[lpi-discuss] [LPI-News] Linux Professional Institute Offers Free
Certification Exams at LinuxWorld UK
scottl at lpi.org
Thu Sep 15 11:39:19 EDT 2005
Linux Professional Institute to Offer Free Certification Exams at the
LinuxWorld Conference and Expo 2005, London, UK
Toronto, Canada: September 15, 2005 – The Linux Professional Institute
(LPI), (http://www.lpi.org), the world's premier Linux certification
organization will offer free certification testing during LinuxWorld
Conference and Expo on Wednesday, October 5th and Thursday, October 6th
October at Olympia 2, London, England.
This special offer is being undertaken by LPI's UK affiliate--Open Forum
Europe (OFE) (http://www.openforumeurope.org ).
“LinuxWorld is a great venue to promote Linux, Open Source Software and
the importance of recognized professional standards and
vendor-independent certification for Linux professionals,” said Jim
Lacey, Chairman of LPI's Board of Director and the Office of the CEO.
Mr. Lacey added that “LPI exam labs at LinuxWorld provide an excellent
opportunity for us to demonstrate our commitment to provide accessible,
high-quality certification to the Linux community.”
Registered LinuxWorld conference delegates can write the exams free of
charge. Trade show attendees will pay a reduced fee of £25 to write the
exams during the conference, rather than the regular price of £50.
During the exam labs, Open Forum Europe will offer LPI 101 and 201
exams, along with 102 exams for those who qualify and request the
advanced-level testing. All exams will be offered at 10 - 11:30 a.m. and
1.30 – 3:00 p.m. each day in the LPI Examination Rooms, which are
located on the lower ground floor in Olympia 2. Candidates must
pre-register on the LPI website at https://www.lpi.org/en/register.html
to receive an identification number. All exam candidates should bring
valid photo identification and their LPI ID number to the exam lab.
LPI is an official sponsor of LinuxWorld, internationally, and will be
participating in the LinuxWorld Expo where LPI's staff will meet
attendees at the OFE booth (stand number D15). OFE will be giving
advice on Linux and Open Source Software to business, government and
The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) is an internationally recognized,
vendor-independent organization advocating and assisting the
professional use of Linux, Open Source and Free Software, through the
certification of Linux professionals. Established as a non-profit
organization in 1999, LPI is community based and supported.
LPI’s certification program is delivered worldwide in seven languages.
The organization has delivered over 90,000 Level One and Level Two
certification exams, globally, since the program’s inception.
LPI supports affiliates on five continents, including Brazil, Bulgaria,
Jamaica, United States, Japan, Canada, Germany, Australia, China,
France, the UK and South Africa.
For additional information, contact: The Linux Professional Institute
(LPI) (http://www.lpi.org) or LinuxWorld London at
About Linux Professional Institute:
The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) develops professional
certification for the Linux operating system, independent of software
vendors or training providers. Established as an international
non-profit organization in 1999 by the Linux community, LPI develops
accessible, internationally-recognized certification programs which have
earned the respect of vendors, employers and administrators. LPI's
activities involve hundreds of volunteers and professionals throughout
the world in many different capacities, and the group encourages active
public involvement through mailing lists and its website at www.lpi.org.
LPI's multi-level program of exams is administered globally through
Pearson VUE and Prometric testing centers. LPI's major financial
sponsors are Platinum Sponsors IBM (NYSE:IBM), Linux Journal, Linux
Magazine, Maxspeed, Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL), SGI (NYSE:SGI), and
TurboLinux as well as Gold Sponsor Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HWP).
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