Best practices in ILS reporting

Best practices in ILS reporting

Best practices in ILS reporting

21 Marzo–13 Maggio 2022
Il corso è disponibile in English
Presentazione del corso

This course provides knowledge and skills for improving reporting on the application, in law and in practice, of ratified ILO Conventions.

Chi si iscrive a questo corso?

Government officials responsible for reporting on the application of ratified ILO Conventions; representatives of employers' and workers' organizations involved in reporting activities.

What topics does this course cover?
  • ILO reporting background.
  • Reports on ratified Conventions: types, forms, content, communication to and consultations with representative organizations of employers and workers, periodicity, exceptions, calendar of action and challenges.
  • Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR).
  • Conference Committee on the Application of Standards (CAS).
What will I gain from the course?
  • Background knowledge of the ILO and its ILS system.
  • Detailed and updated knowledge of the role and operation of reporting in the ILS system.
  • Capacity to use the NORMLEX databases, the MILSR website and other resources relevant to ILS reporting.
  • Capacity to prepare (or participate in the preparation of) the reports on the application, in law and in practice, of ratified ILO Conventions.
How is the course organized?
  • Approximately 6 hours per week.
  • 16 self-guided sessions, with two sessions to be completed each week, combined with live webinars.
  • A tutor follows participants’ progress.
  • Knowledge assessment at the start and at the end of the training.
  • A unique assignment consisting in the drafting of a report on the application of a ratified ILO Convention, which is then commented in order to improve quality.
  • Course content relies on materials to work with, multiple-choice quizzes, short answer quizzes for return to the tutor, videos, screencasts of NORMLEX database, and a Forum for discussion.

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