Skills dimensions of labour migration to promote decent employment for all

Skills dimensions of labour migration to promote decent employment for all

Skills dimensions of labour migration to promote decent employment for all

Anticipating, developing, and partnering

29 June–3 July 2020
The course is available in English, Français

Today, many countries experience the simultaneous inflows and outflows of migration. However, it is alarmingly common that migrant workers do not enjoy decent working conditions. In this course, organized in partnership with the European Training Foundation, participants learn about the different skills dimensions of migration, as well as how to design programmes aimed at improving decent work for migrants.

Join this course to learn how to create more and better jobs for migrants.

Key features
Learn differently

The Centre’s training methods include case studies and group exercises

High-level resources

Learn from ITCILO trainers and European Training Foundation specialists

Proven procedures

This course is based on ILO-recognized strategies and standards

Introduction to the course

This course aims to promote better labour-market outcomes for migrant workers in both sending and receiving countries. Key topics including skills recognition, labour-market information systems, and the role of public employment services and recruitment agencies.

Who attends this course?

ILO constituents, ministries, academia, NGOs, diaspora associations

What topics does this course cover?

This course focuses on the skills-related components of policies and programmes for migrant workers.

  • Skills development
  • Skills anticipation and matching
  • Skills mobility and partnerships
What will I learn?

Participants discuss relevant topics with international experts and their peers.

  • The role and scope of bilateral labour migration agreements and employer-led actions
  • All about different skills anticipation concepts and tools, and how to use them
  • Best practices in skills development to boost employment for migrant workers
What will I be able to do?

Participants connect to a global network of professionals operating skills-related programmes for migrant workers.

  • Utilize skills anticipation tools to identify job-rich sectors for regular migration
  • Conceive skills development-related actions for migrant worker target groups
  • Assess the value of skills partnerships between origin and destination countries
Why should I join?

The Turin Centre is known for its innovative learning and training methods.

  • This course takes a hands-on approach, highlights best practices, and introduces new and useful tools.
  • Participants are encouraged to share individual experiences and work in teams to enhance their learning.
  • This course gets to the core of current debates and research on skills and migration.

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