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Previous month trainings:



Duration :
02/03/2020 to 06/03/2020

To familiarize young students with various Labour Issues and their capacities to contribute in their academic and professional pursuits.



Duration :
02/03/2020 to 06/03/2020

To address and strengthen the understanding of Gender Issues in Labour



Duration :
02/03/2020 to 06/03/2020

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



Duration :
09/03/2020 to 27/03/2020

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



Duration :
16/03/2020 to 20/03/2020

This programme aims at enhancing the capacities of the stakeholders in conceptualising, designing and implementing effective labour market and employment policies and undertaking, monitoring and evaluation of such policies. 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 :
16/03/2020 to 20/03/2020

The programme aims to develop an understanding of the need for social security for workers in the unorganized sector.



Duration :
23/03/2020 to 27/03/2020

To enhance the knowledge, understanding and capacity of labour administrators and trade union leaders on matters relevant to decent work and climate instability



Duration :
23/03/2020 to 27/03/2020

To develop the leadership of working journalists and media persons to address effectively the emerging issues related to work and workplace and contribute for the development of media sector and also the overall all development of working mass.



Duration :
23/03/2020 to 27/03/2020

To develop an understanding of social protection and livelihood security for informal sector workers through development schemes.



Duration :
23/03/2020 to 27/03/2020

The programme aims at empowering women organizers from Central Trade Unions.

Training schedules for the current month:



Duration :
13/04/2020 to 17/04/2020

The challenge of employment, especially of productive employment in the formal segments of the economy, remains formidable. Employment depends both on demand for labour and supply of it. Creation of employment opportunities Is not satisfactory despite experiencing satisfactory growth rate. The Newly industrializing economies or the so called East Asian Tigers have left many impressive and innovative experiences for us. We need to understand their policies carefully to find better solutions for our employment challenges. The programme aims at what can we learn from them and how could we go about it.




Duration :
13/04/2020 to 17/04/2020

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




Duration :
20/04/2020 to 24/04/2020

This programme aims at strengthening the knowledge of the participants with good governance, its elements and the various development/welfare programmes and discuss the issues and mechanism for the effective delivery to working mass




Duration :
20/04/2020 to 24/04/2020

To strengthen the understanding of gender issues in labour and raising awareness & effective implementation of social security measures.




Duration :
20/04/2020 to 24/04/2020

The programme aims at putting increasing emphasis on enhancing the skills of workers in general and women workers in particular for enhancing employability and to facilitate for decent employment.




Duration :
27/04/2020 to 01/05/2020

To address and strengthen the understanding of Gender Issues in Labour.




Duration :
27/04/2020 to 30/04/2020

To enhance organisation building capacity and empowering the trade union leaders from unorganized sector.


Next month training schedules:



Duration :
27/04/2020 to 01/05/2020

To address and strengthen the understanding of Gender Issues in Labour.

April, 2020



Duration :
13/04/2020 to 17/04/2020

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



Duration :
13/04/2020 to 17/04/2020

The challenge of employment, especially of productive employment in the formal segments of the economy, remains formidable. Employment depends both on demand for labour and supply of it. Creation of employment opportunities Is not satisfactory despite experiencing satisfactory growth rate. The Newly industrializing economies or the so called East Asian Tigers have left many impressive and innovative experiences for us. We need to understand their policies carefully to find better solutions for our employment challenges. The programme aims at what can we learn from them and how could we go about it.



Duration :
20/04/2020 to 24/04/2020

This programme aims at strengthening the knowledge of the participants with good governance, its elements and the various development/welfare programmes and discuss the issues and mechanism for the effective delivery to working mass



Duration :
20/04/2020 to 24/04/2020

To strengthen the understanding of gender issues in labour and raising awareness & effective implementation of social security measures.



Duration :
20/04/2020 to 24/04/2020

The programme aims at putting increasing emphasis on enhancing the skills of workers in general and women workers in particular for enhancing employability and to facilitate for decent employment.



Duration :
27/04/2020 to 01/05/2020

To address and strengthen the understanding of Gender Issues in Labour.



Duration :
27/04/2020 to 30/04/2020

To enhance organisation building capacity and empowering the trade union leaders from unorganized sector.

March, 2020



Duration :
02/03/2020 to 06/03/2020

To address and strengthen the understanding of Gender Issues in Labour



Duration :
02/03/2020 to 06/03/2020

To familiarize young students with various Labour Issues and their capacities to contribute in their academic and professional pursuits.



Duration :
02/03/2020 to 06/03/2020

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

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