eLearning Course on Membership Strategies for EBMOs

eLearning Course on Membership Strategies for EBMOs

eLearning Course on Membership Strategies for EBMOs

The course is available in English
By the numbers
8
weeks
64
learning hours
A 360° Review of Membership Strategies 
  • Hands-on approach: best practices, tools and methodologies to be applied in daily work;
  • Peer-to-peer sharing of experiences;
  • High-quality content, based on EBMOs’ experiences worldwide;
  • Debates with leaders and experts on membership strategies in post-pandemic context;
  • Career enhancing: leading to the ITCILO Certificate of Achievement.
 

The eLearning Course on Membership Strategies is designed to support EBMOs’ Membership managers in the design and implementation of successful membership strategies and to boost the leadership and sustainability of their organizations. It draws on the unique expertise, research and network of the ITCILO Employers Activities Programme.

Jeanne Schmitt
Senior Programme Officer, ITCILO

“It was a very interesting journey, for me. The course content and material was very useful and interesting and I enjoyed every bit of the programme.”

– S.d.S, Sri Lanka

Learning Modules
  • Module 1 – Membership concepts       
  • Module 2 – Membership indicators
  • Module 3 – The key enablers of membership strategies
  • Module 4 – Membership recruitment
  • Module 5 – Membership retention and renewal
  • Module 6 – Membership engagement
  • Module 7 – Exchange of experiences between participants
  • Module 8 – Knowledge acquisition assessment
Key features
Self-paced learning
Live webinars
Group activities
Access to a global network
Evaluation
  • 95% of past participants were either satisfied or highly satisfied with the overall quality of the training
  • 100% of past participants were either satisfied or highly satisfied with the quality of the learning content
  • 94% of past participants judged the eLearning method very or fully appropriate

It has been a very insightful and wonderful journey throughout this course. Big thanks to all of you for the hard work and making it possible for us to learn from and interact with the other participants. “

– T. W. Y., Singapore

This activity is organized in close cooperation with:
DECP logo
Dutch Employers’ Cooperation Programme

Dutch Employers’ Cooperation Programme (DECP) was founded in 2006 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and employers’ organisation VNO-NCW. DECP focuses on strengthening employers’ organisations in emerging countries with the aim of contributing to the improvement of the business climate.