Certification Exam Prices Increase July 1 – Lock in Current Pricing

Since we launched our first certification exam in August of 2014 all Linux Foundation performance-based certification exams have been priced at 300. To address the rise in costs associated with administering these exams we will be implementing a modest price increase effective July 1 2021.

All performance-based exams will increase in price from 300 to 375. Bundles of performance-based certifications and their associated training courses will increase from 499 to 575. Bootcamp pricing will also increase in price from 999 to 1200 and the Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate LFCA knowledge-based exam will increase from 200 to 250. We continue to provide the industrys only free-retake guarantee an automatic second attempt if your first is unsuccessful on most exams and are in the process adding other features for exam takers such as an enhanced interface and exam simulation labs.

We strive to make quality open source certifications as accessible as possible so we want to provide plenty of notice and the old pricing will remain in place through June 30th.

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