Competition in mobile telecommunications is multifaceted and dynamic. Regulatory authorities must be alert to rapid technological changes that impact infrastructure competition.
This four-week self-paced course provides a foundation for understanding the rules of competition and the regulatory powers that apply to the telecommunications sector, taking into account the wider competitive landscape, which now includes Over-The-Top players.
- Understand the application of competition law as it applies to the telecommunications sector, especially abuse of dominance and merger control.
- Look at the interaction between competition law and regulation, especially Significant Market Power/Dominant Carrier regulation.
- Compare the treatment of the telecommunications sector in regulation and competition law with the situation in the wider communications ecosystem.
Who Should Enrol on this Course?
- Regulatory professionals who want to understand the latest challenges shaping competition policy in the digital age.
- Entry and mid-level managers who are new to the telecoms sector and want to quickly get up to speed on the key issues and trends in competition policy and digital markets.
- Engineers moving into management roles who need to develop an understanding of competition policy as it relates to the telecommunications sector.
Course Structure and Study Time
This self-paced course consists of six sections and you will gain access to all of them as soon as you complete your enrolment.
It should not take you more than two to three hours of study time per week to complete the course in four weeks. You will have, however, seven weeks to complete the course.
Course Completion Certificate
To qualify for a course completion certificate, you will have to view all of the course sections and correctly answer all of the quiz questions you will find as you progress through the sections. You will also need to fill out the course survey. You will have unlimited attempts to pass the quizzes.
The course fee is US$790.