Dear all Participants,

I’m delighted to have the chance to invite you to our technical activities (Tutorial, Workshop, Demonstration, and Short Course) on behalf of the International Conference on Future Telecommunications and Artificial Intelligence (IC-FTAI’2024) committee.

Attend a Tutorial

Tutorials are small group sessions that are intended to supplement lectures and are typically more informal in nature. They allow for more interaction and discussion with other participants than a traditional lecture would. Each tutorial is led by an academic staff member who is also a tutor. There are numerous advantages to attending a tutorial, including:

  • Individual and one-of-a-kind learning experiences.
  • Individualized attention.
  • Enhances academic performance.
  • Enhances one’s attitude toward learning and faculties.
  • Self-paced and self-directed learning is encouraged.
  • It boosts one’s self-esteem and confidence.
  • Enhances work and study habits.

Attend a Workshop

Attending a workshop can provide a professional with some of the most valuable experiences. Aside from learning new things, attending a workshop allows professionals to form new relationships, connect with like-minded individuals, and even get to know clients and vendors on a more personal level. There are numerous advantages to attending a workshop for working professionals, including:

  • Evaluation or assessment.
  • Innovative Ways of Thinking.
  • Networking Opportunities.
  • Developing New Skills.
  • Motivated to do a better job.
  • Having a good time while learning.
  • Make connections with other business owners.

Attend a Short Course

Everyone can benefit from short courses. With so many courses and providers available, the potential benefits of short courses include skill development, industry accreditation, accessibility, continuing professional development, career exploration, and a viable pathway to further study. There are numerous advantages to taking a short course for working professionals, including:

  • Examine the fine print and determine your requirements.
  • Career Development.
  • A path to further education or training.
  • A boost to your resume.
  • Maintain your skills in order to be ready for new opportunities.
  • It fills knowledge gaps.
  • You’re reinventing yourself.
  • Potential for networking.

Attend a Demonstration

It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to show a prospective audience the worth of your design or product. Design and product demonstrations are essential components of any process. They can, however, be very effective if done correctly. When learning something new, it can be beneficial to watch someone else perform the same task. It may appear that demonstration is a simple teaching strategy. However, the academic lecturer is critical in engaging audiences and maximizing what they learn. There are numerous advantages to attending a demonstration, including:

  • Give audiences hands-on experience with real-world events, phenomena, and processes to help them learn.
  • Increase the audience’s interest and motivation.
  • It allows you to draw attention to a specific phenomenon or event.
  • Can be used to develop and test audience comprehension.
  • Can assist students in performing their own practical work more effectively.


How to Attend Our Technical Activities?

To be announced later.


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