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15 October 2018 - 19 October 2018

Sectoral approaches to skills development

15 October 2018 - 19 October 2018

Sectoral approaches to skills development

Sectoral approaches to skills development

Course Information

15 October 2018 - 19 October 2018

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9011262

English

Deadline: 11 September 2018

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Description

Description

This training course will examine the methodologies, institutional arrangements and models to analyse the skills and competences needed for the development of key economic sectors and industries. In addition, it will focus on approaches of how to develop TVET strategies that respond to sector-/industry- based skills needs.

Target audience

Target audience

Policymakers and technical advisors of Ministries of Employment/Labour, Ministries of Education, Members of skills councils, national TVET authorities or similar institutions; representatives of workers' and employers' organizations involved in sectoral, regional or national skills anticipation; experts and technical staff working in the field of TVET planning.

Objectives

Objectives

The main objective of the course is to “help participants better understand the characteristics, methodologies, institutional arrangements and sectoral skills development modalities needed for identifying labour market imbalances in terms of
skills development at a sectoral level, in addition to recognizing the current and future skills needed at a sectoral level in a broader macroeconomic policy framework.”

Content

Content

The course will focus on:
• Sectoral approaches for skills development:Understanding economic sectors and their different skills needs;
• Applying skills needs analysis on a sectoral level through: Sector prioritization, sector definition, collaborative mechanisms on a sectoral level;
• Value Chain linkages between economic sectors in terms of skills needs
• Skills implications as well as skills projections on a sectoral level;
• Skills gaps on a sectoral level, and how to respond to these gaps;
• Institutional arrangements at a sectoral leve in relation to skills development strategies: Roles and services of different entities, governance, financing, and sectoral skills councils.

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

In line with the “Turin Learning Approach” used by the International Training Centre of the ILO, the course will be highly participatory and allow for discussions, explorations and knowledge exchange with experts and fellow participants. The methodology will be based on a combination of different learning methodologies, alternating presentations by recognized subject-matter specialists with interactive and participatory exercises, country examples, case studies and spaces for knowledge sharing and refl ection. Participants are encouraged to bring with them any document they deem interesting to
share, in particular guides and reports on methodologies or anticipation exercises carried out in their countries and any other documentation relevant to this course.

Language requirements

Language requirements

The course will be offered in English.

How to apply

How to apply

To register, kindly fi ll in and submit the online registration form available here: http://intranetp.itcilo.org/SHF/A9011262/en 

Applicants are kindly asked to attach to their form or send by email an official sponsorship letter by their employer/ institution (or a donor organization), stating that it will cover the cost of the course (Euro 2,215) and the international travel to and from the course venue (ITCILO Turin, Italy).

Participants applying for a partial fellowship should clearly indicate this in their sponsorship letter and state that their institution will cover the remaining part of the cost of the course (EURO 1,215).

Deadline for application:
3rd of September, 2018

next edition

23/Sep/2019

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Tuition cost: 1600

Subsistence cost: 615

Total cost: 2215

 

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