The new ILO Skills and Lifelong Learning Knowledge Sharing Platform help users with different knowledge needs (e.g. policy advisors, employers, training institutions, academics) find the information and analysis they want. For each “topic”, information is organized as a pyramid of knowledge products, starting from a base of statistics and comprehensive research reports to national skills policies and concise policy alternatives at the apex.

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Summer Global Youth Forum 2021 - Youth at the forefront of achieving the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development

Far from being mere beneficiaries of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, young people are recognized as having been among the architects in its development, and should continue to be engaged in the frameworks and processes that support its implementation, follow-up and review. With its disproportionate effects on young people, however, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities along already existing divides, and it now risks red..

World Employment Conference 2021

Transformation is nothing new in labour markets but the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated many of the trends that we were already observing and the world of work is getting increasingly complex. It’s time to simplify that complexity! The World Employment Conference 2021 will bring you the understanding, inspiration and global network that you need to thrive in such a labour market in transformation. To learn more about the conference and t..

E-learning course on financing skills development

The course targets a mixed audience of professionals involved in skills development and vocational training policy, employment creation, and social inclusion at the national and regional levels. It will be of particular interest to senior policy-makers, technical staff and advisors to ministries of labour and education, as well as other ministries and authorities involved in skills development and TVET policies and systems; management and technic..

E-learning course on the management of vocational training centers - Advanced

Who attends this course?Directors and managers of vocational training centres; - Policy makers and technical advisors of Ministries working in the area of vocational training Centres' management; - Members of skills councils, national TVET authorities or similar institutions; - Representatives of workers' and employers' organizations involved in vocational training delivery; - Experts and technical staff from CSOs, NGOs and other civil society..

E-learning course on sectoral approaches to skills development

This training course will examine methodologies, institutional arrangements and models for analysing the skills and competences needed for developing key economic sectors and industries. It will also focus on approaches to developing TVET strategies that respond to sector/industry-based skills needs. Who attends this course? The course targets policy-makers and technical advisors of ministries of employment/labour and education; members of skil..
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