USTTI's 36th Training Year set to begin!
February 22, 2018
The USTTI will begin our 36th year of tuition free training on April 12th, with our bedrock Spectrum Management Sequence. With courses taught by the GSMA, the Federal Communications Commission and TCI International, the six week tuition-free program will provide developing country officials with the technical foundation to develop spectrum policy for their country.
Digital Transformation: Unlocking the Potential of IoT taught by Verizon!
The USTTI is pleased to announce a new course for 2018 - Digital Transformation: Unlocking the Potential of IOT.
Led by subject matter experts from Verizon, course participants will learn about the importance of IoT in accelerating digital transformation. The wide range of technologies that are driving the deployment of IoT and the innovative services enabled by these technologies will also be discussed. USTTI scholars will also have the opportunity to explore IoT services in a technology center setting. The course will cover public policies that foster the deployment of IoT by creating an environment that attracts investment and removes regulatory barriers to enabling these of innovative services.
Applications for this intensive one-day session, that will take place on May 9th, can be submitted HERE.
Immediately following the USTTI's Spectrum Management courses, USTTI's first Mobile Broadband training sequence of 2018 will begin, lead by the Federal Communications Commission and USTTI Corporate Board Members: Ericsson, the GSMA, Inmarsat, Microsoft Corporation and Verizon.
Course sponsors are still reviewing applications for these highly popular first trimester courses, so please submit your application HERE as soon as possible. If you have any questions regarding the 2018 curriculum or the USTTI application procedure, please contact us at: email@example.com.
USTTI @ the 2018 GSMA Mobile World Congress
The GSMA's 2018 Mobile World Congress will be held in Barcelona, Spain from February 26th to March 1st. As part of the Mobile World Congress, the GSMA conducts a Ministerial Programme for Regulators, Ministers, CEOs, and policymakers from around the world to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the mobile sector.
The USTTI will be represented at the Ministerial Programme by Jim O'Connor. On Tuesday February 27th, Jim will participate in a discussion of Regulatory Skills to Encourage Innovation. Jim will also conduct a series of meetings with USTTI alumni who are attending the Mobile World Congress to discuss the USTTI's 2018 Curriculum and our ongoing collaboration with the GSMA.