SIAP e-Learning Courses

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e-Learning courses
19 February - 16 March 2018| On-line
First e-Learning course on Integrated Economic Statistics to support 2008 SNA implementation

The course will provide a strong foundation for the practical understanding and application of the 2008 System of National Accounts methods for specific topics. The objectives of the training program are (i) rationalize data sources for economic statistics and understand the inter-linkages between the various data collections and compilations (ii) plan for effective economic census questionnaires and tabulation plans and (iii) plan for the use of economic census results for other economic data collections and in the compilation of national accounts.

1 - 29 March 2018 |On-Line course
First e-Learning course on Price Statistics
The course will provide a strong foundation for the practical understanding and application of the theory of price indices, techniques for price index construction and compilation. It is designed for mid-to-senior level price statisticians and similar level statisticians in charge of designing, data collection, processing and dissemination of price data collections.
The objectives of the training program are to (i) introduce principles of measuring prices and the different valuations associated with price measurement (ii) explain the theory of price indices and practical use of price indices; and (iii) discuss price collection procedures, index compilation and data quality control measures.
March 2018| On-line
e-Learning course on Food balance sheet

This is an e-learning course, will cover topics on Food Balance Sheet (FBS), relating to
 Basic concepts and main uses related to FBS
 Process for compiling FBS, in particular, how to collect the necessary information, fill the supply and utilization account, standardize and aggregate the estimates and apply various balancing and imputation of missing data methods
 Compile FBS and derive per capita estimates using the recommended and alternative approaches

Objective: Improve the capacity of countries to adopt cost-effective and reliable methods for producing minimum set of agricultural and rural statistics