Courses

March 2022

  1. E-learning course on Employment injury schemes and the prevention of of Occupational accidents and Diseases

    14 March - 13 May 2022

    The course A9714682 is aimed at Decision-makers of ministries and institutions in charge of social security and occupational safety and health, Employers’ and workers’ organizations representatives involved in the governance of the OSH and social security; Technical staff from employment injury institutions; Other people from training institutions involved in OSH and social security issues

  2. E-Learning on Improving Safety and Health in Small and Micro Enterprises

    1 March - 29 May 2022

    The course A9714681 aims at strengthening the institutional capacity to improve OSH and working conditions in SMEs and in the workplaces of the informal economy.

  3. Evidence-based policy making for trade agreements and labour rights

    1 - 31 March 2022

    Emerging evidence from constituents of the Asian region shows that there is a large gap in the capacity of the tripartite decision makers on how to better integrate trade within the labour rights issues. ILO’s constituents are requesting assistance in addressing the implications of trade liberalization arrangements on employment, ILS and decent work. The training will provide assistance to constituents in both the use and generation of relevant evidence from a variety of sources, including not only ILO but also national and local sources, including evidence generation through data and metadata analysis. The aim of this online training is to build capacities of ILO’s tripartite constituents using case studies, research papers, guidelines, publicly available online ILO data, other data and information sources for permitting them to comprehend and assess the interrelationship between international trade, ILS and decent work. This training is targeted to policy makers and policy influencers from the Asian region representing the trade unions and workers, employers representatives as well as government officials from various ministries.

February 2022

  1. Building better: Evidence-based decent work policies and COVID-19 implications

    1 - 28 February 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic and its short- and long-term implications has turned the world of work upside down. In order to have human-centered approach to recovering and building better, there is a need for greater institutional capacity development of employers, workers and governments in dealing with labour market and employment challenges.

January 2022

  1. Distance learning course on Occupational Safety and Health

    24 January - 15 July 2022

    The course A9714677 is aimed at trainers and advisers in OSH belonging to governmental, employers’ and workers’ organizations involved in the promotion of OSH within enterprises. The programme may also be of interest to other people from professional or industrial bodies, training institutions involved in OSH issues and, above all, managers, supervisors and technical staff in charge of OSH within enterprises.

  2. Latin America regional training on evidence-based policy making for decent work

    1 January - 31 December 2022

    It is widely recognized that evidence (data, research, best practices) is essential for decision and policy making. In practice, the use of evidence in the policy-making touching the world of work is still at its early stages and unevenly practiced. As a result, policies are not as effective as they could or should be in responding to employment and labour market challenges facing the world of work. There is so much information available and yet they are not used appropriately for effective policy making. This training for the countries of Latin America intends to build capacities and skills of the users of research and data and especially the policy-makers, while providing them with the necessary instruments and tools to find, evaluate, and understand the relevant evidence for policy making in their work and influence policies based on evidence in return. The training is part of the broader capacity-building initiative of the ILO in strengthening capacities at various levels such as individual, organizational and societal and includes one-year follow-up activities to ensure learning transfer. This training is targeted to policy makers and policy influencers from the Latin America region representing the trade unions and workers, employers representatives as well as government officials from various ministries.

September 2021

  1. Distance learning course on Occupational Safety and Health 2

    6 September 2021 - 14 January 2022

    The Master has been specifically designed for hygienists, physicians, chemists, engineers, inspectors, practitioners and officers, with a university degree but without a previous specialization in OSH, who are working, or wish to work, as OSH specialists.

October 2020

  1. 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.

  2. Working Time- Improving health, safety and productivity though working time schedules

    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.