Innovative training methodologies and integrated use of digital learning technology
Join a virtual community of social dialogue and gender equality professionals from across the world to share knowledge and experiences
Successful participants will be awarded an ITCILO Certificate of Participation
Although the reality of gender equality in social dialogue is multifaceted, a common feature is the persistently low participation of women in decision-making forums. Social dialogue in its various forms and gender equality are fundamental values and crosscutting issues for the International Labour Organization (ILO). In fact, social dialogue is a recognized governance tool for the promotion of equality between women and men in the world of work. Therefore, it is important to build the capacity of our constituents to use the mechanisms of social dialogue to promote formulas aimed at breaking down the various gender gaps, as well as to promote women's participation at the decision-making tables. The role of social actors and governments can also contribute to this objective by including this topic in their agendas. Gender equality in social dialogue can be analysed from two perspectives: quantitative data on the participation of men and women in national social dialogue institutions, and qualitative data reflecting the substance of the debate on gender equality and the measures implemented by governments and social partners. To this end, we have developed a program that aims at strengthening the use of social dialogue to promote gender equality. This training course seeks to strengthen the capacity of constituents in order to build results that contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Goal 5 of the UN 2030 Agenda by promoting women's participation in the decision-making tables, including this topic in the agenda of social dialogue and reaching agreements aimed at promoting gender equality in the world of work.
- Government, employers' and workers' representatives; - Professionals in the field of labour relations and employment from public and private sectors; - Human resources and labour relations managers and human resources personnel; - Labour administration and labour inspection personnel; - ILO Staff and other international organizations; - Trainers, consultants and researchers on labour law and gender equality; - Trainers or consultants.
The course will be conducted in two phases:
The training course will require approximately 60 hours of instruction.
The sessions will be delivered by ITCILO and ILO officials, as well as, international specialists on the field of social dialogue and gender equality. Each session will include theoretical explanations complemented by individual reflection activities, plenary discussions, group work and other highly interactive activities.
Participants will have access to a dedicated electronic platform on E-Campus, CIFOIT’s e-learning portal, accessible through a computer or any portable device.
On this electronic platform, they will find resources and activities related to the course modules. Each module includes videos, reading material, interactive resources, practical exercises and other group activities related to the subject matter. Learning will be interactive and facilitated by a person who will provide guidance and clarification on topics and activities.
We will also use new training methodologies, including an industrial relation toolkit, through which participants will have the opportunity to interactively intervene and concretely exercise ways of approaching social dialogue and gender equality.
At the end of the course, participants will be asked to complete a final course paper in the form of a report that will offer them the possibility of receiving a Certificate of Participation.
The entire training programme will be conducted in English. Therefore, a good command of this language is required.
This course aims to:
WHAT TOPIC S DOES THIS COURSE COVER?
HOW MUCH DOES THE TRAINING COURSE COST?
The cost of tuition is €1,615. This covers training, access to the dedicated e-learning platform and training resources.
The cost of subsistence €530.
The total cost is €2,145.
Registration for this course can be requested by filling in the online form at the following: https://oarf2.itcilo.org/DST/A9716166/en
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