Hands on training experience in a Datacenter like lab setup
Seminars, workshops and expert talks
Hands on Learning in a virtual datacenter environment
Because nobody knows Red Hat better than a certified training partner! As a Red Hat premier business partner and the only Red hat certified training partner (CTP) in West Africa, we work with our clients from the initial IT assessment and strategy development to the implementation and support of their tailored business IT solution.
Red Hat Linux (Admin I & II) training by Virtual Nigeria was
one of the most tedious, hands-on & fun-filled training I have had in a
very long time. No wonder they are the only certified Redhat training
partner/instructors in West Africa. The course was well structured with
wonderful tutors and admin staff.
I will give them a five(5)-star 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Linux/Windows Enterprise System Engineer
Comment: Having the confidence that you have a Trainer who is open
mindedly ready to impact his/her knowledge to the best of his ability
and as well learning in a condusive environment.
Unix Administrator/Datacenter Officer at Polaris Bank Limited
Good environment and Professional Examiner
Great Examiner, people, and environment
Simplification of the training material by the trainer
The Class was very interactive
Excellent Presentation of modules,
Down to Earth Explanation of Modules,
Good Interaction with Trainees,
He was able to ensure every student understood the subject matter and to express themselves.
You will be satisfied to see our funfacts
Students have trained with Virtual Nigeria
Years of experience providing world-class services
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