The International Training Centre, established in 1964 in Turin, Italy, is the training arm of the International Labour Organization (ILO), a United Nations agency entrusted with promoting social justice, including internationally recognized human rights and labour standards.
The Centre is committed to assisting countries in their social and economic development through learning and training. In this respect, it provides training and related services in support of ILO's pursuit of Decent Work for all including actions for development of human resources and institutional capabilities.
ITCILO demand-driven training portfolio consists of courses in key work-related areas. In addition to standard courses with long track record of successful delivery and which are constantly updated to suit evolving circumstances and requirements, the Centre periodically introduces new courses and other learning events which are designed to meet specific clients' needs and requests. More than 450 programmes and projects are carried out for a total of around 11,000 people from over 180 countries each year.
However, the Centre is more than a training institute. The campus in Turin, Italy, is a meeting place where professionals from all over the world share experience in a model environment of cultural diversity. This is also true of the distance learning virtual campus networks which are increasingly playing a prominent role in the work of ITCILO.
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The SDG training programme of ITCILO, responsible for execution of this project, provides training and advisory services designed to:
- enhance professionalism and integrity in the management of public resources in support of good governance and sustainable development; and
- reinforce capacity to analyse the impact of trade and investment on equitable national development.
Participants are officials from developing and transition countries, national and international development agencies, and representatives of the social partners and civil society.
Courses are run in partnership with key international institutions like the World Bank, the ILO, the UN, regional development banks, world-class universities and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). They are grouped into the following subject areas:
In addition to the above and in partnership with the University of Turin and other UN/International organisations, the Sustainable Development and Governance programme offers a number of Master’s programmes that prepare fresh graduates and junior professionals, from both developed and developing countries, to take-up social and economic development work effectively and/or assume jobs that require a subtle understanding of the rules of the globalized economy. The Sustainable Development and Governance programme is directly responsible for the following Master’s degree courses:
- Management of Development
- Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development
- Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Trade Law - contracts and dispute resolution
- Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property