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Decent work for youth

— sector: Research, education, administration
— theme: Employment and socio-economic policies, Skills and employability
— country: Global
— type: Flyers

Promoting decent jobs for young people in a comprehensive and adapted manner is at the centre of the ILO's 2012 "The Youth Employment: a Call for Action". Based on this call for action, the course "Decent Work for Youth" aims at developing the capacity of ILO constituents and youth stakeholders at designing and implementing policies and tools for the promotion of youth employment at local and national levels. This course may be of interest to Practitioners and Project Staff providing job market services (e.g. counselling, placement assistance, training) and entrepreneurship support (e.g. access to credit, mentoring, training) to young people. Kindly note that prior expertise in M&E techniques is required for the Executive Course.

Author/Editor
ILO ITC
Publishing Year
2015

URGENT - Application deadline: 18 May 2015
Code: A908306

When: 29 Jun 2015 - 10 Jul 2015
Venue: Turin Centre
Languages: English

Training area
Employment Policy and Analysis

Target Group
This course is targeted at (1) government officials from relevant ministries (youth, employment, labour, planning, education, training, etc.); (2) social partners involved in the design and implementation of employment policies; (3) other relevant stakeholders (such as UN staff, civil society, etc.)


Costs

Total cost: 2100 EUR
Tuition cost: 1500 EUR
Subsistence cost: 600 EUR

For one-week courses, tuition fees amount to 1,500 Euros and the subsistence fees to 600 Euros. Subsistence fees include full board and lodging at the Turin Centre’s Campus. For the two-weeks course, tuition fees amount to 2,150 Euros and the subsistence fees to 1,350 Euros.

Contact

Employment Policy and Analysis Programme
Viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10
I-10127 Turin (Italy)
Tel. 39.011.6936888
Fax 39.011.6391908
e-mail: epap@itcilo.org
http://www.itcilo.org

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