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Welcome to the Online Platform for IPYET 2011

The International Labour Organization (ILO), Lusaka Office and the Commonwealth Youth Programme Regional Centre for Africa (CYPRCA), are happy to announce the 2nd Edition of its annual international Trainer of Trainers (TOT) workshop on “International Perspectives in Youth Entrepreneurship Training” (IPYET 2011) from 15 – 24 April 2011 in Siavonga, Zambia

The workshop is targeted at youth development practitioners, social development programmers, enterprise mentors, trainers and academia. The workshop will accommodate a maximum of 30 participants. Participants are expected to have minimum of an academic degree with at least 1 year experience in youth work, or a diploma with at least 3 years’ experience in youth work.

The Commonwealth Youth Programme Regional Centre for Africa (CYPRCA) and the ILO Lusaka Office will offer partial bursaries to some successful applicants. Bursaries may cover only tuition, materials and Lodging up to USD$2,000 of the cost of participation. Participants are expected to cater for their own travel to and from Zambia and local upkeep.

Deadline for applications is 26th November 2010. Successful applicants will be notified by 30th February 2010.

Application Documents

  • Programme Announcement
  • Application Form
  • Call for Participants

Fast Links for your Info...

ILO, CYP, and other links goes here
  • International Labour Organization
  • Commonwealth Secretariat

Contact us!

IPYET 2011 Hosted by the Zambia Ministry of Sports, Youth and Child Development (MSYCD) and Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MLSS)
The ILO and CYP are committed to achieving the highest standards in training during IPYET 2011 and to ensure the highest possible returns for participation in this training. We welcome your ideas to make this a worthwhile learning and development experience.

ILO-CYP IPYET Workshop Secretariat

International Perspectives in Youth Entrepreneurship Training
January - April 2011 | +260 211 252733, 292730 | email

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