LPI and BSD Certification Exams - OLF 2013
Once again this year the Ohio LinuxFest will be hosting LPI and BSDA certification exams.
All exams will take place starting at 11:00 on Sunday, September 15, in room C216 in the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
LPI is offering exams at a discounted rate of $99 per exam (regularly $178), except for LPI-301 which will be $219 (regularly $260). A full description of LPI's Linux certification program and the Linux Essentials "Certificate of Achievement" may be found at: http://www.lpi.org/linux-certifications
Exams will be offered at 11:00 AM.
Advance registration and PayPal payments for LPI exams at the Ohio LinuxFest are available by emailing LPI at events_at_lpi.org. Please indicate preferred exam(s) when registering for the exam labs. To participate in an exam lab, a candidate must have an LPI ID which may be obtained at: https://cs.lpi.org/caf/Xamman/register
An LPI Cram Session is available on Friday, September 13th, as part of OLF Institute, which is designed to cover the materials needed to pass LPIC-1. To take this class you must buy the professional registration.
The Professional registration does not include the cost of the exams.
The BSD Certification Group (BSDCG) is pleased to offer the BSDA
certification exam to attendees of Ohio LinuxFest.
The exam will be paper based and in English. Exam candidates should be proficient in the BSDA Certification Requirements and the Command Reference, both of which are available for free download from http://www.bsdcertification.org/certification/certification/bsd-associate.
Participants need to register for a BSDCG ID at
https://register.bsdcertification.org/. Once you have an ID, you can choose an exam location and pay for the exam.
The exam price is $75 USD and payable through Paypal or credit card.
Exams will be held on Sunday, September 15 at 11:00 in room C216 in the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
About the BSD Certification Group
The BSD Certification Group (BSDCG) is a non-profit organization
committed to creating and maintaining a global certification standard
for system administration on BSD based operating systems. The BSDCG works with the BSD and sysadmin communities in order to provide a practical and relevant certification.
The BSDA certification is designed to be an entry-level certification
on BSD Unix systems administration. The successful BSDA candidate is able to complete common administrative and troubleshooting tasks and has a good understanding of general BSD Unix and networking