Skills and employability resources

June 2022

  1. Indonesian student embarks on her dream of becoming a ship’s captain

    29 June 2022

    Women remain underrepresented in the maritime sector, but a female Indonesian maritime student is charting new territory as she joins an international cargo ship for a year-long training.

  2. Villagers jump-start their businesses with new marketing strategies

    15 June 2022

    An ILO-UK programme gives post-training support to boost the business potential of entrepreneurs from Indonesia’s coastal tourism villages.

  3. Monitoring of Skills Training Programmes Initiated

    Missions were Jointly organized by the ILO/China Partnership Programme, the Department of Skill Development and Employment and Champasak Skill Development Center of Lao People's Democratic Republic.

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    New pact to boost skills in Malaysia construction industry

    08 June 2022

    ILO and Master Builders Association Malaysia team up to increase employability and facilitate career progression of workers, particularly women and vulnerable youth.

  5. New pact to boost skills in Malaysia construction industry

    08 June 2022

    ILO and Master Builders Association Malaysia team up to increase employability and facilitate career progression of workers, particularly women and vulnerable youth.

  6. National Polytechnic Institute of Angkor and Hainan Technician College Sign Partnership Agreement

    National Polytechnic Institute of Angkor (NPIA) of Cambodia and Hainan Technician College (HTC) of China commit to framework cooperation agreement to strengthen collaboration on promoting mutual institutional capacity development on digital skills and green skills.

  7. Skills development and lifelong learning in Viet Nam: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines skills development and lifelong learning in Viet Nam. The approach takes a macroeconomic perspective on the main challenges and the outcomes in terms of labour market performance.

  8. Skills development and lifelong learning in the Republic of Korea: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines skills development and lifelong learning in the Republic of Korea. The approach takes a macroeconomic perspective of the main challenges and examines selected outcomes in terms of labour market performance.

  9. Skills development and lifelong learning in the Philippines: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines the policy framework for skills development and lifelong learning in the Philippines, provides a macroeconomic perspective of the outcomes and identifies areas of potential weakness. It also analyses the social and demographic context within which the main policy challenges arise while focusing on the developments in the economy and labour market that have provided the impetus for the policy changes.

  10. Skills development and lifelong learning in Singapore: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines skills development and lifelong learning in Singapore. The approach takes a macroeconomic perspective of the main challenges and outcomes in terms of labour market performance.

  11. Skills development and lifelong learning in India: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief provides a macroeconomic perspective of skills development and lifelong learning in India. It examines outcomes for the population and the workforce thus far and highlights the main areas of weakness. It also analyses the social and demographic context within which the main skills challenges arise while focusing on developments in the economy and labour market that have provided impetus for policy changes.