Le cours, d'une durée estimée à 1 heure et 30 minutes, vise à sensibiliser et à accroître la capacité des membres de l'UIT, des parties prenantes et des décideurs politiques à répondre aux deux méga-tendances mondiales du vieillissement de la population et de la croissance exponentielle des technologies numériques.
La formation fournit, avec ses 3 modules, une approche globale, ainsi que des recommandations politiques pertinentes pour s'assurer que les personnes âgées sont habilitées par les nouvelles technologies et incluses numériquement.
The focus of this course is to develop an understanding on how IoT devices and AI that connects the real world can support Persons with Disabilities (PWDs). The course aims to bridge the communication gap between PWDs, Older Persons and the society.
The course is designed with keeping in mind the available emerging technologies, such as IoT network and artificial intelligence, the changing health care trends and as we are moving towards society 5.0, and how these technologies can play a vital role in supporting independent living of persons with specific needs.
The training course provides valuable information on how to address the digital inclusion of older persons in the context of the two global megatrends of an ageing population and the exponential rise in digital technologies, which impact each other and will bring related socio-economic changes globally.
The target audience of the training course is ITU members, policy-makers, decision-makers and stakeholders who want to strengthen their capacity on how to address the digital inclusion of older persons by building inclusive and age-friendly digital ecosystems and environments.
This free of charge self-paced course has been designed to be accessible for everyone including by persons with disabilities. To access the course you should previously register in ITU Academy. The course, estimated to about 8h, provides a holistic knowledge on the topic of ICT accessibility through 3 Modules as follows:
The ITU-D Digital Inclusion has developed this on-line certificate based self-paced training course, Web Accessibility: The cornerstone of an Inclusive Digital Society composed of 3 modules: - Module 1: Executive tools for developing a web accessibility policy - Module 2: Essentials of implementing a web accessibility evaluation - Module 3: Technical skills for designing and developing accessible websites.
About this course This self-paced online course on inclusive digital communication during crises and emergency situations has been developed in response to the recent COVID-19 pandemic. It is in line with, and in support to the UN Secretary General Policy on Disability Inclusion and the BDT work in ICT/digital accessibility to ensure digital inclusion. It comprises one module and aims to provide direction and practical guidance on how to develop and deliver inclusive digital communication during times of crisis or emergency.