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GSS Session IV-B -- Ms Maren Verfuhrt: “National Occupational Standards”
 

GSS Session IV-B -- Ms Maren Verfuhrt: “National Occupational Standards”

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  • German VET aims at enabling young people to obtain occupations and to support their personal development. Hereby, Germany follows an approach which combines both, education and employability. This finds its institutionalisation in the model of public-private partnership in VET, which is one of its well-known main characteristics. What does Public private partnership mean? The state organises the dialogue in which the state, trade and industry and the social partners reach agreements on all kinds of matters related to vocational education and training. What is this good for? As the industry and employers are involved and integrated into the further development of VET, decisions meet with broad acceptance. Consideration is given to the requirements of the labour market. Further, the companies are involved in the financing of vocational education and training. They take over two thirds of the costs of training and corresponding to the financial engagement or as a compensation, trade and industry has a significant impact on the structuring of content and standards.
  • Training profile: the occupational skills, knowledge and abilities to be taught, as a minimum, during the course of the initial vocational training. Framework training plan: an outline of the syllabus and time allocations to be followed for the purpose of teaching the occupational skills, knowledge and abilities

GSS Session IV-B -- Ms Maren Verfuhrt: “National Occupational Standards” GSS Session IV-B -- Ms Maren Verfuhrt: “National Occupational Standards” Presentation Transcript

  • National Occupational Standards Maren Verfuerth Project Manager India Section 1.4 “Advisory Services and International Cooperation“ Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB ) is the national and international centre of competence for initial and continuing vocational education and training in Germany, and contributes to the improvement of vocational education and training by means of research, advisory services and development. Target groups: policy, research, practice, general audience   Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • Areas of responsibility and tasks of BIBB Drawing up concepts for the qualification of in-company training staff Support of in-company training practice via modern training documentation and media Investigation of the structural developments on the training places market and within continuing training Identification of future qualification requirements by early recognition of these Development and modernisation of initial and advanced training occupations International research and VET cooperation Promotion of modern vocational training centres to supplement in-company initial and continuing vocational education and training Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • Public-Private-Partnership: Shared Responsibility in VET
    • cooperation between the public and private sector
    • common steering, regulation and financing arrangements
    • governed by a statutory legislative framework
    Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation § Vocational training act
  • The German Dual System of TVET
    • Two venues for learning
    In the company  At part-time vocational school  Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • National Standards
    • 350 national standards (recognized training occupations), of which:
      • 189 national standards have been updated since 1996
      • 64 national standards have been newly developed since 1996
    Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • The principle of consensus…
    • … as a maxim for the planning, organisation and implementation of vocational education and training:
    • The state does not take decisions on initial vocational training against the will of the social partners.
    • Example: Training regulations
    • The state allows the social partners a large measure of influence in the drafting of new training regulations and modernisation of existing ones. 
    • Training regulations are the result of a consensus –reached through negotiations – between the social partners.
    Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • Setting of standards
    • The German government uses laws and regulations to regulate the legal framework for vocational training
    • Legal provisions that outline the aims and content of and examination requirements for in-company training are training regulations.
    • The BIBB prepares the content of training regulations for the government.
    • The BIBB develops drafts together with on-the-ground experts who have been delegated by management and labour.
    Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • Legal Basis of Standards ordinance (= training regulation) Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation Vocational Training Act framework curriculum (part-time vocational school) general training plan (company) learning fields learning objectives examination regulations
  • Federal Law Gazette Part I No. 33 published in Bonn on 25 July 2007
    • Ordinance
    • on vocational education and training in the occupation of
    • motor vehicle mechatronics technician
    • promulgated on 20 July 2007
    • Whereas by reason of § 4 para. 1 of the Vocational Training Act of 23 March 2005 (…) and in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology does decree as follows:
    •  
    • § 1
    • State recognition of the training occupation
    • The training occupation of motor vehicle mechatronics technician is hereby
    • accorded state recognition.
    Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • Minimum content of a training regulation  Title of the training occupation  Duration of traineeship  Training profile  Framework training plan  Examination standards Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation
  • Overview of learning fields for the regulated occupation of motor vehicle mechatronics technician (voc. schools) Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation Learning fields Nr. Suggested time allocation 1st year 2nd year 3rd year 4th year 1 Maintenance and care of vehicles or systems 100 2 Disassemble, repair and assemble technical vehicle subassemblies or systems 80 3 Test and repair electrical and electronic systems 80 4 Test and repair open loop and closed loop control systems 60 5 Test and repair energy supply and starting systems 80 6 Test and repair engine mechanics 60 7 Diagnose and repair engine management systems 100 8 Conduct service and repair work on exhaust systems 40 motor vehicle technology specialist area 9P Maintain power transmission systems 60 10P Maintain chassis and brake systems 80
    • Thank you for your attention!
    • Contact: Maren Verfuerth
    • Tel.: +49/228 107 - 1348
    • E-mail: verfuerth@bibb.de
    Section 1.4 – Advisory Services and International Cooperation