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UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI BERGAMO. DoQuP Training Seminar Alicante, April 24th 2013 Educational needs and professional profiles: first dialogues and beyond. Piera Molinelli – Vice-Chancellor for Career Counselling University of Bergamo. Needs of the Labour Market.

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Piera molinelli vice chancellor for career counselling university of bergamo

  • UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI BERGAMO

DoQuP Training Seminar

Alicante, April 24th 2013

Educational needs and professional profiles:

first dialogues and beyond

Piera Molinelli – Vice-Chancellor for Career Counselling

University of Bergamo


Piera molinelli vice chancellor for career counselling university of bergamo

Needs of the Labour Market

  • Fourkeysfor understanding the structure of Labour Market in Italy:

  • Dimension, localisation, degree of innovation and internationalisation of enterprises

  • Analysis of presentneeds of workers(e.g. Excelsioranalysis, by Chamber of Commerce)

  • Labour market legislation(special contracts for young or graduatedpeople)

  • Forecastinganalysis of the development of the needs of the Labour Market (Europe 2020)


Piera molinelli vice chancellor for career counselling university of bergamo

A first attempt

  • Universityreforms:

  • 1999: Ministerialdecree 509

  • More attentionto coursesand to teachingtasks

  • - Duty of consultthe stakeholdersof the labourmarkets

  • 2004: Ministerialdecree 270

  • More attentionto learningoutcomes

  • Educational needs are to be related to job profiles

  • An example: a Master’sDegree (509) (270)


The needs of today the needs of tomorrow

The needs of today – the needs of tomorrow

  • Twoavailablepointsof view:

  • Focus on recruitment (Companies p.o.v.)

    • Or

  • Focus on occupability (Graduatesp.o.v.)


  • Focus on recruitment

    Focus on recruitment

    • The aim of answering to the present needs of enterprises is focused on recruiting activities.

    • This must be:

    • fast (to reduce to minimum the matching time)

    • structured (to list the precise learning outcomes matching with job profiles/knowledge and skills)

    • customized on the company

    • Problems:

    • are companies able to predict structured competences on a long term?

    • is the time of learning aspecific role coherent with the need of companies?


    Focus on placement

    Focus on placement

    • The aim of answering to the future needs of enterprises is focused on placement activities.

    • This must be:

    • deep (focused on abilities, more than on knowledge and skills)

    • free (explorations of motivation/entrepreneurial attitude)

    • customized on the person basis


    A win win way placement service

    A win-win way: placement service

    • Placementas a translatorbetweentwocustomerswhichspeakdifferentlanguages:

    • The keywords are:

    • job profile(an example)

    • building competencesduringinternship(bothcurricularand post-degree)

    Placement

    Faculties

    Companies


    A win win way unibg

    A win-win way: UniBG

    • The University of Bergamo developed a continuous dialogue with thelabourmarket, including companies and organization, with three main aims:

    • to promote high quality internships

    • to design specific project works on weak candidates

    • to spread “apprendistato” (training contract)


    A win win way project work

    A win-win way: project work

    • Project work for specific target

    • Fixo II Planning and management of tourismsystems: 11 projectscustomized on 11 different companies needs

    • 9 out of 11 got a contractafter the PWs


    A win win way apprendistato contract

    A win-win way: “apprendistato” contract

    •  Itisa training contract:

    • The last year of the master degreeisdesignedwith the cooperation of the universityand thecompanies involved

    •  Customization on

      • the contents of the courses

      • the way of learning (laboratories, projects, fad)

    • By April 2013, 14 apprendistato contractssigned for PhDstudents and 1 for a master degreestudent (Management Engineering)


    Piera molinelli vice chancellor for career counselling university of bergamo

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