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Comunidad EPALE: Comparta los proyectos sobre el aprendizaje en el lugar de trabajo que hayan tenido éxito

17/10/2019
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Como parte de nuestro enfoque temático en el aprendizaje de adultos, EPALE quiere saber acerca de cualquier proyecto, iniciativa o programa que haya tenido éxito en el lugar trabajo.

¿Ha participado en un proyecto exitoso destinado a mejorar o introducir innovación en el aprendizaje en el lugar de trabajo? ¿Conoce alguna iniciativa que tenga por objeto formar a mentores y empleadores para que proporcionen aprendizaje en el lugar de trabajo? Invitamos a todas las personas que lo deseen, a compartir sus ejemplos de buenas prácticas y así ayudarnos a construir un recurso único y valioso sobre el tema.

El día 13 de noviembre puede compartir los resultados y proyectos que hayan tenido éxito en los comentarios que aparecen a continuación y de esta manera puede ayudar a inspirar a la comunidad de aprendizaje de adultos de toda Europa. El Coordinador Temático de EPALE, Andrew McCoshan, se encargará de la moderación en directo durante el día.

Todas las historias compartidas aquí se incluirán en un artículo de resumen sobre EPALE.

Los comentarios estarán abiertos desde el día11 de noviembre para aquellos que no puedan unirse a nosotros el día 13.

 

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Ulrike ENGELS's picture
The National Agency at BIBB has published a booklet with 10 good practice projects from Erasmus + Strategic Partnerships Vocational Training. Work-based learning is playing a particularly important role in  Strategic Partnerships. The main emphasis here is on finding innovative approaches and procedures to promote this method. This brochure provides an overview of good practice examples. It looks at the cooperation that takes place within the field of company-based training between vocational schools, companies, institutes of higher education and the social partners as well as addressing the topics of future skills requirements and the integration of entrepreneurial thinking into curricula. Other examples illustrate the necessity of supporting companies in the creation of training places, improving the quality of vocational guidance and enhancing the qualification of VET staff. 
The brochure is bilingual in German and English. 

Have a quick view on the content: 

Preface 
Work-based Learning European cooperation in educational programmes 
Good Practice 
• Promoting talent – strengthening the entrepreneurial spirit amongst young people 
• Painting Skills – transparent vocational qualifications for painting companies in the craft trades sector 
• Focus on practice – training for the modern world of work 
• The Hamburg Model – support for disadvantaged young people 
• Level up! – strengthening training for trainers in Europe 
• Soufflearning – individual in-house training for companies 
• StartApp – successfully finding trainees and retaining them as skilled workers 
• TrainCom – practice related training as a challenge for Europe 
• In demand – learning at the transition from school to working life 
• Experience meets innovation– how the young and old can achieve success together 


Magdalena O.P.S.'s picture
Hallo! Great to be with you. We are non profit organization working in the field of prevention and treatment of drug and othe addictions. Besides other networks, we are also members of ecet.eu. And thanks to funding via Erasmus+ we are sending our professionals out all over the europe to our partners. They spend one week learning how addiction is approached in different countries. 

Katharina Grilj's picture
The project Campus Basisbildung offers contents especially for individuals, who have very low literacy and maths skill. Five Austrian associations (Kunstlabor uniT Graz, VHS Floridsdorf Wien, Isop Graz, BILL Linz, Agenda Salzburg) are therefore developing a modular and competence-oriented model in which different contents are offered in six different modules. In Blended Learning mode 60 presence and self-acting e-learning units shall make it possible to eliminate individual difficulties the participants have.
Kunstlabor uniT is therefore working on a module for nursing staff focusing nursing documentation.
In the work with the participants, in a first step there will be worked on the learning goals for the module, focusing the needs and challenges of the participants in daily working life. In a second step, the participants can choose how they want to learn (different methods, in the course – at home, in groups – alone, …), what they want to learn (different offers, exercises) and in which intensity.
Very important for basic education in general and in particular for this project is, that participants learn how to learn. Taking responsibility for learning means acknowledging that both, learner and lecturer, are responsible for the learning outcomes.
The realization of the different modules will start in early 2020.
Further Information about the ongoing project:
https://www.kunstlabor-graz.at/projekte/projekt_detail?projekt_id=156743...

Andrew McCoshan's picture
Thanks Katharina, it's really interesting to see the high degree of flexibility being applied to learning here.  0 0 1 2 18 Andrew McCoshan 1 1 19 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-GB JA X-NONE

Andrew (Moderator)

valentina chizzola's picture
The #PAT4YOUNG project, which started in January 2018 and is ongoing, is a reverse-mentoring programme designed and realized by Fondazione Demarchi (Trento, Italy) in collaboration with the PA of the Autonomous Province of Trento (PAT). It aims at the exchange of skills between senior and junior public sector employees, in particular concerning the issues of digitalization and the transmission of organizational culture. Moreover, the project's innovative format addresses generational diversity in the organizational reality of the PAT through the creation of a model that is replicable in other organizations.   
Jörg Markowitsch's picture
Hi, 
 further to the collection of projects by the Network of work-based learning and apprenticeship recommended by Ida Karner I’d like to add four other good online sources on WBL/apprenticeships. 

1. The apprenticeship toolbox started as an Erasmus project by the national VET authorities from Austria, Denmark, Germany, Luxemburg and Switzerland. It offers an easy to navigate platform where you find detailed information about the countries’ apprenticeship systems in a comparative way. 
2. The national agencies responsible for international development aid of Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein and Switzerland founded the so-called Donor Committee for dual Vocational Education and Training – DC dVET. They have published a series of very good guiding documents on how to build up apprenticeships and also maintain a database with reference documents 
3. The International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship, short INAP, is an association of researchers which since 2006 holds a bi-annual international conference and publishes its conference proceedings in a book series. The last one was in March this year and the book is already out. 
4. And last but not least Cedefop’s database on apprenticeships

It’s all easy to google with the key word/titles provided above.

Cheers, 

Jörg  
Ida Karner's picture
Thematic monitoring by the Erasmus+ Education National Agency in Austria

The development and improvement of personal and professional skills are a central goal of the Erasmus+ programme. Training and continuing education create opportunities to encourage learning in the immediate work environment. The Erasmus+ programme provides the framework for developing and implementing innovative projects at a European level.

In the ‘Work-based Learning & Apprenticeships’ network, 29 European educational agencies selected ten Austrian projects on the topic of “work-based learning” from over 350 projects from around Europe. The innovative capacity of the education institutions in Austria is reflected in the results presented in a brochure.

What do technically oriented companies look for when selecting potential future employees (soft skills, technical interest, good grades)? How does digital learning work in the workplace with the support of videos? Which methods are used by education and career counselors in their everyday context and are still continued to be used? Such and similar questions were considered in the selection of best practice projects by the 29 National Agencies.

The brochure has already been published on EPALE.

Further information on the initial Work-based Learning Netzwork:
Work-based learning TOOLKIT:www.wbl-toolkit.eu
Projektwebseite Thematisches Netzwerk Work-based learning & Apprenticeships:www.net-wbl.eu
Andrew McCoshan's picture
Welcome to this opportunity to share your experiences with live moderation. We opened for posts on Monday and have already had some excellent contributions. I'm looking forward to seeing more inspiring examples from the EPALE community today.

Andrew (Moderator)