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Skills trends for green jobs in the cement industry in Indonesia

— sector: Construction/buildings
— theme: Skills and employability
— country: Asia, Indonesia
— type: Reports

In this study, we have analyzed the present scenario regarding manpower skills in the Indonesian cement sector and have projected anticipated changes to the sector caused by the introduction of green technologies. Our recommendations for making the required changes to the Indonesian cement sector have been made in two separate sections; direct manpower and indirect manpower, as explained below.

Author/Editor
ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
Publishing Year
2014

This report reviews in a systematic manner the skills available and skills required for the introduction and deployment of green technologies in the cement industry in Indonesia. It reviews the existing systems in place for developing a skilled labour force and proposes some specific recommendations on how to adapt to evolving demands. This report builds on continuing efforts made by the International Labour Organization in reviewing the need for skills for green jobs and the development of sector-based analysis that can advance global research work on promoting decent work. The report provides evidence and additional new information to support a well-informed tripartite dialogue on the best approach for promoting access to skills for green jobs and the greening of existing jobs in the Indonesian cement industry to help create decent, productive work and to improve the environmental sustainability and competitiveness of the sector.

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