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  • Business: competitiveness Workers: employability
  • At the end of June this year, KATS issued a public notice to middle and high schools nationwide regarding the preliminary task under the theme ‘Identification of Inconvenient Practices in Daily Life Due to Non-Standardization and Suggestion of Improvement Methods’ and received applications for participation. The participating students submitted the preliminary tasks after receiving recommendations from the principals of their schools and organizing teams of three persons each. A total of 101 middle school teams and 111 high school teams joined the event, recording an average competition ratio of 2.6:1. Those students, who participated in the preliminary contest, suggested a considerable number of non-standardized practices that can be discovered in everyday life, such as non-uniformity in printer ink cartridges, different connection socket for earphones used with mobile phones and inaccurate labeling of footwear and clothes. KATS plans to utilize the suggestions as references in the development of national standards in the future. The high school team competition which was newly established for this olympiad, in particular, drew keen interest from high school students across the country. As a result of preliminary screening, 40 middle school teams and 40 high school teams were selected to vie for the final contest. The teams, which advanced to the final contest, tried to implement various standards-related tasks, attempting to assemble standardized clocks utilizing steel beads, developing standardized blocks having uniform rules to produce required structures, etc. KATS presented awards, including the MKE(Ministry of Knowledge Economy) Minister Prize, to those teams that solved tasks with excellent ideas. By providing a venue for experience to the students who intend to enter colleges of science and technology, KATS expects that the standards olympiad will serve as a momentum to nurture youngsters who can take the lead in securing the international competitiveness of the country in the standards war era, which is expected to further intensify in the future. KATS plans to stimulate student interest and participation with development of more varied preliminary and final contest tasks and upgrade the level of the olympiad.
  • Best practice program by university, expert group, KSA*, and KATS * KSA: Korean Standards Association / SEDC: Standards Education Development Committee Korean Agency for Technology and Standards ( KATS
  • (Ministry of Education, Technological Institutes Association, Engineers and Business Schools Association , Ministry of Higher Education and Research). Incorporate curricula on standardisation in education programmes. Create a national network of trainers in standardization (referents (2 by region), experts, teachers). Give access to standards at a very low price for teachers and students for educational purposes (Sagaweb). Communicate largely on the partnerships. Pilot the development of the partnerships (Steering Committees).
  • Education about standardization : meeting nbn

    1. 1. Education about standardization NBN, 16/01/2013
    2. 2. EUROPEAN STANDARDIZATION... © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 2
    3. 3. Who we are The European Committee for Standardization The European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization The European Telecommunications Standards Institute = the European Standards Organisations (“ESOs”) + 33 full members (EU+EFTA+Croatia, Turkey & - from 1 July - FYROM); + International standards bodies (ISO, IEC, ITU- 3 © CEN-CENELEC 2013 -
    4. 4. What is a standard? “ document, established by consensus and approved by a recognized body, that provides, for common and repeated use, rules, guidelines or characteristics for activities or their results, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context ” Source: EN 45020:2006 © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 4
    5. 5. EDUCATION ABOUTSTANDARDIZATION © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 5
    6. 6. What is education about standardization ?Education about Standardization (EaS) is teachingpupils, students, CEOs, managers, employees inbusiness, and life-long learners the subject of standardsand standardization.It may include the use and benefits of standards, thestrategic importance of standardization for businessand Europes competitiveness, how to implementstandards in businesses and how to participate instandardization to influence the content of futurestandards. © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 6
    7. 7. The overall aims The aim of Education about Standardization is to improve knowledge and skills about standards and standardization to make European business more competitive, sustainable and innovative © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 7
    8. 8. Why is education aboutstandardization important? © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 8
    9. 9. AN INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE: KOREA © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 9
