Introduction to Child LabourCourse
This course offers an introduction to child labour by explaining how child labour is defined, discussing the root causes of child labour and exploring how stakeholders can get involved in the fight against child labour in the agricultural sector.
Community Child Protection CommitteesCourse
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Child Labour in Agricultural Communities: Introduction to Village Savings & Loans AssociationsCourse
Foundations of Child Labour Due Diligence in the Agricultural SectorCourse
Our e-learning approach
The ECLT e-learning curriculum aims to develop the capacities of key stakeholders involved in the elimination of child labour in agriculture, including staff from governments, companies, multi-stakeholders’ initiatives, unions, growers’ associations, international and non-governmental organisations and communities.
The platform also serves to raise awareness on the issue of child labour in agricultural supply chains and the importance of addressing it. In this respect, the content will be highly relevant for a wide range of stakeholders working in sustainability, child protection, labour administration, education, health, sustainable development and other cross-cutting areas.
ECLT aims to provide flexible training options for different groups of stakeholders involved in the fight against child labour through a learner-centred and multiplatform approach.
To ensure the transfer of know-how, knowledge, skills and competencies, the curriculum is based on a learning needs assessment of ECLT target audience, taking into account their roles and responsibilities as well as the skills and knowledge required to better address child labour issues within their respective organisations.
Free of charge, the self-paced courses and webinars are accessible online and on mobile devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets), and provide participants with the flexibility to learn at their own pace, on their own schedule.
To ensure that our e-learning content is relevant, that the purpose for each course is clear and that the learning experience is tailored to the needs of our audience, ECLT works in collaboration with external partners. Among others, these include experts in business and human rights, technology and innovations, e-learning programme.
Certification is granted by the ECLT Foundation through passing the course evaluation with a grade of at least 70%. Upon completion of the course assessment, participants receive a certificate of completion which certifies the acquisition of competencies.