Around 90 percent of the Fortune 500 companies are known to use Linux, an open source operating system that’s growing exponentially in usage. Its rising popularity continues to fuel the demand for qualified Linux professionals worldwide. Red Hat, Inc., named by Forbes among the world’s most innovative corporations, remains the global leader in professional Linux education.
Pace Institute, Pannipitiya, which has been producing Red Hat-certified Linux professionals over the past four years, was recognized for excellence in Red Hat Linux training at the recently held Red Hat Training Partner Conference 2017, in Mussoorie, India. It’s particularly notable that Pace Institute beat the other countries in the South Asian region to bag these prestigious awards this year.
These awards bear ample testimony to the wholehearted commitment shown by Pace Institute to the worthy cause of building Red Hat-certified Linux professionals for enterprise excellence.
Pace was also awarded successively over the past two years by Red Hat in recognition of its excellence and proven expertise in producing Red Hat-certified Linux professionals.
Pace CEO/Director Sajith de Silva, Director Kapila Withanage and Chief Red Hat Trainer Rohan de Silva represented Pace Institute at the conference. Speaking on the conferment of these honours by Red Hat, de Silva remarked that the awards underscored the relentless commitment of Pace to producing highly capable and practical Red Hat-certified Linux professionals whom today’s business world can’t do without.
He added that Pace envisioned empowering human capital for enterprise excellence and that towards this end, Pace remains fully committed to identifying and sharpening the skills and competencies of children from their school days. To build impactful professionals who effectively contribute to the corporate growth, apart from Red Hat Linux training, Pace Institute offers professional education and training across numerous disciplines such as digital marketing, web development, career skills development, Java Programming and Microsoft Office applications.
Pace Institute strongly believes that qualifications alone won’t be enough for today’s children to build a brighter future and that real professionals can only be built though skills and competency development that go well beyond the curricula or academic competencies.