Estonia's competitiveness &export potential of IT Professionals<br />2011.03.16.<br />EUCIP for Career Planning<br />EUCIP...
DND & EICIP Norge<br />The Norwegian Computer Society<br />Gateway to ICT Knowledge Network<br />www.dnd.no<br />IT Profes...
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />3<br />Table of contents<br />EUCIP for Career planning& Competence development:<br /><ul...
Why is the EUCIP Competence Scheme useful as such?
Certification process for IT Specialists - Norway’s experience
The benefits of international IT professionals’ EUCIP certification</li></ul>-> How to define-, describe- and measure- IT ...
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />4<br />Why & How in Norway?<br /><ul><li> Recognize, document and protect industry compet...
 In need of a standard way to describe measure & compareIT professionals' competencies
 In need of goal-oriented training plans and stimulateprofessional career planning & development
 Promote knowledge of the EUCIP standard within the media and    public authorities
 Create enthusiasm for EUCIP as a general competency standard    within the membership of the co-operating organizations
 Assist recognized educational institutions in developing EUCIP    training programmes by identifying the industry's needs...
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />6<br />EUCIP Core Level<br />VOCATIONAL<br />STRUCTURE<br />Based on the needs of User in...
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />7<br />*A1 Organisations…<br />Computing…Arch.*C1<br />*A2 Management of IT<br />*A3 ... ...
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />8<br />EUCIP Core – Sample Test<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />9<br />Pass Mark: 60%<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />10<br />Learning Providers<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />11<br />Professional Level<br />VOCATIONAL<br />STRUCTURE<br />Based on the needs of User...
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />12<br />Profile Specification I<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />13<br />Profile Specification II<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />13<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />14<br />Profile Specification III<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />14<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />15<br />Profile Specification IV<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />15<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />16<br />EUCIP Framework<br />21 Profiles:<br />Comp. Structure<br /><ul><li>3 Modules
Plan - Build – Operate
18   Subjects
155 categories
2.500 elements</li></ul>Skills- & Competence- Definition & Requirement<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />17<br />Competence per Profile<br />
EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />18<br />CEPIS Convergence to e-CF<br />
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EUCIP for Competence and Career planning in Norway

  1. 1. Estonia's competitiveness &export potential of IT Professionals<br />2011.03.16.<br />EUCIP for Career Planning<br />EUCIP for Competence and Career planning in Norway<br />Renny Bakke Amundsen<br />CEO, EUCIP Norway<br />© RennyBA@eucip.no<br />
  2. 2. DND & EICIP Norge<br />The Norwegian Computer Society<br />Gateway to ICT Knowledge Network<br />www.dnd.no<br />IT Professional’s Skill Card<br />www.eucip.no<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />2<br />
  3. 3. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />3<br />Table of contents<br />EUCIP for Career planning& Competence development:<br /><ul><li>Why do IT professions need an international, vendor- and program- neutral certificate?
  4. 4. Why is the EUCIP Competence Scheme useful as such?
  5. 5. Certification process for IT Specialists - Norway’s experience
  6. 6. The benefits of international IT professionals’ EUCIP certification</li></ul>-> How to define-, describe- and measure- IT Professional -competence based on an international framework.<br />-> How this can be beneficial for customers, employers and employees and how learning providers can fill the competence gap.<br />
  7. 7. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />4<br />Why & How in Norway?<br /><ul><li> Recognize, document and protect industry competence & skills standards for IT professionals
  8. 8. In need of a standard way to describe measure & compareIT professionals' competencies
  9. 9. In need of goal-oriented training plans and stimulateprofessional career planning & development
  10. 10. Promote knowledge of the EUCIP standard within the media and public authorities
  11. 11. Create enthusiasm for EUCIP as a general competency standard within the membership of the co-operating organizations
  12. 12. Assist recognized educational institutions in developing EUCIP training programmes by identifying the industry's needs for skills development</li></li></ul><li>EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />5<br />EUCIP Framework<br />VOCATIONAL<br />STRUCTURE<br />Based on the needs of User industry and IT services industry.<br />Industry Structure Model (ISM)<br />EUCIP Professional - 21 Profiles<br />Professional Level<br />Typically 800 hours<br />of study time<br />Mix of vendor andvendor –independentCourses and Qualification<br />CORE LEVEL<br />Typically 400 hours<br />of study time<br />Compulsory<br />OPERATE<br />Operations and<br />Support of <br />Information systems<br />PLAN<br />The use and <br />management of <br />information<br />systems<br />BUILD<br />Acquisition, <br />development and <br />implementation<br /> of information systems<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />5<br />
