I hope this e-training can answer our needs for skillful, knowledgeable human resources who can contribute to the improvement of unemployment scheme and social protection system in general."Tri Retno Isnaningsih, Acting Director General of Industrial Relation of the Ministry of Manpower
“The initiative of this training that directly came from the Government of Indonesia really shows their strong commitment to develop and implement effective social protection according to international standards and principles,” appraised Michiko Miyamoto, Country Director of the ILO for Indonesia and Timor-Leste.
The e-training provides tailor-made modules with specific contexts of Indonesia designed by the ILO’s International Training Center (ITC) in Turin. The 4-month e-training will be conducted from 23 March to 25 June where the 25 participating presentation of the Ministry of Manpower and BPJS Ketenagakerjaan will learn about extending coverage, delivering quality services, assessing impact, financing comprehensive social protection system and moving from evidence to action.
We want everyone to know their specific role within their department, ministry and country to push in the same direction and help support the long-term development of social protection system in Indonesia."Costanza de Toma, Programme Officer for Social Protection, Governance and Tripartism of the ITC
“Through a blend of online discussions and learning activities, we want to ensure that all participants have the skills and opportunities to apply what they have learned in concrete actions. We want everyone to know their specific role within their department, ministry and country to push in the same direction and help support the long-term development of social protection system in Indonesia,” said Constanza.
To assist Indonesia in implementing a more effective social protection system, the ILO will continue facilitating discussions among the government and its social partners on the design, implementation as well as the development of the operational regulations, and monitoring and evaluation of the social security programmes.