The SCORE Programme
SCORE Training focuses on developing cooperative working relations resulting in shared benefits for enterprise owners and those who work there. The SCORE Training modules cover Workplace Cooperation, Quality Improvement, Resource Efficiency, Workforce Management, Occupational Safety and Health at Work, Lean Manufacturing, Gender Equality, Responsible Business, Hospitality Coaching and Working Time. Some modules also respond to crises such as the Covid-19 pandemic. Training formats vary, modules usually include a one/two-day classroom training for managers and workers, followed by on-site consultations with industry experts that help to put the training into action in the workplace, some are self-paced online.
Since inception, SCORE Training has been delivered to over 4741 SME’s globally. This represents a total workforce of over 884,500 workers who have benefited from enterprise improvements, including efforts to develop a culture of respect, trust and communication in the workplace. SCORE Training has improved productivity up to 50% in participating SMEs and boasts an 91% satisfaction rate.
Where we are
SCORE Focus On...
Road to economic recovery starts with productive and resilient enterprises
Over 2 years the project managed to strengthen the market ecosystem actors in selected sectors, addressing barriers preventing MSMEs from improving productivity, competitiveness, access to markets and global supply chains.
ILO SCORE and GIZ launched a new "Support to Crisis Management for SMEs” project in Tunisia to strengthen the resilience and adaptability of 100 small businesses to address disruptions and advance economic recovery and progress
The ILO Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work project inaugurates Project Advisory Committee in Ghana
On 14 September 2022, the ILO Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work project inaugurated the Project Advisory Committee to serve as a steering committee and guide the implementation of project activities in Ghana.
ILO, Governments of South Africa and Switzerland launch “Productivity Ecosystems For Decent Work” Programme
The Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work Programme identifies root causes of low productivity and decent work deficits and develops capacity and ownership of local and national actors to address them.
SCORE Case studies
Advancing gender equality in Colombia’s dairy and construction industries
15 September 2022
Advancing productivity, quality improvement and decent work in Ethiopia’s garment industry - results so far.
01 June 2022
Renewed attention to health and safety risks and quality assurance procedures during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis leads to profitable business processes and enhanced workplace cooperation.
28 January 2022