Blended Learning

25 January 2021

en Master of LL.M. in Intellectual Property - ed. 2020-21

18 December 2020

en Workshop on Employment Injury Insurance for Journalists in Bangladesh

18 December 2020

en Workshop on Employment Injury Insurance for civil society organizations in Bangladesh

30 November 2020

en Greening with jobs learning forum

Cities and towns, particularly in developing countries, send excessive volumes of waste to dumpsites and landfill every year. Resources which are lost to the local economy. Sustainable waste management is increasingly regarded as an opportunity to unlock new livelihoods and job opportunities; promote social inclusion; and upgrade the quality of existing jobs of both women and men. Achieving many of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals requires improved waste management. This requires that the jobs in waste prevention, reuse, recycling and recovery are decent jobs.

This course provides an exciting opportunity to join the conversation and tap together into the potential for decent work promotion and green business development across the waste hierarchy, with a focus on waste collection; reuse, refurbishment and remanufacturing; sorting and recycling; as well as reduction at source.

23 November 2020

en Building an Inclusive Future through Social Dialogue, Tripartism, and Collective Bargaining

9 November 2020

Eliminating Violence and Harassment in the World of Work I Eradiquer la violence et le harcèlement dans le monde du travail

Eliminating Violence and Harassment in the World of Work I Eradiquer la violence et le harcèlement dans le monde du travail

9 November 2020

en E-Academy on Labour Migration

fr E-Académie sur les Migrations de Main d’Œuvre

26 October 2020

en Master in Occupational Safety and Health 2020/2021

Public and private sector organizations throughout the world are increasingly concerned with improving occupational safety and health (OSH). In both developed and developing countries, the rapid pace of technological change, combined with the persistence of unsafe or environmentally hazardous working conditions, has served to focus attention on the need to create safe, healthy working environments and promote a new safety culture in the workplace. Organizations are increasingly seeking OSH professionals who can catalyse these processes, and it is not always easy to find professionals with the right skills. Becoming a safety and health professional requires multidisciplinary training. The OSH profession calls for a broad-based educational background, including specialized knowledge of the physical sciences (medicine, physics, chemistry and engineering) and social sciences (behaviour, motivation and communication), together with an understanding of the principles and concepts of management. Accordingly, the University of Turin, Italy, in partnership with the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITCILO), the International Labour Office (ILO) and the International Commission of Occupational Health (ICOH), is offering a Master in Occupational Safety and Health. This one-year Master, to be held in English, includes an Internet-based distance-learning phase, a face-to-face residential period on the ITCILO's campus in Turin, and another distance-learning phase for the preparation of the dissertation. The proposed Master combines the advantages of the academic experience and the international training experience of the organizing partners in the field of OSH. An international approach has been applied to the content and methodology, as well as the composition of the training team. This Master involves participants from both developing and developed countries, who will thus have an opportunity to share their different experiences. It also features a range of learning situations in which participants can enhance their analytical and problem-solving skills.

19 October 2020

en 20-21 Master in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development

The Master in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development explores the legislative, regulatory, organizational and managerial foundations of a modern public procurement system. It aims to help bridge the current deficit in qualified human resources and to enable procurement professionals to cope with the challenges of regulating, executing and monitoring public procurement in an economic and socially responsive manner while mitigating adverse environmental impacts. The Master is a unique blended-learning opportunity that combines the study of policy tools and theory with applied assignments and research work. It provides direct access to expertise from academia, international organizations and think tanks, as well as the latest literature and cutting-edge research in preparation for a range of highly developed functions connected with public procurement management and its supervision.

5 October 2020

en Promotion of youth employment in fragile settings

7 September 2020

en Online Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop for DEY

To measure success and report on project/programme progress and results, development cooperation practitioners and public sector managers create monitoring and evaluation systems.

Systems that allow extracting lessons learned from the experience to support a virtuous improvement process, accountability and organizational learning. Learning to improve in the long-term the knowledge base and the institution capacities, but also to improve in the short-term the project/programme performance.

Development cooperation interventions are implemented in a constantly evolving environment which means for managers uncertainty and need for adaptation. Monitoring the project progress and its changing environment is critical to ensure that projects once started will always proceed in the right direction. Collecting and analysing data on project progress, performance indicators and the external environment is indispensable to report accurate information to decision makers thereby improving the likelihood that appropriate decisions and corrective actions are made when needed to maintain the project/programme on track.

Development cooperation remains in 2020 mainly financed through public funds. Thus, donors and managers are accountable to taxpayers and beneficiaries. Assessing ‘value for money’ of development assistance is a function that monitoring and evaluation systems should incorporate. Evaluating project relevance, impact, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability is necessary to maximize learning, to improve project management processes and to demonstrate to partners, value for money.

The uniqueness of each development cooperation intervention’s context and strategy makes them experiential and requires from managers an ongoing learning effort. In this respect, evaluating projects helps managers to identify gaps, success stories and lessons learned that could improve the way future interventions are designed and implemented.

To create a monitoring and evaluation system and to build the foundation of such system for project implementation, it first requires managers to design a results framework and to develop a monitoring and evaluation plan.

In this monitoring and evaluation universe, the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITC-ILO) organizes and facilitates a series of online workshops to validate the results framework and to create a monitoring and evaluation plan of the Decent Employment for Youth in Cambodia (DEY) joint programme.

1 June 2020

es INSAFORP - Programa de Certificación de Formadores - segundo ingreso

21 May 2020

en E-Coaching support on Labour Migration, Employment and Reintegration in Ghana and Nigeria

11 May 2020

2020 - International Labour Standards for Judges, Lawyers and Legal Educators

2020 - International Labour Standards for Judges, Lawyers and Legal Educators

22 April 2020


1 April 2020

pt Conheçe de Empresa (CODE) - Cabo Verde 2020

16 March 2020

en Training of Trainers on Social Protection

9 March 2020

en Customer centricity for financial inclusion: creating and delivering value

6 March 2020

2020 – International Labour Standards for Judges (Georgia)

2020 – International Labour Standards for Judges (Georgia)

2 March 2020

fr Programme de certification en conception de projets (BLENDED)

L'un des principaux outils utilisés pour mobiliser le soutien et les ressources nécessaires à la réalisation des objectifs stratégiques des organisations se révèle être le projet de coopération pour le développement ou d'investissement public. Afin d'identifier, de concevoir et de réaliser ces projets, les organisations internationales, les institutions publiques et les organisations de la société civile font traditionnellement appel à des experts issus des domaines techniques dans lequel les projets prennent leurs racines. Ces experts techniques se retrouvent souvent assignés à la conception de projets sans avoir été exposés aux concepts, aux outils et aux techniques utilisés pour formuler des propositions de projets complètes, bien structurées et convaincantes qui pourront servir à mobiliser des ressources extrabudgétaires. Afin d'augmenter les chances d'être pris en compte, il est important que la proposition de projet et surtout le document de projet contiennent des informations pertinentes, détaillées, bien structurées et convaincantes sur le projet que l'on s'engage à présenter.