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eMCM-3 Legal, Regulatory, Policy <(>&<)> Environment of a Converged Society
eMCM-2 Project Management for ICT
This course is by invitation only. If you are interested in registering to the self-paced course please click here The past two years have shown that digital transformation is no longer optional. It is a central tool for public service delivery, citizen engagement, and catalysing new industries and opportunities. Digital is a key enabler for development in Small Island Developing States, with a crucial role in building their resilience and economic recovery.
This self-paced course is primarily based on the ITU/World Bank digital regulation handbook and platform with a focus on the following aspects: regulatory governance and evidence-based decision-making, competition and economics, consumer affairs, access for all and spectrum management. The scope of this course is limited to the introduction of key aspects of digital regulation to enhance knowledge of participants on the issues at stake and doesn't provide for an in-depth analysis of each regulatory aspects of digital regulation.
This course is aimed at providing guidance for developing table top simulation exercises which will help to test if NETPs and other national strategies for disaster preparedness and response are ready to be used when disasters strike.
This course is to raise awareness on the importance of the Tampere Convention, how to undertake the ratification process as well as the implementation at the national level.
The course is aimed at providing information on how to develop National Emergency Telecommunications Plans through a multi-stakeholder approach including all phases of disaster management.
ICTs for better ageing and livelihood in the digital landscape
Cities, societies and communities are increasingly influenced by the evolution of technology. The term âsmartâ is frequently used to reflect technological progress. Additionally, the smart way to build our world is to ensure âSmart for allâ. This means being digitally inclusive and accessible for all people and empowering everyone through Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) regardless of their gender, age, ability or their context of use.