The ILO Skills and Employability Branch of the Employment Policy Department and the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO) are organizing this e-learning course on Skills Anticipation and Matching for key stakeholders in labour markets and skills development systems. Understanding the central importance and main instruments for identifying current and future skill needs and labour market imbalances is a key issue for countries all around the world, if they are to make their training offer more demand-driven and coherent with the challenges posed by the future of work.
Who attends this course?
The course targets a mixed audience of professionals involved in skills development and vocational training policy, employment creation, and social inclusion at the national and regional levels. It will be of particular interest to senior policy-makers, technical staff and advisors to ministries of labour and education, as well as other ministries and authorities involved in skills development and TVET policies and systems; management and technical staff of national training authorities and national or sector-based training funds, including representatives of regional networks of national training funds; representatives of workers‘ and employers‘ organizations working in the area of skills development and TVET; programme staff of national, bilateral or multilateral development agencies working on skills development; directors of TVET institutions.
You can find more information regarding the course and registration here.