03 janvier 2009

Le nouveau site web : http://www.apprentissage.gouv.fr/

L'adresse http://www.apprentissage.gouv.fr/ mène à la Délégation générale à l'emploi et à la formation professionnelle sur le site du Logo MINEFE. Il ne faut bien sûr pas la confondre avec la page "Regard sur les dispositifs emploi et formation professionnelle", ni même avec la page "Formation professionnelle" sur le site du  Ministère du Travail, des Relations sociales, de la Famille et de la Solidarité.


C'est peut-être plus clair en japonais :

アドレスhttp://www.apprentissage.gouv.fr/全般の委任に雇用や職業訓練のため
のサイトにつながる ロゴMINEFE
。それ、もちろん、サイト上の"訓練"は、 "表示デバイスの雇用と職業訓練 " 、あるいはと混同されていません 労働部は、社会問題、家族と連帯

Ou bien plus limpide en coréen : 주소 http://www.apprentissage.gouv.fr/ 일반 위임 고용 및 사이트에 대한 직업 훈련에 대한 단서 로고 MINEFE. 그것은, 당연히의 사이트에있는 "교육" "보기 장치 취업 및 직업 교육", 혹은 심지어와 혼동해서는 안된다 노동부, 사회 실무, 가정과 연대.

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02 janvier 2009

Portugal : Continuing vocational education and training (CVET) for adults

In 2005, with the aim of raising basic qualification levels of adult population, the Portuguese Government launched the New Opportunities Initiative. Among other aspects, this initiative facilitates, with a special interest in terms of continuing vocational training, the recognition, validation and certification of acquired skills (which shall constitute the ‘entry door’ to adult vocational training). It also promotes vocational training intended for adults who have no qualifications or whose qualifications are inadequate for integration in the labour market.
During the current year, within the scope of the Agreement for Vocational Training Reform signed by the Government and its social partners, the Sistema Nacional de Qualificações (National Qualifications System – SNQ) has been created. The Catálogo Nacional de Qualificações (National Qualification Catalogue - CNQ) contains a set of standard guidelines, which are essential for the competitiveness and modernisation of economy and for the personal and social development of individuals, enabling that training solutions are thus rightly adjusted to the needs of enterprises and of the labour market.
The Conselho Nacional da Formação Profissional (National Council for Vocational Training – CNFP), which is an advisory body of the Government in terms of the conception, formulation and support of the qualification policies for the Portuguese population, within the framework of the SNQ. The Council approves the elements which constitute the CNQ.
The social partners’ involvement in the development and provision of continuing vocational training gained increased support with the signing of the Acordo sobre Política de Emprego, Mercado de Trabalho, Educação e Formação (Agreement on Policy concerning Employment, the Labour Market, Education and Training) (2001) and with the implementation of the Código do Trabalho (Labour Code).
The number of workers involved in vocational training schemes varies widely from sector to sector and depending on the size of enterprise concerned. The results of the Inquérito Comunitário à Formação Contínua nas Empresas [Community Survey of Continuing Training in Enterprises]and the Inquéritos Nacional sobre a Execução das Acções de Formação Profissional [National Surveys of the Implementation of Vocational training Activities] indicate an upward trend in participation by workers in enterprises with ten or more employees.
For people who have joined the labour market but wish to continue studying, Portuguese law establishes the rights and status of student-workers (Art. 79 of the Labour Code). Accordingly, workers are entitled to support in the form of flexible working hours (or time off work to attend classes, if necessary) and have the right to take leave of absence to attend assessment procedures.

Gabinete de Estratégia e Planeamento Em 2005, com o objectivo de elevar os níveis básicos da população adulta, o Governo Português lançou a Iniciativa Novas Oportunidades. Entre outros aspectos, esta iniciativa permite, com um interesse especial em termos de formação profissional contínua, o reconhecimento, validação e certificação de competências adquiridas (que deverá constituir a 'porta entrada "para adultos de formação profissional). Também promove a formação profissional destinados aos adultos que não têm habilidades ou cujos conhecimentos são insuficientes para a integração no mercado de trabalho.

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Formation en travail social : l'Aforts et le GNI s'allient au sein d'Unaforis

Unaforis regroupe 170 établissements de formation en travail social implantés dans 22 régions, ce qui représente quelque 3 000 emplois permanents, 50 000 étudiants accueillis dans des dispositifs de formation initiale et 70 000 stagiaires inscrits en formation professionnelle continue.
Au terme de plusieurs mois de rapprochement, les deux principales organisations représentant les établissements de formation en travail social (EFTS), l'Aforts et le GNI, ont créé une nouvelle fédération, l'Union nationale des associations de formation et de recherche en intervention sociale (Unaforis), dont l'assemblée constitutive s'est réunie le 19 décembre à Paris.
Pressenti pour prendre la tête de la nouvelle structure, l'ancien directeur de l'action sociale Pierre Gauthier, aujourd'hui directeur de l'agence régionale de l'hospitalisation (ARH) de Midi-Pyrénées, devrait voir sa nomination confirmée le 21 janvier prochain, date à laquelle le premier conseil d'administration d'Unaforis doit élire son bureau.

