t: +254-710-207061, +254-020-2655011/2

AFRALTI has organized a 5 Day Training workshop in Quality of Service, Monitoring and Compliance in ICT.  The workshop will be conducted at AFRALTI, Nairobi, Kenya starting from 12th to 16th September 2016.

Course Overview:

Monitoring of the Quality of Service (QoS) requires the setting up of the regulatory framework that would provide the basis for the Information Communications Technology (ICT) industry to maintain or improve the quality either in the presence or absence of competition. This also allows the ICT consumers to make informed choices in uptake of services. However, as much as recognition is given to the diverse work done by many ICT regulators in developing and publishing regulations on the monitoring of the quality of service, it is being noted that enforcement has been a challenge. There seem to be no satisfied Stakeholder being Consumer, Service Provider or the Regulator.

The innovation in the ICT Technologies and transition to the packet switching networks has led to the revisiting of the methods used by regulators in monitoring of QoS. It is pertinent that all stakeholders in the QoS obligations understand to ensure that the existing regulations and methods used to monitor the service provided by operators are aligned to the changes in the environment.

Target Audience:

This Workshop is targeted at all stakeholders involved in QoS frameworks, ICT Service Delivery, Regulatory Compliance, Customer Affairs especially practitioners such as Network Planners, Optimisation Engineers, Regulatory Managers, Enforcement Officers, Customer Service Managers as well as Consumer Rights Advocates.

Course Outline

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THE AFRICAN ADVANCED LEVEL TELECOMMUNICATION INSTITUTE

INVITATION TO BID FOR DISPOSAL OF A MOTOR VEHICLE (RE-ADVERTISEMENT)

The Institute is inviting bids for sale of a duty free Motor Vehicle, Nissan X-Trail. The vehicle’s year of make is 2000 ex-Japan, manual transmission, rating (CCs) 1990 and is in fair running condition. Bids can be submitted through post or by hand in a Sealed envelope clearly marked “Bid for Nissan X-Trail” at the following address:

The Chairman of Tender Committee,
The African Advanced Level Telecommunications Institute
Next to Communications Authority of Kenya
Waiyaki Way
P.O. Box 58902-00200
City Square
Nairobi

Alternatively, bids can be e-mailed to info@afralti.org

Interested bidders can make prior arrangements to view the vehicle at the above physical address before
16.00 hours on Friday, 19th January 2017 by calling 0710207061.

The last day of submission is Wednesday, 24th January 2018 at 16.00 hours.

The vehicle is being sold on as is “basis” and Institute reserves a right not accept the lowest or any other
bid.

Tender Advert for the Disposal of Nissan X-Trail_Re-advertisement

Courses under ITU Centers of Excellence Network for Africa

S/N Course Title Duration (Days) Date
1 Advanced Mobile Technologies 4G/5G 10 12th-23rd Feb 2018
2 Wireless and Broadcast Technologies 10 7th-18th May 2018
3 Fiber Optic Certification 5 6th-10th Aug 2018
4 Internet of Things and Cloud Computing 10 5th-16th Nov 2018
5 Spectrum Management Training Programme (SMTP) Each module takes 4 weeks Jan-Dec 2018

Internet of Things and Cloud Computing, 5th-16th Nov 2018, Nairobi, Kenya

OVERVIEW:

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects accessed through the Internet. These objects contain embedded technology to interact with internal states or the external environment. In other words, when objects can sense and communicate, it changes how and where decisions are made, and who makes them.

It is estimated that by the year 2020 there will be about 50 billion objects interacting with the physical world by way of sensors be they temperature, movement, frequency, humidity, light, sound, pressure, chemical properties, and many others. These smart digital devices will need to communicate over the Internet infrastructure with the people, collect data using the sensors, and respond to instructions and situations.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

This course is intended for professionals interested in gaining understanding of the new trends in the constantly changing ICT domain and their impact in business, namely, IT/IS Professionals,  Business/Data Analysts, Project Managers, Business Development officers, Risk Management professionals, Internet Cloud Services professionals, Entrepreneurs, among others.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Understand the concepts of IoT and its impact on business & government organizations
  • Understand the various components and architecture of IoT
  • Understand the role of cloud computing (deployment and service models, architecture, private cloud infrastructural
  • concerns, security and privacy concerns) in IoT
  • Understand the role of data mining, business analytics and big data technologies in IoT
  • Analyze and explore the security and privacy challenges in IoT

PRE-REQUISITES

Professional training  and experience in the ICT domain and/or data or business analysis.

Course Outline

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