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  1. Leonardo da Vinci:Valorisation and Thematic monitoringJanette SinclairEuropean CommissionDG Education & Culture

  2. Valorisation =Dissemination andExploitation of Results

  3. To increase the impact of successful LdV results on VET systems in Europe: better employment, better growth, meeting Lisbon & Barcelona targets Why do it?

  4. Ex-post = linear model of innovationValorisation • Too late • Users’needs not properly taken into account • No/limited involvement of users

  5. Ex-ante = interactive model of innovation Dissemination Exploitation € € • Interactivity between promoters & users • Valorisation plan from the start of the project • Greater chances of success Innovative work Users Promoters €

  6. LdV I (1995-1999): not mentioned LdV II (2000-2006): mentioned but -ex-post (2000-2002) for LdVI projects -ex-ante voluntary (2003-2004) LdV II projects -ex-ante compulsory (2005-2006) LdV II projects LdV valorisation: overview

  7. VALORISATION = Ex-ante and Compulsory For all education and training programmes (not only LdV) Post 2006:

  8. Valorisation “ex-post” of LdV I projects Difficult where project results : Potentially obsolescent Not developed in line with user needs Not developed beyond prototype Partnership no longer active Valorisation LdV 2000-2002

  9. Thematic Monitoring (ex-ante valorisation) Valorisation Conferences (2 x 500.000€) in 2004 (finished projects) Transfer of Innovation (700.000 + 1.500.000 €) in 2004 Valorisation in LdV2003-2004

  10. Thematic Monitoring: Launched in 2002 for Exchange of experience between promoters Since 2003: introduction of ex-ante on a voluntary basis (300 projects/1000) Valorisation in LdV 2003- 2004 Building on Thematic Monitoring

  11. To introduce focus on needs of end-users/ target groups To involve “prescriptors” and decision makers To elaborate a valorisation plan To foresee piloting/experimentation Valorisation in LdV:2003-2004 Thematic Monitoring Each ‘live’ project:

  12. To promote synergies between project actors To develop exchanges of experience To improve quality and impact at individual project level To gain a better overview of project content To increase global impact at programme level To strengthen the networking between projects, practitioners and decision makers Thematic Monitoring

  13. 2003-2004: 5 thematic groups were identified: Integration into the Labour Market Development of skills within SMEs Adaptation of the training supply and new training methods (quality in training) Transparency, assessment and validation of knowledge E-Learning Thematic Monitoring

  14. Sectoral approach: To be implemented in 2004 Thematic Monitoring

  15. 5 “lead agencies” in 2003 Thematic Monitoring : open to all Agencies Agencies= expertise from the ground NB: All agencies expected to promote ex-ante valorisation in all their projects Thematic Monitoring National Agencies

  16. Essential contribution Expertise Knowledge of projects Synergy Thematic MonitoringAll National Agencies =

  17. Thematic Seminars: in Brussels for cost-effectiveness (5/7/04 – 17/9/04 – 28/10/04 – 8/11/04 – 26/11/04 – 3/12/04) Bringing together project promoters belonging to the same thematic (or sectoral) groups and some potential end-users, experts, National Agencies, practitioners, decision makers etc Annual valorisation Conferences (around Europe) Thematic Monitoring

  18. Bringing together successful promoters (innovative product/process) and potential users Focus on meeting user needs Valorisation Conferences (open to thematic monitoring and other organisers)

  19. 2 Calls for Proposals for Valorisation events up to Feb 2005 (1.000.000 €) Conferences, seminars and linked exhibitions bringing together promoters and end-users Valorisation Conferences

  20. First Call for proposals closed, evaluation under way, results mid-April Second Call for Proposals to be launched end April (deadline end June) Valorisation Conferences

  21. “Strengthening European Co-operation in Vocational Education and Training” Conference: 15/12/04 (600 participants : Ministers, AN, DGVT, LdV Committee, Promoters, users, decision-makers) Exhibition: 14-17/12/04 first Leonardo da Vinci awards Maastricht Conference

  22. Two calls for proposals Funding available for translation, adaptation, testing, transfer, integration of finished or near-finished LdV projects into new contexts First Call completed Second Call: published 16 March deadline 1 June (Value: 1.500.000 €) Transfer of Innovation

  23. Ex-ante valorisation becomes compulsory A valorisation plan required in the proposal Thereafter to be updated during the lifetime of the project LdV 2005-2006New Call for Proposals

  24. Identifying user needs and groups of users to be associated with the project throughout its lifetime Identifying “prescriptors” & decision makers Identifying milestones for their “involvment” Valorisation Plan

  25. 3 key questions to be answered : What is the expected project result? What training needs will be met ? Who will be the end-user? Valorisation Plan

  26. - Define dissemination and exploitation activities Specify how (most adequate means) Specify when (most efficient and appropriate timing) Foresee necessary resources (human and financial) Valorisation Plan

  27. VALORISATION = Ex-ante and Compulsory For all education and training programmes (not only LdV) Post 2006:

  28. The LLL programme proposal 2007-2013

  29. Leonardo da Vinci Website: Calls for proposals: Unité More Information