Distance training in best practices in ILS reporting

Distance training in best practices in ILS reporting

Distance training in best practices in ILS reporting

30 March–22 May 2020
The course is available in English

Member States are obliged to report on the application, in law and practice, of ratified ILO Conventions. This course aims to improve reporting, which ensures the efficacy of the supervisory system as a whole. As a distance learning course, all work is completed online.

Set aside five hours per week and improve your International Labour Standards (ILS) reporting skills.

Key features
Self-paced course

Just clear five hours per week—morning, afternoon, or evening

Innovative materials

Learn with multimedia tools and take online quizzes

Library access

All training materials and resources remain available for download

Practical work

Complete a final report on an ILO Convention

Introduction to the course

This course provides knowledge and skills for improving reporting on the application, in law and in practice, of ratified ILO Conventions.

Who attends this course?

Government officials responsible for reporting on the application of ratified ILO Conventions; representatives of employers' and workers' organizations involved in reporting activities.

What topics does this course cover?

This course strengthens national capacities to deliver better, more timely ILS reports.

  • ILS reporting
  • ILO Conventions and Constitution
  • Employers’ and workers’ organizations
What will I learn?

Participants can communicate through an online forum, sharing ideas and facilitating discussions.

  • Basic information about the ILO and the ILS reporting system
  • How to use a database and relevant resources to improve ILS reporting
  • Reasons reports are occasionally required outside of the regular cycle
What will I be able to do?

Put your skills to use by creating ILS reports that support the supervisory system.

  • Prepare a capstone report on the application of a ratified ILO Convention
  • Deal with any challenges that may arise during the reporting process
  • Access a library filled with publications and other resources for ILS reporting
Why should I join?

ILS reporting is an obligation with a global impact. 

  • Participants set their own pace and learn these topics entirely online.
  • Course materials include multimedia tools and quizzes, in addition to more traditional written texts.
  • A tutor will follow participants’ progress throughout the course.

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