Resources on ILO/Korea Partnership Programme

  1. What skills are most needed for the future of work?

    20 April 2018

    The key is to have a solid literacy foundation and adaptability for ever changing labour market by practicing lifelong learning. On the other hand, skills providers should adopt industry-led approach to develop skills provision programmes. The government, employers’ and workers’ organizations should work together to address the challenges on the path to the future of work.

  2. Concept note of ILO-Korea TVET Forum, 2018

    01 January 2018

  3. Labour Market Information and Employment Services (LIfE) (Project fact sheet)

    21 August 2017

    The project aims to improve the quality of employment services through strengthened client orientation and capacity building of Employment Service Centres (ESCs) and their officials.

  4. Supporting Viet Nam’s Public Employment Policy: From Policy to Implementation (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    To develop a comprehensive social protection system that ensures the welfare of all workers, the Vietnamese Government requested the ILO’s assistance in developing a public employment policy (PEP).

  5. Supporting the Implementation of Sustainable Social Protection Floors for Workers and their Families in ASEAN (Phase 2) (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    This project aims to build a better social protection system for ASEAN countries by securing income, increasing access to social services, and enhancing the employability of female and male workers, with a specific focus on two countries: Cambodia and Myanmar.

  6. Towards a Mutual Recognition of Skills in CLM (Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar) Countries for AEC 2015 and Beyond (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    The ILO has been providing technical assistance (in collaboration with the ADB) with the development of MRS, including the development of Regional Model Competency Standards (RMCS) and national skills standards, and mutual recognition mechanisms on skills for the Greater Mekong Sub-regional (GMS) countries.

  7. Supporting the Improvement of the Legal and Institutional Framework on Occupational Safety and Health in Myanmar (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    Building on ILO’s engagement in Myanmar over the past decade and taking into account the most recent developments in the country, this project aims to contribute to better, safer and healthier working conditions in Myanmar.

  8. Promoting Occupational Safety and Health in Asia and the Pacific (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    ILO/Korea Partnership Programme aims to strengthen national occupational safety and health (OSH) systems in the region, including labour inspections, occupational injury reporting, training, information and national OSH campaigns.

  9. Skills for Green Jobs (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    Since 2012 the ILO/Korea Partnerships Programme has conducted research, with a particular focus on understanding skills gaps and needs in the priority occupations. Two research exercises have been undertaken, one in Thailand and one in China. The research in Thailand focused on the tourism and building sectors while in China it focused on the building and energy sectors.

  10. Skills Recognition for Migrant Workers (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    The ILO/Korea Partnership Programme’s work on the skills recognition for migrant workers dates back to 2006. The main objective of this project is to develop a more inclusive, flexible, accessible and transparent system for skills recognition that will facilitate the flow of migrant workers while contributing to the economies of migrant sending and receiving countries.