APNIC’s Community Trainers program seeks to build a community of experienced Internet engineers in the APNIC region who act as voluntary, local instructors at APNIC training events in their economy or region.
We are seeking industry experts to volunteer to become APNIC Community Trainers and work closely with the APNIC in-house training team to contribute awareness of local operational issues and facilitate interactive discussion among participants during trainings and workshops.
To express your interest please complete the application form.
Who are we and what do we do?
As the Regional Internet Registry for the Asia Pacific, we work for the good of the Internet and the 4.5 billion people who use it across the region. We're a Not-For-Profit and are responsible for overseeing the distribution of IP addresses – and wider Internet addressing services - to governments, organisations and individuals. We also provide support to our membership of more than 7,000 across 56 economies.
Why is this so important?
The people who created the Internet decided right from the start that it should be a public resource and that it needs to be managed and shared in a fair way. We help make that happen. By managing fair access to IP addresses, and delivering support and guidance to those who are using them, we enable and promote an open and equal Internet in APAC and beyond.