Title HansaECVET - tester ECVET en pratique dans la région de la mer Baltique
Project Number 2013-1-SE1-LEO05-15272
Project Type Projets de transfert d'innovation
HansaECVET est le 5ème projet dans un ensemble d'initiatives qui contribuent, de différentes façons et dans différentes zones géographiques d'un nouveau départ pour une coopération plus étroite au sein de la région de la mer Baltique (BSR), tant pour les fournisseurs d'EFP et les entreprises. Dans les projets précédents de nouvelles méthodes ont été développés, où les prestataires d'EFP;
- Mise à niveau de leur capacité à trouver des endroits sur le lieu de travail à l'étranger et
- Renforcer la fonction qui prend en charge les élèves et les mentors dans les sociétés d'accueil.
Les méthodes sont nommées "HansaVET modèle de voyager compagnon». La prochaine étape était de mettre le modèle dans un cadre, HansaECVET et dans un réseau pour le développement d'un marché commun pour l'EFP dans le BSR soutenir la stratégie de l'UE pour la BSR. ECVET sera testé dans la pratique dans un modèle de test avec 16 prestataires d'EFP et 16 hôtes-entreprises des huit Etats membres de BSR.
The global economy is a reality. The educational systems need to prepare our children for the global economy, for a life where international relations, professional as well as private are more a rule rather then an exception.
Graduates from VET educations are no exceptions. They need to be prepared for an international labour market as well as for own business activities yet with partners abroad. VET providers in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) supply graduates predominantly for local or at maximum, national market. The demand and supply is balanced to varying degree, and the degree of coordination of demand-supply between the schools and the business communities differ, too.
It is through on-the-job training components that the VET students get access to businesses. An on-the-job practice that is limited in scope, e.g. apprenticeship in carpentry, is an invaluable resource for making a good carpenter (good vocational effect). However, the limited scope does not allow the apprentice to acquire or train the skills that could widen his horizons and make him see new opportunities to gear up his vocation, e.g. through an own start-up or to go abroad for job. Delimiting on-the-job practice to only vocational components leads to that the student remains “local” in his mindset which makes his participation in the common market next to impossible (insufficient developmental and market effects).
HansaECVET contributed to the market integration in the BSR. Through vocational and business mobility, VET students equipped with relevant knowledge and skills, accessed a much wider range of working places. This led to deeper value chain integration and people-to-people contacts.
Being a source of vocational education, VET providers are becoming increasingly important in assisting the students in accessing the widening marketplace. By doing so they also strengthen connections between VET and business communities, which is an espoused aim in every country of the region.
HansaECVET was the 5th in a group of projects contributing, in different ways and in different geographical areas to a new start for a closer cooperation within BSR, for both VET providers and companies. In this project ECVET has been tested in practice in a test model with 16 VET providers and 16 host-companies from the 8 EU countries in BSR. The test model was built on results from 3 INTERREG projects and 1 LdV TOI project. The partnership was covering competences in both upper secondary as well as post secondary VET. Two of the partners have been involved in the other 4 projects.
Description ECVET is tested in practice in the eight member states (MS) in the Baltic Sea Region, the first macro-region within the EU (EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region). The selected 16 VET providers, representing different professions were matched in pairs with VET providers offering similar professions in another MS. The obligatory in-company training was carried out in the other country, based on ECVET principles. VET providers as well as their hosting companies participated in the HansaECVET project. In the first workshop VET providers and companies signed Memorandum of Understanding, identified units of learning outcomes and clarified validation and recognition. The workshop was followed by a seminar where the participants were trained to use the "HansaVET-model of Journeyman Travel". Afterwards the mobilities were implemented, one participant from each VET-provider. In the 2nd workshop following the finalised mobilities, VET providers and companies evaluated the mobilities and the use of ECVET. At the workshop they also planned next step, further cooperation in existing pairs or expanded to others in the group of participants. The project was finalised with a conference where the participating VET providers and companies met with some of the students as well as with policy makers for a discussion on internationalisation of VET within the BSR. The Baltic Network for Vocational Training is now the platform for further development and an integrated part of the flagship, Baltic Training Programme within the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.
Utilisation et diffusion de résultats
Marché du travail
Validation, transparence, certification
Entreprise, TPE, PME
Activités de Services Administratifs et de Soutien
Commerce; Réparation d`Automobiles et de Motocycles
Hébergement et Restauration
Autres Activités de Services
Information et Communication
Arts, Spectacles et Activités Récréatives
Méthodes de distribution
Transparence et certification