Day 2 | Thursday, 2nd March: 10:00-13:00
09:00 – 09:30
Step 2: Spectrum Clearance
Incumbent Use, Clean-up, Regulatory Impact Analysis
09:30 – 10:00
Step 3: Technology Definition and Restrictions
Technology Neutrality, Co-existence and the ITU Process
10:00 – 10:30
Exercise 2: Issues to be Solved. Why? How?
10:30 – 10:45
10:45 – 11:15
Step 4: Spectrum Valuation
Spectrum Pricing, Valuation and Strategies for the Benefits of Society
11:15 – 11:45
Steps 5 and 6: Award Design and Implementation
Assignment Design and Best Practice for the Processes, including Set-asides and Caps
11:45 – 12:25
Exercise 3: The Assignment. How much? When? How?
12:25 – 12:30
MWC Barcelona is the global standard for mobile innovation, education, and discovery. With more than 108,000 attendees, there is no better way to showcase your brand’s leadership than by participating in the event that convenes the entire industry.
Exhibiting at MWC is the premier opportunity to reach the global leaders shaping the future of mobile.
The GSMA Capacity Building programme offers an extensive range of free training courses for policymakers and regulators. Since the programme’s launch in 20154, it has established itself as a premier provider of specialist telecoms regulatory training. With over 13,000 days of training delivered to regulatory professionals from 176 countries around the world, it has already achieved unparalleled scale and reach. By emphasising real-world examples of regulatory good practice from different regions, the GSMA’s courses help students understand the implications of different policy and regulatory approaches and how they affect the mobile services offered to their country’s citizens.
Key Programme Highlights
Trainings delivered face-to-face, online, and via virtual platforms providing students with maximum flexibility in how they study.
The GSMA Capacity Building Programme partners with a range of global organisations which ensures training is delivered where it is needed the most.
Online courses offered via an easy-to-use eLearning platform, enabling students to study at their own pace from anywhere in the world.
Courses accredited by the United Kingdom Telecommunications Academy.
Courses currently available in English, French and Spanish.
SMART Africa is a bold and innovative commitment from African Heads of State and Government to accelerate sustainable socio-economic development on the continent, ushering Africa into a knowledge economy through affordable access to Broadband and usage of Information and Communications Technologies.
Smart Africa?is committed to accelerating sustainable socioeconomic development on the continent through the development and harmonization of a political, legal, and regulatory frameworks for the digital ?eld, in its member states.?To this end, the?Smart Africa Digital Academy (SADA)?was set up as a catalyst for building fair, inclusive and sustainable digital societies in Africa.
The Smart Africa Digital Academy – SADA for short – provides the courses, webinars, and opportunities for exchange to policymakers and regulators to promote the digital transformation in Africa. With its various learning programmes and formats SADA wants to improve participants’ skills for drafting inclusive, gender-sensitive, and climate-smart ICT regulations. SADA also reaches a wider audience from entrepreneurs to engaged citizens with the aim of improving their digital literacy, so that they can fully benefit from the new potentials offered by digital technologies.
SADA’s goal is to curb the critical digital skills gap required to enable each citizen to thrive in the digital economy. This is achieved through four essential components namely – Capacity building for Decision-makers, - programs for digital inclusion, - Skills marketplace for professionals, Talent Bridge for businesses.
The USTTI is a non-profit government-industry joint venture designed to meet the ICT training needs of the women and men who design, regulate, and oversee the communications infrastructures of the developing world. USTTI training empowers developing country officials with the skills needed to manage their spectrum, deploy wireless technologies, develop national broadband plans, implement national Cybersecurity strategies, support Internet deployment, launch cloud services, protect children online, and ensure sound emergency communications.
The USTTI has graduated over 10,000 officials from 177 developing countries. The model for USTTI’s continued and effective program is simple: each year hundreds of ICT experts from industry and government provide intensive tuition-free training to women and men who are involved, typically at senior levels, in their countries ICT sector.
Doors Open: 08:45