SUSE Certified Instructor Program
Welcome to the new SUSE Certified Instructor (SCI) Program.
SCI Program Overview
To apply to the SCI program please review the flowchart above to understand the program requirements then follow the steps below to make an application to the SCI program.
Step 1: Candidates must have a SUSE Certified Engineer 12 (previously called CLP) technical certification before applying to the program. If you do not currently hold a suitable certification then first obtain the required certification. Applications from candidates without the SCE12 certification will be rejected.
Step 2: Apply to the program. Complete the online form available here
Step 3: Depending on the specific details of your application your teaching skills will be reviewed and assessed as required.
Please refer to the SCI Program Guide for full details of the program and requirements. We recommend that all applicants review this guide prior to application.
SUSE Certified Instructor Logos
Logos are available for use on websites, business cards and so on. Various graphic file formats can be downloaded from here. (Login Required)
SUSE Certified Instructor Events Schedule
To access the current schedule of events and Train the Trainer sessions which are scheduled for SCIs click here
Instructor Course Materials
SUSE Course materials are available to authorized SCIs. Access is controlled based on your teaching authorization status. To access course materials you must hold a teaching authorization for at least one class in the course group (Linux, Cloud, Storage, Management).
Access SUSE Course Materials (Login Required)
New SUSE Course Releases for May 2017
SUSE are pleased to announce two new courses for May 2017. These are the SOC301 SUSE OpenStack Cloud Advanced Administration and the SES301 SUSE Enterprise Storage Advanced Administration courses. Both are 2 day classes and will be available in the first week of May.
SCI Course Authorization Requirement Update
The two new courses will be available for existing SCIs to teach with provisional authorization for those who meet the requirements given on the authorization page.
Please also note that SCIs who have provisional authorization for Storage, Management and Cloud courses are required to complete the SCA certification exams in these topics to remain authorized. Provisional authorization will expire at the end of June 2017 for the SOC201, SOC202, SES201 and SMGR201 courses. Please ensure that you have taken your exams and notified firstname.lastname@example.org that you have obtained the relevant SCA certification.
SCI Program Webcast – 17th August 2016
If you were unable to attend the SCI Program webcast or wish to review the content, the recording is now available for download here. (Login Required)
Teaching Authorization Requirements
A key aspect of the SCI program is authorization to teach specific courses. To review the authorization requirements for currently available SUSE Training courses use the Course Authorization Requirements table.
SCI Program FAQs – May 2017.
I have been de-authorized from the SCI program because I did not update to SCE 12. How do I rejoin the program?
To rejoin the SCI program simply update your technical certification to SCE 12 and then contact SCI program support to ask for reinstatement to the SCI program. Reinstatement is at the discrection of the SCI Program Manager.
I cannot access course files which I am authorized to teach, how do I fix this
Send your login name and certification ID to SCI program support using the email address below.
Now that a CCR has been announced, what will happen if I did not update my certification by 31st December 2016?
SCIs who did not meet the CCR requirements by the deadline of 31st December 2016 have been expired from the program, and will no longer be authorized to teach SUSE courses or access any of the program benefits. To rejoin the program at a later date you will need to follow the processes outlined in the Program Guide related to expired status.
I have a question about the SCI program – who can I ask?
There is a new dedicated email support address for the SCI program. Please email SCI Instructor Support for assistance.