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CertForums.co.uk 
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Hosts free active certification forums with links to the best free resources for Microsoft's MCSA MCSE MCDBA Cisco's CCNA CCDA and CCNP, and CompTIA's A+ Network+ i-NET+ and Security+ certifications in the UK.

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Comptia Linux+ 
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CompTIA Linux+ certification is an international industry credential that validates the knowledge of individuals with at least six months of practical Linux experience. Professionals who want to certify their technical knowledge in basic installation, operation and troubleshooting for Linux operating systems should consider this certification. The skills and knowledge measured by this examination were developed with global input to assure accuracy, validity and reliability.

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Linux Professional Institute 
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The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) serves the community of Linux and open source software users vendors and developers, in the interest of increasing and supporting professional use of such software throughout world. LPI will seek to improve the skills and resources of Linux and open source professionals, by providing services and setting standards which are relevant, of high quality and widely accessible.

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Novell Linux Training and Certification 
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ovell offers industry-leading certification and testing in a number of choices from Certified Novell Administrator to Novell Certified Linux Professional. Please feel free to browse these pages and if you need further information.

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Red Hat Linux Certification 
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Red Hat offers the most recognized, acclaimed, and valuable certifications in the Linux space. Red Hat certifications use performance-based testing methods designed to prove competence at real world challenges, ensuring long term success for the individual and organization.

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SAIR Linux 
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Sair Linux is a leader in Linux certification worldwide. SAIR curriculum is developed with professional competencies to meet the demanding needs of today's Linux Professional. The certification testing builds on the foundation of professional competencies to ensure that SAIR Linux Professionals are among the best trained in the Linux community.

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Tech-Unity 
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Tech-Unity offers free computer certification forums, discussions, exams study guides, A+ Network+ MCSE MCSA CCNA study guides, free practice questions

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