Certified Linux Professional
The CLP qualification is obtained by taking a Practicum Examination
subsequent to studying the Novell 3036 (Linux Fundamentals),
3037 (Linux System Administration) and 3038 (Linux Advanced
System Administration) courses.
Mindworks are pleased to be able to offer Bootcamp in July
using a slightly different format to those run previously.
For those who consider themselves novices there will be a
two day course on Saturday and Sunday 1st and 2nd July. People
attending the two day introduction will then attend the Advanced
Bootcamp running from Monday to Friday 3rd to 7th July. The
Advanced Bootcamp will involve two hours work each evening
after dinner. As you will appreciate, there is a lot of material
to cover and so delegates are expected to read the 3036 Linux
Fundamentals Self Study Kit (which will be supplied to you)
prior to the first day of the course. Please note that the
Practicum Examination is not provided as part of the Bootcamp
as past experience has shown that people would prefer to make
arrangements for this separately after they have completed
the course. The Bootcamp is taught using the Self Study Kits
so delegates will have all of the appropriate software to
duplicate the working environments when they finish the course.
All Bootcamps include lunch and refreshments each day. Advanced
Bootcamps also include dinner within the course fee.
Course Kits are charged at £190 plus VAT for academic
customers and £275 plus VAT for all other customers.
Each kit contains materials for the 3036, 3037 and 3038 courses.
Please note that course kits are charged separately from the
course fee as some organisations sending more than one delegate
prefer to purchase one kit between two people.
Delegates are responsible for arranging their own hotel accommodation.
Should you need any assistance please contact Peter Atkins
on 01706 871900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Novice - 1st and 2nd July 2006, Novell Offices in Bracknell
- Advanced - 3 - 7th July 2006, Novell Offices in Bracknell
Each course will be limited to an absolute maximum of nine
The cost of a Novice introduction will be £200 plus
VAT for academics and £250 plus VAT for all other delegates.
The cost of an Advanced Bootcamp will be £780 plus
VAT for academics and £900 plus VAT for all other delegates.
Please note that the delegate fees do no include course kits
Pre-requisites for Advanced Bootcamp
A basic working knowledge of Linux or another Unix operating
system. This should include some knowledge of the following
In addition, knowledge of the following areas will be assumed:
- Command line utilities, e.g the command cd, ls, cp etc.
- File system layout
- An editor, such as Vi
- A good grounding in TCP/IP
- A familiarity with network protocols,. e.g. DHCP, DNS,
- Administration of a live network system
- General networking and security concepts
NB, knowledge of the above can be from any platform (e.g,
Netware or MS Windows
To book a place please follow the ‘Register’
link at the bottom of the page. To reserve a place prior to
booking please call Peter Atkins on 01706 871900.
With a maximum of nine people per course places are very
In order to make this course as accessible as possible, to
as many people as possible, we have reduced the costs to the
point where we need a minimum number of delegates to cover
costs. Please therefore do not make any non-refundable travel
or accommodation bookings associated with this course until
you receive joining instructions from us one week before the
event just in case we have to in the worst case cancel the