Training materials

To support the implementation of the sectoral Conventions and Recommendations, as well as to assist the improvement of working conditions at the sectoral level, a rich body of sectoral tools have been developed, translated and widely disseminated.

Training programmes are implemented at regional and national levels based on materials specifically designed to address priority issues, such as prevention of HIV and AIDS, promotion of occupational safety and health, and enforcement of labour inspection in particular sectors.

Public service

  1. Manual on collective bargaining and dispute resolution in the public service

    01 December 2011

    This Manual seeks to provide examples on how different countries have developed successful mechanisms to prevent and resolve disputes in labour relations in the public service. It showcases effective ways to develop collective bargaining systems and provides approaches and formulas for dispute resolution.

Transport (including civil aviation; railways; road transport)

  1. Driving for change: Training Toolkit on HIV/AIDS for the road transport sector

    05 July 2011

Shipping; ports; fisheries; inland waterways

  1. Training Manual on the Implementation of the Work in Fishing Convention, 2007 (No. 188)

    01 September 2010

Transport (including civil aviation; railways; road transport)

  1. On the right track: Training toolkit on HIV/AIDS for the railway sector

    01 March 2010

Hotels; catering; tourism

  1. Succeeding in Business – Hotels: A bipartite approach to improving practices through dialogue in the hotel sector

    01 January 2010

  2. Occupational safety and health manual for Tourism (English)

    01 August 2009

Health services

  1. Framework guidelines for addressing workplace violence in the health sector – the training manual

    01 January 2005

  2. Social dialogue in the health services: A tool for practical guidance

    01 January 2005

  3. Social dialogue in the health services: A tool for practical guidance – The handbook for practitioners

    01 January 2005