Lifelong Career Guidance in changing labour markets

Lifelong Career Guidance in changing labour markets

Lifelong Career Guidance in changing labour markets

Innovative policies and practices around the world

15–19 Março 2021
O curso está disponível em English

Technological advances, demographic and climate changes are driving massive and rapid changes in the labour market. Old jobs are disappearing and new jobs are emerging. Effective lifelong career guidance is the much needed answer as it supports individuals through more frequent and increasingly complex transitions in the labour market.

In this context, the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITCILO) and the European Training Foundation (ETF) join forces to organize this course, which will explore innovative policies and practices of lifelong career guidance around the world.

Join us in Turin from the 13th to the 17th of July!

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Key features
High-level expertise

Learn from ITCILO, ETF and leading world experts in career guidance

Proven procedures

This course is designed based on internationally-recognized strategies and standards

Collaborative environment

Fully engage and interact with an international cohort

Campus life

Stay and study on the banks of the River Po

Apresentação do curso

Effective career guidance helps individuals to reach their potential, economies to become more efficient and societies to become fairer. It supports the implementation of lifelong approaches to learning and active approaches to labour market participation and transitions. As the world of work becomes increasingly complex, the need for lifelong career guidance is greater than ever.

Perfil dos participantes

- Policy makers in the employment and labour market field, TVET and educational services at national, regional, and local levels - Representatives of employers' and workers' organizations, unions, and educational and training institutions - Educators, trainers, experts, and technical staff of public and private employment services, job centres, schools, vocational training centres, and other institutions

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