Parmi ses principaux objectifs, Unaforis compte, entre autres, "oeuvrer à l'inscription de l'appareil de formation (EFTS) dans l'enseignement supérieur professionnel européen (hors université)", en privilégiant notamment un modèle du type "haute école spécialisée" (HES) tel qu'il est mis en oeuvre en Belgique ou en Suisse par exemple.

   

Unaforis lists 170 training institutions in social work located in 22 regions, representing some 3 000 permanent jobs, 50 000 incoming students in initial training devices and 70 000 students enrolled in vocational training.

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Lithuania : Continuing vocational education and training (CVET) for adults

The Law on Education (Švietimo įstatymas, 1991, new edition 2003) is an umbrella law which establishes the goals and principles of the educational system, the framework for institutions, as well as the obligations of the State. It covers formal, non-formal and informal education and training, and assistance (informational, consulting and etc.) for both learners and teachers. Following the Law, the purpose of vocational training is to assist people to acquire, change or upgrade their qualifications and to prepare them to participate in the labour market.
The Provisions of the National Education Strategy 2003-2012 (Valstybinės švietimo strategijos 2003-2012 m. nuostatos) establishes a goal of at least 15% of the working age adult population should participate in some kind of education and training every year by 2012.
The Law on Support for Employment (2006) establishes that training for unemployed people (and those made redundant) is organised according to formal and non-formal vocational training programmes. Participants receive an education grant and their travelling/accommodation expenses are reimbursed during the training period.
Formal labour market training programmes are registered in the Register of Study and Training Programmes of the Ministry of Education and Science (http://www.aikos.smm.lt). Non-formal labour market training programmes for unemployed people are included in a Register controlled by the Lithuanian Labour Market Training Authority (http://www.darborinka.lt).
The legal framework contains some incentives for enterprises and employees to participate in training, although limited to tax relief. The Law on Profit Tax (2001) enables enterprises to deduct training costs from their taxable income. However this provision is not well formulated and not all employers know about this possibility (see Statistics Lithuania: http://www.stat.gov.lt).
Adults willing to upgrade their qualification may find information on all training and study programmes in the homepage of Open Information, Counseling and Guidance System (Atvira informavimo, konsultavimo ir orientavimo sistema, AIKOS): http://www.aikos.smm.lt.

 

Įstatymas dėl švietimo (Švietimo įstatymas, 1991 m., nauja redakcija 2003) yra "skėtinė" įstatymą, kuris nustato tikslus ir principus, švietimo sistemos, pagrindų institucijoms, taip pat pareigas valstybės. Ji apima formalų, neformalų bei neoficialų švietimą ir mokymą ir pagalbą (informacinę, konsultacinę ir tt.) Abiejų besimokantiesiems ir mokytojams. Po įstatymą, siekiant profesinio mokymo uždavinys yra padėti žmonėms įgyti, keisti ar atnaujinti savo įgūdžius ir paruošti juos dalyvauti darbo rinkoje. 

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Latvia : Continuing vocational education and training (CVET) for adults

Strategies for adult education in Latvia are defined by the Concept of Adult Education of Latvia (Pieaugušo izglītības koncepcija), the National Lisbon Programme for 2005/2008. Adult education should satisfy both the need for personal development and public needs. It should aim to fulfil individual needs and complement existing levels of education and training regardless of age and levels of previous education.
Some of these issues are being addressed in the Guidelines for Lifelong Learning (2007-2013) which outline the vision for 2013 in terms of the needs of different target groups; mainstream development; policy aims and results indicators; and resources available.
There is a long tradition of adult continuing education in Latvia usually with evening courses for working adults who had not completed primary or secondary education. The Law on Education (Izglītības likums 1998) stipulates that adult education should be individually chosen to encourage personal development and improve labour market competitiveness. Adults have the right to follow programmes throughout their whole life, regardless of formal levels of education.
Training programmes for unemployed people are financed from the state budget. They can also be organised according to employer proposals who are seeking employees with certain skills; where this is the case the employer must provide a job for the trained person lasting at least 1 year.
Enterprise provided training can assist employees to adapt to new tasks or to re-qualify to improve their career chances. For enterprises in Latvia participation in training is a voluntary activity and they tend to be more concerned with providing training to ensure their employees can adapt to new workplace demands and provide courses on-site or outside of the enterprise usually at private providers. The number of providers has been increasing, especially in the cities, to meet the training demands of enterprises.
There is little information on the amount of training undertaken at individual initiative in Latvia. Some universities have Continuing Education Departments which provide training for individuals. Other training options include self-education through informal study through TV and radio, audio and video cassettes, as well as computer learning.

