The MOOC specifically addresses how to design education and training interventions tailored to the needs of people who may be at risk of or have directly experienced forms of modern slavery, such as forced labour or trafficking for labour exploitation. This MOOC is part of the ITC-ILO's training offer on skills development and fundamental principles and rights at work.
The MOOC is aimed at government officials, development practitioners, key ILO and UN staff working on related topics, as well as representatives, managers and staff of key TVET stakeholders, such as:
- Technical staff from ministries working in TVET and skills development, education, social protection, and labour and human rights;
- Experts and technical staff from CSOs, NGOs and other civil society actors, working in the field of human rights and/or TVET;
- TVET teachers and trainers, in-company trainers and mentors;
- Pedagogical staff of TVET trainers' training centres;
- Managers of vocational training centres;
- Representatives of workers' and employers' organisations involved in the implementation of TVET;
- Module 1: 1. Key concepts on forced labor and modern slavery and the root causes of vulnerability
- Module 2 : Approaches to combating forced labor
- Module 3 : The role of education and training in prevention
- Module 4 : Victim-centred needs assessment, career guidance and post-training support
Through this MOOC you will have the opportunity to :
- Identify the key concepts related to the different forms of forced labour, the root causes of these phenomena and the socio-economic vulnerabilities of the victims;
- Recognise the needs of people who are or have been at risk of being directly affected by modern slavery and the range of services required for their successful reintegration;
- Design and implement effective education and training programmes to build the resilience of at-risk populations and victims and help them access decent work opportunities.