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  • 1. AGRICOMCompetence Modelling for theAgricultural Sector
  • 2. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 2• AGRICOM = Transfer of the Water CompetencesModel to AGRIcultural COMpetences• Executive summary in one sentence:AGRICOM will provide the first competencemodel for the agricultural sector (ACM) and inparticular the fields related to the unitisation ofthe water resources in irrigation, hydroponics andother related agricultural fields.AGRICOM - Overview
  • 3. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 3• Based on WACOM= WAter COMpetencemodell• The European project for agriculturalcompetences supported by the EuropeanCommission• Start in October 2011: Your contribution andinfluence is possible and most welcome!AGRICOM - Overview
  • 4. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 4• 7 partners from 4 countries (DE, GR, IT, NL),coordinator: University of Duisburg-EssenAGRICOM - Partners
  • 5. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 5• Identify and analyse the needs and competencesrequired by the labour market in the Europeanagricultural sector• Transfer the generic WACOM Competence Model(WCM) to the AGRICOM Competence Model(ACM)• Pilot-test the ACM within professions related toagricultural use of water• Establish the AGRICOM online community tosupport discussion and research exchange relatedto the project.AGRICOM - Objectives
  • 6. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 6• Establish the AGRICOM web portal andpopulating it with more agricultural use cases,• Enhance the transparency of the job profilesin the agricultural sector,• Support the conjunction of vocationaleducation and training with the labour marketand jobs specialisations.AGRICOM - Objectives
  • 7. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 7• Competence: ability (that cannot be observeddirectly but only by activities) to adequately andsuccessfully combine and perform necessaryactivities in any contexts to achieve specific tasksor objectives [adapted from EQF]• Activity: observable and measurable behavior orperformance of knowledge, skills or competencesto achieve a conscious objective (synonym toaction) [adapted from PAS 1093]Terms and definitions as basis forthe Competence Model I
  • 8. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 8• Knowledge: outcome of learning processesrelated to information [adapted from EQF]• Skills: outcome of learning processes related toactions including the performance to applyknowledge and use know-how to complete tasksand solve problems (cognitive or practical)[adapted from EQF]Terms and definitions as basis forthe Competence Model II
  • 9. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 9• Competence= Knowledge + Skills (+ individual ability)• Activities• = Performance of Knowledge + Skills +Competences (+ individual ability)Competences
  • 10. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 16AGRICOM – CM Transfer StepsACM (Validated Version)ACM (first Version)Pilot TestingWCMNeeds Analyses Transferend of year 1end of year 2
  • 11. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 17Needs analyses:– Four National Workshops– Online Survey– Survey on CM in Europe> huge differencesbetween Germany, Greece,The Netherlands and Italyhave been taken intoaccount for ACMAGRICOM – First Outcomes
  • 12. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 18First version of AGRICOM Competence Model(ACM) provides• all by now elaborated competences for theagricultural sector• templates for competence descriptions, jobprofiles and competence profiles• use examples of a single competences, jobprofiles and trainings opportunitiesAGRICOM – First Outcomes
  • 13. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 19ACM - Competence StructureThe Competence StructureAction Verb [e.g., "Determine andimplement ]Object [e.g., "production plan"]Optionalelements[e.g., "for Hydroponiccrops "]
  • 14. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 22ACM – Competence TypesKey CompetencesManagerial orIndividual CompetencesAGRI-Competences(Plant/Water)
  • 15. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 23ACM – Competence Types• Plant:"Agriculture“, "Plant hygiene“, "Plant nutrition“,"Plant protection“, "Soil science“• Water:"Cultivation technology“, "Managing water costs“,"Planning the time and the period of theirrigation“, "Plant protection in watermanagement“, "Process control“, "Selection andbasic knowledge of the supporting technicalequipment“, etc.
  • 16. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 24• Clustering of competence descriptions into activity areas• Addition of context and level into the template of job profiles• Main focus of the use case scenarios in the direction of the stakeholders:employer (small company), employee and VET• Addition of learning outcomes• Concentration on four job profiles:– manager of a hydroponic system/a field irrigation system– operator of a hydroponic system/a field irrigation system• Competence classification splits into:– Key competences– Managerial or individual competences– Professional or agricultural competencesDifferences ACM-WCM
  • 17. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 25All main results are already summarized & published onwww.agriculture-competence.euNext steps:• Refine and optimize AGRICOM Competence Model(ACM)• Pilot test ACM• Online dissemination and discussion in AGRICOM webportal and online community athttp://voa3r.cc.uah.es/index.php/groups/viewgroup/25-AGRICOMFor your Agenda: LINQ Conference in Mai 2013 in Rome!AGRICOM – Outlook
  • 18. LINQ Conference2012-10-23Cornelia Helmstedt, University of Duisburg-Essencornelia.helmstedt@uni-due.de - slide 26• AGRICOM Coordinator:Christian M. Stracke (University of Duisburg-Essen)christian.stracke@icb.uni-due.de• http:// www.agriculture-competence.euThis project has been funded with support from the EuropeanCommission. This communication reflects the views only of theauthor, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any usewhich may be made of the information contained therein.AGRICOM Contacts