Distance-learning - UNIX and Linux
|Why Web-based Training||Web-based Training by SYS-ED|
|This service is being developed and marketed based upon the standards and regulations of the New York State Department of Education, Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision: Sections 5001 through 5010 of Education Law and Part 126 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education.|
|IT Training Services|
SYS-ED offers a subset of its industry standard UNIX and Linux curriculum in a web-based learning format. The distance-learning service is an extension of the SYS-ED schedule, inclusive of courseware and training aids. A distance-learning course is 65% lecture, pre and post course assessment, review questions, examples, workshops, and website support services.
UNIX and Linux Curriculum
|Linux Installation, Configuration, and Support||Linux Server Management||UNIX and Linux: Tools and Utilities|
|Linux/UNIX Fundamentals - 1||Linux/UNIX Fundamentals - Level 2||UNIX: System Administration|
|UNIX: Network Administration|
|Solaris: Fundamentals||Solaris 10: New Features||Apache Server: Installation and Administration|
|Linux/UNIX: Shell Programming||Perl Programming||Perl Programming - Advanced|
|Linux/UNIX Programming||Linux/UNIX Programming - Advanced||Linux/UNIX Environment: C Programming|
|Object Oriented Analysis and Design||C++ Programming||C++ Programming - Advanced|
Open Source Software Curriculum
|UNIX and Linux - summarized||XML||Java|
Interrelated Information Technology Curriculum
|Database||MS Networks||Web Servers|
Curriculum - Software Companies which utilize UNIX, Linux, and Open Source Software
|Oracle Software - Oracle Corporation||WebLogic - Oracle Corporation|
|Db2 - IBM Corporation||WebSphere and Rational - IBM Corporation|
Enrollment requires a consultation with the manager sending the employee for the training. The prospective trainee needs to be qualified for the course and service transmission to the client location tested: bandwidth, firewall, base operating system, software requirements, web browser, and set up of machine exercises. SYS-ED reserves the right to deny enrollment in its courses.
Additional information can be obtained by completing the request form.