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Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20101 Alternating training in Italy Dott. Ruggiero Francavilla Dirigente Ufficio III – USR Puglia
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20102 LAWS Legge 28 marzo 2003, n.53 (art. 4) Decreto legislativo 15 aprile 2005, n.77 Accordo - quadro regionale 9 luglio 2003 (Regione Puglia, USR Puglia, Confindustria, Unioncamere, Spegea)
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20103 Objectives of alternating training To allow all students to complete their education between 15 and 18 years of age, by means of alternating school and job training periods, on the basis of formal agreements with businesses,artisans,public and private services which are available to host students for qualifying periods.
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20104 What alternating training is NOT Its NOT a stage, that is a verification field of what has been learned at school; Here the job experience is substitutive not additional to the normal traditional school curriculum;
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20105 What alternating training is NOT It is NOT an apprenticesip, since students keep their students status being under the formal responsability of the school
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20106 What alternating training is NOT It is NOT a third way to education,in addition to the grammar schools and vocational school system It is NOT a specific educational procedure, aimed to weaker subjects in education
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20107 What is alternating training It is an educational course aimed to the acquistion of competences spendable on the job market.
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20108 What is alternating training It is an innovative educational methodology which tries to get through the traditional separating line between the educational act and the application one, following the learning by doing theory It is an educational methodology which values the formative aspect of practice focusing on skills rather than on professional aspects
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 20109 What is alternating training It is an educational course which has an orientation function, whose aim is to transmitt young generations the right value of work, meant as irreplaceable element of freedom and social and moral redemption of individuals. It is an educational course which tries to transform knowledge into competence
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 201010 LINK SCHOOLS- JOB Advantages for institutions: a) Cross over the schools self-referential attitude b) To enhance competences c) To facilitate orientation and profesional integration d)To contribute to the economic and moral development of the Country e) To facilitate continous teachers in-service training f) To develop teaching contents and school organization
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 201011 LINK SCHOOLS- JOB Advantages for firms: a) To spread the value of entrepreneurship b) To become active subject of the training process
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 201012 LINK SCHOOL-JOB Advantages for youth and families: a) Full realization of the individual life project b) Exploitation of skills and potentalities unexploited at school d) Verification of training and profesional attitudes e) Direct opportunities of job resources
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 201014 Vocational training has always been on the forefront in linking school and job market. To be remembered, the introduction of the professional area, since 1994, which sees the compulsory in-training for 120 hours in the last two school years.
Castellana Grotte 12 aprile 201015 Last but not least, the new reorganization of vocational schools of 15°th March 2010, states that these schools paths must be developed through active methodologies such as laboratorial teaching and alternating training.