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Update on actrav turin program

actrav

Update onACTRAV-Turin Program

National Follow-up and Evaluation Seminar for Trade Unions in the Philippines

(Manila : 5 – 7 Sept. 2001)


Aims of this presentation
Aims of this Presentation

  • To give overviews of the Programme for Workers’ Activities of ILO

  • To present the plans of future training programmes of ACTRAV-Turin


Actrav turin staff
ACTRAV-Turin Staff

  • Enrico Cairola - Programme Manager

  • Marc Belanger - IT Specialist

  • Ben I. Dia - Africa and Arab States

  • C. Benitez - Latin America and Gender

  • M. Ishibashi - Asia and the Pacific

  • Hilda Giordano

  • Daniela Klein


Participants 1996 2000 actrav programme
Participants: 1996-2000ACTRAV Programme


Participants 1996 2000 total of workers in all programmes
Participants: 1996-2000Total of Workers in all Programmes


Long term objectives
Long-term Objectives:

  • Empowerment of trade unions;

  • Strengthen trade union education/training;

  • Support the development of technical departments;

  • Involve trade unions in the promotion of ILO Standards and the Follow-up to the Declaration;

  • Strengthen tripartism and social dialogue;

  • Promote gender mainstreaming.

  • Help development of trade union networks (+)


Specific objectives
Specific Objectives

  • To develop skills of participants in the priority area through high-quality training;

  • To increase bipartite and tripartite training courses;

  • To assist unions to develop gender policies;

  • To help unions develop I.T. policies; and

  • To extend our reach to as many workers as possible through distance education. (+)


Major trends of the program
Major Trends of the Program

  • Introduction of cross-cutting issues in all courses;

  • Greater resources devoted to evaluation;;

  • Delivery of courses on IT and Distance Education;

  • Development of training packages in various forms, including CD-ROM and Internet Web Site;

  • Closer collaborations with ICFTU, ITSs, and national centres in industrialized countries. (+)


Quantitative analysis 2000
Quantitative Analysis 2000

  • 29 training activities

  • 12 advisory services

  • 433 participants from 100 member countries

  • 37% of women participants


Main training areas
Main Training Areas

  • International Labour Standards

  • Employment Policies

  • Social Protection

  • Social Dialogue

  • Gender and Women Workers’ Rights

  • Information Technology/Distance Education

  • Sectoral Programme (ITSs)


Core curriculum
Core Curriculum

  • International Labour Standards and the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and its Follow-up;

  • Globalization and Trade Union Campaigns

  • Gender and women workers’ rights;

  • Information Technologies;

  • HIV/AIDS (+)


Improved evaluation
Improved Evaluation

  • Grasping needs/expectations at the beginning of the course;

  • Weekly evaluation

  • End of course evaluation (Work Plans)

  • Post-course evaluation (one year after the course - questionnaires by mail)

  • Follow-up activities in the Field

  • Feedback from MDTs (+)


Year 2001 training activities
Year 2001 : Training Activities

  • 34 programmes (Turin + Fields)

  • Distance Education Course

  • Sectoral programmes for ITSs

  • Design of new training packages

  • For A.P. – IT, Sector and OSHE (+)


2002 training activities plan
2002 Training Activities Plan

  • 12 programs in Turin

  • Strengthening of cross-cutting issues in all training activities;

  • Preparation of new training packages;

  • Promotion of distance education;

  • Continuation of sectoral programs for ITSs

  • For A.P. – Distance Learning and ILS (+)


Agendas for further development
Agendas for Further Development

  • Needs to improve:

    • Training Methodology

    • Dialogue with Constituencies

    • Practical Approach (regional needs)

    • Pre-Course Guidance/Consultation

    • Daily/Weekly/Course-end/Post-Course Evaluations

    • Visibility of the Program and our Reach to more Workers/Trade Unions (+)


Actrav turin

ACTRAV-Turin

For Course A3-5409

(Manila: 5-7 Sept. 2001)


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