Apprenticeships are a key aspect of skills development policies and programmes. In this course, organized in conjunction with the ILO's Employment Department, Skills and Employability branch and the European Training Foundation, participants learn about the links between training and labour-market needs, as well as how to formalize and structure apprenticeship programmes worldwide. Join this course if you are motivated to improve apprenticeships for the future of work.
Policy-makers and technical advisors of ministries; members of skills councils, national TVET authorities and similar institutions; representatives of workers' and employers' organizations involved in apprenticeships; experts and technical staff of CSOs and NGOs, and other civil society actors.
The course facilitates the development of a holistic understanding of policies and systems related to quality apprenticeships. It is structured around seven modules that address the two main dimensions for the development of quality apprenticeships systems:
Participants will be connected to a global network of competence development professionals and will be able to enhance their contribution to the design and implementation of quality apprenticeships in their country and within their organization:
The course materials are at the forefront of global research and policy development on quality apprenticeships, thanks to the collaboration between the ILO, ETF and SFIVET.
It will enable participants to deepen their knowledge on different aspects of quality apprenticeships:
This course will consist of the following learning units:
The course has a practical approach, highlighting best practices and offering tools and methodologies that will help participants in their daily work.
Thanks to its high quality content, developed by three leading actors in the field (ETF, SFIVET and ILO), the course places participants at the heart of the current debate and policy options that are successfully tested.
This innovative online course has been designed with a learner-centred approach to better engage participants and keep them motivated. It is highly interactive and engaging, using different methods across the seven modules to make the content interesting, relevant and entertaining. Participants are encouraged to share their individual and national experiences during the training, thus creating an international community of practice. Once the participant has completed each module and submitted the module assignment through the course platform, a tutor will provide an assessment and the participant will be given access to the next module. Participants who successfully complete the learning activities, the set of required assignments and produce a final assignment will receive a Certificate of Achievement. Those who complete at least 80% of the learning activities will receive a Certificate of Participation