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Strengthening Institutional Framework for the Development of the VET Occupational Standards/Qualifications & Curricula. IPA Component IV - Human Resources Development - European Union Program for Croatia. Qualification Development Methodology – the French model Thierry Rosenzweig.

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qualification development methodology the french model thierry rosenzweig

Strengthening Institutional Framework for the Development of the VET Occupational Standards/Qualifications & Curricula

IPA Component IV - Human Resources Development - European Union Program for Croatia

QualificationDevelopmentMethodology – theFrench modelThierryRosenzweig

Main project partner

This project is implemented by a SQA-led consortium

Project office: Radnička 37b, 1000 Zagreb, Tel: + 385 1 62 74 681

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Drivers of French qualification system:

  • Social dialogue on VET monitored by State & Ministries
  • Balance between „skills” and „knowledges” in initial VET
  • Development of qualifications is linked to ‘NFQ’, which is similar to ‘CROQF’
  • Same Diploma/Qualification irrespective of publics (school learners, adults) or pathways (school VET, apprenticeship, further training, APEL*)
  • * Accreditation of Prior Experiences & Learning
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School VET

Technological path

Vocational path

-15-18 age group

-3 yearDiploma: level 3

-Intermediate 2 year:level 2

- One diploma: 90 Qualifications

- Schoolbasedor‘on the job’

- Focused on occupations

- Direct access to labour market

- Progress to highertechncianexceptional

-15-18 age group

-3 year Diploma (1rst year general )

- Combine« Techno & General Educ

- 7fields to cover all sectors

- Introduce to « broad sectors » 

- Progress to Higher Education

60%

Higher techncians

  • - 2 year « focused »qualifications
  • One diploma, 80 Qualifications
  • School based or Work based
  • Higher Education status
  • Delivered in « Lycées »

Further progression through adult education & VAE

key stages
Key Stages

Opportunity Phase

1

CPCs proposals

&

Advices

Occupational & Certification standards

2

3

Curricula development

Ministry & Teachers

WG

National Repertoire

Certifications

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Particular features:

  • Focus on National diplomas and on „Certification Standards” for all pathways (formal, non formal, APEL)
  • Agreements/Discussions at national level between Ministry of Education and „Branches”
  • „Branches” recently alowed to develop nationaly recognised short focused sub-sector Qualifications: the „VQCs”*
  • VET planning at regional level in partnership councils

*The” Vocational Qualification Certificates” (CQP in French)

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1985 - 2005

2006 - present

Emphasis:

Stengthen Level 2 occupational

Develop focused Level 6 (vocational one year Bachelor degree including ´on the job” training periods)

Further develop APEL*

True focus on ‘Life Long Learning’

*Accreditation of Prior Experiences & Learning

Emphasis:

  • Ensuring 80% of a class of age reach the Level 3 (general or vocational)
  • Ensuring 100% leave schools with a Qualification
  • Develop ‘Apprenticeships’ at all Levels (2 to 7)
  • Vertical progression for VET
  • Strong development of occupational Level 3 & Level 4.1 („Higher technicians”)
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The 7 French technological Baccalaureats

  • Sciences & technology in management and business administration
  • Sciences & technology for manufacturing industry
  • Sciences & technology for laboratory
  • Sciences & technology in health and social care
  • Sciences & Technology in agronomy and living environment
  • Musical and danse studies
  • Baccalaureat in Hospitality
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