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Home > News > February 2006 > 20-Feb-2006

Learning Tree launches new Unix course

Learning Tree International has added a new course to its IT curriculum. Entitled 'UNIX: A comprehensive hands-on introduction', the 4-day course is scheduled at Learning Tree's Euston House Education Centre from March, 2006.

Richard Chappell, managing director of the UK-based subsidiary of Learning Tree International, said, "Attendees of this course will be trained in the skills they need to effectively support their organisations' UNIX systems and related applications."

Learning Tree says that during the course participants will be taught how they can:

  • Manage, develop and customise UNIX systems using graphical and command line interfaces
  • Navigate the UNIX directory hierarchy, manipulate files and control file access
  • Interact with and customise the KornShell
  • Use filters and pipes to extract and process information
  • Develop shell scripts to simplify and automate frequent tasks

The initial 2006 course schedule at Learning Tree's Euston House Education Centre includes 21-24 March, 4-7 April, 25-28 April, and 30 May-2 June.

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