14 mai 2019

Sujet Tuto Réforme #6 : mobiliser son CPF pour un projet de transition professionnelle

Par . Le projet de transition professionnelle, c’est pour qui, c’est pour quoi, cela se passe comment ? Dans quelle mesure le compteur CPF finance t-il le projet ?
Quelles évolutions par rapport au « congé individuel de formation ». Plus...

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Le Fongecif fait le point sur le CPF projet de transition professionnelle

Orientation Pays de la LoirePendant le mois d’avril 2019, le Fongecif Pays de la Loire a organisé des réunions d’information sur la réforme de la formation professionnelle à destination des organismes de formation. L’occasion de faire le point sur le nouveau Compte personnel de formation Projet de transition professionnelle (CPF TP) et de comprendre les modifications induites, tant pour le Fongecif que pour les organismes de formation. Plus...

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Actualités des métiers : professions bancaires

Orientation Pays de la LoireParmi les publications sur les secteurs, les filières économiques et les branches professionnelles repérées pour vous, découvrez tout particulièrement une analyse sur la transformation des métiers de la Banque. Des sites internet sur la Construction, l’enseignement agricole et les services à la personne mais aussi des articles sur la Fonction RH et l’éditions de logiciels ainsi que des études sur la filière Culture, communication, médias et loisirs et la Logistique ont également retenu notre attention. Plus...

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CEP : Un service gratuit de conseil et d’accompagnement

Orientation Pays de la Loire

Créé par la loi du 5 mars 2014 relative à la formation professionnelle, à l’emploi et à la démocratie sociale et modifié par la loi du 5 septembre 2018 pour la liberté de choisir son avenir professionnel, le Conseil en évolution professionnelle a pour ambition de favoriser l’évolution et la sécurisation du parcours des personnes actives.
Le Conseil en évolution professionnelle (CEP) est un dispositif d'accompagnement gratuit et personnalisé offrant à chaque actif une opportunité de faire le point sur sa situation professionnelle et engager, le cas échéant, une démarche d'évolution professionnelle.  Il vise à accroître ses aptitudes, ses compétences et ses qualifications, en facilitant notamment son accès à la formation. Plus...

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Cultural Similarities and Differences in the Design of University Websites

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Ewa Callahan: Cultural Similarities and Differences in the Design of University Websites, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication November 7, 2005

I'm not sure how useful this is, but I nonetheless found this exploration of cultural differences in university websites fascinating. "Certain characteristics occurred more frequently than in other countries: use of photos in Sweden, art depiction in Greece, use of animation in Malaysia and Ecuador, pastel colors in Japan, etc." More...

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The Canadian Move Toward Open Access

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Michael Geist: The Canadian Move Toward Open Access November 7, 2005

Follows up on Arthur Carty's editorial a couple weeks ago advocating an open research agenda in Canada. The author makes the (accurate) point that the canadian research environment could be much more open, and that policy and legislation is tending to close it more than to open it. "The failure to include policy reforms to facilitate the unlocking knowledge is an embarrassment," he writes. "Canada has a world class Internet infrastructure and has experienced impressive growth in university based research and development.... If Canada is to maintain that growth, we should follow the advice of our new national science advisor. Science and research success depends on tearing down barriers, not erecting them. A national commitment to open access is the right place to start." Hear hear. More...

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Academic Bloggers – Blog and Perish?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Bill Ives: Academic Bloggers – Blog and Perish?, Portals and KM November 7, 2005

More coverage of (the dangers of) academic blogging. Some people still ask, "What is the purpose of broadcasting one's unfiltered thoughts to the whole wired world?" If such a person had followed this forum over the ten years of its existence, they would have no such question. And they understand why running the risk of being wrong, or appearing stupid, in public is well worth the reward. More...

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Digital Utes

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Jenny Levine: Digital Utes, The Shifted Librarian November 7, 2005

Another Pew report (is this a new one? I've lost track - they must be paid by the piece). The usual: "12 to 17-year-olds look to web tools to share what they think and do online. It also said they were much more likely than adults to read and have a weblog. The report found that those who did have blogs were far more likely to remix and share music and images." Summary with links to articles and commentary. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 10:17 - - Permalien [#]

Identity 2.0

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Dick Hardt: Identity 2.0, OSCON 2005 November 7, 2005

I have been sitting on this widely circulated video for a while, waiting to actually view it before passing it along in this list. Now that I actually have viewed it, I can pass it along with an enthusiastic recommendation. Much of what the author, Dick Hardt, says about identity has been echoed in these pages. Moreover, the 2.0 of Identifty 2.0 is the same as the 2.0 of e-learning 2.0 - it means an end to walled gardens, user control, transparent access to resources. More...

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Learning from The Web

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Adam Bosworth: Learning from The Web, ACM Queue November 7, 2005

I think this is a pretty important article, at least, the first half is, because of the advice it gives people who are trying to develop systems and standards. It repeats a mantra I have been known to utter on occasion: learn from the web. What, specifically? Well, things like this: "Simple, relaxed, sloppily extensible text formats and protocols often work better than complex and efficient binary ones." because they're easier to use, and when you want abillion people to use something, it needs to be easy. More...

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