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I A E V G. International Conference WS 31/New Trends Making Transition Work Peter Härtel Styrian Economic Society Bern, September 2003. Transition as a Challenge for School and Business Experiences and Perspectives. Transnational COMENIUS – Network S A B Making Transition Work.

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i a e v g

I A E V G

International Conference

WS 31/New Trends

Making Transition Work

Peter Härtel

Styrian Economic Society

Bern, September 2003

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Transition

as a

Challenge

for

School and Business

Experiences and Perspectives

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Transnational

COMENIUS – Network

S A B

Making Transition Work

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Thesis 1

Internationalization

Informationalization

Innovation

are strong challenges for schools and the working world

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Thesis 2

The process of changein the educational systemsis slower thanin the working worldand business

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Thesis 3

The risk of breaks andgaps at the interfaces between educational system and the working worldis increasing

Result: Youth unemployment

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Thesis 4

Youth employment is aneed of the labour market need of economy and welfare

but alsoa social need in general

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Thesis 5

In a world which is more international, more networked, more intercultural,career guidance is moreeffective, if it is alsomore international, more networked, more intercultural

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comenius network
COMENIUS - Network

School and Business –

Making Transition Work

approach :

  • bringing together actors of different countries
  • Collect and save the results of former and current European projects

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test the transferability ofgood practice examples inother countries
  • start new reference activitiesfor career guidancein a transnational view

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Coordinator

Partners

Members

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examples of models and projects
Examples of modelsand projects
  • Spanish subnet cooperation school – municipality
  • Polish subnet cooperation between Career Centres
  • Gender approach in Austria early guidance for girls and young women

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Information about the Danish System
  • Career guidance in Finland
  • New apprenticeships in Great Britain
  • Early education for entrepreneurship in Germany

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common guidelines for success of transition
Common Guidelines for Success of Transition
  • Early beginning
  • Continuous processes
  • Strengthen basic skills, reading, writing, speaking, calculating…
  • Personal and professional competences
  • Strengthen strengths – develop potentials

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common guidelines for success of transition1
Common Guidelines for Success of Transition
  • Stimulate interests
  • Early work experience
  • Feeling of success and self confidence
  • Team- and networking of various actors
  • Life – entrepreneurship

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invitation for membership
Invitation for membership

Offers and benefits

  • The only existing European-wide networkofSchool & Business
  • Finding new project partners
  • Experience exchange: Finding new project ideas and examples for good practice
  • All relevant information concerned with the topic at first sight

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I A E V G

International Conference

WS 31/New Trends

Making Transition Work

Peter Härtel

Styrian Economic Society

Bern, September 2003

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