Practical information about policies and processes
All the Centre's regular courses are open to candidates through grants or individual sources of funding. These candidates should send their applications directly to the ITCILO.
Workers' Activities and Employers' Activities training courses are available by invitation only. Additional candidates may be accepted if they pay a fee and are approved by the Secretary of the Workers' Group or Employers' Group of the ILO Governing Body.
The application procedure allows the Centre to match participants' needs to training activities. It is important to specify language skills, job experience, and academic background.
To apply for a regular course:
The team responsible for the course will consider all applications in a standardized selection process. Successful candidates will be notified immediately.
Prices for regular courses
The total price of a training activity is calculated through tuition and subsistence costs. Costs are subject to change.
The tuition price covers course preparation, implementation and evaluation, training materials and books, and the use of facilities and support services, including online resources. For face-to-face courses, tuition also covers study tours (if planned) and emergency medical insurance.
The subsistence price covers accommodation and full board on the Centre's campus, laundry services (for courses longer than one week), and local study visits (if planned). For face-to-face courses outside Turin, the subsistence price covers accommodation and full board, as well as incidentals, depending on the available facilities.
The listed prices do not include the cost of travel between the participant's home country and the course venue.
Participants are responsible for holding a valid passport and obtaining the appropriate visa for the country in which the course is held, for any country in which a transit or stopover is required, and for all countries in which study tours are scheduled as part of the activity.
Listed prices do not include the costs of passports, visas, and airport taxes.
Questions about the Centre's regular training courses? Send an email to the course contact person or email@example.com for general inquiries.
Enrollment in regular courses
Once a candidate has been accepted to a regular course, they will receive upon enrollment an official confirmation, guidelines, and an invoice issued by the Centre's financial services.
Payment is required to secure a participant's place in a course and, in certain cases, for the timely issuance of necessary visas.
The amount due should be received by the Centre at least 14 days prior to the start date of the activity and is payable in full. All related bank charges—bank of origin, correspondent bank, and recipient bank—should be borne entirely by the payer.
Payment methods and details
Payments can be processed by bank transfer using the following information:
Beneficiary: International Training Centre of the ILO
Account number: 1 0000 0560 002
Bank: Intesa Sanpaolo SpA
Branch: No. 523, Viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10, 10127, Turin, Italy
IBAN: IT96 G 03069 09214 100000560002
It is essential that the invoice number and the course code are indicated on the bank transfer form and that the Centre receives a copy of the transaction no less than seven days prior to the start date of the course.
Alternatively, the amount due may be paid by credit card. As this method requires access to the Centre's secure, electronic payment service, participants wishing to pay by credit card should notify the Centre immediately. The Centre only accepts Visa and Mastercard.
Withdrawal, cancellation policy, and refunds for regular courses
If an enrolled participant wishes or must withdraw from a course, they may choose to apply to a different course or be substituted by another candidate. The participant must notify the Centre, in writing, of their decision at least 14 days prior to the start date of the course.
Cancellation of participation in regular courses will result in the following penalties:
Enrollment in Masters at the Turin School of Development
Once a participant has been accepted to a Master and chooses to enroll, they receive an official confirmation, guidelines, and an invoice issued by the Centre's financial services.
Payment is required from sponsoring institution(s) and self-paying participants to secure a participant's place in a Master (for the distance learning phase) and, in certain cases, for the timely issuance of necessary visas (for the face-to-face learning phase).
The amounts due are payable in full. All related bank charges—bank of origin, correspondent bank, and recipient bank—should be borne entirely by the payer.
Payment terms, withdrawal, cancellation policy, and refunds for Masters
The payment schedule for Masters is as follows:
Cancellation of participation in Master's courses will result in the following penalties:
Refunds, where and as applicable, will be processed with all bank charges—bank of origin, correspondent bank, and recipient bank—to be borne by the participant or the sponsoring institution(s).