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Upcoming Courses (2024)

 
March
010 – Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders. (Houston, Texas USA. Mar 4 – 8)
043 – Advanced Global Office Management, Secretarial and Emerging Executive Administrative Skills. (Houston Texas USA. Mar 4-8)
01 – Data Protection and Trust (Houston, Texas USA. Mar 11 – 15)
04 – Cybersecurity: Using Data Science as a Game Changer (Houston, Texas USA. Mar 11 – 15)
02 – Emerging Technologies (Houston, Texas USA. Mar 25 – 29)

April
01 – Data Protection and Trust (Houston, Texas USA. Apr 8 -12)
00 – Election Security and Violence Mitigation (Houston, Texas USA. Apr 22 – 26)
05- Climate Change and its Effects on Debt and Management in Africa Nations (Houston, Texas USA. Apr 22 – 26)

May
013- Mini-MBA in Telecommunications (Houston, Texas USA. May 6 – 10)
016- Emerging Trends in Telecommunications Regulations (Houston, Texas USA. May 6 – 10)
021 – Regulatory Challenges of Value Added Service (Houston, Texas USA. May 6 – 10)
02 – Emerging Technologies (Dubai, UAE. May 13 – 17)
041 – Managing Constituency and Public Relations for Legislators (Houston, Texas USA. May 13 – 17)
018 – Key Techniques for Utility Regulators (Houston, Texas USA. May 13 – 17)
01 – Data Protection and Trust (Dubai, UAE. May 22– 26)

June
03 – Mastering Telecommunication Regulation (Houston, Texas USA. Jun 3– 7)
05- Climate Change and its Effects on Debt and Management in Africa Nations (Houston, Texas USA. Jun 3 – 7)
07 – Leading and Managing Crisis During Disruptive Change (Munich, Germany. Jun 3 – 7)
09- Emerging Corporate Governance in Public Sector (Munich, Germany. Jul 3 – 7)
019 – Mastering People Management and Team Leadership (Amsterdam, Netherland. Jun 3 – 7)
014 – Strategic Thinking, Planning and Risk Management in the Public Sector (Houston, Texas USA. Jun 3 – 7)
07 – Leading and Managing Crisis During Disruptive Change (Houston, Texas USA. Jun 10 – 14)
010 – Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders (London, UK. Jun 17 – 21)
015- Mini MBA in Strategic Management and Leadership (Houston, Texas USA. Jun 17 -21)
030- Leading with Emotional Intelligence: Psychology of Leadership (London, UK. Jun 17 – 21)
019 – Mastering People Management and Team Leadership (London, UK. Jun 24 – 28)
038 – Business Essentials for Utility Engineers: Understanding and Influencing Financial Decision-Making (Houston, Texas USA. Jun 24-28)
039 -Essentials of Project Finance (Houston, Texas USA. Jun 24-28)
015- Mini MBA in Strategic Management and Leadership (London, UK. Jun 24-28)

July
02 – Emerging Technologies (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 1 – 5)
09- Emerging Corporate Governance in Public Sector (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 1 – 5)
025- Effective Risk- Based Internal Auditing (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 1 – 5)
028 – Women in Leadership: Politics, Governance, Business, Management and Technology (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 1 – 5)
00- Voter Integrity, Conflict Prevention and Transformation (Dubai, UAE. Jul 1-5)
041- Managing Constituency and Public Relations for Legislators (Dubai, UAE. Jul 1-5)
06 – Global Best Practices in Managerial Excellence (Paris, France. Jul 8-12)
07 – Leading and Managing Crisis During Disruptive Change (Paris, France. Jul 8- 12)
011 – Preparation and Beyond Retirement: Gateway to Better Life (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 8-12)
012- International Management Competencies for Regulation Managers (Paris, France. Jul 8-12)
018 – Key Techniques for Utility Regulators (Paris, France. Jul 8-12)
08 – Emerging Trends and improved Effectiveness in Public Service Delivery (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 15-19)
029- Global Strategy in Uncertain Times (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 15-19)
031- Human Capital Management Challenges and Corporate Sustainability Techniques (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 15-19)
030- Leading with Emotional Intelligence: Psychology of Leadership (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 15-19)
032 – Managing Yourself and Leading Others to Higher Performance (Paris, France. Jul 15-19)
033 – Telecom Regulation for Today’s World (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 15-19)
036 – Essentials of Leadership (Paris, France. Jul 15-19)
010 – Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders (Dubai, UAE. Jul 22-26)
012- International Management Competencies for Regulation Managers (Dubai, UAE. Jul 22-26)
018 – Key Techniques for Utility Regulators (Dubai, UAE. Jul 22-26)
00- Advanced International Best Practices in Managing Electoral Processes in Today’s Democracy (Houston, Texas USA. Jul 22-26)

