Linux Essentials (LINUX1001) - Blended learning

Blended learning

À qui s'adresse la formation?

Anyone who wants to build upon their existing Linux skills and prepare for certification. Gain hands-on practice with Linux commands through the Linux virtual machine embedded in the course”.


70,00 heure(s)

Langues(s) de prestation


Prochaine session


No Prerequisites.


Gain hands-on experience with Linux commands through the course's built-in Linux virtual machine, as almost all IT jobs require some knowledge of Linux.

The Linux Essentials course covers the fundamentals of the Linux operating system and command line. It teaches students about the Linux operating system, basic open source concepts, how Linux is used, and the basics of the Linux command line. It uses a "learn by doing" approach and gives each learner hands-on access to a Linux virtual machine to practice, explore, and test Linux command line concepts.


Candidates will learn these core skills:

  • Develop a working knowledge of the Linux command line.
  • Install and configure a computer running Linux.
  • Configure a basic network using virtual machines.
  • Configure the basic network using virtual machines running Linux.
  • Perform data management and scripting; learn about interfaces and security; and discover network fundamentals.
  • Prepare for Linux Essentials Exam 010 Version 1.6


The expansion of open source is redefining IT job roles by requiring Linux skills. Knowledge of Linux is an important differentiator for business and IT professionals interested in big data, cloud computing, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, information systems, networking, programming, software development, and more.

While nearly any role benefits from Linux expertise, well-known Linux-focused job profile include:

  • Technical support specialists: System backends consistently operate on Linux, demanding qualified professionals to troubleshoot and manage.
  • Network engineers: Designing innovative networks involves integrating critical Linux operations and features.
  • System administrators: governing systems at scale demands the capacity to manage both Windows and Linux-based environments.
  • Security engineers: Combining security over disparate networks indicates deploying custom-built Linux solutions to safeguard significant data.
  • Software developer are just a few of the possible careers after LPI Certification depending on your previous job and skills.

Having a Linux Certification distinguishes you and demonstrates that you have a firm understanding of the open-source platform. You'll stand out to hiring managers and employers as more companies embrace Linux.

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