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Social partners' involvement in skills development

In the reform of skills systems around the world, the important role of the social partners is increasingly recognized.

Type : Course
When : 18 May 2020 - 22 May 2020
Where : 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

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Contact Information:

ITC/ILO

Sources

ILO

Specify Source

ITC

Regions

Global

Issues

Participation of social partners

Subject Tags

Skills upgrading

Start Date

End Date

Location

Turin, Italy

Publication Date

01/2020
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