Deadline for application: 08 September 2018
English
A9011250
Turin Centre
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Course Information

08 October 2018 - 19 October 2018

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9011250

Deadline: 08 September 2018

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This course considers the range of financing options available for the design of cost-effective and equitable social welfare systems, offering a thorough analysis of their advantages and disadvantages and their financial and economic implications. The course will engage participants in discussion about the design and maintenance of national social protection systems that seek to ensure the effective and efficient use of resources available at national level while supporting long-term economic development. The course explores theoretical and practical policy questions within the national fiscal space context, as well as looking at the public finance implications of comprehensive, affordable and financially sustainable social protection systems in a given country. 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

This course considers the range of financing options available for the design of cost-effective and equitable social welfare systems, offering a thorough analysis of their advantages and disadvantages and their financial and economic implications. The course will engage participants in discussion about the design and maintenance of national social protection systems that seek to ensure the effective and efficient use of resources available at national level while supporting long-term economic development. The course explores theoretical and practical policy questions within the national fiscal space context, as well as looking at the public finance implications of comprehensive, affordable and financially sustainable social protection systems in a given country. 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 targets social protection quantitative specialists interested in public finance, fiscal space analysis and social protection financing (such as economists, actuaries, statisticians, mathematicians, computer programmers, accountants and financial managers) working for: - Social protection institutions; - Ministries of Social Protection, Finance, Social Affairs and Departments responsible for social protection; - Social protection regulators and supervisors; - Research community contributing to the design and implementation of development projects and programmes; - UN Staff and Development Agencies.

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spgt@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 2320

Subsistence cost: 1360

Total cost: 3680

 

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