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The Mexican Competency Standards Model. July, 2003. Mexican labor situation before NAFTA. OFFER BASED ECONOMY. ARTIFICIAL STABILITY IN LABOR MARKET. POOR CORDINATION BETWEEN WORKING CENTERS AND EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY. Human talent managment by a competency model. DEMAND

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Mexican labor situation before NAFTA

OFFER

BASED

ECONOMY

ARTIFICIAL

STABILITY IN

LABOR MARKET

POOR CORDINATION

BETWEEN WORKING

CENTERS AND

EDUCATIONAL

SUPPLY

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Human talent managment by

a competency model

DEMAND

BASED

ECONOMY

CHANGE IN WORKFORCE REQUIRED ABILITIES

KNOWLEDGE BASED

ECONOMY

INFORMATION AND COMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

COMPETENCY

STANDARDS

MODEL

NEW

HUMAN

ABILITIES

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Technical Education and Training

Modernization Project (PMETYC)

The PMETyC started its formal operation in September

1995, operated by the Public Education ministry and

Work and Social Welfare Ministry

GOAL

To supply enterprises with relevant and high quality educational services according to their requirements

of productivity and competitiveness, by:

  • Developing linkages between work supply and demand
  • Supporting standards based training and certification for
  • unemployed people and active workers
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PMETYC

COMPONENT

S

«A» (CONOCER)

Normalization and Certificación Systems

«B» Education Secretary and Training Providers

Curricula Transformation and Update

«C» Labor Secretary (STPS)

Support to Private Sector Use of

Competency Standards in Training Programs

Information Systens, Evaluation and Research

«D» (CONOCER, SEP, STPS)

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PMETYC´s financial schema

  • 200 million USD World Bank´s loan
  • 3 million USD grant from the Interamerican
  • Development Bank for CONOCER Pilot Projects
  • Resources from Mexican Federal Government
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PMETYC´s strategy

Period

Phases

Instrumentation of Labor Standards National

System (SNCCL) and development of

experimental institutional cases

1995-1997

Expansion of the SNCCL and transformation of

educational offer based on market requirements

1998-2000

Adoption of competency model by educational

and training systems and work organizations

2001-2002

2003-2010

Consolidation of SNCCL

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Council for Standardization and Certification of Labor Competency (CONOCER)

CONOCER was formally constituted in August the 2nd, 1995

Main responsibilities

  • To promote development of Labor Competency
  • Technical Standards (NTCL), integrated in an unique
  • nation wide system
  • To set assessment and awarding mechanisms
  • based on NTCL for recognizing people´s working
  • capability regardless the means by which they
  • were acquired
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Instrumentation

By July 2003, the Council has:

  • Developed 601 Labor Competency Technical Standards (NTCL)
  • Awarded 195,844 Labor Competency Certificates
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Expansion

In order to ensure adoption of the Competency Based Model, the Council has established an Enterprise and Institution Projects Program. The most successful cases are:

  • Bimbo (One of the most important baking companies
  • in the world)
  • Palacio de Hierro (One of the biggest departmental
  • stores in Mexico)
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Adoption

The Competency Based Model demand have been

incremented considerably in private enterprises,

public organizations and foreign governments

such as:

Guatemala

Panama

Peru

El Salvador

Costa Rica

Honduras

Uruguay

Brazil

Colombia

Dominican Republic

Chile

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Consolidation

From 1997-2003, the Council has achieved the following

results:

  • Decreasing costs of standardization process from USD 6,815.28
  • to USD 1,581.73* (Average cost of producing one standard)
  • Increasing number of Awarding Bodies from 7 to 32
  • Increasing number of Evaluation Centers from 167 to 1313

* It was considered the exchange rate correspondent to 1997and 2003

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Competency

  • Person´s capability to perform a same productive function in different work contexts
  • It allows to generate results with the quality expected by the productive sector
  • It reflects knowledge, abilities, skills and attitudes
  • It is observable, measurable, valuable, and eventually certifiable
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Three types of competencies

CONEVYT

SEP

Basic Competencies:

Reading, Writing,

Mathmatics

Key Competencies:

Civic, family, personals, intercultural, etc.

Effective Personal

Employability

STPS

CONOCER

Labor competencies:

NTCL, Enterprise References, Association Standards

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DETERMINATED

PLACE AND TIME

KEY, BASIC AND WORK COMPETENCIES

LABOR COMPETENCIES

(EMPLOYABILITY)

TIME

PRODUCTION PROCESS

EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROCESS

TIME

TIE

LABOR COMPETENCIES

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Labor Competency Technical Standard (NTCL)

  • It is an officially valid document
  • It defines a functional labor standard
  • It works like a referent to assess the people´s competency
  • It establishes the quality characteristics expected by the productive sector
  • It is made by experts in the question function with the CONOCER´s methodological support
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Competence Level

Competence level is an indicator directly

applied to the NTCL. It means:

The complexity of the labor activity referred by the function

The degree of autonomy of the performance

Different activities included in the NTCL

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Competencies as a link between Education and Labor Market

College

High Level Competency Areas

L5

L4

L3

L2

L1

Labor

Market

Junior College

NTCL(CONOCER)

Key Competencies

High School

Elementary School

R - W - M

Competencies

EducationSEP

WorkSTPS

SOCIETY

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Quantitative achievements

  • Increasing number of Assessment centers
  • and Awarding Bodies
  • Increasing number of awarded persons
  • Decreasing costs
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Qualitative achievements

  • Unique evaluation instrument for each NTCL
  • Distinction of different kinds of competencies
  • Linkage between standard´s levels and educational
  • divisions
  • Inversion of the relationship between the
  • educational supply and the labor market demand
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Cultural achievements

  • Insertion of Competency Model in private and
  • public organizations
  • Expansion of Mexican Model to foreign countries
  • Employers recognition
  • Workers motivation
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Future Council prospect

To become from an operative

institution to a regulatory and supporting instance

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Certificate Organization in ISO 9001-2000 by:

Council forStandardization andCertification of Labor Competency

Address:Constituyentes 810Lomas Altas

11950 Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City

Telephone: (52 55) 5261-58-00

01 800 708 2000

Internet:http://www.conocer.org.mx

e-mail:info@conocer.org.mx