PARTNERSHIPS IN VETAN EMPLOYERS PERSPECTIVE                           THE FUTURE IN                           YOUR HANDS  ...
Content1. Training and Development Funds    - About the OTIB    - History    - Operations2. SBB   - About the SBB   - Role...
OTIBTraining and Development Fund    for Technical Installation           Companies
ON OTIBMission:To enable the installation industry to retain suitably well-qualified people.Policy headlines:•Public funde...
ON OTIBO&O-funds•Dutch labour law enables social funds (O&O funds) via collective labouragreements•Usually levy based to e...
OPERATIONS: FINANCIAL INCENTIVESOTIB has a number of quantative incentives:•workforce development subsidies (OSR)•apprenti...
OPERATIONS: PROJECTSOTIB has a number of qualitative projects, for example:Innovation:•Sustainability•Intelligent energy s...
OPERATIONS: STRUCTURAL COOPERATIONStructural cooperation with stakeholders:National:•Stichting Beroepsonderwijs Bedrijfsle...
Council for cooperation        betweenVET and the labour market         SBB
On SBBWhat is the SBB?- council established on January 1, 2012- cooperation between employer and employeeorganisations and...
Role of the SBB- one collective link to the Ministry of Eduction- policy advice based on common interests- national agreem...
Policy level  -------------------------------------------------------------  --Executive level
SBB structure        three advisory committeesVET qualifications and examination- qualifications framework- binding agreem...
Questions?Thank you.
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Partnerships in VET - An Employer's Perspective - The Future in Your Hands 2013-2016 (Paul Ewalds - Chairman of the SBB Advisory Committee on Qualifications & Examinations – company SBB)

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  • Paul, could you give the audience a brief idea about the Technical Installation Sector?
  • Partnerships in VET - An Employer's Perspective - The Future in Your Hands 2013-2016 (Paul Ewalds - Chairman of the SBB Advisory Committee on Qualifications & Examinations – company SBB)

    1. 1. PARTNERSHIPS IN VETAN EMPLOYERS PERSPECTIVE THE FUTURE IN YOUR HANDS 2013-2016
    2. 2. Content1. Training and Development Funds - About the OTIB - History - Operations2. SBB - About the SBB - Role - Environment - Structure
    3. 3. OTIBTraining and Development Fund for Technical Installation Companies
    4. 4. ON OTIBMission:To enable the installation industry to retain suitably well-qualified people.Policy headlines:•Public funded education•Workforce training•Inflow / career developmentExecution•Financial incentives•Projects•Structural cooperation with stakeholders
    5. 5. ON OTIBO&O-funds•Dutch labour law enables social funds (O&O funds) via collective labouragreements•Usually levy based to equalize cost of training and apprenticeships•Social funds have existed for almost 40 years•Currently some 100 O&O-funds for different sectors in existenceOTIB•Established in 2004 by through merger between O&O-funds•Includes over 136,000 employees / 9000 employers in Netherlands•Managed by a board of social partners•Operates in 7 regions with regional managers•40-45 staff (half of which are regionallly based)
    6. 6. OPERATIONS: FINANCIAL INCENTIVESOTIB has a number of quantative incentives:•workforce development subsidies (OSR)•apprenticeship subsidies (BPV)•accreditation of prior learning subsidies (APL)•collective ESF for SME’s•‘mirror image’ subsidy•temporary subsidiesFlow of funds always goes through theemployer.
    7. 7. OPERATIONS: PROJECTSOTIB has a number of qualitative projects, for example:Innovation:•Sustainability•Intelligent energy supply•Care technologyInflow:•Betamentality / diversity•Topstarters•Skillsmanager•TechniekTalent.nuEducation:•Masterplan competence based learning•Exchange platform for E-portfolio (VET + work placement)
    8. 8. OPERATIONS: STRUCTURAL COOPERATIONStructural cooperation with stakeholders:National:•Stichting Beroepsonderwijs Bedrijfsleven (SBB)•Delivers framework for sectoral agreements and regionalexecutionSectoral:•Kenniscentra Beroepsonderwijs Bedrijfsleven (KBB)•Sectoral agreements based on framework SBBRegional:•Execution of framework/agreements and•Cooperative execution of VET
    9. 9. Council for cooperation betweenVET and the labour market SBB
    10. 10. On SBBWhat is the SBB?- council established on January 1, 2012- cooperation between employer and employeeorganisations and training providers in VETWhy establish the SBB?- structural improvement of VET through cooperationMission:- ensure enough skilled workers are well-qualified for the demands of the labour market
    11. 11. Role of the SBB- one collective link to the Ministry of Eduction- policy advice based on common interests- national agreements decreed by Ministry- deliver framework for sectoral and regional issues- sectoral cooperation of stakeholders through Centres of Expertise (KBB’s)- operational support to SBB and regional collaboration- employers have a position on national and sectoral level on VET
    12. 12. Policy level ------------------------------------------------------------- --Executive level
    13. 13. SBB structure three advisory committeesVET qualifications and examination- qualifications framework- binding agreements on examinationWork placement- work placement contract- national control on quality and commitmentsMacro-effectiveness- matching supply and demand (quantitative)
    14. 14. Questions?Thank you.

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