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Capacity Building for Diplomat-Georgia Employees
31
Jul

ISET-PI was contracted by Diplomat Georgia, a leading distribution company, to conduct a series of trainings in advanced spreadsheet analysis for back office staff who had basic familiarity with the main MS Excel functionalities. The course was designed to provide technical solutions and skills to perform day-to-day analytical tasks, extract relevant data, produce tables, reports and charts. It was delivered for three different groups of staff, introducing them to useful Excel features such as advanced formulas, filtering, conditional formatting, data validation, and Pivot Tables.

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Capacity Building for Diplomat-Georgia Employees
31
Jul

ISET-PI was contracted by Diplomat Georgia, a leading distribution company, to conduct a series of trainings in advanced spreadsheet analysis for back office staff who had basic familiarity with the main MS Excel functionalities. The course was designed to provide technical solutions and skills to perform day-to-day analytical tasks, extract relevant data, produce tables, reports and charts. It was delivered for three different groups of staff, introducing them to useful Excel features such as advanced formulas, filtering, conditional formatting, data validation, and Pivot Tables.

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Training for the Ministry of Energy of Georgia
31
Jul

The ISET Policy Institute collaborated with the Association of Young Professionals in the Energy Sector of Georgia (AYPEG) on a training course targeting junior staff of the newly created Analytical Department within the Ministry of Energy of Georgia, Electricity Sector Commercial Operator (ESCO) and Georgian State Electro system (GSE). A total of 17 participants from these three organizations participated in the course. Based on a needs assessment study conducted in 2012 and later discussions with Mr. Valerian Khavtasi, Head of the Analytical Department, ISET and AYPEG developed and delivered three training modules: Regulation of Electricity Markets, Competitive Electricity Markets: Theory and Practice, Energy Forecasting.

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Capacity Building for TBC Bank Employees
23
Jul

ISET Policy Institute started cooperation with TBC Bank on a series of training programs the aim of which is to introduce the Banks employees to the advanced statistics and data analysis methods. The first training round started in June 2013 and covered mathematical modeling, statistics and spreadsheet analysis. The program focused on the analytical challenges TBC Bank staff encounter in their daily routines, enabling them to perform forecasting, optimization and simulation tasks. The program consisted of three modules, delivered over a 4-week period in TBC bank premises. Three 2-hour classes were delivered every week for a total of 24 hours of instruction.

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Capacity Building for TBC Bank Employees
23
Jul

ISET Policy Institute started cooperation with TBC Bank on a series of training programs the aim of which is to introduce the Banks employees to the advanced statistics and data analysis methods. The first training round started in June 2013 and covered mathematical modeling, statistics and spreadsheet analysis. The program focused on the analytical challenges TBC Bank staff encounter in their daily routines, enabling them to perform forecasting, optimization and simulation tasks. The program consisted of three modules, delivered over a 4-week period in TBC bank premises. Three 2-hour classes were delivered every week for a total of 24 hours of instruction.

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Capacity Building for the NGO Community in Azerbaijan
31
Oct

ISET-PI was contracted by the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ) to build the capacity of policymaking agencies and the NGO community in Azerbaijan to develop macroeconomic indices for own needs. In frames of this program, senior researchers from ISET-PI shared best practice of macroeconomic monitoring in Azerbaijan. A team from ISET's Policy Institute, consisting of Eric Livny, Giorgi Bakradze and Lasha Labadze, delivered a seminar to more than 25 participants representing key economic policy agencies in Azerbaijan as well as Georgian and Azerbaijani think-tanks. The seminar covered a number of approaches to monitoring and forecasting macroeconomic developments, as well as highlighting the tools that ISET-PI has developed to communicate the results of its work to the public and interested stakeholders. Training took place in Baku, October 2012.

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