    10. 10. “Meet Standards” forElementary School• Program started in the second half of 2008 - Year 2010: 4,381 students in 48 schools - Year 2009: 4,318 students in 43 schools• Guest teachers of standards experts - To show that standards are a part of everyday life - To share standard-experience with students• Textbook for Elementary School “Standards in Daily Life” - Chapter 1. Why standards? - Chapter 2. Our lives with standards - Chapter 3. Daily standards - Chapter 4. Our promise, standards © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 10
    11. 11. “Explore Standards” for Middle &High School• Purpose - To bring standards to the real life - To explore the standards world - To recognize outstanding achievement using standards• Strategy - To encourage students to participate in standardization activities - To develop the standards education course into the regular curriculum - To compete for the “Standards Olympiad”• Regular curriculum by 2011 - “Technology & Housework” for middle School - “Engineering & Technology” for high School © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 11
    12. 12. University Education Program onStandardization(UEPS)- Started in 2004- One-semester class for 2 or 3 credits (32~48 hr.) or on-line lectureLectures-With a single unified textbook anda team-teaching methodology- Case study-teaching by standardsprofessionals from industries, standardsagencies, academics and government- Field trips to research institutes / labs / companies © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 12
    13. 13. University and Campuses/Courses inUEPS 35 35 46 50 48 49 43 41 100 64 64 87 91 96 90 9680 81 90 87 91 90 80 80 81 70 64 64 60 50 50 46 48 40 35 49 35 30 43 N. of Univ. 41 20 11 11 N. of Courses 10 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 * These numbers are limited in the general course of university standards education. © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 13
    14. 14. EDUCATION ABOUTSTANDARDIZATION INEUROPEAN COUNTRIES © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 14
    15. 15. AFNOR- Association Françaisede Normalisation•Develop partnerships with the main actors of theeducation system•Develop a national network of trainers.•Develop adapted tools to teach standardisationaccording to the different targets (under-and post-graduate students)•Specific action on electrical standards Ségolène Martin, NBN EaS event 16/01/2013 © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 15
    16. 16. DIN- Deutsches Institut für Normung• Lectures (TU Berlin, TU Clausthal, Universität Potsdam, Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg, module, Module “Standardization” within the Master degree programme in the field of Ambient Assisted Living...)• StudiFORUM: Series of events for students and young graduates in various fields• National conferences addressing Standardization and Education (one/year)• DIN-Akademie (modules + e-learning)• Awards (‘young science’ + ‘special award science’)• Public access points for DIN Standards Ségolène Martin, NBN EaS event 16/01/2013 © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 16
    17. 17. WHAT HAVE WE DONE SO FAR AT EUROPEAN LEVEL? © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 17
    18. 18. The Joint Working Group on education about standardization• set-up in 2010• Members= CEN and CENELEC members + experts• achievements so far : • a Policy • two model curricula • a repository of materials – see our website• some initiatives at national level © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 18
    19. 19. 29 June: first dialogue with academiaand business• full house• testimonies from key stakeholders• presentation of how it is handled in Asia• general agreement that : • more should be done at European level • need to scale-up our activities Ségolène Martin, NBN EaS event 16/01/2013 © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 19
    20. 20. THE MASTERPLAN ON EDUCATION ABOUT STANDARDIZATION © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 20
    21. 21. Practical breakdown of work © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 21
    22. 22. Who are the key stakeholders wewant to address? Standards setters International Standards bodies (e.g. ISO, IEC, ITU), European Standards Bodies (CEN CENELEC ETSI), National Standards Bodies, Other standards setting organizations (professional associations, relevant consortia). Intermediaries National/Regional education authorities and regulators, Schools, teachers and educationalists, Universities and academics, Vocational and technical colleges, Research organizations, Relevant funding bodies. Beneficiaries Standards reliant businesses, Trade associations and unions, Governments, Consumer organizations. Target Groups School pupils, vocational learners, University students, Industry employees, © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 22 Managers and CEOs.
    23. 23. Complementarities between theEuropean and the national levels Mirror organisations & actions should be done in parallel with EaS! © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 23
    24. 24. Some issues andchallenges - What level of education ? - What field of education ? - and...What kind of activity ? Ségolène Martin, NBN EaS event 16/01/2013 © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 24
    25. 25. Thank you for your attentionSégolène Martinsmartin@cencenelec.euOn the web:http://www.cencenelec.eu/standards/Education/Join us on LinkedIn :http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4648905&trk=hb_side_g © CEN-CENELEC 2013 - 25

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