Every social security programme is imbued with public interest that demands exemplary governance in its administration. This course draws on international best-practice guidelines to assess the main principles, structures and mechanisms that promote and support good governance practices in key areas of social security administration. This is one of seven courses run in partnership with the International Social Security Association (ISSA) held
simultaneously at the Turin Centre. Join a network of social security practitioners in this highly specialized course.
The green campus with modern training facilities makes a unique space for learning
Innovative training methodologies and integrated use of digital learning technology
Learning begins at home, continues in the classroom, and ends with an individual assignment
Critical insights from professionals of ISSA member organizations
The ISSA Guidelines on Good Governance provide board members and managers with practical guidance in nine areas of major concern: strategic planning; operational risk management; internal auditing of operations; actuarial soundness; enforcement of the prudent-person principle in investment management; prevention and control of corruption and fraud in contributions and benefits; service standards for members and beneficiaries; human-resource policies on development, retention and succession; and investment in ICT infrastructure. The training will provide an in-depth analysis and understanding of the ISSA Guidelines.
This course is designed for social security professionals from ISSA member institutions, in particular board members, managers and professionals holding positions directly related to the nine areas covered by the Guidelines.
This course was designed specifically for social security professionals from ISSA member organizations.
This course uses the ISSA Guidelines on Good Governance as a framework for assessing challenges and identifying innovations.
This course is designed specifically for social security professionals from ISSA member organizations.
The course consists of 60 total hours of learning, broken up into three phases.