This course will equip participants with the knowledge and tools required to design and operationalize a results-based management system in the public sector. In addition, it will expose participants to sound public-sector labour relations policies and practices.
Senior and middle-level public-sector managers; national, provincial and local government officials; managerial staff of public agencies and state-owned enterprises; labour administration system officials, including those working for provident funds and social security schemes; representatives of public-sector trade unions.
At the end of the training programme participants will be able to:
Public sector modernization; Results-based management framework; Tools and techniques for results-based management; Evaluation in the results-based management framework;
Fundamentals of strategic planning; Social dialogue: concept, modalities, forms, mechanisms; ILO legal framework for labour relations in the public sector; Labour dispute prevention and resolution in the public sector; Good practices relating to performance management and labour relations in the public sector.
The workshop will be held at the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITC/ILO) in Turin (Italy) from to 4 to 12 May 2020, followed by a study tour in the Hague/Amsterdam (The Netherlands) from 13 to 15 May 2020.
A participatory approach combining presentations by international experts, discussions, exercises, case studies and group work will be adopted throughout the workshop. In addition, the study tour will expose participants to good practices relating to results-based management and labour relations in the public sector in the Netherlands.
If you wish to participate in this training programme, please fill in the online application on the above link. The application should be accompanied by a letter from the sponsoring organization committing to cover participation cost (4,620 Euros). Participation cost includes tuition, training-related documentation and use of campus facilities; single-room accommodation, meals and laundry in Turin, emergency medical insurance, hotel and meals during the study tour in the Netherlands.