As part of the strategic objective of the ILO to promote full and productive employment, the Employment Policy and Analysis Programme endeavours to support the capacity of governments, social partners and other stakeholders to design, implement and analyse employment and skills development policies and programmes.
The programme handles a range of activities, including master’s programmes, training courses, knowledge-sharing events, experts meetings and conferences. Depending on their specific nature, activities may address: university graduates; researchers and analysts; policy makers; implementers; and/or staff of donor and development agencies (including ILO staff). Mixed audiences are often brought together as appropriate at such activities in order to stimulate an exchange of perspectives and insights on what works and what doesn’t work with regard to employment and training systems and programmes.
Employment Policy and Analysis Programme
This course aims to promote better labour-market outcomes for migrant workers in both sending and receiving countries. Read More
This course equips participants with the knowledge and tools for promoting better outcomes for women in the labour market. Read More
09 September 2019 - 13 September 2019
Enrolment deadline: 02 August 2019
This course provides a platform for the sharing of knowledge and experience of policy approaches and instruments for tackling the challenges of youth Not in Employment, Education or Training. Read More
This training course will examine methodologies, institutional arrangements and models for analysing the skills and competences needed for developing key economic sectors and industries. Read More
This course focuses on building the awareness and capacities of planners and policy-makers in formulating and implementing careers guidance policies and programmes. Read More
This Forum brings together leading experts and representatives of governments, workers' and employers' organizations and other stakeholders to discuss critical dimensions of the Future of Work agenda, including the impact of globalization and technological change on labour markets. Read More
This course will discuss the importance of structural transformation in creating jobs and promoting inclusive growth, provide relevant tools, and analyse how structural transformation occurs and what impacts it has. Read More
This course gives an in-depth insight into diagnostic analysis, policy formulation, monitoring and impact evaluation, with a view to creating employment through sectoral strategies. Read More
This course aims at supporting the design and implementation of policies that would enhance employment creation in terms of quantity and quality, by building the capacity of all relevant stakeholders to identify, measure and assess the employment effects of policies, being those economic, sectoral, trade or labour market policies. Read More
The Academy is being offered to meet the current and future needs of countries to strengthen their labour market statistics and analysis systems in the wake of new international statistical standards and groundbreaking developments in the world of statistics. Read More
The Global Knowledge-Sharing Forum is the world platform for sharing knowledge on what has worked in the quest for decent work through formalization of the economy at the national, regional and global levels. Read More
The main objective of the course is to enhance capacity of participants to contribute to the design and implementation of wage policies at the sub-national, national, regional and international level. Read More
Building the capacity of Career Guidance Officers in Bangladesh
As part of the ILO Skills-21 project, the ITCILO is training a group of Career Guidance Officers (CGOs) in Dhaka, from 28 July to 5 August 2019. Read More
Stay tuned: ITCILO special event to be broadcast on 27 June!
The Academy on Skills Development will take place on the ITCILO Campus from 24 June to 5 July 2019, with 75 participants from 32 different countries. The Academy will encompass all major topics in the Skills Development environment, with more than 40 experts contributing during the two-week period. Read More
Building suitable and sustainable apprenticeship systems at the ITCILO
Forty-four participants from 15 countries took part in a training activity on “Promoting quality apprenticeships in enterprises”, held on campus from 6 to 10 May 2019. Read More