Training on the Classification System Application

ILO is pleased to share that after extensive collaboration with a rage of stakeholders from June onwards the Code of Conduct and the Classification System for the recruitment agents are finalized. The planning, development and validation process has been undertaken under the leadership of the Director-general of the Bureau of Manpower Employment and Training (BMET) who heads the Technical Committee for the Development of the Code of Conduct and Classification System for the Recruitment Agents.

The Committee is set up by the Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment. The process involved:

(a) seven technical meetings, so far, of the ministry’s Committee chaired by the Director-general, BMET;
(b) four consultations will the ministry, BMET and BOESL officials;
(c) three consultations with Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies (BAIRA), and
(d) four multistakeholder consultations with over 150 stakeholders.

you that a training workshop for the relevant officials of the Ministry and BMET is planned to be held on 17 Nov 2014.

To support better incorporation of the Classification System in the new set of Rules on Recruitment Agents' License and Conduct and to promote enhanced understanding, the ILO in partnership with the Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), a global non-profit association, will conduct a training on 17 November 2014 for the relevant officials of the ministry and BMET.