Project Number D/02/B/F/PP-112 607
Project Type Pilot Project, project with multiplying effect (2000-2006)
Marketing Text TransPIB built up the basis of a European core curriculum “mechanics” in vocational training. Starting point has been the different national curric...
TransPIB built up the basis of a European core curriculum “mechanics” in vocational training. Starting point has been the different national curricula of each vocational training of the project-partners countries. Three European regions were considered. 1. DE, F, L; 2. DE, CZ, PL; 3. BG, RO.
In a first step the national education-systems were demonstrated and compared as well as correspond vocational trainings identified. A frame. which had been by the partners, includes and compares the practical activities of all national vocational trainings and evaluates the level of competence. For it, the national curricula had been analysed and linked with the framework. In a second step different fields of activities have been developed, which support the descriptions and illustrations of the comparison between the countries and the development of the European core curriculum. In this way on one hand the transparency between the different national vocational qualifications could have been assured and on the other hand the specific national character of the different qualifications remained untouched. The target was to offer young trainees in the European regions the opportunity to pass the corresponding additional qualification of the neighbour country. In this way young professions can be enabled to work even across the border in the neighbour country. The mobility within the culturally and economically growing European regions will be increased.
Therefore additional learning modules will be developed, which are going to strengthen the competencies of young professions in language and intercultural matters, so that they can be enabled to act on an European working market.
Recognition, transparency, certification
Sectors Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities
The developed comparison framework and the curriculum cut to it were recommended by experts of the vocational training from Deuschland, France, Poland, Tschechien, Bulgaria and Romania in the context of the Europe Workshops in October 2005 in the European academy in Otzenhausen for acknowledgment.
All Products have been tested and evaluated within the best practice study of TransPIB realisation.
RAG BILDUNG Saar GmbH
Greta Sarreguemines, France
afpa Metz, France
The conversion of the concept is documented in the context of a manual particularly. All data for this are under http://www.transpib.de.