Presentation on theme: "Your name NETWORKING, COLLABORATION AND MENTOR SUPPORT HANA ČIHÁKOVÁ."— Presentation transcript:
your name NETWORKING, COLLABORATION AND MENTOR SUPPORT HANA ČIHÁKOVÁ
your name INTEGRATION OF THE CR INTO THE ARISING EUROPEAN AREA OF LLL 1.Based on Act No 561/2004 Coll., School Act: a certificate of single examination as a part of the respective final examination 2. Based on the Act No 179/2006 Coll., on the Recognition of Further Education Results A) creation of the national qualifications framework B) creation of the system of identification and validation of prior learning 3. Strategy of Lifelong Learning (2006/2007) and Implementation plan for the Strategy of LLL (01/2009)
your name SCHOOLS AS LLL CENTRES – UNIV PROJECTS LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE INITIAL EDUCATION FURTHER EDUCATION RPL
your name UNIV PROJECTS GOALS GOAL: To transform secondary vocational schools to the LLL centres step by stepTo transform secondary vocational schools to the LLL centres step by step To prepare pedagogical staff to develop modular further educational programmesTo prepare pedagogical staff to develop modular further educational programmes Recognition and validation of the prior learningRecognition and validation of the prior learningGOAL: To set up systematically and in cooperation with regional governments, NGOs, labour offices regional LLL networksTo set up systematically and in cooperation with regional governments, NGOs, labour offices regional LLL networks
your name UNIV– 325 SCHOOLS PLK25 KVK12 UK23 SCK33 LBK14 JCK25 KHK22 JMK33 KVYS23 PK23 OLK26 MSK36 ZK25
your name WHY SCHOOLS ? Schools have available capacities since numbers of their students decrease due to the demographic decline in the corresponding age groups Schools are well-equipped both with staff and facilities Schools can (for adults): provide further education; provide further education; implement RPL; implement RPL; award complete award completequalification provide carrier guidance. provide carrier guidance.
your name INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE PROJECT MŠMTPROJECTMANAGEMENT + REPRESENTANTIVES OF THE SOCIAL PARTNERS MANAGEMENT IN REGIONS 13 MANAGERS + 13 OFFICES 13 REPRESENTATIVES FROM REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS 325 SCHOOL TEAMS
your name 325 SCHOOL PROJECT TEAMS HEADMASTER MANAGER FOR LLL CAREER ADVISOR PEDAGOGICAL STAFF
your name COOPERATION OF SCHOOLS WITH EMPLOYERS
your name Workshops Training for teaching staff of upper secondary schools roles of: ➪ assessors by partial qualifications ➪ design of concrete assignment, assessment form, etc. ➪ preparation of modular programmes of further education ➪ guides ➪ work with candidates ➪ trainers of adults
your name Candidate acquires KSC within the prior learning He/she needs the certificate of PQ The place where it is possible to acquire the certificate (UNIV) Guidance He/she decides to join the RPL or education process
your name ADVISER – guides the candidate through the whole RPL process AUTHORISED PERSON (ASSESSOR) –verification of all competences according to the assessment standard ADVISER motivates the candidate and advises him/her what the subsequent education should be - for obtaining the desired partial qualification (PQ) - for obtaining other related PQs – eventually the corresponding CQ -ONLY SCHOOLS CAN AWARD COMPLETE Q !!!
your name 975 EDUCATION PROGRAMMES FOR ADULTS ✔ gastronomy ✔ agriculture ✔ building industry ✔ electroengineering ✔ grocery ✔ engineering ✔ wood working ✔ bussiness ✔ clothing industry ✔ mining, metallurgy, foundry industry ✔ personal and trading services
your name PROJECT OUTCOMES Implementation of the F@do methodology on the individual level 13 regional collaborating networks 3 250 adult participants of the programmes 3 250 VET teachers educated at the trainers competencies (adult education) 650 trained career advisors
your name UNIV 3 Intraductory diagnosticsIntraductory diagnostics Tailor made career programmesTailor made career programmes Tailor made educational programmesTailor made educational programmes Validation of the competenciesValidation of the competencies CertificationCertification Awarding of the qualificationAwarding of the qualification
your name CRITICAL POINTS It is difficult to get people to enroll in further education in the ČR. In general, no stress is laid by employers on their employees' further/continuing education. Most people feel sufficiently educated for what is required of them in their actual employment. Qualified workers are more expensive for employers than unqualified ones.
your name CRITICAL POINTS Pedagogical workers are not prepared for adult education within their pregradual studies, some apply approaches suitable but for initial E&T. Schools respond too late and slackly on further education and retraining requirements of employers and labour offices.
your name CRITICAL POINTS Schools are not accustomed to bussines style and atmosphere since they are funded and directed by country's government. The career guidance system for adults is not sufficiently elaborated, sometimes adults do not dispose of the relevant information on career and further education opportunities because of lacking access to it.
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