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Lifelong career guidance in changing labour markets

13 July 2020,   to   17 July 2020
Turin, Italy

In this context, the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITCILO) and the European Training Foundation (ETF) join forces to organize this course, which will explore innovative policies and practices of lifelong career guidance around the world.

Who attends this course?

- Policy makers in the employment and labour market field, TVET and educational services at national, regional, and local levels
- Representatives of employers' and workers' organizations, unions, and educational and training institutions
- Educators, trainers, experts, and technical staff of public and private employment services, job centres, schools, vocational training centres, and other institutions.

For more information, click on the link provided below.

Measuring skills mismatches

8 June 2020,   to   12 June 2020
Turin, Italy

Using a step-by-step approach, this course aims to equip national and international stakeholders with the necessary competencies to measure skills mismatches and imbalances from both the demand and supply sides.

The course will highlight the latest guidelines developed by the ILO with regard to measuring skills mismatches, while also emphasizing the SDG and the decent work indicators framework.
This course caters for government officials from ministries of labour, economy, and planning; officials of national statistical offices; officials of national, regional and international organizations; members of academic and research institutions; and representatives of workers' and employers' organizations.

Application deadline for course: 5 June 2020

To learn more click on the link provided below

Social partners' involvement in skills development

18 May 2020,   to   22 May 2020
Turin, Italy

In the reform of skills systems around the world, the important role of the social partners is increasingly recognized. Having workers' and employers' organizations actively involved in skills systems at national, sectoral, enterprise and institutional levels is a key strategy for ensuring the relevance and quality of training programmes and minimizing skills mismatches.

The aim of the course is to build the capacity of all ILO constituents - governments, employers' and workers' organizations - to improve the social partners' engagement in skills systems, adopting successful approaches and tools to foster different forms of involvement. The focus will be on understanding the different ways in which trade unions have involved themselves in the skills agenda, and the reasons why employer bodies have participated in the development and implementation of skills-related policies.
Application deadline for course: 20 April 2020

To learn more click on the link provided below

ILO-UNESCO survey for TVET providers, policy-makers and social partners on addressing the COVID-19 pandemic

3 April 2020,   to   1 May 2020

Background
The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting our way of living. It not only poses a threat to the health of millions of people around the world but will also cause major social and economic disruption. The crisis is affecting the way we work and learn in an unprecedented manner. Each of us is feeling its repercussions in different ways. What is urgently needed are responses to address the crisis and its impact.

Within the context of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), training providers and policy-makers are looking for quick, practical and innovative solutions to tackle the issue. It is of utmost importance to define an efficient response in a timely manner, and identify and address the challenges faced by training institutions in order to attempt to counter the negative impact of the crisis, to the extent possible.

Objectives
The purpose of this survey prepared by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is to gather information on good practices and to allow knowledge sharing, with the aim of helping countries around the world mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the areas of education and training. The survey targets:
• providers of initial and continuing technical and vocational education and training
• policy makers (such as Ministries of Labour and Education)
• social partners

The information gathered through this survey will contribute to stocktaking and sharing knowledge about experiences and good practices, strategies and tools that can help other TVET learners and trainers, policy-makers, social partners and other stakeholders mitigate impact, manage the learning and training process effectively and increase resilience during the difficult period presented by the pandemic.

To participate in the survey, click on the link provided below.

ILO-UNESCO Survey

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