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Fostering strategic leaderships and networks 4th International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy. Helmut Zelloth, ETF 23 October 2007, Aviemore / Scotland. What is the ETF ? Agency of the European Union Assisting EU neighbouring countries in reforming

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Fostering strategic leaderships and networks4th International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy

Helmut Zelloth, ETF

23 October 2007, Aviemore / Scotland

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What is the ETF ?

  • Agency of the European Union
  • Assisting EU neighbouring countries in reforming
  • education, training and labour market systems
  • through
  • - dissemination of EU policies and good practices
  • - policy advice / learning and capacity building
  • - information and analysis
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ETF’s partner countries

European Union candidate countries:

Croatia, Macedonia, Turkey

South Eastern Europe: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo

Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan

EU Member States

Mediterranean region: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, West Bank and Gaza Strip

etf and career guidance

ETF and Career Guidance

5 years ago:

career guidance was not yet on institutional agenda

2002 – 2007:

more than 30 countries have been covered by career

guidance policy reviews through the ETF

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STRATEGIC

LEADERSHIP

strategic leadership examples
STRATEGIC LEADERSHIPExamples…
  • UKRAINE

Special Edict on Guidance/2007 – issued by Vice-Prime Minister

- Leadership by Public Employment Services

Context: lack of skilled/manual workers in almost all sectors

  • MONTENEGRO

CIPS – Centres for Career Information and Counselling

  • Leadership by public employment services + dedicated practitioners

Context: skills mismatch on labour market

  • GEORGIA

Career Counselors in all VET Centres (2007)

- Leadership by NGOs (HRD) + Ministry of Education (VET sector)

strategic leadership examples1
STRATEGIC LEADERSHIPExamples…
  • MACEDONIA (former Yugoslav Republic)

Career Centres in all VET schools

  • Leadership by donor (USAID) + VET school students organisation / dedicated teachers)
  • TURKEY

National Protocol on Guidance

- Leadership by academic experts + donor (World Bank) + Ministry of Education

the example
The example…
  • Regional Network of Policy Makers in career guidance in the Mediterranean region

- covering 10 countries/territories

- established by ETF in July 2006

- as part of a wider Regional Project of the European Commission for the Mediterranean region (‘MEDA ETE – Education and Training for Employment’)

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Partner countries / territories

  • Algeria
  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Morocco
  • Syria
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey
  • West Bank / Gaza strip
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OBJECTIVES…

  • To support the Mediterranean Partners
  • in the design of relevant TVET policies that can contribute to promote employment through a regional approach
  • to further develop policies and practices for career information, guidance and counselling through
  • - regional comparative analysis
  • - regional co-operation and capacity building
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Interlinked Activities

NETWORKING

Policy makers

  • JOINT WORKSHOP with experts + Country Mini-Action Plans
  • STUDY VISIT + policy/practice lessons learned

ANALYSIS

Experts level

  • Country reports (and Field visits)
  • JOINT WORKSHOP with policy makers
  • STUDY VISIT (some experts)
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Interlinked Activities

NETWORKING

Policy makers

  • DEBRIEFING with stakeholders in the country
  • VIRTUAL COMMUNITY (Discussion Forum)
  • Annual CONFERENCE

(Forum)

ANALYSIS

Experts level

  • CROSS-COUNTRY Report
  • VIRTUAL COMMUNITY

(Discussion Forum)

  • ANNUAL CONFERENCE (Forum)
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REGIONAL NETWORKScan be very powerful

Connecting policy makers

(also from same country)

Added value

Stimulus + catalyst

for policy/practice development

at national level

‘healthy competition’

(benchmarking)

+ piece of wider

puzzle

Strengthening of

(individual + institutional)

networking capacities

+ leadership

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IMPACT + SPIN-OFFs

  • EGYPT
  • High commitment to strategy development
  • National Task Force established
  • Project proposal for donor funding
  • TURKEY

Annual follow-up conferences

Revival of National Guidance Protocol

Country report translated / widely used

  • JORDAN

Clearer vision + Pilot Centre in high school

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IMPACT + SPIN-OFFs

  • MOROCCO

National policy workshop

  • SYRIA

Pilot Career Information and Guidance Centre

  • WEST BANK/GAZA STRIP

Joint initiative of MoEHE+MoL for National Centre for Vocational Guidance/Counselling

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How to use the

analytical work

systematically

To link with other

strategic developments

(TVET strategy, NQF,

apprenticeship , Observatories)

To keep the dynamic

and momentum

(bi-annual

reporting, annual conference,

refocus Virtual Community)

To link with other

networks

(EU Policy Network for Lifelong

Guidance, ICCDPP, IAEVG etc)

To attract donor funding

+ be culturally sensitive

+ enable ‘home-grown’

development

CHALLENGES AHEAD

Challenges