Abdel Sadki is a Senior Instructor and a member of the Red Education European IT training team based in Paris, France. Abdel has joined Red Education with an extensive IT background, with more than 15 years of international experience in Networking. He started training Cisco courses while working in Saudi Arabia, before diversifying into Juniper, Palo Alto, and Extreme networks. He has been awarded the Cisco Distinguished Instructor award in consecutive years.
Amit Singh is a highly experienced member of our Instructor team based in Bangalore, India. His area of expertise is Storage/SAN Training and Implementation, having worked for over eleven years in the storage industry. He has been delivering training in the field for more than five years, including the last two with Red Education in India.
The ‘ton of joy and happiness’ that comes with the moment when a student grasps a new skill that they have been struggling with is what motivates Johnnee Sim, one of our senior instructors based in Singapore and specializing in Avaya technology. Although he has many years of experience in training, Johnnee started his career on a very different track, as a pilot in the military.
Muhammad Cordiaz has joined our team of instructors with the hope of eventually training students in Amazon Web Services (AWS). He is based in Pamulang, 30km outside Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta. Muhammad says that he has wanted to teach since elementary school, where he was inspired by his teachers who ‘taught from the heart’ and who passed on to him the passion to share his knowledge with others.
Arpit Sharma is based in Sydney, Australia, and has extensive experience consulting in a variety of technologies for major corporations across the globe. He joined Red Education in 2021 as we grow our instructor team working with F5 network security solutions. Arpit is passionate about training and enjoys being able to share his knowledge and experience with his students.
When Ahmed Hassan was at school, his friends said they wanted to be firemen or astronauts. Ahmed, on the other hand, didn’t know what he wanted to do. One thing he did know, however, that he wanted to help people. He just didn’t know how. Years later, his peers were struggling to learn programming at university. When Ahmed agreed to help, events took an unexpected turn…