Courses

November 2022

  1. Economic diversification, industrial linkages and FDI local sourcing towards decent work and a human-centred employment recovery in Asia- Pacific

    21 November - 2 December 2022

    An online course that aims to increase knowledge on policies that promote economic diversification, industrial linkages and FDI local sourcing. The course aims to build stakeholder capacities to advocate for evidence-based policies, develop consensus and advise their institutions on strategies that enable industrial linkages and leverage direct investments for creation of productive employment and local industry development.

  2. Fostering Green Business Growth

    21 November - 2 December 2022

    Environmental challenges, including climate change, are changing the way businesses work, either because they are forced to or because they proactively seek to. Green businesses are more profitable and future proof. This course targets policy makers and business service providers involved in the design and implementation of national or local strategies and instruments to support the greening of businesses, providing both a conceptual and practical overview of how to support SMEs going green.

  3. Curso a distancia en Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (course in Spanish)

    21 November 2022 - 13 May 2023

    Curso A2714715. Desarrollar el conocimiento y la comprensión para gestionar la seguridad y salud en el trabajo.

  4. Online Tripartite Training on how to Communicate Evidence

    21 - 29 November 2022

    There is a growing consensus among decision and policy makers that communicating high-quality formal research evidence and data into the decision-making process is essential to have effective and efficient policies.

  5. Transformational change for gender equality through responsible business conduct

    14 November - 2 December 2022

    This three-week online course will look at the role of governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations as well as enterprises in advancing gender equality in the world of work, and explore how responsible business conduct can be used to create inclusive and equitable workplaces. The course offers two learning tracks to better fit the diverse training objectives of the participants.

September 2022

  1. Master in Occupational Safety and Health

    5 September 2022 - 30 September 2023

    The course A9714696 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.

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.