August
017 – Strategic Fundamentals of Telecommunications (Amsterdam, Netherland. Aug 5-9)
016- Emerging Trends in Telecommunications Regulations (Amsterdam, Netherland. Aug 5-9)
022 – Next Generation Challenges and Opportunities for Telecom Regulators (Amsterdam, Netherland. Aug 5-9)
019 – Mastering People Management and Team Leadership (Amsterdam, Netherland. Aug 5-9)
07 – Leading and Managing Crisis During Disruptive Change (Munich, Germany. Aug 5-9)
09- Emerging Corporate Governance in Public Sector (Munich, Germany. Aug 5-9)
032 – Managing Yourself and Leading Others to Higher Performance (Munich, Germany. Aug 5-9)
021 – Regulatory Challenges of Value Added Service (Houston, Texas USA. Aug 5–9)
034 – Managing and Leading Strategic Communication (Houston, Texas USA. Aug 5-9)
036 – Essentials of Leadership (Houston, Texas USA. Aug 5-9)
020 – Mini MBA in Board of Directors & Top Management Performance and Governance (Houston, Texas USA. Aug 12-16, Amsterdam, Netherland. Aug 12-16)
023 – Arbitration, Mediation, and Conflict Resolution in Public Sector (Amsterdam, Netherland. Aug 12-16)
026 – Advanced Strategic Management, Leadership, and Risk Assessment (Amsterdam, Netherland. Aug 12-16)

September
018 – Key Techniques for Utility Regulators (Houston, Texas USA. Sep 2-6)
021 – Regulatory Challenges of Value Added Service (Houston, Texas USA. Sep 2-6)
03 – Mastering Telecommunication Regulation (Paris, France. Sep 2-6)
04 – Cybersecurity: Using Data Science as a Game Changer (Paris, France. Sep 2-6)
05- Climate Change and its Effects on Debt and Management in Africa Nations (Amsterdam, Netherland. Sep 2-6)
015 – Mini MBA in Strategic Management and Leadership (Paris, France. Sep 2-6)
014 – Strategic Thinking, Planning and Risk Management in the Public Sector (Paris, France. Sep 9-13)
016- Emerging Trends in Telecommunications Regulations (Paris, France. Sep 9-13)
022 – Next Generation Challenges and Opportunities for Telecom Regulators (Paris, France. Sep 9-13)
023 – Arbitration, Mediation, and Conflict Resolution in Public Sector (Paris, France. Sep 9-13)
026 – Advanced Strategic Management, Leadership, and Risk Assessment Strategies (Paris, France. Sep 9-13)
031 – Human Capital Management Challenges and Corporate Sustainability Techniques (Houston, TX USA. Sep 16-20)
037 – Telecoms Code of Practice Regulation (Houston, TX USA. Sep 16-20)
032 – Managing Yourself and Leading Others to Higher Performance (Houston, TX USA. Sep 16-20)
028 – Women in Leadership: Politics, Governance, Business, Management and Technology (Paris, France. Sep 23-27)

