TFT PORT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

Main Features

In order to increase trade flows and foster economic development, the programme creates port networks bringing together public, private and international entities. The aim is to share knowledge and expertise between port operators and strengthen talent management and human resources development in port communities.

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Worldwide
Networks of
port entities
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Public-Private
Partnership model
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Sustainable training
& capacity building
programme
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Talent management
scheme & Value-added
solutions in
port communities
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Robust methodology
for digital knowledge
(LCMS)
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“Modern Port
Management”
high end course

TFT at a glance

Learn more about TrainforTrade programs statistics including participants, success and satisfaction rates.

About Human Resources Development Section / TrainForTrade

The Section focuses on developing skills, knowledge and capacities through innovative development approaches based on a recognized pedagogical method and state-of-the-art technological solutions.

The core functions of the Section are to:

  • Advise on the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to promote knowledge sharing, networking and competence building;
  • Apply Learning and Content Management Systems (LMS/CMS);
  • Host a distance learning platform (learn.unctad.org);
  • Provide inter-divisional support for capacity development;
  • Operate the Port Training Programme in 4 linguistics networks in Africa, Asia and Latin America;
  • Develop and implement the TrainForTrade technical assistance programme with core components on international trade related issues.

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