Skills, knowledge and employability

Two women operating a computer at a vocational training center in Harare, Zimbabwe
Countries at all development levels find that adequate education and skills increase the ability to innovate and adopt new technologies. They make the difference between inclusive growth and growth that leaves large segments of society behind. A workforce that has been appropriately trained and is able to continue learning, boosts investor confidence and thus job growth.

Focus on

  1. Apprenticeships

    A proven approach for tackling youth unemployment

    Countries like Austria and Denmark have been very successful in using apprenticeships to tackle the youth jobs crisis. The ILO is helping to share their experiences with other countries.

Events

  1. Second consultation with labour attaches from Cambodia, Laos Myanmar based in Thailand, 12 February 2015, Bangkok, Thailand

    12 February 2015, Bangkok, Thailand

  2. Distance learning course on occupational safety and health

    13 April - 24 September 2015, International Training Centre of the ILO, Turin, Italy

  3. SOLVE training of trainers: Integrating health promotion in occupational safety and health policies

    18 - 29 May 2015, International Training Centre of the ILO, Turin, Italy