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Multilevel Governance in Education and Training: Conference Agenda EN

  1. 1. ETF CORPORATE CONFERENCE 2012MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING:CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES.Committee of the Regions, Brussels31 May – 1 June 2012Agenda
  2. 2. Day one, 31 MaySession 1 - Opening plenaryRoom: JDE 52 - Committee of the Regions, Rue Belliard 101, BrusselsChair: João Delgado, DG EAC8:45 – 9:15 Registration of participants Setting the scene: Multi-level governance in education and training - the added value in EU acceding and neighbouring countries Opening speeches: Mercedes Bresso, President – Committee of the Regions Danuta Maria Hübner, Chair of the Regional Development Committee – European Parliament9:15 – 10:30 Androulla Vassiliou, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth – European Commission (message) Pervenche Berès, Chair of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee – European Parliament (video message) Madlen Serban, Director – European Training Foundation (ETF)10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break (Atrium 5) Multi-level governance in education and training: from theoretical to practical opportunities and challenges. Chair: Charles White, International Relations Officer – DG REGIO Multilevel governance in public education and training policies: from theoretical frameworks to empirical approaches. Luc Van den Brande, President of CIVEX – Committee of the Regions (COR)11:00 – 12:30 Oleksandr Demchyk, Chief of the Department for Education and Science – Dnipropetrovsk State Regional Administration, Ukraine Dario Baron, Assistant Minister – Ministry of Labour and Pension System, Croatia The multilevel approach governing public policies: added value in the field of education and training policies. ETF presentation of results of study (Anastasia Fetsi, Head of Thematic Expertise Development Department – ETF)12:30 – 13:00 Debate and questions to the speakers13:00 – 14:00 Lunch buffet (Atrium 5) 2
  3. 3. Session 2 - Multi-level governance in education and trainingchallenges and opportunities: Thematic workshopsRooms: JDE 51; JDE 52; JDE 53, JDE 70 Room JDE 51 (5th floor) Workshop 1: Education and Training strategies as a driver for regional socio- economic development Facilitator: Marie Dorleans, Specialist in VET Policies and Systems - Country Manager, ETF Examples from Croatia, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Tunisia, France and Italy Room JDE 53 (5th floor) Workshop 2: Engaging and coordinating diverse actors in VET governance Facilitator: J. Manuel Galvin Arribas, Specialist in Governance and LLL, ETF14:00 – 17:00 Examples from Azerbaijan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Morocco, United KingdomCoffee break Room JDE 52 (plenary room)(Atrium 5) Workshop 3: Good governance and VET providers.15:30 – 15:50 Facilitator: Franca Crestani, Specialist in VET Policies and Systems - Country Manager, ETF Examples from former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Lebanon, Russia, Tajikistan, European Vocational Training Association, Le Forem Room JDE 70 (7th floor) Workshop 4: Conditions and requirements for partnership in VET Facilitator: Petri Lempinen, Specialist in VET and Social Partnership - Country Manager, ETF Examples from Republic of Moldova, occupied Palestinian territory, Turkey, European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (UEAPME), European Trade Union ConfederationSession 3 – PlenaryRoom: JDE 52 Closure of day 117:00 – 17:30 Madlen Serban, Director – European Training Foundation (ETF)19:30 Official dinner at Hotel Thon (Restaurant) 3
  4. 4. Day two, 1 JuneSession 1 – Closing plenaryRoom: JDE 529:00 – 10:00 Presentation of the workshops findings (moderated session) Reflections on the workshops findings from the COR networks Nehal El Megharbel, Head of Local Administration Reform Unit, Ministry of Local10:00 – 10:45 Development, Egypt (ARLEM) Sergiy Ivanovich Chernov, Head of Kharkiv Regional Council, Ukraine (CORLEAP)10:45 – 11:15 Coffee break (Atrium 5) Panel discussion on findings of the conference and work ahead Panel members: Gerhard Schumann-Hitzler, Director – DG ELARG Hjördis Ogendo, Cooperation Officer – DG DEVCO Ian Whitman, Head of Programme for Co-operation with Non Member Economies –11:15 – 12:30 OECD Namig Mammadov, Head of Technical Vocational Education Department, Ministry of Education, Azerbaijan Said Hanchane, Directeur général, Conseil Supérieur de lEnseignement, Maroc Jon Sigurdsson, Chairman of Joint Committee – Ministry of Education and Culture, Iceland Conclusions and next steps Staffan Nilsson, President of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) Mette Mørk Andersen, Attaché for Education and Youth – Permanent12:30 – 13:30 Representation of Denmark to the EU (Danish Presidency of the European Union) Antonio Silva Mendes, Director – DG EAC Madlen Serban, Director – European Training Foundation (ETF)13:30 – 14:30 Lunch buffet (Atrium 5) 4

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