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Online Training Programme on Labour Market Information for Better Implementation of Public Policies

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Course Title Online Training Programme on Labour Market Information for Better Implementation of Public Policies
Course Objective To sensitize government functionaries/other professional agencies on better implementation of labour market policies of Government.. To enhance the understanding about the concepts and definitions related to labour market information in the international and national contexts. To make them acquaint with the calculation of basic labour market indicators and also train the participants to analyse labour-market outcomes and policy impacts. To analyse trends in the labour market with particular emphasis on wage determination, at national, Sectoral and occupational levels.
Course Profile Identification and interpretation of key labour market indicators, Nature and characteristics of Labour Market, emerging trends in employment, country specific labour market policies and programmes, Gender mainstreaming in the production of labour market analysis, Data analysis related to labour and employment.
Methodology This training will be delivered in an online mode. The training will primarily make use of lectures, case studies and experience sharing. It will also include group discussions and thus be participative in nature.
Participation Level Government officers and key functionaries from representatives from trade union, employers and civil society organizations dealing with labour market. Researchers specializing in labour market studies.
Faculty Dr. Dhanya M. B. Email- dhanyamb[dot]vvgnli[at]gov[dot]in
Date From 02-12-2020 to 04-12-2020
Training Details Domestic Training Programmes
Venue Online Training Programme
Course Director Dr. Dhanya M B
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