Skills development is a key factor in the employability of workers and the sustainability of enterprises.
National skills development policies and systems strive to meet present and future labour market needs for skills and to improve productivity and competitiveness in the sectors which are critical for the achievement of national employment and development goals. Skills policies and systems encompass technical and vocational training, workplace learning, informal learning, learning opportunities in the informal and rural economies and education and training for lifelong learning. The Centre offers a varied menu of training modules pertaining to these elements.
The training provides participants with a range of integrated approaches, tools and methodologies used in real-life cases to promote employment and decent work for youth in situations of conflict and disaster. Read More
This workshop is designed to build knowledge and allow best practice sharing about the existing mechanisms for financing training and the necessary conditions for acquiring appropriate funding for skills development. Read More
This course aims to improve the management of training centres, responding to the needs of the labour market, while maximizing internal and external efficiency. Read More
The Centre at the Inter-Regional Expert Forum on Skills and Migration
The Inter-Regional Expert Forum on Skills and Migration in the South Asia – Middle East Corridor took place in New Delhi on 24-25 July 2017. Read More
“Financing Skills Development” – a new ITCILO Training Course 16 – 20 October 2017, Turin (Italy)
Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and lifelong learning benefit individuals, employers and society as a whole. Economic principles demand that the costs for services that bring about public and private benefits should be shared between public and private sources of funding. Read More
A systemic view of Skills Development
The “Academy on Skills Development” has always attracted professionals from all parts of the world. For the first time this year, the Academy has added Arabic as a training language! Read More