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The MASECVET Case Study Results Claudia Ball, 24 February 2014, Ankara
Seite 2 © 2011 DEKRA Purpose of the Case Studies Aimed to test the MASECVET results within notional cases regarding: ●Applicability and added value of MASECVET tools within different national, bilateral and ECVET application contexts ●Possible impact of the MASECVET tools within VET in the automotive sector and the implementation of ECVET ●Requirements for the tools practical implementation and application The MASECVET Case Study Results
Seite 3 © 2011 DEKRA Tools tested in the Case Studies The MASECVET tools are: ●The Memorandum of Mutual Trust ●The Toolbox on transnational learner mobility with ECVET ●The Toolbox on recognition of non- and informal learning with ECVET ●Supportive tools: _MoU, LA, CPC, _EQF-based VQTS matrix “car mechatronic”, _recommendations on LO-based assessment etc. The MASECVET Case Study Results
Seite 4 © 2011 DEKRA The MASECVET cases The MASECVET Case Study Results Transnational Mobility of Learners within IVET Transnational Mobility of Workers Recognition of non- and informally acquired abilities
Seite 5 © 2011 DEKRA Case 1: Transnational Mobility of Learners A VET car mechatronic student/ apprentice enrolled into a related formal VET programme in the country of origin wants to go on a VET mobility programme for 2-4 weeks to the hosting country. There is already a hosting placement (school and/or work) available in the hosting country. Adjustments to this placement can easily be done, if necessary to fulfil possible requirements. Organisational aspects such as travel, accommodation and financing are taken care of. ●variation (1.1): A Turkish IVET student going abroad to Germany within his/her IVET ●variation (1.2): A Germany IVET student going abroad to Italy within his/her IVET ●variation (1.3): An Italian IVET student going abroad to Turkey within his/her IVET The MASECVET Case Study Results
Seite 6 © 2011 DEKRA Results: Learner mobility ●All three countries VET systems support transnational mobility by recognising learning time abroad without the need for compensating learning time. ●MASECVET tools can help to facilitate cooperation and communication across systems and borders. ●A European network would be beneficial in order to facilitate quality assurance within transnational mobility with MASECVET tools. ●Group vs. individual mobilities ●Short-term vs. long-term mobilities ●Recognition of learning outcomes acquired abroad seems to be challenging while the recognition of learning time is possible The MASECVET Case Study Results European Conclusion: ●The MASECVET tools can serve as facilitators within transnational mobility primarily the „annex tools“. ●The use of the MASECVET tools could be further supported by a European network on mobility within automotive. ●A formal endorsement of the MoMT by authorities is not necessary. European Conclusion: ●The MASECVET tools can serve as facilitators within transnational mobility primarily the „annex tools“. ●The use of the MASECVET tools could be further supported by a European network on mobility within automotive. ●A formal endorsement of the MoMT by authorities is not necessary.
Seite 7 © 2011 DEKRA Case 2: Transnational Mobility of Workers A worker holding a certificate in the field of car mechatronic service coming from the country of origin relocates to the country of destination. He/ She has the necessary language knowledge in order to work in the country of destination but experiences problems to get a job that corresponds to his/her qualification because his/her foreign certificate is not known in the country of destination. He/She does not have enough work experience in order to compensate this missing information during his/her job search. All further organisational aspects of the relocation are taken care of. ●variation (2.1): A German worker relocating to work in Turkey ●variation (2.2): A Turkish worker relocating to work in Italy ●variation (2.3): An Italian worker relocating to work in Germany The MASECVET Case Study Results
Seite 8 © 2011 DEKRA Results: Worker mobility ●All three countries have concrete measures in place in order to allow for the recognition of foreign qualifications. ●MASECVET tools (especially the CPC and the organisational VQTS matrixes) can provide a major added value for the recognition of foreign qualifications by strongly enhancing transparency and comparability and allowing the worker to make his/her qualification transparent also in other contexts ●MASECVET tools address challenges identified in the German system but also possible in the other systems: _research of reliable information about foreign qualifications _filling of possible qualification gaps to receive national certificate _transparency of the process The MASECVET Case Study Results European Conclusion: ● A formal endoresement of the MASECVET tools (especially CPC and related VQTS matrix) is necessary in order to make use of the tools‘ potential to support these processes across borders. European Conclusion: ● A formal endoresement of the MASECVET tools (especially CPC and related VQTS matrix) is necessary in order to make use of the tools‘ potential to support these processes across borders.
Case 3: Recognition of non-/informal learning A worker used to work many years already in his/her uncles garage partially full- and partially part-time. He handled most kinds of services and repairs alongside his/her uncle and his employees. However, he/she never attended formal training in this field of work but holds a vocational certificate/ qualification in a related field of work. Now, he/ she wants to receive recognition of his/her abilities in the field of car mechatronics at the appropriate qualification level in order to enter into further career steps in this field of work. ●variation (3.1): Country case study for Turkey ●variation (3.2): Country case study for Germany ●variation (3.3): Country case study for Italy Seite 9 © 2011 DEKRA The MASECVET Case Study Results
Seite 10 © 2011 DEKRA Results: Recognition of non-/informal learning ●Measures for recognition of non- and informal learning are in place in all three countries. ●Similiar benefits can be expected from the application of MASECVET tools (especially CPC and VQTS matrix approach) as within mobility of workers. However, especially in Germany mechanisms are different and require a different application approach. ●Major benefits are: _ability to display individual competence profiles _identification of competence gaps and closing of these with individual yet standardised training elements _transparency of processes The MASECVET Case Study Results European Conclusion: ●No common conclusions are possible due to the differences in the systems. ●However, all systems seem to be able to profit from the procedures described in the RPL toolbox and the related MASECVET tools. European Conclusion: ●No common conclusions are possible due to the differences in the systems. ●However, all systems seem to be able to profit from the procedures described in the RPL toolbox and the related MASECVET tools.
Seite 11 © 2011 DEKRA Conclusions ●The MASECVET tools can be considered as highly valuable instruments for the improvement of all investigated ECVET application contexts. This applies especially to the VQTS matrix expressed in EQF descriptors and to the other tools related to the MASECVET toolboxes. ●The level of necessary formal recognition/ endorsement of the MASECVET tools in order to make use of their potential differs strongly from the already existing structures and the application context. ● The application of the “Memorandum of Mutual Trust” as a framework tool covering a number of ECVET application and national contexts at once appears to be rather challenging. The MASECVET Case Study Results
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