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Interview with:Carlos Gómez PlazaDirector Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment (10th November 2009)
 

Interview with: Carlos Gómez Plaza Director Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment (10th November 2009)

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Second International On-line Conference “Innovation in Training Practice” Interview with: Carlos Gómez Plaza Director Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment (10th November 2009)

Second International On-line Conference “Innovation in Training Practice” Interview with: Carlos Gómez Plaza Director Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment (10th November 2009)

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    Interview with:Carlos Gómez PlazaDirector Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment (10th November 2009) Interview with: Carlos Gómez Plaza Director Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment (10th November 2009) Presentation Transcript

    • Second International On-line Conference “Innovation in Training Practice” Interview with: Carlos Gómez Plaza Director Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment (10 th November 2009)
    • The Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment
          • The Tripartite Foundation comprises the Public Administration and the most representative employers´ and trade unions´ organisations.
          • The institution provides technical support on training in employment to National Public Employment Service (SPEE).
          • Its sources of finance come from Vocational Education and Training levies; the European Social Fund (ESF) and specific contributions allocated by National Public Employment Service (SPEE).
    • Vocational Training in Employment
      • Set of learning processes which generate competence to support working performance and , consequently, such processes make possible improving competiveness of working organisations and employment quality while facilitating creation of opportunities for all .
    • Training in employment key goals´
          • To support lifelong learning of professional people, improving their professional capacities in addition to personal promotion.
          • To provide adequate knowledge and practices linked to match accurately those competences required in the labour market and needs of companies.
          • To contribute on improving productivity and competitiveness of companies.
          • To improve employability of workers (on their own job or just in case they would wish to look for a new one).
    • DIFFERENT FINANCED TRAINING INITIATIVES
          • Demand-driven training schemes (Credits): Training actions carried out by companies and individual training leaves.
          • Supply-driven training schemes (Subsidies): Training plans-programme contracts- aimed primarily at occupied workers.
          • Innovation & Research: Actions in support of and accompanying training.
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    • Participants trained by year of training was carried out regardless of whether of training of the budget used for their training.
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    • SOURCES OF FINANCE 2009
    • INNOVATION IS A PRIORITY FOR TRIPARTITE FOUNDATION
      • From 1995 calls for developing actions in support of and accompanying training have been maintaining budget flows in order to foster innovation on methodologies and tools to provide accurate training in employment .
    • Initiative of actions in support of and accompanying training
      • It comprises, among others, following type of actions related to research and innovation activities´:
      • Discussion, reflection and debate forums ´ aimed to exchange of experiences and elaborating proposals about training matters.
      • Transversal and multi- sectoral studies .
      • Development and adaptation of products to provide training .
    • STUDIES AND DEBATE FORUMS
          • Aimed to update available information about issues/questions of interest which have an effect both, globally and transversal,
          • about Vocational Training in Employment.
          • For instance:
          • Introduction, development and generalization of online training (FUNDACIÓN CONFEMETAL, 2008 y FESALC, 2008).
          • The using of ICT on training in employment (Currently in development by FORTEC consultants INFYDE).
          • The training in employment used on non- presence forms. (Currently in development by FORTEC consultants).
    • TESTED –ICT- TOOLS (I)
          • The studies and forums informs on following key issues to implement ICT in learning situations :
          • DIGITAL INTERACTIVE DESK : Allow to enjoy a quick presentation of digital contents; it is very useful to view and share contents in group.
          • CD ROM & DVD : Allow to combine a wide range of information kept in different digital formats (picture, illustrations ,video, animated sounds); it is very useful to present offline contents.
          • VIDEO GAMES DESKS : Allow to present contents in attractive and quick manner supported by quality images. They are particularly useful to present offline contents to groups whose have to improve motivation needs.
          • DIGITAL TV : Quality of images and sounds, allowing a kind of interacting way with user participant although it has some dependency of operator who deal with emission.
          • TABLET PC : Allow to handle texts, digital images and manual writing on the screen; they are very easy to using.
          • PDA y MOBILE PHONE : Allow to present contents wherever you use it. Anyhow, the screen side it is quite problematic. Thy are very supportive useful as a complement information process.
          • SOCIAL NETWORKS, SECOND LIFE, BOOKMARKS, BLOGS & WIKIS : Allow participants on one's own initiative enjoy learning process in a similar way to informal learning; they are very useful to planning personal training.
      TESTED –ICT- TOOLS (II)
          • In order to select right innovative ICT tools it is necessary to take into account its suitability to contents and targeted groups.
          • Combining use of different tools will allow to present contents in an easy and quick manner, in order to satisfy, in the best way, need of users.
          • It is recommended to test learning models that incorporates advantages linked to informal way of learning: the users ( workers ) have the chance to using the right tools to learn, while assuming their own responsibility for learning .
      SOME RECOMMENDATIONS USING ICT TOOLS
    • EXAMPLES OF TRAINING TOOLS
      • CRITICAL POINTS ON BAKERY AND CAKE ART ´
      • (PC &VIDEO GAME)
      • TRAINING TO SETTING UP SOLAR PANELS
      • (PC & MOBILE PHONE)
      • TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS
      • (PC & PDA)
    • USEFUL LINKS
          • CONSULTING OTHER AVAILABLE
          • RESULTS AND TOOLS:
          • http:// www.fundaciontripartita.org / index.asp?MP =57&MS=220&MN=2
          • STATISTICAL WEB PORTAL
          • http:// www.fundaciontripartita.org / index.asp?MP =6&MS=24&MN=1&r=1024*768
          • WEB PAGE TRIPARTITE FOUNDATION
          • http:// www.fundaciontripartita.org