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ANCCP Erasmus + Strategic Plan- 2014-2016
Transcript of ANCCP Erasmus + Strategic Plan- 2014-2016
Strategic Plan - 2014-2016
At european level:
A. Thematic part.
It is divided in 2 main
Who are we?
member of CEOE, is the National Association that represents the
Spanish Training Centres approved to issue Certificates of Professionalism.
This instrument officially accredits professional skills that enable the development of a working activity and assures employers, customers, students, and the public in general that the certificate holder is competent and professional in a specific activity.
is formed by accredited training centers that issue Professional Certificates within the
26 professional families that currently exist in Spain
Which are our objectives?
To promote and coordinate the activity of our members
in order to defend their rights and interests with the Administration and other organizations at national and international level
To encourage associate centers
to boost proper employment for their students from partner centers with special emphasis on the most disadvantaged groups (young, unemployed and disabled)
To promote relations between Administration and partner institutions
To Promote collaboration with other centers, both Spanish and from other countries in the European Union
, through building an international network for the implementation of projects and the achievement of common goals in the European scene regarding to Professional Certificates
To defend the issue of Certificates of Professionalism
only from the authorized centers
To provide practical support and information services to our members
is the EU Program in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020
supports EU transparency and recognition tools – in particular the European Qualifications Framework (EQF)
KEY ACTION 2 – COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION AND THE EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES supports especially
What do we expect?
aims to promote the european collaboration between training and formation organizations that issue Professional Certificates around Europe.
The origin of all these organizations is the result of the development of a European Qualifications Framework (EQF). The EQF aims to relate different countries national qualification systems’ into a common European reference framework. It also promotes workers' and learners' mobility between countries and facilitates their lifelong learning.
Individuals and employers will be able to use the EQF for better understanding and comparing the different qualification levels existing in the different countries. Since 2012, all new qualifications issued in Europe carry a reference that matches with an appropriate EQF level.
Which are our objective?
To encourage and support Centers
in order to strength European cooperation in the field of training related to Professional Certification.
To create a European platform
of exchange among centers around Europe to discuss about our different interest and common problems.
Focus Area 1:
Transnational Strategic Partnerships
aimed to develop initiatives addressing one or more fields of education training and youth and to promote innovation, exchange of experience and know-how between different kinds of organizations involved in education, training and youth or in other relevant fields.
Focus Area 2: ICT
(Information and Communication Technology) project
IT support platforms
, such as e-Twinning, the European Platform for Adult Learning (EPALE) and the European Youth Portal, offering virtual collaboration spaces, databases of opportunities, communities of practices and other online services for teachers, trainers and practitioners in the field of school and adult education as well as for young people, volunteers and youth workers across Europe and beyond
How to reach these goals?
is trying to reach all of these goals through participation in
as an opportunity to make a significant change in our organizations and aims to develop a key role within european training and formation scene in the next two years
strategic plan is based in the structure of
and is divided in 2 main parts:
B. Organizational part:
This part gives a clear and concrete insight about how do we see the
organizational structure in two years.
is a young association with only six months of trajectory, which means that we do not have a own portfolio of projects. However, some of our associates have managed European projects in the past as leaders and as partners,
for over 20 years,
and have a solid demonstrable experience in the field of education and social dialogue. Based on this experience we have analyzed our resources and structural challenges and have developed an anual working plan for 2014.
In line with the objectives of the call for proposals under the Key action 2: “COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION AND THE EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES”
• Strategic Partnerships in the field of education, training and youth
• Knowledge Alliances
• Sector Skills Alliances
• Capacity Building in the field of youth
Enhancing the quality and relevance of the learning
offer in education, training and youth work by developing. New and innovative approaches and supporting the
dissemination of best practices
Fostering the provision and the assessment of key-competences,
including basic skills and transversal skills, particularly entrepreneurship, languages and digital skills
Increasing labor market relevance
of learning provision and qualifications and reinforcing links between education, training or the youth fields with the world of work
Promoting take-up of innovative practices
in education, training and youth by supporting personalized learning approaches, collaborative learning and critical thinking, strategic use of information and Communication technologies (ICT), open educational resources (OER), open and flexible learning, virtual mobility and other innovative learning methods
Promoting structured inter-regional and cross-border cooperation
: enhancing the commitment of local and regional public authorities in the qualitative development of the education, training and youth fields
• Enhancing the professional development of those working or active in the education, training and youth fields by innovating and increasing the quality and range of initial and continuing training, including new pedagogies,
ICT-based methodologies and use of OER
Improving the capacities of organizations
active in the fields of education, training and youth, notably in the areas of strategic development, organizational management, leadership, quality of learning provision, internationalization, equity and inclusion, qualitative and targeted activities for specific groups
Fostering equity and inclusion
in education, training and youth, to enable quality learning for all as well as to prevent drop-out and promote participation of disadvantaged groups in society
Promote entrepreneurship education
to develop active citizenship, employability and new business creation (including social entrepreneurship), supporting future learning and career paths for individuals in line with Their personal and professional development
• Increasing participation in learning and employability by
developing quality career guidance, counseling and support services
Facilitating the transition of learners
through different levels and types of formal/non-formal education and training through the use of European reference tools for the recognition, validation and transparency of competences and qualifications
• Activities that
strengthen the cooperation between organizations
with a view to establishing exchanges of practices.
