Our training is different
One of our primary goals is expanding our industry’s global talent base, so we tailor learning methods to be inclusive of all knowledge levels and learning styles.
Course topics, available exclusively through GSMA Advance, are also tailored to the needs of telecommunications and connectivity ecosystems – and backed by industry-leading research and data. With a focus on next-gen learning and cutting-edge technologies, the range of courses spans diverse areas such as cybersecurity, spectrum, policy, Open Gateway, and beyond. Our expert trainers and partners are not just educators – they bring practical industry insights and a global outlook, enabling effective learning that boosts professional journeys. All courses are geared to offer maximum ROI. And, for our MNO members, we deliver added value with exclusive discounts and customised programmes that support and foster innovation.
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Highly relevant course content
As the world’s largest mobile operator association, we are able to draw on exceptional levels of global expertise to develop and deliver our courses
Experienced trainers with global expertise
All of our courses are delivered by expert trainers with global telecoms policy and regulatory experience
Backed by industry research and data
Our course content is underpinned by data from GSMA Intelligence, the definitive source of mobile industry insights, forecasts and research
Luiz Felippe Zoghbi, Director, Spectrum Policy, GSMA
Luiz works as a Director of Spectrum Policy at the GSMA, focusing on the global and regional advance of spectrum issues such as licensing, roadmaps, pricing, sharing, synchronisation, coverage and 5G international advocacy. Previously, Luiz has worked in the mobile industry for almost 10 years, lastly as Spectrum Specialist at TIM Brasil in Regulatory Intelligence. He has acted as the Strategic Leader for the implementation of 700 MHz LTE and Digital TV Migration in Brazil. Luiz holds an M.B.A. at the State University of Rio de Janeiro and a Masters (MSc) in International Management at the Universite D’Angers. He has graduated in Business Administration, splitting his studies between the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State, with an extension diploma in International Management at the University of Victoria.
Barbara Pareglio, Senior Technical Director, GSMA
Barbara has over 20 years of experience in the mobile industry. She has been part of the GSMA Internet of Things Programme since 2014, working on several aspects of the IoT such as the development of the Mobile IoT Technologies (LTE-M, NB-IoT), GSMA IoT Security Guidelines, GSMA Drone Interest Group and looking at a variety of emerging technologies, like machine learning/AI and edge computing, for helping the mobile industry to create trusted solutions for the IoT. Before joining the GSMA Barbara worked in R&D in several areas of telecommunications, including Intelligent Networks, IMS, Service Enabling and M2M/IoT. She also participate in and actively contributed to several standards
Maria Sendin Valle, Antitrust Director, GSMA
As Antitrust Director, Maria provides advice and counsel to GSMA departments on all aspects of antitrust law and policy. Additionally, Maria follows antitrust policy and enforcement developments around the world with a particular focus in Europe and the European Union Institutions.
Before joining the GSMA in 2017, Maria worked for a Public Affairs consultancy in Brussels, where she developed and implemented public affairs, communications and public relations campaigns for clients in the technology, competition and social affairs sectors. Maria moved to Brussels in 2012 to work for the European Commission Competition department and prior to that worked as a competition and EU lawyer for an international law firm in Madrid (Spain).
Maria has a Bachelor degree in Law, a Bachelor degree in Economics and a Masters Degree in EU and Competition law by Carlos III University of Madrid. She is a native Spanish speaker, fluent in English and Italian and has good knowledge of German and French.
Kamal Tamawa, Public Policy Director, GSMA
Kamal is a Public Policy Director in the GSMA’s sub-Saharan Africa Policy Team. In his role, Kamal is involved in the delivery of GSMA Advocacy programmes in the sub-Saharan Africa region and the dissemination of messages on a wide variety of policy topics, including Spectrum.
He has worked with the Nigerian Telecoms Regulator and, prior to joining the GSMA, he worked with Etisalat Nigeria where he managed Regulatory Compliance, Spectrum Policy and Technical Regulatory matters. Kamal is also been a member of the Technical Advisory Committee that prepares Nigeria’ s participation at International fora on spectrum and other technical matters.
Kamal holds a B.Sc in Computer Engineering from the American University of Cyprus and an M.Sc in Mobile and Personal Communications from King’s College London.