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Ongoing trainings:



Duration :
02/09/2019 to 20/09/2019

The course aims to acquaint the participants
from different countries with the immerging
issues of employment and the role of skill
development and share knowledge, prospects
of skill development with effective planning,
designing and implementation in generating
employment, enhancing employability,
entrepreneurship of the labour force in general
and youth in particular.

Previous month trainings:



Duration :
29/07/2019 to 02/08/2019

The programme aims to enhance organization building capacity of activists of
Safai Karmacharis Unions.



Duration :
30/07/2019 to 01/08/2019

The programme aims at equipping with skills for Identification, Prevention, Rescue,
Release and Rehabilitation of Migrant/Trafficked Children and Adolescents for Labour
Exploitation.



Duration :
05/08/2019 to 23/08/2019

The programme aims to sensitize the participants about
the inequalities prevalent in the world of work and the
challenges faced by women in the labour market. It would
also enable the participants in developing an
understanding about the existing legal instruments and
international labour standards for ensuring equality at
workplace and promoting workers’ rights based on a
model of social justice.



Duration :
05/08/2019 to 09/08/2019

The programme aims at enhancing enforcement competence and skills of
Enforcement Officers pertaining to women employees.



Duration :
19/08/2019 to 23/08/2019

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



Duration :
26/08/2019 to 06/09/2019

The course aims to provide a structural analysis of the complex relationships between
informality, gendered relations of power and poverty. It also provides researchers with an
enhanced understanding of qualitative and quantitative methods on gender, poverty and the
informal economy. This course will be an opportunity to discuss and debate on the ongoing
issues in conceptualizing and measuring poverty, women empowerment and gender.

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Training schedules for the current month:



Duration :
26/08/2019 to 06/09/2019

The course aims to provide a structural analysis of the complex relationships between
informality, gendered relations of power and poverty. It also provides researchers with an
enhanced understanding of qualitative and quantitative methods on gender, poverty and the
informal economy. This course will be an opportunity to discuss and debate on the ongoing
issues in conceptualizing and measuring poverty, women empowerment and gender.




Duration :
02/09/2019 to 20/09/2019

The course aims to acquaint the participants
from different countries with the immerging
issues of employment and the role of skill
development and share knowledge, prospects
of skill development with effective planning,
designing and implementation in generating
employment, enhancing employability,
entrepreneurship of the labour force in general
and youth in particular.




Duration :
02/09/2019 to 06/09/2019

The course will familiarise scholars and practitioners on techniques and methods in
historical research on labour and labour relations. The course will enable the
participants to understand contemporary transformations in the world of work in a
historical perspective and familiarise them with the different approaches to history of
labour. It will also equip them to undertake systematic research on labour history.




Duration :
09/09/2019 to 13/09/2019

The course aims at equipping 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 :
11/09/2019 to 13/09/2019

The programme aims at imparting training to the Members of Internal Complaints
Committees(ICC) and officials dealing with cases of Preventing Sexual Harassment
at the Workplace .




Duration :
16/09/2019 to 19/09/2019

This programme aims at enhancing the capacities of the concerned stakeholders
in conceptualising, designing and operationalising effective labour market and
employment policies and undertaking research studies related to it. The programme
provides an opportunity for the participants to have intensive interface with renowned
scholars and practitioners in the area of labour market and employment policies.




Duration :
17/09/2019 to 19/09/2019

To familiarize various stakeholders with Pre-Rescue, Rescue and Post Rescue aspects
of Child Labour and developing capacities to contribute in their professional pursuits
towards elimination of child labour




Duration :
23/09/2019 to 27/09/2019

The programme aims at enhancing the understanding about various aspect of
human resource development and impart knowledge and skills to develop leadership
skills.




Duration :
23/09/2019 to 26/09/2019

This programme aims at enhancing the understanding of the linkages between
migration and development. It also aims at developing the capacities of researchers and
policy makers towards explicating the emerging issues in migration, especially in terms
of research and policy concerns.


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Next month training schedules:



Duration :
30/09/2019 to 04/10/2019

The programme aims to sensitize the participants about the existing inequalities and the need
for social inclusion. It would enable participants to understand the international standards and
existing legal instruments as well as some global best practices in order to promote workers’
rights based on a model of social justice.



Duration :
07/10/2019 to 25/10/2019

To develop understanding, aptitude and positive
attitudes on leadership among participants of
Developing Countries



Duration :
07/10/2019 to 11/10/2019

To address and strengthen the understanding of gender issues in labour market and to
enhance the understanding of related laws.



Duration :
14/10/2019 to 17/10/2019

Employment, in its quantitative and more pertinently in its qualitative aspects, is one of the
central concerns of public policy. While employment creation remains a crucial long term
policy goal, it is now emerging as one of the most important policy instruments for tackling
economic slowdown. Employment is not only a macroeconomic phenomena – its importance
and social and individual level is far greater. Employment remains the foremost means for
providing social security and tackling insecurities at the individual level. It is in this context
that this programme addresses various dimensions related to generation of quality
employment as a means to achieve the national goal of sustainable and inclusive growth.



