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As the Official Learning Partner for AfricaCom, Telecoms & Tech Academy will be delivering three leading-edge learning programmes, designed specifically for the event.
Telecoms & Tech Academy, part of KNect365 Learning, is a leading provider of telecoms and technology learning solutions, having helped over 10,000 professionals advance their careers. Anyone who’s anyone in African telecoms will be attending AfricaCom to absorb three days of thought-provoking content and the latest tech and now, via the partnership between the two sister companies, will be able to develop their skills.
Telecoms & Tech Academy will be delivering three courses throughout the event, each created with a specific audience in mind, with the agenda crafted to deliver an immersive learning experience.
This 5-day programme is the leading training course delivered by Telecoms & Tech Academy, with over 350 leading operators, vendors, service providers, regulators and industry associations having benefited from their enrolment.
Running from 6th -10th November, the Telecoms Mini MBA provides delegates with the latest market data and analysis from Ovum. Learners will receive an Accreditation from the University of Derby, with the option, via further studying, to obtain a Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Telecoms Management. Those enrolled will also receive a Gold Pass to the AFest, with time built in to attend the conference.
The course is delivered with deep dive sessions to tackle the key industry issues and via a small group approach, focusing on case studies and an engaging Business Simulation exercise to emulate real world scenarios.
Learn more about the Telecoms Mini MBA at AfricaCom and access the full agenda.
Held over 2-days, from 6th -7th November, this programme provides an in-depth insight into the key features of LTE networks that make it suitable for Public Safety Networks and its potential limitations.
Delivered by Dave McNally, Senior Telecoms Trainer at Telecoms & Tech Academy, successful completion of this programme will enable you to; explain the advantages of using LTE in public safety networks, evaluate the limitations of LTE technology and establish the political and commercial imperative behind the push towards LTE, amongst other key focus points.
Find out more about this intensive training programme.
These half-day consulting sessions, delivered by former Chief Research Officer at Ovum, Mark Newman, provide an exclusive opportunity for senior executives to work through high-level strategy and map out a Digital Transformation plan.
Running 6th -10th November, the focus is on;
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Access Telecoms & Tech Academy’s new whitepaper, 3G Holds the Key to Africa’s Connect Future, for an oversight of the next 5 years of telecoms in Africa, the growing implementation of 3G and a look at how new technologies can deliver connectivity.