The Capacity Building Programme GSMA and the Central Asian Cellular Forum (CACF) based in Islamabad-Pakistan signed a strategic contract to bring GSMA course material in more than a few countries across Central Asia including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
The purpose of the accord signed between the two groups is to help out policymakers, regulators and other mobile eco-system stakeholders keep tempo with the most recent industry developments with training courses that emphasize examples of strategy and regulatory best performance from around the world.
The role of GSMA is to closely analyses policy and regulation associated to mobile telecommunications and ICT and the special effects they have worldwide too as it is the global association of mobile network operators.
The Capacity Building program’s domestic experts have used this information to make high-class guidance and training courses that underline real-world cases of policy and regulatory top practice.
To make awareness and make possible endorsement and development of mobile broadband technologies, Central Asian Cellular Forum is an industry medium that works with telecom regulators, manufacturers, operators, academia and the developer’s society in the community.
The main focus area of the prospect is to hold up the mobile eco-system in constructing technological and HR capacity through mobile broadband technology teaching and support services.
Courses are being offer in both face-to-face and online to permit students utmost flexibility in how they learn by GSMA Capacity Building. The face-to-face courses are conveyed internationally through a series of strategic partnership.
The objective of this contract with CACF is to make bigger the training program in the region. Both organizations look forward to accomplishing combined programs and also towards coach the trainer program all across region.
GSMA Capacity Building is offering following Courses in the CACF Program
- Advance Spectrum Management for Mobile Telecommunications
- Children and Mobile and Technology
- Women and Mobile
- Internet of Things
- Leveraging Mobile to Achieve SDG
- Mobile Money for Financial Inclusion
- Competition Policy in the Digital Age
- Disaster Preparedness and Response
- Mobile for Socio-Economic Development
- Mobile Sector Taxation
- Principles of Internet Governance
- Principles of Mobile Privacy
- Radio Signals and Health
- Weighing the Benefits of Universal Service Funds
To get more info about GSMA Capacity Building program or to registration of an upcoming online course, kindly visit GSMA Capacity Building eLearning portal or you can contact local CACF office at firstname.lastname@example.org