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  1. ECVET TrustRendsburg, January, 2011

  2. Content Where are we now? Two examples realized (Ványai, Euro Trans Log) Further initiations (MAP: ECVET, Hansági) Obstacles Suggestions Summary

  3. Projects of Ványai Ambrus Secondary Grammar School and Secondary Technical School (Túrkeve)

  4. The most important details of the 1st project Title of the project Studying the development of vehicle frame repairing techniques in French services (2002) Partner institution Lícée Plyvalaent „Louis Davier”, France Criteria of selecting students suitability, good grades at school, personal development and professional knowledge Fields of student preparation Language, professional, psychological and cultural

  5. Important details of the 1st project (cont.) Characteristics of project-development Continuous communication among the institutions Took part in project development: the exchange students, the preparing teachers, the school management Development was coordinated by overall project management The most important results of the project Real work, real working conditions New methods, tools and technologies to get acquainted with Remarkable development of labour market chances of students

  6. ECVET credit points of the car mechanic trade

  7. The most important details of the 2nd project Title of the project Development of the European programme of alternative vehicle-technique training (1997) Partner institution Roanne, France (by the mediation of the French National Vehicle Vocational Training Association) Partner countries Germany, Spain, Italy, England, France, Hungary, Romania The essence of the alternative training (1st cycle) 1 week of theoretical and vocational training (at school) 2 weeks professional practice (at car services)

  8. Important details of the 2nd project (cont.) Characteristics of project-development Comparison of vehicle-technique services and the belonging system of tools Comparison of the levels, forms, syllabuses, and modules of vehicle-technique training Developers of project 2-2 leaders and 2-2 experts from each institution Composition of the „European class” 2-2 students from each country The most important results of the project French national state exam after 9 months (C.A.P.)

  9. Leonardo da Vinci / Euro Trans Log Field of profession Transport and logistics Partner countries FR, BE, DE, ES, UK, HU, RO, IT Developers of the project (Managing board) representatives of the sectors, companies, educational institutions, ministries of education Developed documents (2008-2010) Professional profile (definition of the right profile) Referential system of vocational moves (work description) Referential system of attestation (development of necessary competencies)

  10. Leonardo da Vinci / Euro Trans Log (cont. 1) Aims of the project acknowledgement of the trainings and competences among the partner countries supporting European mobility of students shaping an independent and acknowledged vocational profile forming a Memorandum of Understanding creating learning agreement continuous implementation the ECVET-system into practice from 2012 evaluation of the European Committee in 2014

  11. Leonardo da Vinci / Euro Trans Log (cont. 2) Practical implementation of ECVET systems descriptions of qualifications in educational results attaching ECVET points to vocations and various modules connections between training results and programmes connections between method of evaluation and vocation forming learning agreements evaluation of results and credit attachments/allocation recording the evaluated training results enforcing training results and the right credit points transporting and collecting training results

  12. Further initiatives MAP: ECVET (medical trainings, continuative educations) Partners: DMTF, Austrian Medical Association, Federation of Trade Unions, Austrian Institute for Research on Vocational Training , Training Center West, Schaffler Publishing, Federal Ministry of Health, Siksali Development Centre (Estonia), Medical Training and Continuative Educational Institution (Hungary), Ancona University Hospital, King William I College, Soros Educational Center Foundation (Romania), Auxilium Further details unknown Further programmes unknown Project of the Hansági Ferenc Catering and Tourism Secondary Technical School (example 1)

  13. Project of the Hansági Ferenc Catering and Tourism Secondary Technical School

  14. Other characteristics of Hanság project • Wide range of publicity • Selection from several students • Preliminary preparation of travellers • Duration: 1 month • Field: foreign language, professional language • Psychological and cultural preparation • Possibility of linking the credits achieved

  15. Obstacles • Foreign language preparation is more difficult at vocational schools than in training adults • The effectiveness of vocational exchange practices and language development is very high, but embedding these practices into the local educational system is missing. • In the future, this gap can be filled with the acknowledgement, validation and adaptation of these mobilities, concerning ECVET.

  16. Suggestions • The already existing vocational system should not be dropped out, it has to be formed into an „ECVET-friendly”, comprehensive and permeable one • The would-be users of ECVET should be given the opportunity to be called • The ECVET should not be the aim, but a possible tool of professional development.

  17. Summary • There are some realized examples • There are possibilities in the cooperation • There are obstacles in our own area There is a chance for introducing ECVET

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