Duration :
22/10/2019 to 24/10/2019

The elected representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions are responsible for local
self-governance that includes making arrangements for water, health, sanitation, education,
upkeep of roads, lighting arrangements, planting of trees, keeping the village clean and
maintaining law and order. Hence, their involvement and contribution in implementation of
any policy, legislation or rehabilitation effort is very high. Having been elected directly by the
people and having grown up in the same environment, the members of PRIs wield
considerable influence over the people in their area.
In the case of child labour, the responsibility of the elected representatives of
Panchayati Raj Institutions in the area of education is of extreme importance. If the children
are to be educated, they need to have the time to attend school and do their studies instead
of being employed as child labourers. The elected members of the Village Panchayat, can
bring about change in the mindset of people who have the tendency to accept child labour as
a way of life and who are not generally sensitive to its negative effects.
Hence, the elected representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions they need to be
adequately sensitized on the issue of child labour, made aware of the various policies and
laws that prohibit child labour. This can be only achieved through sensitization and
orientation training. Therefore, this training programme has been designed for this group that
would include ideas on the action the members of the PRIs can contribute to prevention and
elimination of child labour, to strengthen enforcement of laws, and in educational
rehabilitation of child labour and economic rehabilitation of their families.



Duration :
29/10/2019 to 01/11/2019

The programme aims at enhancing the understanding of the industrial relations managers
and trade union leaders on the major opportunities and challenges relating to labourmanagement
relations in a globalising economy.

Upcoming traings are listed here



Duration :
04/11/2019 to 22/11/2019

This course aims at enhancing the understanding
and capabilities of social partners involved with
social and economic policies in effectively
managing labour and employment relations in a
globalised economy.

February, 2020



Duration :
10/02/2020 to 28/02/2020

Market-oriented reforms in the health sector
have led to low efficiency of resource
allocation and utilization, increasing inequality
as well as reducing the ability of the poor to
access health care services. This situation
creates greater health vulnerability for those
who are at greater risk of disease but not
under the cover of social protection, such as
workers in the informal economy.

December, 2019



Duration :
02/12/2019 to 20/12/2019

It is evident that Optimal utilization of human resource
is essential for achieving inclusive growth as well as
promoting gender equity.
Patriarchal mindset, roles and responsibilities assumed
by the society often place women in inequitable
positions, which is often reflected in the world of work.
Therefore, creating enabling environment for all is
essential for achieving gender equity
Globally, Gender mainstreaming is an important part of
policy discussions. Nations are recognizing the
importance of gender parity and taking necessary
steps to bridge this gaps.
Access to quality education, skill development, decent
jobs, sharing of family responsibilities and Effective
implementation of existing affirmative policies are
some of the initiatives for narrowing this gap.
Implementation of affirmative policies will positively
change the individual mindset and behavior in the
World of Work and this will be positively reflected in the
behavior of Individuals in the Family, Community,
Society, and Nation and consequently worldwide.
It is in this context, that the V.V. Giri National Labour
Institute is organizing the International Training
Programme on Gender Issues in the world of work with
the objectives of promoting gender equity in the world
of work

November, 2019



Duration :
04/11/2019 to 22/11/2019

This course aims at enhancing the understanding
and capabilities of social partners involved with
social and economic policies in effectively
managing labour and employment relations in a
globalised economy.

October, 2019



Duration :
30/09/2019 to 04/10/2019

The programme aims to sensitize the participants about the existing inequalities and the need
for social inclusion. It would enable participants to understand the international standards and
existing legal instruments as well as some global best practices in order to promote workers’
rights based on a model of social justice.



Duration :
07/10/2019 to 25/10/2019

To develop understanding, aptitude and positive
attitudes on leadership among participants of
Developing Countries



Duration :
07/10/2019 to 11/10/2019

To address and strengthen the understanding of gender issues in labour market and to
enhance the understanding of related laws.



Duration :
14/10/2019 to 17/10/2019

Employment, in its quantitative and more pertinently in its qualitative aspects, is one of the
central concerns of public policy. While employment creation remains a crucial long term
policy goal, it is now emerging as one of the most important policy instruments for tackling
economic slowdown. Employment is not only a macroeconomic phenomena – its importance
and social and individual level is far greater. Employment remains the foremost means for
providing social security and tackling insecurities at the individual level. It is in this context
that this programme addresses various dimensions related to generation of quality
employment as a means to achieve the national goal of sustainable and inclusive growth.



Duration :
22/10/2019 to 24/10/2019

The elected representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions are responsible for local
self-governance that includes making arrangements for water, health, sanitation, education,
upkeep of roads, lighting arrangements, planting of trees, keeping the village clean and
maintaining law and order. Hence, their involvement and contribution in implementation of
any policy, legislation or rehabilitation effort is very high. Having been elected directly by the
people and having grown up in the same environment, the members of PRIs wield
considerable influence over the people in their area.
In the case of child labour, the responsibility of the elected representatives of
Panchayati Raj Institutions in the area of education is of extreme importance. If the children
are to be educated, they need to have the time to attend school and do their studies instead
of being employed as child labourers. The elected members of the Village Panchayat, can
bring about change in the mindset of people who have the tendency to accept child labour as
a way of life and who are not generally sensitive to its negative effects.
Hence, the elected representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions they need to be
adequately sensitized on the issue of child labour, made aware of the various policies and
laws that prohibit child labour. This can be only achieved through sensitization and
orientation training. Therefore, this training programme has been designed for this group that
would include ideas on the action the members of the PRIs can contribute to prevention and
elimination of child labour, to strengthen enforcement of laws, and in educational
rehabilitation of child labour and economic rehabilitation of their families.



Duration :
29/10/2019 to 01/11/2019

The programme aims at enhancing the understanding of the industrial relations managers
and trade union leaders on the major opportunities and challenges relating to labourmanagement
relations in a globalising economy.

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