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Everywhere enterprise IT is headed, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is there. From the public cloud to the edge, it evolves to bring flexibility and reliability to new frontiers. This is the stable foundation for untold innovation.

From Linux training to DevOps certification, we have a hands-on training and practical certification path at affordable price to fit your career goals.

We designed our trainings to enrich the industry readiness level of students making them employable, by focusing on job-oriented IT Courses including Linux Administration, DevOps Tools, Cloud Engineering and Cyber Security.


Level 1 Linux Course

Gain sufficient skill to perform core system administration tasks on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
This course does not require any previous Linux experience.

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Level 2 Linux Course

Expand and extend on skills gained during the Level 1 course.
This course goes deeper into Linux administration, including filesystems and partitioning, logical volumes, SELinux, firewalling, and troubleshooting.
Build skills needed by an RHCSA-Certificate Exam Preparation Course

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Rapid Track Linux Course

This is an accelerated course is designed for IT professionals with significant exposure to Linux.
Studentsn should be comfortable with running common Linux commands from the shell prompt.
Students lacking this knowledge are strongly encouraged to take Level 1 instead.

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Red Hat Ansible

system administrators, developers and DevOps engineers who need to automate provisioning, configuration, application deployment, and orchestration.
Students will learn how to install and configure Ansible on a management workstation and prepare managed hosts for automation.

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Changing Careers into IT

Switching to a career in IT is within your reach, even if it may seem daunting. Anyone with the desire to get an IT job can find one that suits their unique skills, talents and interests. There's a good chance that many of the soft skills you already have apply to a career in IT. One of the best things about IT careers is the absolute number of them. You just have to identify the right one for you and make a plan to acquire the experience and/or training you need to market yourself to hiring managers. Here are some specific steps you can take for successfully switching careers into IT.

Determine What You Want out of
an Information Technology Career

What are you passionate about? How much money do you want to be earning? What makes you happy in a professional sense? Helping people? Solving problems? Being able to show off your creative side? These are questions you should ask yourself as you begin to research possible career options. You need to take a personal inventory of everything you desire out of a job and really ask yourself, “what career is best for me?”.

Pick a Job Role That Aligns with What You Want

This involves research. Read IT job descriptions and talk to Guru Syed to figure out which technology job best meets your needs. Do your due diligence in terms of research. This could entail watching day-in-the-life videos on YouTube or attending informational webinars about IT careers and technology trends.


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    A gritty, resolute and winning attitude to do the unthinkable.

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    An approach inspired by the best to conquer the digital mountain.

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    Passionate to the bone about everything digital and beyond.


Research the Training You'll Need and Compare Training Options

You may be able to self-study in your spare time at home and pick up necessary skills using internet. You may also benefit from enrolling in classes or tech boot camps or reading books that teach IT skills.

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Tailor Your Resume to IT

Talk to People Who Have the Job You Want

Scan your LinkedIn network and talk to friends and family about your desired career change. Find someone who has the job you want and reach out to them to see if they'll meet up for an informational interview. This will help you figure out how they got the job you desire and help you start thinking about how you can replicate the steps they took to successfully secure the position.

Consider Getting a Guru

You can seek out a guru in your desired career role by joining a professional organization. A guru can help coach you through doing what you need to do to properly make the switch to your dream career. A guru can also help you network with the right people and set the right goals for yourself as you acquire skills and look for jobs.

Consider Getting Certified

Research and identify any applicable certification options. To start figuring out what kinds of certifications are out there and how those certifications can help make you a more marketable job candidate. The right certifications on your resume can make a world of difference if you're changing your career drastically.

Get Hands-On Experience

Hands-on experience does not have to come from a full-time, paid position. You also can get it from volunteer positions, apprenticeships, part-time jobs and internships. Reach out to companies that could use your assistance while allowing you to learn on the job. Most IT jobs don't offer paid training at the beginning of your employment, but some do. Look into your desired field and see if employer-sponsored training is a possibility.

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