The first lesson of a two-day technical education series by Israel’s Technological Education Agency (TED) will begin on Monday, with the third day of instruction taking place on Wednesday.TED is a leading provider of technical training for young Israeli citizens and young professionals.
TED is also sponsoring a two day technical education workshop for teachers on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, which will offer practical instruction on the technical tools, techniques and procedures that will be used in an Israeli government and corporate setting.
The workshops will take place in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, where students will receive an intensive technical curriculum in the field of IT technology, as well as the training of technologists, designers and programmers.TED, the Israeli government’s technological education agency, is known for producing the world’s best technical training courses.
The first one took place in 2015, and the second in 2016, with more than 80 technical training and internship programs for young Israelis.TED says its courses are designed to provide training for the Israeli workforce, but it is also intended to help young Israelis prepare for an economic and social future.
The first workshop will provide the students with an overview of the various types of technologies used in Israel, with a focus on the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence.
The workshop will also look at how to work with companies and developers, and provide students with practical examples of how to apply the technology in a workplace.
The next workshop, on Tuesday and Wednesday, will focus on how to develop a mobile application that enables users to search the Web, read online articles, and receive e-mail notifications from a smartphone.
The third workshop, which is scheduled to take place on Thursday, will offer the students practical information about a variety of technologies and technologies-related issues, including the legal status of technologies, the role of the private sector in the development of technology and the social and economic implications of technology.
The courses are offered in English, Arabic, Hebrew, French and Spanish, as is the other course in the series, a third-year technical analysis course for teachers and technologists.