October
08 – Emerging Trends and improved Effectiveness in the Public Service Delivery (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
09 – Emerging Corporate Governance in Public Sector (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
016- Emerging Trends in Telecommunications Regulations (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
029- Global Strategy in Uncertain Times (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
030- Leading with Emotional Intelligence: Psychology of Leadership (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
038 – Business Essentials for Utility Engineers: Understanding and Influencing Financial Decision-Making (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
039 -Essentials of Project Finance (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
00 – Advanced International Best Practices in Managing Electoral Processes in Today’s Democracy (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 7-11)
011 – Preparation and Beyond Retirement: Gateway to Better Life (Houston, Texas USA. Oct 14-18)
03 – Mastering Telecommunication Regulation (Dubai, UAE. Oct 14-18)
026 – Advanced Strategic Management, Leadership, and Risk Assessment Strategies (Dubai, UAE. Oct 14-18)
033 – Telecom Regulation for Today’s World (Dubai, UAE. Oct 14-18)
017 – Strategic Fundamentals of Telecommunications (Dubai, UAE. Oct 14-18)
019 – Mastering People Management and Team Leadership (Dubai, UAE. Oct 14-18)
013- Mini-MBA in Telecommunications (Dubai, UAE. Oct 21-25)
015- Mini MBA in Strategic Management and Leadership (Dubai, UAE. Oct 21-25)
025 – Effective Risk- Based Internal Auditing (Houston, TX USA. Oct 21-25)
07 – Leading and Managing Crisis During Disruptive Change (Houston, TX USA. Oct 21-25)
029- Global Strategy in Uncertain Times (Dubai, UAE. Oct 14-18)
00- Building Consensus on Standards for Democratic Elections (Houston, TX USA Oct. 21-25)
041 – Managing Constituency and Public Relations for Legislators (Houston, TX USA Oct. 21-25)
022 – Debt Management and Climate Change (Houston, TX USA Oct. 21-25)

November
033 – Telecom Regulation for Today’s World (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 4-8, Istanbul, Turkey. Nov 4-8)
037 – Telecoms Code of Practice Regulation (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 4-8, Istanbul, Turkey. Nov 4-8)
03 – Mastering Telecommunication Regulation (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 4-8)
05- Climate Change and its Effects on Debt and Management in Africa Nations (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 4-8)
08-Emerging Trends and improved Effectiveness in Public Service Delivery (Istanbul, Turkey. Nov 11-15)
027- Advanced Public Procurement Concepts, Contracts, and Practices (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 11-15, Istanbul, Turkey. Nov 11-15)
035 – International Best Practices in Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluations (Istanbul, Turkey. Nov 11-15)
032 – Managing Yourself and Leading Others to Higher Performance (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 11-15)
034 – Managing and Leading Strategic Communication (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 18-22)
019 – Mastering People Management and Team Leadership (Houston, Texas USA. Nov 18-22)

December
004 – Today’s Strategic Leader: Strategic Planning, Negotiation and Conflict Management (Houston, Texas USA. Dec 2-6)
026- Human Capital Management Challenges and Corporate Sustainability Techniques (Houston, Texas USA. Dec 2-6)
020 – Mini MBA in Board of Directors & Top Management Performance and Governance (Houston, Texas USA. Dec 2-6)
028 – Women in Leadership: Politics, Governance, Business, Management and Technology (Houston, Texas USA. Dec 2-6)
 

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ADVANTAGES OF AEMPIN

In addition to highly rated academic experience, participants receive free entry visa assistance, iPad, meal allowance, cheap hotel rate, free local transportation, discounted health care cost, international phone card, local transportation, site visits, certificate of completion, and a world class experience in Houston, Texas USA!

For over 20 years Americas Empowerment Institute “AEMPIN” has continuously developed its efficiency and augmented its resources.

