Decent Work Programme

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What Will You Learn?

  • Develop Action Plans
  • Develop Action Plans for promoting decent work within unions and employment sectors.
  • Discussing the core principles of decent work as outlined by the
  • International Labour Organization (ILO).
  • Examining the Importance of decent work in promoting social justice,
  • economic development, and human rights.
  • Examining occupational health and safety (OHS) standards and
  • regulations in Botswana.
  • Identifying workplace hazards, implementing OHS policies and
  • procedures, and advocating for safer working environments

Course Content

The Decent Work Country Programme for Botswana
The purpose of the module is to enable participants to develop a comprehensive understanding of the decent work programme for Botswana. Participants will be enabled to analyse the history of decent work and define the concept of decent work to appreciate its importance for promoting social justice, economic development and human rights in Botswana.

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Designing Decent Work Plans and Strategies in Botswana
The purpose of this module is to enable participants to design decent work plans and strategies. Participants will identify common challenges and issues being faced by Batswana workers and propose strategies for dealing with these challenges or issues.

Understanding OHS Environment and DWCP Operational Plans.
The purpose of the module is to enable participants to develop OHS standards and procedures to identify workplace hazards, mitigate risk, and advocate for safer working environments for workers. They will acquire knowledge and skills effective implementation of OHS in the workplaces.

Implementing action plans for promoting decent work
The purpose of the module is to enable participants to implement action plans for promoting decent work within the respective unions and employment sectors. Participants will also develop strategies for overcoming challenges that potentially hinder implementation of Action Plans.

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