Brochure: ILO Skills and Employability Branch
As traditional education and training systems try to keep up with changes in the world of work, challenges remain. Poor quality training and a chronic under-investment in skills prevent workers from gaining important skills. Addressing these challenges requires dynamic, integrated skills and lifelong learning ecosystems. The Skills and Employability Branch works with ILO constituents for a better future of work through skills development and to ensure that education and training systems become more flexible and diversified.