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training

All training schedule are listed here:



Duration :
26/12/2023 to 27/12/2023

The primary aim of this is to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the research process and its various components



Duration :
27/12/2023 to 29/12/2023

The programme aims at enriching the knowledge of the participants about the concept, importance and inevitability of convergence in the policies and programme implementation and build synergies with government agencies, partnership with stakeholders and social partners for its effectiveness to address Labour and Development Issues



Duration :
02/01/2024 to 04/01/2024

The programme aims at strengthening competence for discharging quasi-judicial role.



Duration :
08/01/2024 to 09/01/2024

To equip conciliation officers to appreciate the contemporary industrial relations scenario and nature of issues for conciliation along with developing behavioural skills required for effective conciliation.



Duration :
08/01/2024 to 12/01/2024

To enhance personal and collective skills needed for effective leadership by way of experiential learning for individual and group leadership.



Duration :
08/01/2024 to 12/01/2024

The programme aims at equipping the participants with the context of labour legislation and recent Labour jurisprudence.



Duration :
15/01/2024 to 16/01/2024

To equipping the participants with the understanding of procedural and legal aspects of Departmental enquiry.



Duration :
15/01/2024 to 16/01/2024

To empower participants with a thorough grasp of social media principles, tools &techniques, and best practices, enabling them to skilfully devise, implement, and assess effective strategies.



Duration :
16/01/2024 to 19/01/2024

The programme aims to equip the participants with skills and knowledge on various labour laws pertaining to safety and well-being of workers and to effectively prevent and address forced labour and child labour practices in the supply chains.

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