  13. 13. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />6<br />EUCIP Core Level<br />VOCATIONAL<br />STRUCTURE<br />Based on the needs of User industry and IT services industry.<br />Industry Structure Model (ISM)<br />EUCIP Professional - 21 Profiles<br />Professional Level<br />Typically 800 hours<br />of study time<br />Mix of vendor andvendor –independentCourses and Qualification<br />CORE LEVEL<br />Typically 400 hours<br />of study time<br />Compulsory<br />OPERATE<br />Operations and<br />Support of <br />Information systems<br />PLAN<br />The use and <br />management of <br />information<br />systems<br />BUILD<br />Acquisition, <br />development and <br />implementation<br /> of information systems<br />
  14. 14. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />7<br />*A1 Organisations…<br />Computing…Arch.*C1<br />*A2 Management of IT<br />*A3 ... Value of IT<br />Operating Systems*C2<br />*A4 Global…Econ.<br />Comm.s&Networks*C3<br />*A5 Project Mgmt.<br />*A6 Collab.&Comm.<br />Network Services*C4<br />*A7 Legal&Eth.<br />Wireless&Mob.*C5<br />NetworkMgmt.*C6<br />*B1 SD Process&Meth.<br />*B2 Data Mgmt.&DBs<br />Service Deliv.&Support*C7<br />*B3 Programming<br />*B4 UI&Web Design<br />IS Lifecycle<br />PLAN<br />OPERATE<br />BUILD<br />
  15. 15. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />8<br />EUCIP Core – Sample Test<br />
  16. 16. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />9<br />Pass Mark: 60%<br />
  17. 17. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />10<br />Learning Providers<br />
  18. 18. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />11<br />Professional Level<br />VOCATIONAL<br />STRUCTURE<br />Based on the needs of User industry and IT services industry.<br />Industry Structure Model (ISM)<br />EUCIP Professional - 21 Profiles<br />Professional Level<br />Typically 800 hours<br />of study time<br />Mix of vendor andvendor –independentCourses and Qualification<br />CORE LEVEL<br />Typically 400 hours<br />of study time<br />Compulsory<br />OPERATE<br />Operations and<br />Support of <br />Information systems<br />PLAN<br />The use and <br />management of <br />information<br />systems<br />BUILD<br />Acquisition, <br />development and <br />implementation<br /> of information systems<br />
  19. 19. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />12<br />Profile Specification I<br />
  20. 20. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />13<br />Profile Specification II<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />13<br />
  21. 21. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />14<br />Profile Specification III<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />14<br />
  22. 22. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />15<br />Profile Specification IV<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />15<br />
  23. 23. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />16<br />EUCIP Framework<br />21 Profiles:<br />Comp. Structure<br /><ul><li>3 Modules
  24. 24. Plan - Build – Operate
  25. 25. 18 Subjects
  26. 26. 155 categories
  27. 27. 2.500 elements</li></ul>Skills- & Competence- Definition & Requirement<br />
  28. 28. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />17<br />Competence per Profile<br />
  29. 29. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />18<br />CEPIS Convergence to e-CF<br />
  30. 30. Prof. Exam Procedure<br />Candidate<br />EUCIP Norge<br />Examination Board<br />CertifiedCandidate<br />Prequalification<br />A EUCIPProfessional<br />Application<br />Oral Exam<br /><ul><li>Application form
  31. 31. Europass CV
  32. 32. Portfolio
  33. 33. Comp. Cover map</li></ul>Relevant competence:<br /><ul><li> Education
  34. 34. Certificates
  35. 35. Experience
  36. 36. Present a project from Portfolio
  37. 37. Questions
  38. 38. Evaluation
  39. 39. Feedback</li></ul>EUCIP Professional Frame Work<br />EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />19<br />
  40. 40. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />20<br />Roadmap or Radar<br />Competence & career:<br /> => The HR Approach<br />Standardization of ICT Competence:<br /><ul><li> Define
  41. 41. Describe
  42. 42. Measure
  43. 43. Development </li></li></ul><li>EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />21<br />EU Skills Survey I<br />
  44. 44. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />22<br />EU Skills Survey II<br />
  45. 45. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />23<br />EU Skills Survey III<br />The aims of the project are:<br /><ul><li>To provide picture of the competences of ICT practitioners in Europe today
  46. 46. an individual profile report showing gap analysis against e-CF competences
  47. 47. a country report that enables each county to be benchmarked against the European results
  48. 48. a pan-European report</li></ul>http://ecompetence.cepis.org/<br />
  49. 49. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />24<br />EU Skills Survey IV<br />Respondents by Proximity profile (all countries)<br />
  50. 50. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />25<br />Personal Report<br />Competences required by the represented profile<br />Competence required by the profile but where respondent has deficiency<br />Competences that exceed those required by the profile<br />31/01/10 – (V4) – pg. 25<br />
  51. 51. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />26<br />Support & Partners<br />"EUCIP is a common language for describing skills, and we will strongly recommend that our members start speaking this language"<br />
  52. 52. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />27<br />Support & Partners<br />“Certainly there are a number of certifications for specific products,but a general competency standard has been sorely missed."<br />
  53. 53. EUCIP -> Knowledge is Pride<br />28<br />Objective,Neutral & Independent<br />Sponsored 4 candidates from partners<br />for:<br />“ To prove their skills as- Objective- Independent &- Neutralin the market “<br />Ole Tom Seierstad<br />Chief Security Advisor<br />Microsoft Norway<br />
  54. 54. 29<br />Thank you for your attention!<br />Any Questions?<br />RennyBA@eucip.no<br />EUCIP: because Knowledge is Pride<br />
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