In preparation for the 1982 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Nairobi, Ambassador Michael Gardner asked leaders of major, often competing, U.S. ICT corporations to join together with senior U.S. government officials to provide diverse tuition-free training for qualified communications professionals, regulators, and entrepreneurs from the developing world.
A resource center for USTTI alumni and friends around the world to stay current with the USTTI.
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The USTTI's initial course offerings for 2018 are now available at USTTI.org, and we are accepting applications for our 36th year of tuition-free training.
The 2018 curriculum offers course innovations addressing the Internet Domain
Name System, Internet of Things and 5G Technology! The additions to the
USTTI's 2018 Curriculum will empower USTTI Scholars with the knowledge and
skills to expand their country's connectivity and unlock the full potential
of modern communications.
Importantly, USTTI courses in the areas of spectrum management,
communications policy and regulation, cybersecurity, competition policy,
satellite communications, broadband deployment and emergency communications
have been maintained and expanded.
The USTTI's tuition-free curriculum would not be possible without the
dedication of leaders and subject matter experts from government, industry
and academia in the United States. On an annual basis, these women and men
and their organizations generously volunteer their time, expertise and
resources for USTTI scholars from every corner of the developing world. The
USTTI would especially like to thank our Industry and Government Board
Members: AT&T; Comcast Corporation; The Federal Communications Commission
(FCC); Facebook; Ericsson; Google; GSMA; ICANN; Intel Corporation; Inmarsat,
Intelsat; The Internet Society (ISOC); The National Telecommunications and
Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce; Microsoft; The
Office of International Communications and Information Policy, U.S.
Department of State; QUALCOMM Incorporated; Verizon Communications; and The
Walt Disney Company whose continued support will allow the USTTI to offer
close to 70 tuition-free courses in 2018.
To review the current list of 2018 courses, please click on the "Courses"
section at the top of the USTTI homepage. Upon identifying the courses that
will be of the greatest benefit, submit your 2018 course application by
clicking the "Apply Online" section.
Finally, please know that, in the coming weeks, USTTI will be announcing
additional courses to the 2018 curriculum. If you have any questions
regarding the 2018 curriculum or the USTTI application procedure, please
contact us at: email@example.com.
USTTI - Smart Africa Collaboration
The USTTI and the Smart Africa Secretariat have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The MoU will ensure collaboration between the USTTI and Smart Africa . . .
USTTI Announces Expanded Cybersecurity Training
The USTTI is pleased to announce course 17-225: "Hands-On" Introduction to Protecting Networks from Cyber Attacks . . .
USTTI 2017 Curriculum
The USTTI's 2017 Course Curriculum is now available at USTTI.org , and we are accepting applications for our 35th year of tuition-free training. . .
2016 USTTI Training Report
In 2016, the USTTI trained 224 officials from 64 developing countries. . .
Jim O'Connor Named USTTI President
At today's USTTI Board of Directors' meeting, USTTI Chairman Michael Gardner announced the unanimous vote of the USTTI Board to name James "Jim" O'Connor as President of the USTTI . . .
USTTI May Training Update
The FCC and TCI officially began the USTTI's 2016 first trimester . . .
USTTI's 2016 Course Curriculum Now Online
Check the online catalog and apply today!