eLearning tools on child labour

  1. Eliminating Child Labour: An eLearning course for Labour Inspectors and Child Labour Monitors

    July 2017

    This ILO course has been designed to help to better understand what child labour is and the key role played by inspectors and monitors and how they can work together to eliminate it. The course is comprised of 4 modules with individualized tracks for both labour inspectors and child labour monitors.

    Duration: 2 hours

  1. eLearning course on the Roadmap for Achieving the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour by 2016

    April 2014

    This ILO eLearning course on eliminating the worst forms of child labour is aimed at policy makers and practitioners. The course offers ILO stakeholders 7 interrelated modules that can be completed anywhere and at one`s own pace.

    The course presents a variety of learning techniques and draws heavily from the globally adopted Roadmap for Achieving the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour by 2016 , and the related training guide entitled “Implementing the Roadmap for Achieving the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour by 2016: Training Guide for Policy Makers” .

    Inputs to assignments are automatically saved and kept confidential, and can be printed. One can interrupt going through the modules at any time, and later continue from where one stopped last time (if using the same computer). Users can navigate by clicking the various icons including ”play”, ”next" and "read more". The horizontal scrolling bar can help the user to navigate quickly through a module. If need be go to "view" and "zoom" to adjust the page to fit the screen. This training tool is an eLearning course on eliminating the worst forms of child labour, and is aimed at policy makers and practitioners. The course offers ILO stakeholders 7 interrelated modules that can be completed anywhere and at one`s own pace.

    Duration: 10 hours

ILO-FAO courses

  1. End Child Labour in Agriculture

    June 2016

    This ILO-FAO course is designed to raise awareness and build knowledge among agricultural stakeholders about the importance of addressing child labour in agriculture, including livestock, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture. It aims to build specific skills, depending on work-related responsibilities and tasks and/or interests, by providing concrete ideas and guidance that can be applied in real life agricultural policy and programming situations.

    This course includes a final assessment test. Successful completion of the test will allow you to print a certificate of completion.

    Duration: 12 hours

    Audience: The course is tailored to meet the information needs of:

    • Agricultural policy-makers and advisors
    • Agricultural programme designers and implementers
    • Agricultural researchers
    • Agricultural statisticians

  1. Pesticide management and child labour prevention

    June 2016

    Children are exposed to pesticides through their work or involvement in agricultural activities, which can harm their health and development. This ILO-FAO course explains how children are exposed, why children are more vulnerable than adults to exposure and the negative impacts. Moreover, it identifies specific actions related to pesticide management that can take child labour into account and reduce children's exposure to pesticides. It aims to build specific skills, depending on work-related responsibilities and tasks, by providing concrete ideas and guidance that can be applied in real life situations.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Audience: The course is tailored to meet the information needs of:

    • policy-makers and advisors;
    • programme designers and implementers;
    • researchers and statisticians; and
    • pesticide registrars and control boards

      within, for example, ministries of agriculture, environment or health; producers organizations; private sector enterprises, NGOs or FAO.

  1. Business strategies and public-private partnerships to end child labour in agriculture

    June 2016

    Child labour can be found at all stages of agricultural supply chains, affecting children, enterprise reputation, as well as rural and agricultural development. This ILO-FAO course presents a number of business-oriented strategies to reduce child labour in agricultural supply chains, including in crops, livestock, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture. It aims to build specific skills, depending on work-related responsibilities and tasks, by providing concrete ideas and guidance that can be applied in real life situations.

    Duration: 1.5 hours

    Audience: The course is tailored to meet the information needs of:

    • Agricultural policy-makers and advisors
    • Agricultural programme designers and implementers
    • Agricultural researchers
    • Agricultural statisticians

      within, for example, producers organizations, including cooperatives; private sector enterprises; ministries of agriculture, livestock, forestry and fisheries; or FAO.