Prepare for Chef Certification with Linux Academy

The Chef training team is excited to announce that Linux Academy is now offering training to support Chef practitioners interested in becoming a Certified Chef Developer. Linux Academy provides high-quality, in-depth training that is readily available online. This allows you to take a course whenever it is convenient for you.

Access to this training requires a Linux Academy subscription which, in addition to the Chef training, will make their entire catalog of online courses available to you.

Get started: https://linuxacademy.com/cheftraining

Basic Chef Fluency Course

The Basic Chef Fluency course is available now and provides a hands-on experience to managing Chef. It is designed to assist in your preparation for the Basic Chef Fluency Badge exam. This is one of three core badges required for all Certified Chef paths. You will learn concepts that are geared towards the badge requirements using slides, advanced study tools, and Linux Academy lab servers to dive in and start using Chef. The expected time to complete this course is five hours.

We can’t guarantee that this will lead to passing the exam, but it is Chef approved training that maps to the scope of the Basic Chef Fluency badge and exam.

Local Cookbook Development Course

Linux Academy is working to create additional courses to support all of the exams included in the Chef Certification program. We anticipate the Local Cookbook Development course to be available by March 2017.

We hope that you enjoy this new Chef training opportunity. Questions? Reach us at training@chef.io.

Author Brian Turner

Brian is the Director of Learning Services at Chef. He enjoys interacting with Chef practitioners and supporting their learning journey.

  • Christian H

    Is there a RSS feed for your blog?
    Could find it on the page

    • burtlo

      There may be that button somewhere on here. They may not. I do know that https://blog.chef.io/feed/ generates a feed.

      • Christian H

        Thanks!
        EM ROF SKROW (=Works for me)

  • Rajesh Gundeti

    Thank you Chef and Linux Academy