The training aims to increase capacity of member States to design and implement efficient employment services and labour market programmes for just transitions to decent work over the life course, with a particular focus on vulnerable groups.
The modules, group works and participants' presentations will cover policy approaches and operational tools for efficient employment services, with emphasis on innovative and targeted services and active labour market programmes.
Learning begins at own pace, continues through high-quality, engaging "real time" sessions and ends with an individual assignment
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How to promote just transitions in labour market towards decent work: the role of employment services, in particular in time of global crisis. This online course provides the knowledge and tools required to facilitate job transitions and labour market integration, particularly for young people and women, and enhance the role of employment services. The course methodology is designed to promote the sharing of experience and good practice. This online training will strengthen the capacities of practitioners and policy makers to design, implement efficient employment services. The training will offer an innovative e-learning platform for open policy dialogues between government officials, workers' and employers' organizations representatives, and staff of development agencies. This policy-oriented online learning course will enable you to join a virtual global network of practitioners in a flexible timing. The course consists of a number of online modules offered through the ITCILO e-Campus online platform to be completed from 1st June to end October 2020, for a total of 60 learning hours. The course is broken down into three phases: (i) Pre-course learning: flexible self-guided online learning on with a final assessment; (ii) 'Real time' learning: Live interactive sessions and engaging video presentations by highly experienced trainers and international experts, blended with individual and collaborative group exercises, and online technical forums; and, (iii) End of course assignment: Individual assignment applying to national contexts. Participants who successfully complete all assessments and the final assignment will receive a Certificate of Achievement.
The course is intended for planners and technical staff of ministries and employment agencies; representatives of workers' and employers' organizations. Gender-balanced participation is desirable.
The course is designed to provide conceptual and practical tools with sessions on:
By the end of the programme, participants will have strengthened their technical knowledge to improve their employment service systems. In particular, participants will have:
Participants leave this online course connected to a global network of professionals on employment services. In addition to enhancing capacities and knowledge, the workshop aims to stimulate peer learning, and possible future collaboration among participants and their respective institutions and organizations.
They will be able to improve their capacity in designing and implementing effective employment services and active labour market programmes by:
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