The British Academy for Training and Development offers a course in building smart cities and green communities and modernizing health care systems to every who wants to know about the smart cities and how to manage them and to know how to treat the green communities in light of the urban creep, and learn more about the health care systems.
Smart cities was invented in 2000 is shared by politicians, economists and officials managers, and anyone who is responsible for planning urban cities to make changes based on new digital technologies used in cities and follow smart cities to digital technologies.
A comprehensive term for the purpose of developing and supporting the city and working on its management in the right and proper manner, so as to improve the social conditions while taking into consideration the protection of the environment and green communities.
These ideas and means include technological, economic and social innovations. Services of electricity, water, lighting and work to modernize health care systems while preserving green communities.
Objectives and target group
The British Academy for Training and Development offers this course to the following categories:
Directors and mayors wishing to introduce smart city experiences.
All employees in the urban development departments.
Staff and heads of health care departments.
Community employees responsible for protecting green spaces.
After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following topics:
Experience in smart city management.
Ability to manage green community groups and protect the environment.
Work on modernizing health care systems.
Smart cities are important and defined.
Green communities and how to protect them.
Health care systems.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city