7 September 2020 - 31 August 2021
The proposed programme combines the advantages of the academic experience and the international training experience in OSH of the organizing partners. An international approach has been applied to the contents, the methodology development and the composition of the training team. This programme involves participants from both developing and developed countries, who will have an opportunity to share their different experiences. Furthermore, it also offers a range of learning situations in which participants can enhance their analytical and problem solving skills. The course has been specifically designed for hygienists, physicians, chemists, engineers, inspectors, practitioners and officers with a university degree but without previous specialization in OSH, who are working, or wish to work, as OSH specialists.
15 October 2020 - 31 May 2024
Violations of overtime laws have been identified as a major issue in many factories that participate in global supply chains. Excessive working time, is also associated with increased injuries, stress and fatigue that leads to errors in work and lower productivity. The ILO has developed an on-line training module that explains the issues and offers practical solutions to addressing excessive working time in the workplace.
Labour standards in Global Supply Chains - How to meet them to become more competitive and sustainable
15 October 2020 - 31 May 2024
The course helps SMEs to explore the content of international labour standards and codes of conduct for suppliers, discover ways to improve their adherence to international principles and compliance with national legislation and corporate codes, and understand that respecting workers' rights and improving working conditions can be part of a competitive business strategy.
8 February - 23 July 2021
The course is intended for OSH trainers and advisers belonging to governmental, employers' and workers' organizations involved promoting OSH within enterprises. It may also be of interest to members of professional/ industrial bodies and training institutions involved in OSH issues, and, above all, managers, supervisors and technical staff responsible for OSH within enterprises.
1 March - 7 May 2021
The course is intended for Human resources, OSH and social welfare staff of organizations and enterprises; officers of institutions and government departments responsible for OSH and health promotion; members of employers' and trade-union organizations with an active interest in health promotion in the workplace; managers and staff of enterprise-support organizations; consultants and university teachers and researchers working in the fields of occupational safety and health and health promotion.
15 March - 23 April 2021
The course aims to strengthen the capacities of policy-makers and practitioners in adopting measures to facilitate the access of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons to the labour market, and in promoting inclusive employment strategies and policies.
12 - 23 April 2021
Decent and sustainable work in the rural economy is essential to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and its overarching objective of leaving no one behind. Rural areas provide livelihoods and employment for millions of women and men in Africa, in agriculture as well as in rural non-farm activities. Work in rural areas, however, is often characterized by decent work deficits, including governance gaps, informality, underdeveloped production systems and limited access to services, infrastructure and social protection. Some of these deficits have further been exacerbated by the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. The 2021 edition of the Rural Development Academy will focus on the African region, and will be held virtually using the online learning methods on both self-learning as well as more interactive and participatory methods. This allows for a more in-depth and focussed approach to the topics, as well as wider participation of constituents and stakeholders from the region, as well as those interested in promoting decent work in the rural economy in the African region.
12 April - 18 June 2021
19 April - 21 May 2021
This training course supports practitioners working with refugee communities in the design of livelihood interventions based on a solid understanding of market trends and demand. It applies the "Making markets work for the poor" (M4P) approach and draws upon the experiences and lessons learnt from joint UNHCR-ILO pilot projects that have tested the added value of market assessments and value-chain analyses in promoting the livelihoods of refugees in different countries.
19 April - 25 June 2021
The course is intended forTrainers and technical advisers from government institutions responsible for supporting SMEs in the areas of OSH and working conditions; representatives of workers' and employers' organizations involved in supporting their members in improving OSH and working conditions; representatives of non-governmental organizations actively supporting SMEs in OSH and working conditions; staff of technical cooperation projects supporting SMEs; consultants, university teachers and researchers working in the fields of OSH and working conditions.