Protecting workers and preventing poverty
National public pension systems are designed to sustain income security and prevent poverty. Efficient governance, supported by sound quantitative studies, can make a difference. In this course, financial specialists learn how to prepare for uncertain futures within complex social protection systems through projection methods and models.
Are you ready to design better policies for pension schemes? Join this course today.
Self-guided learning through an online platform
Intensive experience featuring action-oriented activities
Individual work to create project-based proposals
Quantitative specialists and technical officers from:
All participants must be proficient in Excel and Visual Basic.
Women are particularly encouraged to apply.
This two-week, blended course aims to help social security staff create better pension schemes to protect workers and prevent poverty.
Participants contextualize actuarial work in social protection at the national and international levels.
Specialists and officers that use practical methods and new technologies can more efficiently promote social protection.
Develop policy recommendations for specific countries and contexts
Improve the design, financial planning, and governance of national social protection systems
Access a global network of certificated practitioners with a standard skill set
The Turin Centre is known for its unconventional and highly effective learning methodologies.
Diploma for Social Protection Analysts
The Diploma for Social Protection Analysts is a new initiative in the field of social protection capacity strengthening. Its central objective is to support the improvement in analytical aspects of the design, financial planning and governance of national social protection systems, through the training of quantitative specialists.