Skills and employability resources

August 2020

  1. Webinar: The Era of Post-COVID-19: Ensuring Effective Human Capital Development - The ‘Whats’ and ‘Hows’

    The webinar aims to discuss impact of COVID-19 on enterprises’ investment in human resources and skills development, international practices and strategic approaches businesses can and should take to improve their resilience and competitiveness, and practical recommendations for upskilling and reskilling by employers, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), in the post-pandemic era.

July 2020

  1. Webinar Session 7: Development of virtual reality as a tool for online training delivery

    Distance and digital learning is important to be developed, even before or without a situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, because of the benefits it offers.

  2. China – Rapid assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on employment

    28 July 2020

    The COVID-19 crisis has had a major impact on employment in China. From the onset of the crisis, the Government adopted a wide range of policies to support enterprises and protect workers. These policies have prioritized employment, though not all policies have been yet fully implemented. Stronger implementation and more integrated employment policies are needed, while continuing to adapt to the economic recovery in a more flexible and fragile labour market.

  3. Webinar Session 6: Utilising new technologies for TVET course delivery in building and construction

    Distance and digital learning is important to be developed, even before or without a situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, because of the benefits it offers.

  4. ILO Bangladesh celebrates World Youth Skills Day 2020

    17 July 2020

  5. Webinar Session 5: Design of online TVET courses: Production of learning materials

    Distance and digital learning is important to be developed, even before or without a situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, because of the benefits it offers.

  6. Supporting the development of digital learning in Indonesia

    14 July 2020

    The ILO through its skills development programmes supports the capacity building of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in 47 countries, including Indonesia. Nine Indonesian representatives have been part of the ILO’s e-learning programme.

  7. Why skills development is even more imperative for Indonesia

    13 July 2020

    An opinion editorial by Tauvik Muhamad and Dede Sudono, Project Manager and Project Officer, respectively, of the ILO's industry Skills for Inclusive Growth Phase-2 Project, focusing on the importance of skills development for Indonesia. The opinion article was published by the Jakarta Post on 11 July.

  8. Leading to success: The business case for women in business and management in Indonesia

    13 July 2020

    This country brief demonstrates the business case for gender diversity in management and workplace gender equality in Indonesia considering the COVID-19 context.

  9. Skills development during and after the pandemic: Challenges and opportunities

    09 July 2020

    Skills development can improve productivity and help workers, including youth, diversify their employment opportunities. Yet, skills development programmes have been greatly affected by the COVID-19 epidemic. Tauvik Muhamad, ILO’s Japan Skills Project Manager, provided insights on how to continue improving skills development during and after the pandemic as part of the effort to build ready-to-work, skillful generation of Indonesia.