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.

September 2017

  1. Master in Occupational safety and health, 6th edition

    4 September 2017 - 30 September 2018

    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.

  2. Establishing fair recruitment processes

    18 - 22 September 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.

  3. PAGE E-Course: Green Fiscal Reform

    18 September - 10 November 2017

    The Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) developed this e-learning course on Green fiscal reform (GFR) to meet the learning needs and build capacities of national stakeholders.

October 2017

  1. National Programmes and Systems of Occupational Safety and Health

    2 - 13 October 2017

    The objective of the course is to strengthen capacity for planning, developing and governing national efforts to improve occupational safety and health (OSH). The course will examine the international guidelines and principles of the International Labour Organization, as well as experience of consolidated and successful national OSH systems and programmes.

  2. Quantitative techniques of impact evaluation: youth and women employment programmes. A step-by-step approach

    2 - 6 October 2017

    The course will expose participants to advanced skills for conducting impact evaluations of youth employment programmes. Upon completion, participants will have improved or updated their understanding of quantitative impact evaluation concepts and methods; will have reviewed and tested impact evaluation methods and techniques, such as randomized control trials; and will be in a position to identify the most pertinent types of impact evaluation, taking into account specific project constraints, institutional and national contexts, and budgetary, time and data constraints.

November 2017

  1. Opportunities for green jobs in the waste sector

    13 - 17 November 2017

    The prevention, reuse, recycling and recovery of waste can create considerable social, economic and environmental opportunities for many countries. This course focuses on the potential for decent work promotion and green business development across the waste hierarchy, with a focus on waste collection, sorting and recycling. Lessons will be learned from a review of the international literature, analysis of case studies and interviews with those involved. There will be special emphasis on identifying and developing solutions to bridge gaps in the recognition and integration of the contributions made by workers in the informal economy.