Check Point names Red Education Authorised Training Company of the Year

2 February 2024, Sydney Australia: Check Point Software Technologies has named Red Education as its ATC (Authorised Training Company) of the Year. The announcement was made at the company’s CPX 2024 event in Bangkok.

Now recognised as the leading provider of Check Point training worldwide, in 2024 Red Education is celebrating ten years of working together with Check Point.

Toni Ponder, ATC Partner Program Manager (APAC, EMEA) at Check Point Software Technologies
Toni Ponder

Toni Ponder, ATC Partner Program Manager (APAC, EMEA) at Check Point Software Technologies said, “Red Education continually offers Check Point certification training courses to all our worldwide customer base. There is a trust in knowing our courses are being delivered to our clients at the highest level of excellence. Congratulations on another record-breaking performance in 2023.” 

“After a year of outstanding work from the Red Education team, it is wonderful to see these efforts recognised with this award,” said Mike Baird, CEO at Red Education. “Our Check Point instructors are known to be among the world’s leading experts in Check Point technology, even sharing their knowledge with Check Point’s own engineers at times. Our account managers and operations personnel take great pride in looking after our customers and making sure their student experience and learning outcomes are the best in the business.

I couldn’t be more proud of the team than I am today, receiving this award, and I’m very excited about the opportunities we are planning together with our colleagues at Check Point in the coming year.

I would like to take a moment to say a special thank you to Toni Ponder, the ATC Partner Program Manager in the APAC and EMEA region. Toni has played such a huge role in this success and we are very grateful.”

In 2024 we are celebrating our 10th year of working with Check Point and we are extremely excited to see where the next ten years will take us,” said Baird.

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