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The course is Intended for policy-makers, decision-makers, innovators and ecosystem builders who wish to build thriving entrepreneurial communities that can navigate technological revolutions and create competitive ICT industries. The course introduces key terminologies, concepts, tools and steps to assess your country's innovation capacity through practical information. Upon completion of the course, you will understand: Innovation, digital ecosystems and digital transformation, and their relationship to national development priorities.
Aimed at parents and guardians, this course covers child online behaviours, threats, and risks, helping to build open conversations about cyber safety in the family setting.
This course engages parents in understanding the nature of children's online engagements, focusing on reducing risks and safeguarding children online.
Designed for policy-makers, this course focuses on child online behaviours, threats, and risks associated with cyberspace, aiming to develop national policies and strategies that are holistic, inclusive, and evidence-based.
Tailored for professionals in the education sector, this introductory course on Child Online Protection addresses online risks and provides guidance on shaping positive digital practices among young people.
This course is designed to help educators better understand the risks related to Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (further - OCSEA), and how the educational environments can be used to prevent children from harm associated with OCSEA.
This self-paced online course on inclusive digital communication during crises and emergency situations has been developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This health crisis has revealed the importance of ensuring that every person can access and utilise digital information provided through digital platforms, which in these situations could be vital. The world is facing an unprecedented experience in which Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are, in certain circumstances, almost the only possibility for people to communicate with one another.
Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have become a part of everyone's life as the primary means for communications, information sharing, transactions, education, and entertainment, regardless of one's age, gender, or ability. Therefore, it is essential to know how to communicate with each other in a digitally inclusive way mainstreaming ICT accessibility as the key to achieving a digitally inclusive world. To achieve inclusive communication, ICT accessibility requirements, principles and standards should be fully considered and implemented.
The training course aims to raise awareness of and increase the capacity of ITU members, stakeholders and policy-makers to address the two global megatrends of population ageing and the exponential rise in digital technologies. Through its three modules the training provides holistic information and guidelines to support all stakeholders' efforts to ensure that older persons are empowered by new technologies and are digitally included.
Every day we see how Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) impact our lives and participation in society by the way we work, learn, purchase our goods, listen to the news, or communicate with one another. Access to information is a fundamental human right. Our world is digital, and most of the information we receive is through digital platforms, such as websites. For this reason, web accessibility has never been as crucial as it is today. The accessibility of websites is key to ensure equal and equitable access for all people to ICTs and their related products and services.