Thailand

Thailand ADOC Centers

From 2007 to 2013 June, 12 ADOC Centers have been established in Thailand and over 30,444 people have received training. These centers focus mainly on trainers’ training, women and children’s ICT skills, and strengthen local SMEs’ e-commerce abilities.

ITS, Bangkok (2007)

ITS is an Tele-Center which was established in 2007 and is the first ADOC center in Thailand.  ADOC welcomed Thailand to join the project in 2007. The ADOC Secretariat set up an ADOC Partner Office, DOC, and two Tele-Centers there. These will serve as bases for promoting the ADOC project and training ICT trainers in Thailand. The ADOC Secretariat sent an e-Business Consulting Group to Thailand in May 2007, and held two “e-Business Entrepreneurship Seminars,” through which they provided business diagnostic and consulting services and shared Chinese Taipei SMEs’ experiences in e-commerce entrepreneurship.
ADOC partner website:http://utcc2.utcc.ac.th/tradestrategies/ContactUs.htm

 

TCC, Nakhon Pathom (2007)

TCC Nakhon Pathom is an Tele-Center which was established in 2007 together with ITS and TCC, Nakhon Ratchasima .These will serve as bases for promoting the ADOC project and training ICT trainers in Thailand.

TCC, Nakhon Ratchasima (2007)

TCC Nakhon Ratchasima is an Tele-Center which was established in 2007 together with ITS and TCC Nakhon Pathom. These will serve as bases for promoting the ADOC project and training ICT trainers in Thailand.

Thamairuak Subdistrict Administrative Organization (2008)  

Thamairuak was an e-Learning Digital Center Since 2008, ADOC 2.0 project has been providing women, children and disadvantaged people opportunities to learn computer skills in Thailand. Until now, more than 10,000 people have benefited from this project.

Banborphong School (2008)  

Banborphong School is an e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2008. Banborphong School is a public school located in Mueang Jurisdiction. There are already 86 students trained in Banborphong School and together with the other 5 school in the near area, the potential trainees are over 500. Elementary school students are the main target of training.
ADOC partner website:http://www.thaischool.in.th/76100625/

College of Asian Scholars (2008)

College of Asian Scholars is and ADOC Partner Office & DOC which was established in 2008. College of Asian Scholars also known as CAS is a local private college. Providing the Youth in the north-east area of Thailand more education source. The school also provide courses such as art, computer, business management, law and nursing. The target trainees are female society and local students.
ADOC partner website:http://casadoc.click2cas.com/blog/

Hua Khiew Wittayalai School (2008) 

Hua Khiew Wittayalai School is an e-School which was established in 2008.
ADOC partner website:http://www.hkw.ac.th/

 

Krasaepattana School (2010)

Krasaepattana School is and ADOC 2.0 e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2010. The opening ceremony was on November 26 and we invited the Asia Scholar principle Dr.Krasae to the ceremony.
ADOC partner website:http://www.ksp.ac.th/

ZOA Mae La Camp (2010)

ZOA Mae La Camp is an ADOC 2.0 e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2010. The opening ceremony was on December 1 and thanks to the sponsorship of ASUS Foundation. The first of these centers will be launched in Mae La Camp and was featured 20 touch screen panel PCs, while the second center will be launched in Umpieum Mai Camp and was also featured 20 touch screen panel PCs..
ADOC partner website:http://www.zoa-international.com/

ZOA Umpiem Mai Camp (2010)

ZOA Umpiem Camp is an ADOC 2.0 e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2010. The opening ceremony was on December 2. The first of these centers will be launched in Mae La Camp and was featured 20 touch screen panel PCs, while the second center will be launched in Umpieum Mai Camp and was also featured 20 touch screen panel PCs..
ADOC partner website:http://www.zoa-international.com/

Nonthaburi Center for Independent Living (2012)      

Nonthaburi is the latest APEC Digital Opportunity Center in Thailand which was established in 2012.The opening of Nonthaburi, Thailand, was on this July 19th. Together with this center, we now have 12 centers in Thailand and trained over 23,000 people.

In order to extent the achievement, ADOC Secretariat has worked with Nonthaburi Center for Independent Living to establish one training center in July 19, hoping to enhance the ability for disabled people in Nonthaburi to use ICT and improve the life of them.