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MedCerts is always at the forefront of the newest technology, accessibility, and programs. We offer our students the cutting edge so that they can pursue their chosen careers and thrive. And we’ve proven it again with our new Linux Administrator program. As the Linux Administrator launch begins, here’s what you need to know about the new and exciting program.

What is a Linux Administrator?

The new Linux Administrator program is an advanced course designed to help aspiring IT professionals learn the skills they need to be a back-end IT specialists and administrators of the ever-popular Linux operating systems. As a Linux administrator, you will be responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining Linux operating systems for your place of work. By the end of this program, you will be prepared to take the national CompTIA Linux+ certification exam.

Courses Included in MedCert’s Linux Administrator Program

The required course within our Linux Administrator program is the IT-7013 Linux+ course. This course covers the fundamentals of becoming proficient in Linux operating systems and managing those systems for your organization. In the Linux+ course, you will learn how to:

Build, install, and learn to manage software configurations in the Linux system

  • Configure and execute remote system management

  • Perform basic container operations and version control using Git

  • Analyze and troubleshoot network resource, CPU, and memory issues, as well as user access and permissions

  • Summarize the use and purpose of security best practices within a Linux environment

  • Summarize common infrastructure as code technologies and container, cloud, and orchestration concepts

  • Manage software services and explain the use and operation of Linux devices

By the end of this course and the Linux Administrator program, you should be able to complete the CompTIA Linux+ certification exam, which can boost your IT career.

How Long Does the Linux Administrator Program Last?

IT professionals, whether just entering the job force or attempting to move up in their careers, are busy people. Fortunately, our Linux Administrator Program is not a lengthy one. You can learn these skills over four weeks and start making the change you want in your career as soon as you have your certification.

How Much Does the Linux Administrator Program Cost?

The total tuition for the Linux Administrator program is $2,200. This covers all four weeks of training, expert-led videos, competency assessments, and your National Certification exam fee. Your tuition can be covered through grants or monthly payment plans. When you speak with an Education Consultant, you can find payment plans for as low as $128 per month.

Learn More About the Linux Administrator Program and Sign Up Today

If you want your skills in medical or IT fields to truly stay ahead of the curve, work with MedCerts. Want to take your IT career to the next level with a CompTIA Linux+ certification? You can get started with the Linux Administrator Program from MedCerts today. Contact us to request more info or to apply today.

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Written by Dana Janssen
Chief Product Officer

Dana has over twenty (20) years’ experience in Allied Healthcare and Education, and currently serves as the Chief Product Officer for MedCerts where he is responsible for product vision and strategy, research, and development.

Dana joined MedCerts upon its founding in 2009, and has led the research, development, and production of the entire catalog of programs that have helped MedCerts transform the distance learning landscape. Leveraging state-of-the-art technologies and innovative instructional design practices, Dana and his team have pioneered the development of the MedCerts 12 Elements of eLearning. Each MedCerts program contains a proprietary blend of these engaging, interactive, and entertaining elements that effectively accommodate learners of all types. Dana is deeply in-tune with the needs of today’s healthcare employers and is an expert in careers and certifications related to allied health.

Dana holds a Bachelor of Science in Education (BS) degree from Valparaiso University, and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Davenport University. Dana is an avid sports fan and in his free time enjoys mountain biking, woodworking, knifemaking, and spending time with his family and pets.

Published on December 14, 2022


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