ESET® AUTHORIZED TRAINING CENTER SERVICE

ESET online training platform

110m+
users worldwide

400k+
business customers

200+
countries & territories

13
global R&D centers

ESET Authorized Training Center

Request access to the ESET online training platform to improve the skill-set of your sales force and customer care representatives, who will obtain official ESET training and certification.


Why join ESET Authorized Training Center?

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Online Training

Free of charge Accessible online training materials enable your staff to develop their knowledge and skills.

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Certification

Upon successful completion of the training and passing the test, all participants receive certification.

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Benefits

ESET certification opens the door to a range of benefits, offered by ESET partners in their respective countries.

Mitsubishi logo

protected by ESET since 2017
more than 9,000 endpoints

Allianz Suisse logo

protected by ESET since 2016
more than 4,000 mailboxes

Canon logo

protected by ESET since 2016
more than 32,000 endpoints

T-com logo

ISP security partner since 2008
2 milion customer base

Benefits for partners

  • Free Access online trainings developed by security experts
  • Resolve most technical issues directly and easily
  • Increase customer satisfaction
  • Respond quickly to customer demands
  • Become an expert on ESET products

Explore our training offer

Please leave us your contact details and we will suggest suitable trainings to fit your requirements.
No commitment.

Global Partner Program trainings

Certified ESET B2B Sales Professional

Aimed at sales consultants, account managers or sales engineers. Provides deeper understanding of the benefits and features of core ESET business solutions in order to address the needs of potential business customers. 

Certified ESET Managed Client Security Specialist

Designed for IT administrators and others who manage ESET security products and malware protection remotely, using ESET PROTECT. Covers ESET PROTECT components, their configuration and utilization. 

Certified ESET Windows Server Security Specialist

Intended for administrators of MS Exchange Server and users of ESET Mail Security for MS Exchange Server. Provides an overview of ESET Endpoint protection, ESET PROTECT, ESET Mail Security for MS Exchange and ESET Secure Authentication. 

Certified ESET MSP Administrator Specialist

Designed to guide IT administrators through ESET's ecosystem for managed service providers (MSPs). Provides information on the ESET MSP Administrator (EMA) portal and utilization of ESET PROTECT for MSPs’ daily business. 

Certified ESET Inspect Optimization Specialist

Intended for technical staff like security analysts, administrators, network specialists. Provides insight into how to use ESET Inspect, in particular by optimizing the environment.

Certified ESET Endpoint Encryption Specialist

Designed for administrators and support specialists using ESET Endpoint Encryption Server. Delivers a full understanding of ESET Endpoint Encryption Server capabilities for encryption in the business environment. 

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