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EMC-LM 3rd empowering event introduction by George Ubachs, EADTU

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EMC-LM 3rd empowering event introduction by George Ubachs, EADTU

  1. 1. European MOOCs for the Labour Market CC-BY 4.0 1
  2. 2. 2 3,000 MOOCs 400 higher education institutions 5 Languages
  3. 3. EMC-LM will: •Strengthen the partners in the knowledge alliance by sharing experience and expertise on MOOCs and digital education and training •Create a framework for structural collaboration on developing, delivering and using MOOCs, to meet the needs of the EU labour market •Provide more high quality MOOCs and digital education and training opportunities for the European labour market •Implement a more structured outreach for continuous education and training and career development for the EU labour market •Enhance the European workforce in terms of employability, innovation and entrepreneurship •Raise the competitiveness of regions and member states •Bring into practice the Modernisation and Skills Agendas of the European Commission
  4. 4. EMC-LM is about empowering universities, employment services and companies in developing, delivering and using MOOCs for the EU labour market Integrate MOOCs and digital education and training in current offerings EU-wide by collaboration in the EMC-LM knowledge alliance. From MOOC platforms, this requires not only services to universities, but also to employment services and companies/SMEs in a two-way direction: (co-)development and (co-) delivery, meeting the needs of the end-users.
  5. 5. Methodology: EMC platforms support the integration of MOOCs for the labour market by - Creating models for collaboration with public and private labour market parties - (Co-)development and (co-) delivery of MOOCs for the EU-labour market, meeting the needs of the end-users. - Assessing possible connections of current MOOCs offerings with the needs of individual learners, PES learners and in company-learners. - Exploring modes of integration: MOOCs as stand-alone courses; MOOCs as flexible pathways to broader educational/training programs; MOOCs as part of in company training. - Developing collaboration models in the development/adaptation, delivery and use of MOOCs for the EU labour market - Dealing with issues of translation and localisation Pilots leading to a strong collaboration between the MOOC platforms, universities, employment services and companies will demonstrate the relevance/validity, the quality and the scalability of MOOCs for employment and innovation.
  6. 6. Developments since the start of the project -The Common Microcredential Framework -Microcredentials development in Europe -New concepts of programmes -Harmonisation of qualifications
  7. 7. Overzicht slide CMF
  8. 8. Way forward Ongoing: Consultations covering education and training and labour market stakeholders Commission proposal for a Council Recommend ation in December 2021
  9. 9. Co-creation with external stakeholders •Needs analysis •Content co-creation •Course evaluation •Internship providers •Recognition and professional accreditation •Employment prospects •Research and innovation opportunities •Financial sponsors, …
  10. 10. From learning unit to degree programme Volume (ECTS) Level Award Learning unit/micro-learning Less than 1 ECTS Undergraduate EQF level 5, 6 Postgraduate EQF level 7,8 a badge/proof of attendance (can be part of a course or stackable to a course) A single course A microcredential course A single MOOC with credits Number of ECTS credits awarded to the course Undergraduate EQF level 5, 6 Postgraduate EQF level 7,8 ECTS course credits (stackable to a programme) CMF- microcredential programme MOOC pathway 4-6 ECTS Undergraduate EQF level 5, 6 Postgraduate EQF level 7,8 microcredential gradeo (stackable in a microcredential programme or a degree programme) Microcredential programme Microdegree programme MOOC-based programme 20-40 ECTS Undergraduate EQF level 5, 6 Postgraduate EQF level 7,8 undergraduate/postgraduatcertificate Microdegree, specialisation certificate expert certificate, certified, professional programme, focus diploma, Diploma(stackable to degree programme Degree programme (bachelor/master/docto rate) 180 ECTS 60-90-120 ECTS 240 (180) ECTS Undergraduate EQF level 5, 6 Postgraduate EQF level 7,8 short cycle graduate bachelor/master degree doctorate degree CC-BY-SA4.0 13
  11. 11. What do MOOC platforms add to the universities and the labour market? • MOOC platforms offer an interface and a structured dialogue between universities and private or public sectors, enterprises and employment agencies; • MOOC platforms support universities in the design, development and delivery of MOOCs and microcredential programmes; • MOOC platforms are able to deliver comprehensive services for the organisation of high quality continuous professional development of the workforce with sectors, enterprises and agencies; • MOOC platforms can build specific education and training platforms for a company, a sector or a professional organization, e.g. a dedicated company space, a white label platform or other specific arrangements; • MOOC platforms can co-create specific education and training provisions for sectors end enterprises; • By flexibility and scalability, MOOC platforms are able to reduce the cost of provisions.
  12. 12. Goals of today’s event, the 3rd Empowering seminar of EMC-LM • Building on innovative approaches to accelerated digital continuing education, professional development, and career development for the labour market by MOOCs and microcredentials • Exploring archetypes of learners in the labour market and their impact on personalised courses for online learning • Demonstrating examples of good practices in the co-creation of courses with higher education institutions, enterprises and labour market organizations • Setting up a continuous dialogue and plans with enterprises, public employment services, and higher education institutions for the co-creation of microlearning units and courses for learners in employment • Launching a portal for MOOCs and microcredentials for the labour market

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