Publications and tools

  1. Tools for Quality Apprenticeships: a Guide for Enterprises

    09 April 2019

  2. Does work-based learning facilitate transitions to decent work?

    26 July 2018

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 242

  3. ILO Survey Report on the National Initiatives to Promote Quality Apprenticeships in G20 Countries

    04 July 2018

    This report presents the main findings of the ILO survey on national initiatives to promote quality apprenticeships in the G20 member states. It was conducted between September and December 2017 as an ILO initiative to take stock of and widely share good practices in this area.

  4. EC-ILO action on youth employment policies: Enhancing capabilities of practitioners to design, implement and monitor youth employment policies

    19 December 2017

    A summary of project implementation and achievements under Component two: Apprenticeship systems and programmes.

  5. ILO Toolkit for Quality Apprenticeships - Vol. 1: Guide for Policy Makers

    30 November 2017

  6. Engaging employers in apprenticeship opportunities

    26 June 2017

    This joint OECD-ILO report examines best practices in employer engagement in apprenticeship programmes at the local level across nine countries.

  7. Promoting safe work and quality apprenticeships in small and medium-sized enterprises: Challenges for developed and developing economies

    02 October 2015

  8. G20: Promoting better labour market outcomes for youth

    09 September 2014

    Joint ILO-OECD background paper on youth employment and apprenticeship prepared for the G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial Meeting held in Melbourne, Australia, 10-11 September 2014.

  9. Innovative Apprenticeship and Internship Models in the IT Sector in the United States

    17 July 2014

  10. Findings of the follow-up study on former child labourers trained on entrepreneurship and apprenticeship - The cases of Kisumu and Nairobi cities, Kenya

    25 March 2014

    This study sought to find out if there was any added advantage that entrepreneurship skills training had on the trainees and it compares post training progression between trainees who had received entrepreneurship training to those who in addition received business start-up kit.