In this online MOOC participants develop their capacities to support the prevention of forced labour and the economic reintegration of victims through lifelong learning and skills development approaches
Learn through interactive lessons, real-life case studies, expert’s videos
Create and download your digital certificate of participation at the end of the course
The MOOC is fully online, asynchronous and can be completed at your own pace
Meet a wide range of profiles for knowledge sharing through the platform
The MOOC specifically addresses how to design education and training interventions tailored to the needs of people who may be at risk of or have directly experienced forms of modern slavery, such as forced labour or trafficking for labour exploitation. This MOOC is part of the ITC-ILO's training offer on skills development and fundamental principles and rights at work.
The MOOC is aimed at government officials, development practitioners, key ILO and UN staff working on related topics, as well as representatives, managers and staff of key TVET stakeholders, such as:
Through this MOOC you will have the opportunity to :
The MOOC consists of 4 fully online, self-guided, thematic Modules. Each Module contains interactive lessons with readings and video interviews, practical case studies and discussion forums. The certificate can be obtained automatically once you have completed the 4 Modules and passed the Final Quiz.
This online MOOC is a completely free training offer. Through interactive readings, case studies, peer-to-peer forum discussions and quizzes, participants gain knowledge on how to design and implement education and training interventions tailored to the needs of people at risk and victims of forced labour.