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19 November 2018 - 30 November 2018

Actuarial Modeling for Social Protection Analysts

19 November 2018 - 30 November 2018

Actuarial Modeling for Social Protection Analysts

Actuarial Modeling for Social Protection Analysts

Course Information

19 November 2018 - 30 November 2018

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9011114

English

Deadline: 19 October 2018

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Quantitative specialists working for public pension schemes and other social protection programs will be trained to develop and build their own scheme-specific model based on the ILO's generic models. At the end of the workshop, participants will be in a position to support their institutions' financial forecasts. This course qualifies for the "International Certification for Social Protection Analysts". Complete three courses out of the four qualified courses (Impact Assessment, Public Finance, Actuarial Modeling and Academy) within five years to earn your "Social Protection Analysts" recognition.

Description

Description

Quantitative specialists working for public pension schemes and other social protection programs will be trained to develop and build their own scheme-specific model based on the ILO's generic models. At the end of the workshop, participants will be in a position to support their institutions' financial forecasts. This course qualifies for the "International Certification for Social Protection Analysts". Complete three courses out of the four qualified courses (Impact Assessment, Public Finance, Actuarial Modeling and Academy) within five years to earn your "Social Protection Analysts" recognition.

Target audience

Target audience

The course is designed for quantitative specialists, such as economists, actuaries, statisticians, mathematicians, computer programmers, accountants and financial managers, involved in the financial planning of public pension schemes and other social protection programs.

Objectives

Objectives

The workshop provides advanced knowledge and modeling tools needed for the effective design, management and monitoring of pension schemes. The main aim of the workshop is to enhance the capacity of participants to use projection methods, develop actuarial models and build their own country-specific model based on the generic model of the ILO. At the end of the workshop, participants will be better equipped to understand and participate in the financial planning of their institutions through actuarial projections.

Content

Content

The two-week workshop will cover the following topics:

Module A: Social protection framework
• Social protection financing concepts, design and policy
• Context of the actuarial work in social protection at the national and international level
• Concept of the generic ILO models

Module B: National projection
• Demographic projection
• Labour force and employment projection
• Economic projection

Module C: Scheme-specific projection
• Social security data analysis
• Scheme-specific past experience review and assumptions
• Modeling scheme-specific projections

Module D: Validating and interpreting projection
• Projection consistency and validation
• Interpretation of scheme-specific results
• Long-term sustainability and fi nancing strategies

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

Training process

The ITC promotes a three phase approach in its learning activities:

  • Phase I: Pre-course information on the Internetbased learning platform
    • Three weeks before the course
  • Phase II: Face-to-Face workshop
    • Two week course in Turin
  • Phase III: Post-Training on the Internetbased learning platform
    • Following the face to face course

The workshop is based principally on the existing set of ILO projection models, ILO technical guides and the ILO Quantitative methods in social protection series. The workshop will combine lectures, tailormade modeling exercises, discussions and group work. An action-oriented, participative approach will be used.

Language

Language

English

International Certification for Social Protection Analysts

International Certification for Social Protection Analysts

Background and Objective

The International Certification for Social Protection Analysts is a new initiative of the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO). Its central objective is to reinforce the capacity of Social Protection Analysts through critical professional training in the planning, design, governance and management of national social protection systems ILO member states.

The central objectives of the International Certification are to:

  • Increase the competences of Social Protection Analysts
  • Ensure – through a rigorous certification process - that these Social Protection Analysts have sound and up-to-date skills and the capacity to improve the policies and management of national social protection systems and to provide policy advice and the quantitative evidence base for policy decision making through financial, economic and fiscal and social impact analyses of social protection policies,
  • Build a marinating network of Social Protection Analysts which serve as a permanent challenge for the exchange of national and personal experience and thus create a powerful conduit for life-long learning from real world experience.

Certification Process

International Certification


The International Certification is composed of four social protection courses. Participants need to complete three courses out of the four qualified courses within a 5-year period in order to earn the “Social Protection Analysts” recognition. The International Certification represents 450 learning hours. 

During each of the three courses, participants have the opportunity to take advantage of a rich and flexible learning programme, which guarantees a steep learning curve in an international environment of knowledge exchange. It also provides a unique opportunity for networking with a large pool of social security experts.

How to apply

How to apply

Applicants should complete the online nomination form no later than 19 October 2018, supported by a nomination letter from the sponsoring institution indicating how the participant will be financed.

The form can be found at http://intranetp.itcilo.org/STF/A9011114/en

Please note that if a Schengen visa for Italy is needed, the time required is on average at least three weeks.

Contact us

spgt@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 2320

Subsistence cost: 1360

Total cost: 3680

 

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