Events and meetings
Apprenticeship Programme for All – How to hold Inclusive Apprenticeship Programme
To build understanding on inclusive working place for apprenticeship programme and to seek opportunities for industries to hold inclusive apprenticeship programme.
Employment policies for a job-rich recovery and a better future of work
This year’s symposium focused on the follow-up to the Global Call to Action for a human-centred recovery from the COVID-19 crisis that is inclusive, sustainable and resilient. Towards this aim, it reviewed the available evidence and discussed policy approaches to assist ILO constituents in their efforts to promote labour market recovery and structural transformation processes that will shift economies to a new and better normal.
Technological innovations in Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
The objective of this webinar is to provide policymakers and practitioners with a platform for an open discussion during which knowledge, experience and innovative ideas associated with the digitalisation of RPL are shared.
ILO Skills Structured Funding Dialogue
The objective of this event is to bring together development partners to seek their commitment and support to the Global Programme on Skills and Lifelong Learning.
Pitch Day: The power of innovation
During the event, the finalists of the 2nd Skills Challenge Innovation Call will present their ideas to boost formalization through technology and skills development in the region.
Technical consultation workshop on the use of skills Logbooks, skills passports and other mechanisms to improve the portability of skills and qualifications
Practical guideline training for industry
To train selected industrial sector representatives in making use of the Practical Guide in developing and updating competency standards at their field.
Industry-BLK collaboration for a quality TVET in Indonesia
This e-learning course will provide insights into a management approach that focuses on the strengthening of the collaboration between TVET Centres and the private sector.
Social protection lecture series #3: The role of stakeholders in social protection reform in South Africa
This event is part of the ILO Jakarta Social Protection Lecture series. The lectures explores participation of stakeholders in reforming the social protection system in South Africa.
Launch of ILO-UK Skills for Prosperity Programme in Indonesia for Batam and Semarang
The ILO’s Skills for Prosperity Programme in Indonesia, funded by the United Kingdom government, launches partnership initiatives with the Batam State Polytechnic (Polibatam) and the Maritime State Polytechnic of Indonesia (PoliMarin) to provide technical support for curriculum development and enhancement and capacity building for lecturers and academic staff.
ILO-TEMPO Interactive Discussion: Involvement of Industry to Answer Skills Mismatch in Labour Market
The discussion aims to raise the awareness of the policy makers, industrial associations and relevant stakeholders regarding the important involvement of industries in tackling problems related to skills mismatch in labour market.
How to Undertake an Assessment for Apprenticeship Programme?
Second topic of the Virtual Workshops on Quality Apprenticeship for Industries
Developing Apprenticeship Curriculum for Beginners
First topic of the Virtual Workshops on Quality Apprenticeship for Industries
Virtual Workshops on Quality Apprenticeship for Industries
The overall objective of the online workshops is to improve capacity of the industries in implementing quality apprenticeship programme.
Social protection lecture series #2: Public employment services and unemployment benefit schemes through digital channels in Asia
This activity is part of the ILO Jakarta Social Protection Public Lecture Series. This public lecture gives ILO partners in Indonesia the opportunity to hear from experts on social protection and related policy issues and provide a range of perspectives, knowledge and experiences.
Career development support at the heart of lifelong learning systems
Online Apprenticeship, is it Effective?
Third session of the Series of Webinars on Quality Apprenticeship for Industries
Reimagining Youth Skills Post-Pandemic
This year’s World Youth Skills Day will again take place in a challenging context, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and with education and training systems yet to return to pre-crisis conditions. It aims to celebrate the resilience and creativity of youth throughout the crisis and focus attention on how technical and vocational education and training (TVET) systems have adapted to the pandemic, participate in the recovery, and imagine priorities they should adopt for the post-COVID-19 world.
ILO-TEMPO Interactive Discussion: From Unemployed to Get Back to Work, What can Unemployment Insurance Do?
The discussion aims to raise the awareness of the policy makers, industrial associations, workers’ organizations and relevant stakeholders regarding the implementation of social insurance and its link to the public employment service to protect both workers and employers.
The Importance of the Mentorship and the Launch of Virtual Training Manual for Mentors of Workplace Apprenticeship Programme
Second session of the Series of Webinars on Quality Apprenticeship for Industries