Courses

September 2016

  1. Master in Occupational Safety and Health

    12 September 2016 - 30 September 2017

    The general objective of the course is to facilitate the knowledge and skills required for dealing effectively with safety and health management in enterprises. The programme incorporates training sessions on all the topics and disciplines relevant to OSH, but also on the development of organizational, managerial and interpersonal skills. Study visits to 15 different productive settings are planned in order to offer direct interaction with experts in the field.

February 2017

  1. Distance learning course on occupational safety and health

    6 February - 21 July 2017

    The objective of this distance-learning course on OSH, delivered through an Internet-based platform, is to develop the competencies required for dealing effectively with occupational safety and health issues. The course has an estimated duration of 550 hours of study.

March 2017

  1. Green jobs for sustainable development: concepts and practices

    13 March - 26 May 2017

    An interactive e-learning opportunity to master the concepts and definitions associated with green jobs, involving a review of tools, selected literature and ongoing practices. An exploration of the world of work's contribution to sustainable development.

  2. Labour Inspection of Occupational Safety and Health

    20 - 31 March 2017

    The objective of this course is to improve the performance of labour inspectors concerned with OSH in participating countries by equipping participants with the skills and tools required for conducting effective and efficient OSH inspections based on the ILO standards, ILO principles and fundamentals on OSH, as well as selected good practices on OSH inspections.

  3. Be inspired! Navigating new trends in youth entrepreneurship: A global knowledge sharing event

    23 March - 30 April 2017

    How can the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of young people be harnessed to create jobs and generate income? This event will give participants the opportunity to engage in a creative knowledge exchange and to generate fresh ideas on youth entrepreneurship.

April 2017

  1. Establishing fair recruitment processes

    24 - 28 April 2017

    In 2014 the ILO launched the "Fair Recruitment Initiative" to help prevent human trafficking, protect the rights of workers (including migrant workers) from abusive and fraudulent practices during the recruitment and placement process, reduce the cost of labour migration and enhance development gains. This course aims to (1) foster the sharing of promising national and international recruitment practices that meet internationally recognized human rights and labour standards, (2) enhance understanding among key actors of how to strengthen regulatory and enforcement mechanisms designed to address abusive and fraudulent recruitment practices, (3) promote the dissemination of fair business standards and practices and (4) of mechanisms for the empowerment and protection of workers.

  2. Establishing fair recruitment processes

    24 - 28 April 2017

    Are you interested to learn more about what you can do to reduce the risk of abusive and fraudulent recruitment of workers in the supply chain? Then join the ITCILO’s course on Establishing Fair Recruitment Processes.

May 2017

  1. Employment injury schemes and the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases

    8 - 19 May 2017

    The objective of the course is to strengthen the capacity of employment injury institutions in managing occupational accidents and diseases and to promote preventive approaches to OSH. The course is based on the ILO's long experience in this field and facilitates the sharing of selected innovative strategies that have been successful in promoting proactive preventive approaches to OSH involving employment injury schemes.

  2. Promoting a just transition to low-carbon and climate-resilient development

    15 May - 9 June 2017

    In November 2015, the ILO adopted a set of guidelines for a just transition to environmentally sustainable economies and societies for all. These guidelines offer a framework for ensuring that national and global efforts to tackle climate change and other environmental challenges further employment creation goals, social justice and fair transitions for workers, enterprises and communities in an equitable manner. The course provides a review of concepts, global practices and country experiences with the objective of understanding the main policy areas of the just-transition framework and giving them practical effect at country, sector and local level.

  3. Identifying and investigating cases of forced labour and trafficking

    22 - 26 May 2017

    This course will train participants to better identify and investigate cases of forced labour, including trafficking in human beings for labour exploitation. It will introduce forced labour indicators and will address different stages of the investigative process, such as victim interviews and gathering evidence, with a focus on the pre-trial phase. Participants will be introduced to the new Protocol and Recommendation supplementing the Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No.29) including provisions pertaining to the protection of workers from abuses arising during the recruitment process.