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G20 Training strategy: A skilled workforce for strong, sustainable and balanced growth

The G20 Training Strategy articulates the crucial elements of skills development policy and specifies the essential building blocks of a robust training strategy.

The G20 Training Strategy, developed by the ILO in partnership with other international organizations, in particular OECD and UNESCO, and with employers and workers, extends the outreach of ILO’s strategic policy framework on skills and employability. The strategy focuses on building bridges between the world of education and training and the world of work. Drawing on a wide range of international experience, the G20 Training Strategy articulates why a skills strategy is needed, outlines a conceptual framework for such a strategy, and assembles the essential building blocks of a robust training strategy.

Sources

ILO

Regions

Global

Knowledge Products

International standards and strategy papers

Sub Knowledge Products

Strategy paper

Issues

Anticipating future skills needs
Access to training and skills utilization
Financing training
Labour market information and employment services
Portability of skills and life-long learning
Participation of social partners
Policy convergence
Assessing policy performance
Sectoral approaches
Training quality and relevance

Subject Tags

Apprenticeships
Skills recognition
lifelong learning
vocational training
economic growth
education and training
Financing training
Policy convergence
Sectoral approaches
Skills anticipation

Additional Subject Tags

training policy, economic recovery, economic growth

Publication Date

01/2011
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