This certificate programme provides an introduction to the key principles of industrial and employment relations. Participants learn about international legal frameworks, freedom of association, collective bargaining, and much more.
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The Centre’s training methods include participatory discussions and group exercises
Learn from ILO specialists, ITCILO trainers, and external lecturers
This course is based on ILO-recognized strategies and standards
The Certificate of Achievement in Industrial and Employment Relations will introduce participants to the key principles and institutions of industrial and employment relations, and selected practices in this discipline. In particular, it will address the international legal framework of industrial relations; varieties of industrial relations in Europe; the principles of freedom of association, collective bargaining and its machinery and administration; social-dialogue institutions and mechanisms; and the linkages with employment policies and wages, gender equality and social dialogue, gender equality and collective bargaining, and ILO policies and tools for the promotion of social rights. In addition, the course will examine the theory and practice of negotiation, including the economic aspects of wage bargaining and labour-dispute resolution. Participants will be required to pass an examination in order to obtain the Certificate of Achievement in Industrial and Employment Relations awarded by the ITCILO.
Representatives of government, and workers' and employers' organizations; practitioners in the field of industrial and employment relations from the public and private sectors; human resources managers and personnel of human resources departments dealing with industrial and employment relations; labour lawyers; labour administration and labour inspection officials; staff of international organizations; trainers, consultants, researchers and graduate students.
This four-week training course helps participants hone their labour management approach.
Participants discuss relevant topics with international experts and their peers.
After taking the course, participants improve their approach to industrial relations.
The Turin Centre is known for its innovative learning and training methods.