Conference documents


Thursday, 26 November 2015
Keynote speech: How globalisation is changing VET: Patrice Guézou, Chamber of Commerce and Industry France
Digital transformation: work and operations reinvented: Piotr Pluta, Corporate Affairs EMEAR, CISCO
International harmonization of qualifications in the welding sector: Luisa Coutinho, European Welding Federation
SCQF: sectoral, credible, quality, flexible: Pauline Sutton, Scottish credit and qualifications framework partnership
Friday, 27 November 2015
Globalisation of TVET: public good, private good and common good a complex equation: Borhene Chakroun, Unesco
Innovative approaches to engaging in skills: Australia’s experience: Melissa McEwen, Australian Government, Department of Education and Training
NZQA’s work – Helping New Zealanders qualify for the future world: Jane von Dadelszen, New Zealand Qualifications Authority
The reform of the Indian VET system from the point of view of internationalisation: Gerald Thiel, Asian Development Bank
Workshop 1 - Globalisation: changing what we learn
Workshop Outcomes
European Quality of Social Services: Michael Crowley, EQUASS Brussels
Common EU reference framework for border guard training and qualifications: Anemona Peres, Frontex
Speaking a common European asylum language using the EASO training curriculum: Ann-Sofie Galjaard, EASO
Is your banker qualified? The Triple E standard: Mariola Szymańska-Koszczyc, European Banking & Financial Services Training Association
Workshop 2 - International qualifications: enabling employability
Workshop Outcomes
International qualifications in Latvia: characteristics, role and perception: Baiba Ramina, Academic Information Centre, Latvia
Lessons learned from international qualifications at grass roots level: Margarida Segard, ISQ-Group Portugal
International qualifications their value in the labour market: Brigitte Bouquet, CNCP France
Workshop 3 - Cooperation between national and international, sectoral levels: mutual benefits and wider employability
Workshop Outcomes
Sport qualifications in Europe: managing the expectations of national qualifications frameworks and international federations: Ben Gittus, European Observatoire of Sport and Employment
Towards a new match between the labour market and education: Regina Kleingeld, NCP NLQF, Dutch partnership for lifelong learning
Girona’s factory a VET example in Nestlé youth employment initiative: Alberto Vega, Nestlé España, S.A.