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20 June

Discover the new Highlighted Courses!

WTO ECampus 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 "Introduction to the WTO" and " WTO Market Access Intelligence Online", and find the ones that best fit your preferences.

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12 June

More than 1,000 participants have completed a WTO E-Learning course in May!

Did you know that 8,305 participants have registered in an WTO E-Learning course since January 2017? 1,285 of these participants have completed their course in May.

Some of the most popular courses are: Introduction to the WTO, Technical Barriers to Trade, Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and Agriculture in the WTO.

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.

5 June

The course "Transparency and the WTO - Notification Obligations" is available in English, French and Spanish.

WTO ECampus RTransparency and the WTO - Notification Obligations

Did you know that the interactive version of the course "Transparency and the WTO - Notification Obligations" is available in English, French and Spanish?

As of yet, more than 400 participants have already taken the course in one of these languages.

The course will enable you to:

  1. Acquire knowledge on the main functions and basic principles of the WTO;
  2. Understand the development and content of specific commitments in the Schedules in GATT and GATS;
  3. Understand the reason and importance of notification obligations at the WTO;
  4. Understand how notifications are prepared and how they are reviewed at the WTO;
  5. Learn how to find relevant Schedules and Notifications and how to use online facilities to access their information through databases;
  6. Establish a network of professional contacts with other participants and WTO experts.

Discover the "Transparency and the WTO - Notification Obligations" modules and watch the course trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91-Wr8YsuRc

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.

29 May

The course "Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO" has been updated!

WTO ECampus Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO

The E-Learning team has the pleasure to inform you that the course "Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO" has now been updated with the latest developments, data and statistics.

The objectives of the course are to:

  1. Be able to relate WTO terminology about regionalism with the concepts behind it;
  2. Be able to consider regionalism in its global economic, and geopolitical context;
  3. Be able to discuss the substantive WTO rules governing RTAs;
  4. Have practised navigation through the WTO website, and in particular the RTA database;
  5. Establish a network of professional contacts with other participants and WTO experts.

Find out more with this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kv1C47YG3pE

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.

22 May

New Highlighted Courses

WTO ECampus 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 "Introduction to the WTO" and "WTO Market Access Intelligence Online", and find the ones that best fit your preferences.

View more

15 May

Discover the WTO ECampus Social Media trailers!

WTO ECampus Social Media trailers

The WTO E-Learning team has the pleasure to present you the new trailers for the different Social Media platforms in which we are active. Watch them and discover the wide variety of features that you can find in them:

  1. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRtp5qmj4zQ
  2. Twitter: https://biteable.com/watch/twitter-1361795/cf265562409862ca56b58b6a1c92b2641022cda3 
  3. Facebook: https://biteable.com/watch/facebook-1362968/ca180b500e0eb19cca6f1c06b7eabf4bda465536 
  4. LinkedIn: https://biteable.com/watch/linkedin-1362985/325bd3ece5bb0ed94982832c08da82f3695e5a6a

You can follow us on LinkedIn (WTO ECampus, http://www.linkedin.com/company/wtoecampus), Twitter (@WTOEcampus https://twitter.com/wtoecampus), Facebook (WTO ECampus, https://www.facebook.com/WTOECampus) and YouTube (WTO ECampus, http://www.youtube.com/c/WTOECAMPUS).

08 May

The WTO Dispute Settlement System

WTO ECampus The WTO Dispute Settlement System

The E-Learning team has the pleasure to inform you that the course "The WTO Dispute Settlement System" is now available in three languages, English, French and Spanish.

The objectives of the course are to:

  1. Understand the importance and role of the WTO Dispute Settlement System (DSS) within the Multilateral Trading System (MTS) taking into account its historical evolution;
  2. Acquire knowledge of the WTO DSS, including its main features and the different stages of a proceeding;
  3. Acquire knowledge of the rules and procedures governing the settlement of disputes in the WTO, as embodied in the DSU;
  4. Retrieve and use background-related documents and the WTO legal texts, in particular the DSU;
  5. Develop a network of useful contacts between participants, trainers and experts from the WTO Secretariat.

Find out more with this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuoYtkO_Pas

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.

01 May

News Forum

The News Forum is a social tool for WTO E-Learning participants, where you are able to engage in discussions about the WTO and trade-related topics, to get in touch with other participants, to share your ideas, and to obtain, therefore, a deeper knowledge on the subjects of study.

Some of the latest interesting discussions in which you can participate are: "E-Commerce: Business Transactions at the Click of Your Hand", "Implementation of WTO Special and Differential Treatment (S&D) Provisions" and "WTO agreement contribution for the promotion of economic growth of a country through of SMEs".

How to access the News Forum:

To access the platform, log in into your ECampus account (https://ecampus.wto.org) using your username and password and just click on the button "News Forum" in the top bar - no need of additional username and password!

We wait for you in the News Forum!