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Social partnership in VET in Serbia

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  1. Social partnership in VET in Serbia INSTITUTE FOR IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATION Center for Vocational and Adult Education Milocer, Jun 2012.

  2. Beginnings of Social Partnership • Reform of VET – 7 pilot curricula competency and outcome based - 2002. • The first generation with pilot Final exam (2004/5) and Matura exam (2005/6) • Up to now – 16 pilot profiles on Final exam and 38 pilot profiles on Matura exam • Exams - 3 members in commissions for assessment • 2 instructors/teachers • 1 representative from the company (“named” by Serbian Chamber of Commerce) • Development of Social Partnership !?

  3. Development of NQF Law on Foundation of Educational System Development of NQF for the level of secondary education (I - V) Agreement on Cooperation between the Institute for Improvement of Education and Serbian Chamber of Commerce - 26.08.2011. NQF development

  4. Purpose of NQF The establishment of the system of qualifications obtained through education and training in accordance with the requirements of socio-economic development Support the implementation of the concept of lifelong learning Enabling labor mobility

  5. Definition of Qualification Qualification is the formal recognition of acquired competences. The individual acquires the qualification when appropriate authority determines that he/she met the learning outcomes to given standards of qualification, which issues a public document (diploma or certificate). Qualifications and standards are an integral part of the National catalog - register of qualifications.

  6. Users of NQF • Records - state institutions... • Human resource development - the companies... • Programming the VET - schools and other org. • Accreditation - organizations • Implementation the programmes of VET - teachers • Certification - individuals • Career guidance and counseling - counclers • Employment - individuals

  7. Holders of the NQF development process - now • Inter-sectored Working group named by the Ministry of Education and Science • Center for Vocational and Adult Education - Institute for Improvement of Education • Center for Education and Vocational Training - Serbian Chamber of Commerce • Sector Committees

  8. Sector Committees • Sector Commeettes are • expert and advisory bodies • formed on partnership basis for certain sectors of economic activity • whose main role is to • determine the need for qualifications • in the labor market in Serbia!

  9. Structure of Sector Committees Each Sector Committee number minimum 15 members: 8 – Representative Companies 1 – Entrepreneurs, craftsmen and their associations 1 – representative branch Union 1 – University 1 – Ministry in charge for the sector 1 – National Employment Service 1 – Association of VET schools 1 – Ministry of Education

  10. Tasks of Sector Committees Determining the required qualifications Drafting the qualification standards within the sector Promoting social dialogue, employment opportunities and education programs based on the standards of qualifications within the sector Identifying opportunities for adult training within the sector Consider the implications of the NQF onto qualifications within the sector

  11. Process of determining the required qualifications Sector Committees should determine: • Qualifications that are: • in the home sector • universal and common to several sectors • no longer match the needs of the sector • rarely met in practice • to be modernized or revised • new qualifications • Priorities for the modernization of existing and creation of new qualifications in the formal and informal system of VET; • Proposals of individual qualification standards in the sector

  12. Methodology for Sector Committees In relation to the tasks, but in accordance with available resources, Sector Committee combines and selects the optimum methods and techniques: • analysis of existing sources, reports ... • focus groups to analyze and review the qualifications • different data collection via questionnaires • survey in companies ... • or ... something else that we/they agree!!!

  13. Establishment ofSector Committees • 4 Sector Committees have been established: • SC for ICT • SC for Agriculture • SC for Food Industry • SC for Tourism and Catering • The first meeting – 25.04.2012. • Supported by the IPA project – expert Tom Kelly • The second meeting – planned for 18th of June 2012. - …?

  14. To be continued … Thank you!  jelena.jakovljevic@zuov.gov.rs gordana.mitrovic@zuov.gov.rs

  15. Qualification standard • Name of Qualification • Code • Sector • Level of Qualification • The purpose of the qualification • The path of gaining qualifications • The duration of education or training • Way of checking the outcome achievements • Qualifiaction’s basis: • Description of the work (duties and tasks, the extreme conditions under which the job is done, the exposure to risks in the performance of work) • Objectives and outcomes of vocational education (professional competence, knowledge, skills, abilities and attitudes)

  16. The procedure for adoption of qualifications • Sector Committees determine qualifications and forward the proposals to the VET Council • VET Council review the qualifications and forwards the proposal to the Ministry of Education and Science • Minister approves