Conatel opens four new telecommunications courses ...

Conatel opens four new telecommunications courses …

November 4, 2014

The National Telecommunications Commission, Conatel, opened the registration process for four new technical courses that will address issues related to the evolution of the technology sector in Venezuela: Web 2.0 Technologies applied to Digital Communication, Networks on Free Software, the study of GNU / Linux operating system and the Content Management System, CMS.

In spacious and comfortable study rooms, professionals, technicians and the general public will speak about the new challenges that the Internet proposes, with the course “Web 2.0 Technologies applied to Digital Communication”. The workshop will delve into these virtual spaces that bring users closer together across geographic borders and allow communication between people, rather than between computers.

For their part, web developers and network enthusiasts can participate in the “Content management system” workshop, to analyze the support structure used for the creation and administration of content, mainly on web pages.

Free Software as an area of ​​study

In accordance with the recent enactment of the Infogvernment Law, which establishes the use of non-proprietary software in the National Public Administration, Conatel also offers the courses «Networks on Free Software», basic-intermediate level, and «GNU / Linux». which will bring participants closer to the benefits and tools that this operating system has.

The start of these four face-to-face courses is scheduled for November 25, at Conatel’s main headquarters, located in Las Mercedes, Caracas.

Do not wait more! Sign up and participate in the Training Workshops offered by the National Telecommunications Commission, to improve job skills and stimulate technological innovation in Venezuela.You can register by calling 0212 909.03.47 / 909.04.01 or by writing to the email inscripcioncursos @ for more information.

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