Training Employment Services Providers On How To Facilitate The Recognition Of Skills Of Migrant Workers
There are currently 232 million migrants in the world, 150 million of whom are migrant workers, either in the labour force or seeking employment. Labour migration is taking place in environments where education and vocational training systems in many countries, at various levels of development, are not able to produce the skills needed and recognized by employers.
These Facilitator’s Notes are intended to contribute to addressing the challenges of skills recognition, and are designed to be used in conjunction with the ILO Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) guide: ‘How to Facilitate the Recognition of Skills of Migrant Workers’ – Guide for Employment Services Providers. The aim is to promote a sustainable approach and assist employment services’ providers to build their capacities, based on their specific needs and at their own pace.
The Facilitator’s Notes include the following points:
• Migration Systems
• Migrant Workers and Employers
• Facilitation of Skills Recognition Processes
• Services for Migrant Workers
- CategoryMethodologies and pedagogical approaches
- Type of fileDocument