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ESET Authorized Training Center

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Why join ESET Authorized Training Center?

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Online Training

Free of charge online training enables your staff to develop their knowledge and skills.

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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.

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  • Free online training 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

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