Title THE EQF AS A FRAMEWORK LINKING THE DIFFERENT QUALIFICATIONS SYSTEMS OF PRODUCTION MANAGERS TOGETHER
Project Number 2009-1-PL1-LEO05-05049
Product A study report
Title A study report
Product Type others
Marketing Text A report which comprises the results of comparative survey regarding professional tasks of a production processes organizer in four European Union states: Poland, Bulgaria, Greece and Slovakia. The objective of the survey was to obtain opinions of entrepreneurs and their employees from these states on professional tasks of a production processes organizer, to define the most adequate description of professional tasks, that are connected with organization of production processes in companies.
Efficient organization of production processes has a direct impact on company profit. However, employers complain about shortage of well educated specialists in this field. In their opinion secondary school leavers and higher education institutions’ graduates lack for knowledge and skills necessary on the contemporary labour market. Additionally, many production companies are small and medium enterprises functioning outside big cities and they cannot afford employing engineers or people with extensive experience. Employing
workers of lower level of education, not very experienced and training them fast and effectively in order to fill in the gaps in their knowledge and skills would be a very good solution for many employers. Anyhow, it would require flexible, adjusted to actual needs curricula in the area of production process organization.
• people responsible for designing/ planning curricula and directions of education;
• people in charge of creating and executing HR policy in a production company;
• school principals or managers of vocational education centre;
• representatives of training companies;
• vocational counsellors
Result A downloadable pdf file.
Area of application Formal and non-formal education (defining of training programmes and curricula). Enterprises (identifying of educational gaps, planing of training paths).