Centro Interamericano para el Desarrollo del Conocimiento en la Formación Profesional (OIT/Cinterfor)
Inter-American Centre for Knowledge Development in Vocational Training
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1963-09-17 Montevideo Uruguay
17 Sep 1963, Montevideo (Uruguay), on signature of an Agreement between the Government of Uruguay and B-XB2183 - ILO, following Technical Preparatory Meetings, Sep 1962, Bogota, and Jun 1963, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). A technical services of the ILO. Also referred to in Spanish as Centro Interamericano de Investigación y Documentación sobre la Formación Profesional and by the acronym OIT/Cinterfor.
Serve as the core of an integrated system of vocational training entities belonging to ILO Member States in Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Germany; contribute to the strategic of goals of ILO and the Decent Work Agenda for the Hemisphere (2006-2015).
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Technical Committee (meets every 2 years), consisting of representatives of national specialized organisms in vocational training and human resources development from American ILO Member States and Europe.
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