Training materials and curriculum:
This video describes how countries can help individuals get the skills they need for the jobs of today and tomorrow. It also highlights a new resource tool for sharing information from credible sources on what works in skills development: The Global Public-Private Skills for Employment Knowledge Sharing Platform.
This study documents country apprenticeship practices, explores the expected mandate and objectives of a business network on apprenticeship, and examines options for the network's governance structure and viable financing mechanisms, among other factors.
Conceptualizes and describes innovative, plausible, scalable, compelling and high-impact solutions that will improve access to education, strengthen educational quality, improve workers’ skills and increase equity – across income levels, gender and other demographic subgroups.
ILO/G20 Training Strategy: A Skilled Workforce for Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Growth
OECD: Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Lives: A Strategic Approach to Skills Policies
World Bank: Stepping Up Skills for More Jobs and Higher Productivity
UNESCO: Youth and Skills: Putting Education to Work
Job creation and local economic development
Provides guidance on how policy makers could bolster job creation and achieve sustainable inclusive growth, while meeting challenges such as youth unemployment, population ageing and climate change.
Sustainable funding for vocational education a must
This article features Hassan Ndahi, ILO Senior Skills Specialist and speaker at the TVET Council's 20th Anniversary (Barbados).
Inclusion of youth with disabilities: The business case
Provides a collection of positive examples from ten companies which trained or employed young people with disabilities.
Business as unusual: Making workplaces inclusive of people with disabilities
Based on examples from fifteen multinational companies, employers' organisations and business networks, this publication presents key factors leading to the successful inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace.
Disability and corporate social responsibility reporting: An analysis comparing reporting practices of 40 selected multinational enterprises
Investigates the reporting practices of forty multinational enterprises in an effort to explore how companies are integrating disability into their corporate social responsibility work.
International Training Centre of the ILO (ITC/ILO): Training Workshop on Financing Skills Development
, Turin, Italy
International Conference on Emerging Trends in TVET: Vision 2025
, Bhopal, India
Competency Based Training and Green Skills for Work and Life in Post-2015 Africa: The Role of TVET
, Kampala, Uganda