Training of Trainers for Labour Inspectors

The training is part of the ILO-Ministry of Labour's “Promotion of the Fundamental Principals and Rights at Work in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority” project which was launched in 2012.

The ILO in collaboration with Jordan’s Ministry of Labour launched a technical cooperation project called “Promotion of the Fundamental Principals and Rights at Work in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority” in 2012. One of the objectives of this project is to strengthen and modernise the labour inspection system and empower the staff in performing labour inspection tasks in areas related to child labour, migrant workers, forced labour and gender-related issues.

In 2012, a ‘’training of trainers’’ for labour inspectors took place, involving 24 labour inspectors from the Ministry of Labour and the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority. The second phase of this training will be take place in Amman between 18 and 22 August.

Objectives:

  • Key messages on Modules 1-8 of Turin Modules on Labour inspection
  • Developing a labour inspection policy and strategy for Jordan
  • Labour inspection and Child labour
  • Labour inspection and Forced labour/Trafficking
  • Gender mainstreaming and Labour Inspection
  • Case study on conducting inspection visits.
  • Labour inspection and migrant workers
  • Labour inspection and reporting
  • How to conduct a training action
  • Soft Skills

Participants:

Participants include labour inspectors from the Ministry of Labour, the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority, and employer and worker representatives.