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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.
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 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 course engages parents in understanding the nature of children's online engagements, focusing on reducing risks and safeguarding children online.
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.
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 online self-paced course provides a comprehensive overview of the 5G technology and its potential to bring social and economic growth to developing countries. Through ten videos covering topics such as enabling technologies, 5G applications, network architecture, core network, and access network, learners will gain knowledge and insights into how 5G can bridge the digital divide, improve healthcare, education, and agriculture, and enhance overall economic growth.
One of the many barriers that persons with disabilities face in accessing employment opportunities is that many career sites and job portals do not contain accessible digital content and have not been designed and developed with ICT accessibility requirements in mind. Employers committed to inclusive employment need to be aware of this. Guaranteeing that job portals meet the necessary accessibility requirements is critical for persons with disabilities to enter and thrive in the labour market.
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.