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The Centre Launches Its 2017 Technology@Work MOOC

 

On October 2nd, the Centre will launch its free massive open online course (MOOC) exploring how emerging technologies are reshaping the world of work in the 21st century. The six-week Technology@Work course is the flagship of the ITC-ILO’s contribution to the Future of Work Centenary Initiative, and your participation is free, on a full or part-time basis.

From automation, digitalization to AI, emerging technological innovations are expected to profoundly change the way we work and the 21st-century skills in-demand in the coming years. Harnessing the potential of these technologies will be crucial in creating new employment opportunities that promote decent work and inclusive economic growth set forth in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

 

With the participation of researchers, world-class thinkers, policymakers, technologists and UN staff, the Technology@Work MOOC will contribute to a much-needed global conversation about disruptive technology’s impact on the future of work.This MOOC also provides a collaborative and innovative learning platform that places an emphasis on practical and evidence based solutions and tools that will help learners to anticipate and build workforce resiliency in a digital future.

Click here to view the course brochure.

To learn more, visit bit.ly/TechatWorkMOOC or contact delta@itcilo.org

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Kai Hsin Hung

Kai-Hsin Hung is an External Collaborator with the ITC-ILO. He develops and designs curriculum and prototypes new sustainable learning solutions. His focus is innovation and knowledge synthesis of complex development challenges, including the future of work, food security, and climate change. He has broad experience in various roles in international advocacy, program management, and policy research at the International Development Research Centre and Global Affairs Canada. Follow him at @KaiHsinHung

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