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Institutional capacity building for effective labour market information systems (LMIS)

The main objective of the course is to provide participants with a sound understanding of the main functions, components, and applications of a Labour Market Information System (LMIS). The course will highlight how an efficiently functioning LMIS is essential for the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of evidence-based employment and labour market policies.

Type : Course
When : 10 December 2018 - 14 December 2018
Where : Turin, Italie
Using a systematic approach, this course provides practical skills and tips for understanding the dynamics of an effective and efficient labour market information system (LMIS). The course is structured around five modules:
• Overview of labour statistics and analysis;
• The collection and compilation of labour market data and information;
• Establishing a repository of information (data and indicators);
• Developing analytical capacity and tools, including monitoring and tracking indicators, analyzing relationships, and creating econometric models and projections;
• Institutional arrangements, coordination mechanisms, and networks for an effective LMIS.

The course targets: Statisticians and Analysts from National Statistical Offices (NSOs); Ministries of Labour and related Institutions (such as labour observatories); Governmental agencies in charge of labour market data analysis and SDG national reporting; Research and academic institutions; International organizations; Development agencies; in addition to Non-governmental organizations.

Deadline for application: 31 October 2018

To register, click on the link provided below.

Contact Information:

International Training Centre

Sources

ILO

Specify Source

International Training Center of the ILO

Regions

Global

Issues

Labour market information and employment services

Subject Tags

Labour market information
labour policy
data analysis

Start Date

End Date

Location

Turin, Italie

Publication Date

10/2018
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