist your technical staff prior to arrival to ensure the training venue is prepared to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat or JBoss courses, and/or Red Hat certification exams. Onsites are a great way to train large groups at once. Open enrollment can be leveraged later for incremental training.

For more information, visit http://www.redhat.com/explore/onsite

eLearning

Fully updated for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4! No time for class? Red Hat's e—Learning titles are delivered online and cover RHCT and RHCE track skills. Our growing catalog also includes courses on the latest programming languages, scripting and ecommerce.

For course listings visit http://www.redhat.com/explore/elearning


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