Title CEMES Partnership
Project Number 2009-1-DE2-LEO04-01691 1
Project Type Partnerships
Marketing Text The project partners find transfer possibilitites for the CEMES competence assessment process in their countries. The online-based software for competence assessment will be prepared for a use in the partner countries. The tests that have been developed so far – for the areas of SME manager, office clerk, mechantronic and electronic technician – are extended to other areas of application.
Summary The CEMES competence recognition process and the certification process have been developed in two Leonardo da Vinci pilot projects. The ESO-CSA project was awarded with the Helsinki-Award 2006 and the ESO-CRS project is ongoing. The development work was characterised by working closely with companies especially SME’s in several European countries. Therefore methods and tools have been developed for competence recognition which has been consequently orientated to business requirements. This development should proceed in the future. The aim consists of preparation and implementation of a comprehensive competence recognition platform which is capable of indicating the competencies of the important areas in European countries. This means that a service can be offered that can lead to an efficient qualification in business and society. This also means that resources can be used more efficiently in partner countries of this project. Particularly the consequent OUTCOME orientation which the proof of the actual competencies focuses on also offers recognition of non-formal and informal learning performance. This fully represents the actual trend at the moment concerning lifelong learning.
Recognition, transparency, certification
Result 1 is to be able to test the possibility of the use of the developed process competence recognition in partners country and especially to organise its use through the existing partner networks
Result 2 is the creation of the requirements for the use of an internet-based platform for the certification process in the partner countries in the corresponding languages