Design and implementation of statistical systems for social security

Design and implementation of statistical systems for social security


Dr. Rafael Martínez González

+52 55 5377 4748

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Format: Face to face course

Language: Spanish / English

Level: Specialised

Duration: 40 hours


Promote a culture of standardized statistical information on social security, both in the citizen and in the institutions responsible for it, to support in the preparation of reports for making appropriate decisions, as well as in the generation of tools that make possible a clear understanding of these issues in society.


  • Recognize the importance of having a statistics system for decision making.
  • Know the principles and techniques of the construction of statistical indicators and their usefulness in decision making.
  • Identify the basic indicators of social security systems and their importance in decision-making.
  • Identify the ways to treat risks.
  • Recognize the best practices to make adequate reports for decision making.
  • Know tools to measure the performance of their institutions, as well as generate strategies and set development goals.


Topic 1: Methodological section: introduction to the indicators approach
Topic 2: Evaluation of public policies with a focus on indicators
Topic 3: Introduction to social security indicators
Topic 4: Analysis of specific indicators of social security
Topic 5: Social security reports


It is requested that the student has a personal computer (Laptop) to perform the corresponding exercises.

Professionals, officials and managers who work in social security institutions, with responsibilities in departments of statistical analysis and / or communication of results, with training in areas of pure sciences and social sciences. It is highly desirable that the student possess knowledge of computer management and electronic spreadsheets.