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Master training on the Effective Business Member Organization
Business Member Organizations (BMOs) have never had a more important role to play, not only in representing and supporting their members but also in working with national Governments to promote employment and competitiveness in difficult economic times
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / programmes / Employers' Activities
Essentials of Occupational Safety and Health
In December 2017 we launched new version of the EOSH package including a brand new trainer's guide, new cartoons, videos and case studies, enhanced technological offer. The new version for the time being is available in English. Spanish version is under development and will be available as from July 2018.
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / programmes / Employers' Activities
Customer Relations Management (CRM) for Employers and Business Member Organizations
Since 2013, the Programme for Employers Activities of the ITC ILO has invested in the development of a CRM software to facilitate membership data management specially designed to meet the needs of national and sectoral employers' and business member organizations.
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / programmes / Employers' Activities
The Fire Safety Management Course is designed to provide employers, workers and their representatives, as well as others with roles and duties with regards to fire safety with information to enable them to verify that adequate measures are in place to prevent fires occurring, to detect a fire should it occur and to enable all occupants of the building to be efficiently and safely evacuated.
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / Occupational safety and health / projects
Return migration continues to be one of the least considered aspects in migration policy, despite its crucial socioeconomic significance for both countries of origin and destination. Return constitutes a stage in the migration cycle and requires a multidisciplinary rights-based approach and relevant support mechanisms.
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / Labour migration / Our Projects
Employers Young Professionals' Academy
Europe is facing major economic and social challenges. Companies' expectations on Employers Organizations (EOs) staff are growing in terms of responsiveness to their needs, capacity to lobby towards public institutions, ability to develop proposals to improve their business enabling environment.
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / programmes / Employers' Activities
Other projects
On this page, you can find information on further capacity-building projects run by the Employers Programme of the ITCILO.
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / programmes / Employers' Activities
ILO programme “Improving Working Conditions in RMG”
Building a culture of Occupational Safety and Health in the RMG sector The present capacity-building initiative reached 585 companies in RMG sector and provided training to 8,038 mid-level managers and 800,000 workers
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / programmes / Employers' Activities
European Migrant Integration Academy (EU-MIA)
The European Migrant Integration Academy (EU-MIA) funded by the European Comission is a research-based co-operative learning and training initiative which aims at aim involving public officials and local stakeholders in the development and implementation of local level integration policies in selected European cities
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / Labour migration / Our Projects
The project Promoting the Integration of Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe aims at expanding knowledge about the integration outcomes of admission and employment policies for migrant domestic workers - who are often in a precarious employment situation - and enhance stakeholders’ capacities to identify and remove barriers for their socioeconomic integration. The project will fit and build on the ILO follow up action to the recent adoption of a new Domestic Workers Convention and Recommendation.
Located in International Training Centre of the ILO / / Labour migration / Our Projects