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Education International Vocational Education and Training Round Table Budapest, 21-22 October The OECD work on VET Bernard Hugonnier Directorate for Education. Outline. Systemic innovation in VET Thematic review on VET. I. Systemic Innovation in Vocational Education and Training.
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Education InternationalVocational Education and Training Round TableBudapest, 21-22 OctoberThe OECD work on VETBernard HugonnierDirectorate for Education
“The implementation of a new or significantly improved product (good or service), or process, a new marketing method, or a new organisational method in business practices, workplace organisation or external relations” (Oslo Manual, OECD/Eurostat)
Part One: Analytical framework
Part Two: Empirical and comparative work
Part Three: Recommendations
Identification of needs
Evaluation & Monitoring
Development of innovation
= impacts or consequences of the innovation
Is there an ‘implementation gap’?
Growth of patent applications: Worldwide new education technologies (1990-2006)
1. Develop a systemic approach to innovation in VET
2. Promote a continuous and evidence-informed dialogue about innovation with the stakeholders
3. Build a well-organised, formalised, easy to access and updated knowledge base about VET
4. Supplement investments in VET innovations
5. Support relevant research on VET according to national priorities
OECD Review of Vocational Education and Training (VET)
Vocational education and training as a share of the upper secondary sector, 2006
Source: OECD (2008), Education at a Glance 2008, Indicators, Table C1.1, OECD, Paris
(England and Wales)
(South Carolina, Texas)
The OECD International Survey of VET Systems
Social partner influence on upper secondary VET: - 0%; ■ 1-25%; ■■ 26-50%; ■■■ 51-75%; ■■■■ 76-100%
Source : Kuczera, M. (forthcoming), The OECD International Survey of VET Systems, OECD, Paris
What should students learn?
How many students per programme?
How to prepare VET instructors?
Advantages of workplace training
Economic development and apprenticeship enrolment rates among 16 year olds in Switzerland
Average GDP growth, current and previous year
Share of apprentices among 16-year olds
Source : Schweri und Müller (2008), Die Ausbildungsbereitschaft der Betriebe. Entwicklungen 1999
bis 2005, Bundesamt für Statistik, Neuenburg