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Focusing on protecting civilian aspects of cyberspace, this course covers the overarching principles and good practices in drafting, developing, and managing a National Cybersecurity Strategy, based on existing models and frameworks.
This training course empowers start-up and scale-up women entrepreneurs by developing green digital entrepreneurship knowledge and skills in order to increase their economic empowerment. The course is designed to guide participants through the concepts and benefits of green business, green and circular economy and sus tainability concepts. It also explores digital green concepts, how to green supply chains and green finance. This course has been made possible with the support of the Women's Entrepreneurship Accelerator (WEA).
This course aims to improve skills in designing and developing online courses, consisting of 5 modules, including practical tasks and access to multimedia resources for converting face-to-face content into online courses.
In the telecommunications industry, price is no longer the sole factor in purchasing decisions. Service quality plays a key role to all stakeholders and, particularly, in achieving consumer satisfaction. The measurement of Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) is, however, becoming increasingly complex to obtain as quality can be compromised by various factors along the value chain such as with the network infrastructure, the devices and/or applications a consumer is using and other factors influencing a consumer's experience.
Wireless technology now drives the development and diversification of information and communication services for government, industry, and the public. In line with the rapid growth of many wireless services and applications, efficient management of radio spectrum has become more and more important for the socio-economic development of a country. The radio spectrum is a scarce natural resource and foundation for all the new mobile applications, and how efficiently use this crucial asset could decides the flourishment or languishment of new wireless service industries in a country.
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.
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.
This course aims to provide an overview of the global e-waste challenge, including e-waste statistics and legislation based on the latest data from the Global E-waste Monitor and the Global E-waste Statistics Partnership. The course will take approximately 12 hours to complete, and participants will receive a badge certifying successful completion if the course was passed at 70% or higher.
This self-paced course aims to support national stakeholders in developing national Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) policy and regulation. In addition to an introduction and overview, the course consists of the following four modules: 1) Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), 2) Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), 3) Financial Management, and 4) Government Stakeholder Groups and Interests.