450 developing-country officials participate in WTO online training courses
Wednesday 31, March 2010
Three WTO online training courses started on 29 March 2010 with 450 selected participants from developing and least-developed countries. The courses will last six to eight weeks and will be conducted in English.
The aim of the courses is to provide online training on matters related to international trade and WTO agreements to government officials from developing and least-developed countries. The courses will last six to eight weeks and will be conducted in English. Tutors and trainers from the WTO will monitor online participants' progress throughout the course.
The current session includes the following three courses:
During the courses, live chat sessions and discussion forums are organized on various WTO issues with experts and representatives from the WTO.
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