HRD programme has been hailed as the APT’s most successful and reputed programme to date. It has provided direct benefits to member countries in different areas of expertise and endeavours.
Training is provided in the areas of ICT, Telecommunication Management, Mobile Communication, Multimedia, Telecommunications and ICT Policy and Regulation, Broadband Technologies, IP Services, Rural Telecommunication Techniques, Network Security, Customer Relations and on other topics as identified by members.
Over the period from its commencement in 1980 to the third quarter of 2009, APT has awarded a total of more than 7,200 fellowships under its training and fellowship programmes providing its members an access to quality human capacity building activities and development programmes.
Through the sustained support from the voluntary contributions of its members, including the Affiliates members, coupled with active partnership with the regions’ training centers, the training courses offered by APT have had record numbers of trainees/participants in recent years.
HRD Programme is composed of the following components.
1. Training Courses
Training Courses are mainly composed of lectures and hands on activities, and usually making use of the facilities and resources offered by APT Member countries. Topics or fields are selected based on the requests from APT Member countries and the latest development and demands in ICT sector. Trainees are selected from nominations from APT Member countries.
2. Study Visits
Study visits are mainly composed of technical visits to the facilities in APT Member countries. Topics or fields are selected based on the requests from APT Member countries and the latest development and demands in ICT sector. Participants are selected from nominations from APT Member countries.
3. Events (Workshops, Seminars and Symposia etc.)
Workshops, Seminars and Symposia are held with the view to capacity building inAPT developing Member countries in ICT and other related sectors. Topics are selected based on the requests from APT Members and the needs of the host countries.
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