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Conference documents

Presentations

Thursday, 24 SEPTEMBER 2015

PLENARY

Definition and writing of learning outcomes: issues and questions - Jens Bjornavold and Slava Pevec-Grm, Cedefop

Learning outcomes as used by three countries for three qualifications:

Estonia - Between crafts, industry and the greening economy: Plumbing - heating and cooling - Aulika Riisenberg, Foundation Innove

Poland - The case of CNC Machine Operation-Poland - Tomasz Saryusz-Wolski, Educational Research Institute

United Kingdom - At the forefront of the personal service economy: Tourism and Travel - Kate Tetley, People 1st

First working group session – three qualifications 

Working Group 1 - The case of plumbing (cooling and heating). Chair: Hanne Christensen, Cedefop

Presentation of three country approaches:

Germany - Christoph Theelen, Zentralverband Sanitär-Heizung-Klima 

Spain - Enrique López, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport

France - Brigitte Bouquet, CNCP

Background material

Annex 1 - Ireland

Annex 2 - Norway

Annex 3 - Germany

Annex 4 - Spain

Summary of discussion

Working Group 2 - The case of CNC Machine operation. Chair: Pedro Morena Da Fonseca, Cedefop

Presentation of two country approaches:

Ireland - Roisin Sweeney, QQI 

Portugal - Vitor Dias, CENFIM

Background material

Annex 1 - Ireland

Annex 2 - Norway

Annex 3 - Poland

Annex 4 - Greece

Summary of discussion

Working Group 3 - The case of Tourism and travel. Chair: Irina Jemeljanova, Cedefop

Presentation of three country approaches:

Greece - Vasileios Karavitis, Ministry of Culture, Education and Religious Affairs

Slovenia - Dark Mali/Anica Justinek, Slovenia Institute for VET

Slovakia- Miroslava Klempova /Marek Harbulak, State Vocational Educational Institute

Background material

Annex 1 - Norway

Annex 2 - Spain

Annex 3 - Slovenia

Annex 4 - Malta

Summary of discussion

Friday, 25 september 2015
Plenary
Second working group session – transversal issues relevant to defining and writing of learning outcomes

WORKING GROUP 1 - Terminological challenges in writing learning outcomes. Chair: Rena Psifidou, Cedefop

Experiences and observations from two countries

Hungary - Erzsébet Szlamka, Education Authority

Belgium (Flanders) - Sarah Bonte/Hannelore Baeyens

Background material

Summary of discussion

WORKING GROUP 2 - Content and profile of learning outcomes. Chair: Richard Maniak, ECVET TEAM

Experiences and observations from two countries

Finland - Kati Lounema, Finnish National Board of Education

Spain - F. Javier Molina, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport

Background material

Summary of discussion

WORKING GROUP 3 - Review and renewal of learning outcomes. Chair: George Kostakis, Cedefop

Experiences and observations from two countries

Czech Republic - Tereza Halouzkova, National Institute for Education

Belgium - Agnes Roman, ETUC

Background material

Summary of discussion

 

Key findings from working groups: key messages, challenges, opportunities, Stephanie Mayer, Federal Ministry of Education, Austria

Final observations from external researchers - Karin Luomi-Messerer, 3S, Austria

Final observations from external researchers - Volker Rein, BIBB, Germany