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Key AEMPIN Knowledge Areas:

  • Leadership & Management
  • Project Management
  • Public Governance
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Power & Electricity
  • Oil and Gas
  • Public Procurement
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Utilities Management
  • Regulation
  • Telecommunication

Some Words from Our Clients

“The training really motivated me to look inside myself and recognize certain features that I have for leadership. Thank you for that and for such a wonderful training given. I wish you will host a seminar on this nature in my country”.

Mrs. Anastasiya Dmytro, Principal Manager, Ukraine Ministry of Infrastructure

“I have attended several professional development and technical seminars in the past and I truly feel that this one was the most beneficial. Your real-time presentation of the material was refreshing. I was surprised how very quickly the time went by. I highly recommend your seminar to any and all who want to start looking at their skills differently”.

Mrs. Charity Shekari, Board Member USPF, Nigeria

“I wish we would have had this training three years ago. Your techniques make sense and they are different than the usual seminars. Your focus on global best practices with local focus explains why many organizations in my country is failing”.

Pedro Alberto Sanchez, Director, Colombia Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism

“You simplified project planning and gave me a clear sense of how to organize my thoughts and analyze the issues. I tend to over complicate this process, but your checklist works for me”.

David Boadi Asamoah, Electricity Company of Ghana

“Great, skillful and dynamic instructors. Everyone was engaged. Possibly the best course I have ever taken. Please enroll me in your telecommunications managerial specialist course”.

Usman Barak, Director, Human Capital, Egypt National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority

“The class exceeded my expectations! I am very excited to go home and start to implement some of these changes. AEMPIN is a milestone in capacity knowledge arena”.

Anny Ratnawati, Indonesian Vice Minister of Finance.

“The content / subject matter is extremely powerful. Having participants from other countries and organizations exposed global interactive experiences. Accommodations and facilities are great as well as convenient”.

Joyceline Boamah, National Communication Authority Ghana

“I liked the applied nature of the course. Having to use the methods each day, works. This was the most professional, focused, well-organized and valuable course I have ever attended”.

Nnamdi Nwokike, Secretary General, West African Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (WATRA).

“This is one of the best, most valuable courses I have had in my leadership career. If my current position doesn’t work out, I may need to change career and teach this professionally. Thanks for great two-weeks”.

Mr. Gireesh B. Pradhan, Chairman Electricity Central Regulatory Commission, India

“I like the variety of learning tools used that can appeal to individual styles. I liked having practical hands-on applications to reinforce the lectures. The interaction between instructors, class, and among classmates was great. There were opportunities to meet others and learn from them. This is one of the best courses I have ever taken”.

Ms. Cai Qihua, Director-General, Changjiang Water Resources Commission, Hubei Province, China

“The teaching techniques and knowledge base of the facilitators made this whole two weeks a really great learning experience. Your obvious enjoyment of what you do and your belief in international best practices has been very evident and corner stone of great AEMPIN”.

Mrs. Ama Darkowa Engmann, HR Manager, Electricity Company of Ghana

“As a Certified Regulation Managerial Specialist of AEMPIN”, I must acknowledge that your program is one of the key factors that placed me in my current position”.

Pavel Korsunov, General Director, Russia Energy Forecasting Agency

“I’ve not seeing any school anywhere in the world in my 26 years of civil service that combines quality programming with human care except AEMPIN. Our two-weeks in Houston is a life of international experiences away from home. I thank AEMPIN for being nice and compassionate”.

Dr. Eugene Gomez, Director of Human Resources, Federal Commission of Telecommunications, Mexico

SITE VISIT OPPORTUNITY

  • City of Houston Government Offices
  • State of Texas, Public Utility Commission
  • State of Texas Capitol Building at Austin
  • Aquarium
  • Space Center Houston at NASA
  • Sea World—San Antonio, TX
  • Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo
  • AT&T Center
  • Houston Galleria
  • Galveston Island Pleasure Pier
  • Kemah Boardwalk
  • Downtown