• Activities that promote the development,
testing and/or implementation of innovative practices
in the field of education, training and youth;
• Activities that facilitate the
recognition and validation of knowledge, skills and competences
acquired through formal, non-formal and informal learning.
• Activities of
cooperation between regional authorities
to promote the development of education, training and youth systems and their integration in actions of local and regional development.
• Transnational initiatives
fostering entrepreneurial mind-sets and skills,
to encourage active citizenship and entrepreneurship (including social entrepreneurship).
Formed by any kind of organization which develop training and formation with the aim of issuing Certificates of Professionalism related to the National Qualification system with the quality criteria needed to present
We choose ICT project but possibly we could select too other of the following activities to submitted
projects next year:
To support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices at organizational, local, regional, national or European levels
We contact with
organizations introduced by European contacts of our associated centers who work in EU projects and EU administration, EU committee from CEOE.
organizations to make a preparatory visit in October 2014 to exchange experiences and to validation of ICT project and selects other possible subjects for 2014-2015 projects
PREPARATORY VISIT AGENDA (proposed Madrid)
Two days meeting
• Welcome to partners - first discussions
• Discussion and validation of projects
• Introduction of the idea of the ICT project - Project context and possible clues to the presentation of
• Transfer of Innovation - the presentation of the possible transfers
• Presentation of each partner - Needs and Expectations - National context and perspectives– discussion and exchanges
• Presentation / Discussion: existing resources (number of existing projects that allow the transfer of innovation, tools and services, training content, practice ...) - The identification of the first issues
• Common Interest - General discussion between the partners
• Preparation of future forms
• List and supply of basic administrative data and required documents (surveys, statistics, articles, national contexts ...) - Validation of the contents and main objectives: needs and European added value - the operational objectives - defining the (national and regional EU) requested network
• Description of the work plan and task forces - Budget
• Completion of the management process: assessment - with expected results - Strategies and recovery steps (first listed diffusion) - Evaluation Process
ICT (Information and Communication Technology) PROJECT
are planning to submit different projects for the
calls 2015 together with our future partners. The consortium that we want to form will consist of accredited training and educational centers that impart Professional Certificates based on the Qualification National System. We have already selected one project in line with
one of the policy priorities of the annual Work Program adopted by the Commission
Even though some EU countries have already developed ICT systems for the on-line training to get the professional certificates, others, like Spain, are still making their first steps.
we have already started with the e-learning classroom accreditation.
However, before preparing any project proposal, we would like to know how other EU countries are working on this subject and develop a network in order to exchange experiences, good practices, knowledge, services, training content, tools…
There are 3 main facts that make this project interesting
at a European level
A. Propose a common model of blended methodology
for all the EU countries. It would valid for every existing open platform and would permit a unique way of mobility control for professionals between EU Member States
B. Propose a serie of minimum common contents
for the blended training methodology in all the EU countries in order to preparing skilled professionals
C. Propose a sector transfer.
Every country partner must test, evaluate and validate a pilot course with the blended methodology for different professional certifications
Enhancing Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) uptake in teaching and learning, through the support of learning and access to open educational resources (OER) in the education and training fields, supporting ICT-based teaching and assessment practices and by promoting the transparency of rights and obligations of users and producers of digital content.
The members of the consortium are expected to be National Organizations involved in Professional Certification Training sector.
This initiative comes directly from the training sector that is close to the labour market and it knows the real needs that labour maker has at this moment.
This blended methodology fits on the related legislation criteria
of professional certification training that several countries on the UE are developing.
3. We consider that we should start working with EU countries that have already developed e-learning training for professional certification in order to facilitate the work of
standardization for a common European model.
A free e-learning platform for centers that issues Certifications of Professionalism, with blended methodology based on ICT, common for all the UE members.