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Keep informed about our upcoming activities.

05 May

The Picture Challenge is over!

The E-Learning team would like to thank you for your participation and having sent your pictures in this challenge!

Check out the selection of the best pictures that we have received in this video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFozsI0ag2E

26 April

New Highlighted Courses

WTO E-Learning Highlighted Courses

The E-Learning team has the pleasure to announce that you can now find the new recommended courses in the section "Highlighted courses" of the WTO ECampus. We invite you to discover this series of courses, such as "Technical Barriers to Trade" and "Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures", and find the ones that best fit your preferences.

Registration is simple: Eligible participants (*) can register online for the course on the ECampus website and send the nomination form via e-mail (elearning.registration@wto.org) or fax (+41 22 739 5191).

Register

(*) Government officials from developing Members and Observers.

24 April

Did you know that already more than 35 WTO E-Learning Chat Sessions have taken place so far this year?

Weekly, a large number of WTO E-Learning participants join the Chat Sessions to engage in live discussions about WTO topics, to get in touch with other participants and WTO experts and to enjoy a more immersive experience of WTO E-Learning.

Each week, we schedule three Chat Sessions for you:

  1. The first session of the week is WTO E-Learning "on call": questions and answers. These sessions are focused on a specific topic related to the WTO and are scheduled at different times every week on Mondays, when you can ask questions on your course topic or administration and directly get live answers from the E-Learning team.
  2. Another Chat Session is scheduled during the week on a specific matter of the WTO E-Learning Programme, with the participation of the E-Learning team. Here, you are able to ask questions and share your ideas regarding the topic of the day or any other matter related to the WTO E-Learning Programme. An example of the Chat Sessions carried out this year are: "Everything you need to obtain a WTO E-Learning Certificate!" and "Complete your Feedback Form!";
  3. A third Chat Session is organised with a WTO expert focussing on a particular topic related to the WTO and trade-related matters. Some of the specific Chat Sessions that have taken place during 2018 are "Basic Principles and the Multilateral Trading System", "Notification Obligations at the WTO" and "Trade Facilitation in the WTO".

The E-Learning team would like to thank all the WTO E-Learning participants for your participation in these interactive activities.

Keep in mind that only registered participants have access to the Chat Sessions. Registration is simple: Eligible participants (*) can register online for the course on the ECampus website and send the nomination form via e-mail (elearning.registration@wto.org) or fax (+41 22 739 5191).

Register

(*) Government officials from developing Members and Observers.

02 April

Who were the TOP 5 beneficiaries from Least-Developed Countries in 2017?

TOP 5 beneficiaries from Least-Developed Countries

Check the following map and find out which ones where the TOP 5 LDCs beneficiaries in 2017!

The E-Learning team would like to thank all the WTO E-Learning participants for their participation and hard work!

To register for a WTO E-Learning course, please have a look at the catalogue on the WTO ECampus website (https://ecampus.wto.org) and discover the new courses.

Registration is simple: Eligible participants (*) can register online for the course on the ECampus website and send the nomination form via e-mail (elearning.registration@wto.org) or fax (+41 22 739 5191).

Register

(*) Government officials from developing Members and Observers.