The Supporting Initiative for the Promotion of Decent Work in Situations of Fragility is launching a free webinar, the first in a cycle of four, to touch upon some key topics in the field.

What?

A free webinar to present the findings of the analytical study: “Promoting rural youth employment through entrepreneurship education and vocational training: focus on entrepreneurship”. The study was carried out in the framework of the Inception Phase of the project: “Promoting rural youth employment through entrepreneurship education and vocational training”. You can find more info on the project at this link.

The webinar will focus on entrepreneurship education in Afghanistan as a means to help the country move from fragility towards peace and resilience.

When?

The free webinar will take place on Thursday 30 March 2017 at 11am Central European Time.

Who?

Ms Kirsty Ramsbottom, The Development Alchemists (author)

Kirsty grew up in the UK and has lived in Italy for over twenty years. She has over twenty-five years of experience in education, TVET, training and coaching, working with people of all ages and in many types of business. In the past, Kirsty worked as a teacher and a Director of Studies for The British Council and from there moved into research and training, principally in the education sector as a teacher trainer and then with a variety of businesses as a language trainer.

Kirsty has facilitated meetings at UNHCR and worked as a trainer in the housing sector in the UK. She has advised on and written training manuals, brochures and sites for a number of major companies. Kirsty has a B.A.(Hons) in English Language and Literature and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

How?

To attend, simply send an email to fragilestates@itcilo.org

We will contact you with all the relevant information (e.g. how to access the webinar, what kind of equipment you need for audio and video performance, and so on). Deadline for registration is Wednesday 22 March.

If you have registered but are not able to attend, the recording of the webinar will remain available for viewing on our dedicated e-learning platform, the eCampus.