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 main objective of this course is to help participants understand the central importance of identifying current and future skills needs and labour market imbalances in a broader policy framework, and to acquire basic knowledge. Read More
03 October 2016 - 07 October 2016
Enrolment deadline: 19 September 2016
This highly participative 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
What trends will skills development follow? How are countries overcoming obstacles, given their different realities? Read More
Meeting your requirements: you ask, we design and deliver
In close collaboration with the Belgian Technical Cooperation service (BTC), the Centre conducted two week-long training activities on the daily management of training institutions in the participants’ regions. Read More
The first “ILO Global Knowledge Sharing Forum (GKSF) on the transition from the informal to the formal economy” was held on Campus from 23 to 27 November. Read More