The “Baengpun Camp” is designed to develop provincial youth with low economic potential in web development and IT services that will lead to attractive local careers to reduce migration to urban centers. Over time, this will help create a local network of Web and IT service providers that can contribute to developing the local […]
The Thai Network Information Center Foundation (THNICF) is a Thai public service organization administrating the dot TH domain name and spearheading Internet development in Thailand. One of its prime activities includes supporting Internet related education, research and development to to bridge the digital gap and increase vital internet personnel for the digital economy.
For a number of years, THNICF has been conducting many capacity building programs to address different target groups, including village technicians to maintain community networks, network engineers and operators as well as the general public.
This course in “Network Training” focuses on developing technicians to become entrepreneurs or local Internet Service Providers as well as members of the “Community Network” that provides installation and maintenances services. The following topics will be offered: Introduction to Internet infrastructure Basic Network Operation Wireless Internet Community ISP Internet of Things Advanced Network Operation
“Computational Thinking” is a course that focuses on developing critical thinking to enhance participants’ “Algorithmic Skill” to become future software developers. The curriculum will supplement school studies and sessions will be held on Saturday or Sunday for approximately 3 months. The course schedule and details will be published on this website around February 2021.
The “Thailand Networking Group”, or THNG Camp, is an activity for youth interested in Internet technology to enhance society. It aims to establish a close connection among participants themselves and experts in Internet technology, innovation and social science. More information can be found at https://thng.in.th.