Linux Professional Institute (LPI) welcomes Fujitsu Learning Media as a Training Partner
Linux Professional Institute (LPI), the world's largest organization focused on certifying and supporting skill development among open source engineers, announced today that Fujitsu Learning Media, Inc. (Learning Media) will expand their business of training Linux engineers, along with signing an LPI-Accredited Training Partner (LPI-ATP) agreement.
Fujitsu Learning Media offers a variety of courses to help Linux technicians acquire the skills needed for certification. Fujitsu Learning Media will also begin selling vouchers for the LPI certification exam online. The partnership agreement is being implemented under the partner program announced in October 2018, with more than 50 certified partners already signed in the country and more to come.
Fujitsu Learning Media's Linux Technician Training Course will cover;
- An introduction to UNIX/Linux (UMI11L): 3-day course, 76,000 yen (tax not included)
- Programming of shells - aiming at efficient use of UNIX/Linux (UMI23L) 2-day course, 61,000 yen (tax not included)
- An introduction to management of Linux system (UMO04L), 3-day course, ¥108,000 (tax not included)
G. Matthew Rice, President of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Japan
LPIC is the global standard for Linux certification, with 200,000 certified individuals worldwide. LPIC is aiming to increase the number of certificants in Japan and provide more opportunities for people to become certified. We are delighted to partner with Fujitsu Learning Media, an expert in human resource development, and we expect to see many more people pass their training courses.
Mr. Katsuhisa Furukawa, Executive Officer, Fujitsu Learning Media Limited
We welcome the signing of a certification training partner agreement with the Linux Professional Institute (LPI). We believe that by further expanding the courses available for LPIC certification, we will be able to support the increase in the number of people obtaining certification in Japan and contribute to the further improvement of the technical skills of Linux engineers.
About Fujitsu Learning Media
As one of the largest comprehensive human resource training companies in Japan, we provide total solutions for corporate human resource development. We offer approximately 1,800 open courses ranging from "IT Technical Skills" to "Human Business Skills" to approximately 104,000 students per year for companies, public institutions and organizations in all industries. https://www.fujitsu.com/jp/group/flm/
About the Linux Professional Institute (LPI)
LPI is the global organization for certification standards and career support for open source professionals. With 200,000 certification holders, it is the world's first and largest Linux and open source certification authority. LPI has certified professionals in more than 180 countries, delivering exams in multiple languages, and has hundreds of training partners.