  LIIS Logo Latvijas Izglītības Informatizācijas sistēma

Daži no šiem jautājumiem tiek aplūkoti Pamatnostādnēs Mūžizglītības (2007-2013), kas izklāsta redzējums 2013 ziņā vajadzībām dažādām mērķa grupām; mainstream attīstību; politikas mērķis un rezultātu rādītājus, un resursu pieejamību.

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01 janvier 2009

Les licences professionnelles dans la base de données Reflet du CEREQ

 La base Reflet répertorie les diplômes de l'enseignement technique et professionnel délivrés par les ministères de l'Education nationale, de l'Agriculture et de la pêche, et les directions générales de l'Action sociale et de la Santé. Elle présente l'historique des diplômes de l'enseignement technique et professionnel.
Elle contient plus de 2 600 diplômes (hors licences professionnelles) pour lesquels sont disponibles des données quantitatives tels les effectifs en dernière année de formation, les résultats aux examens... et des données qualitatives qui reposent sur un fonds documentaire alimenté par les textes réglementaires. La consultation de tableaux synthétiques sur un ensemble de séries statistiques et la constitution des généalogies graphiques (repérage de l'ancêtre de chaque diplôme) fondent l'originalité de Reflet et caractérise sa dimension historique.
Dernière publication Reflet : Les usages de la base de données REFLET, Françoise Kogut-Kubiak et Jean-Louis Kirsch . Net.Doc (Reflet), n° 40.
La base Reflet a un menu Licences professionnelles avec cinq rubriques: nouveautés, diplômes, effectifs en formation, résultats aux examens et chronologie.
Vous trouverez dans la base Reflet :

 * Les licences professionnelles délivrées depuis l'année 2000. Attention : il n'existe pas d'arrêtés d'abrogation pour les licences professionnelles. Seule la date de création du diplôme est donc connue.
 * Les effectifs d'inscrits depuis l'année scolaire 2000/2001 répartis par sexe, université et académie (France métropolitaine).
 * Les résultats aux examens (effectifs présents/admis) depuis la session de 2001, répartis par université et académie (France métropolitaine).
A noter : les Diplômes Universitaires de Technologie (DUT) sont répertoriés dans la rubrique «Education nationale».
 

De basisarealen Reflet lijsten graden van het technisch onderwijs en beroeps-certificaten uitgegeven door de ministeries van Onderwijs, Landbouw en visserij, en de algemene directies van het Sociaal en Gezondheid. Zij presenteert de geschiedenis van de diploma's in het technisch en beroepsonderwijs.

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Italy : Continuing vocational education and training (CVET) for adults

In Italy, there are two systems that provide adult education. The first falls under the responsibility of the Ministry of Education. The second, which provides continuing vocational training (Formazione Professionale Continua) for adult workers, is organised by the regional authorities.
The general system of Adult Education is financially supported on the base of resources allocated by the State, the Regions, and the local authorities; other funding can be provided by a number of public and private agencies, as well as by EU resources. Continuing training activities in Italy are implemented by a variety of agencies and institutions.
Lifelong learning in Italy is thus "disseminated" through the education, training and labour systems, and therefore the institutional jurisdiction in the programming, management and evaluation of the actions regarding lifelong learning is highly specialised. The reference context of lifelong learning (systems of education, training and labour) has been recently affected by wide-ranging reform processes.
Order No. 22 dated 6 February 2001 of the Ministry of Education "Sull'educazione degli adulti", states that the educational system must act according to procedures agreed with the vocational training and informal-education system, in order to "accompany the development of the individual, thus guaranteeing lifelong learning" in the full exercise of the right of citizenship. The right to lifelong learning, as a right of citizenship, is understood as an instrument of targeted action on social exclusion.
The growth of the Adult Education Centres has been considerable, rising from 25 in the first year of their foundation (1997) to 540 in 2003-2004.
The Adult Education Centres are located throughout Italy with an average of five centres per Province (the highest concentration is observed in Lombardy, Sicily and Campania).
The reforms introduced in Italy in recent years for the labour market, the social security and the VET system involve an overall system oriented towards “Welfare to Work”. One of the main objectives of this system is to foster the integration (or reintegration) in the labour market for the unemployed, the weaker categories or those at risk of exclusion.
According to the most recent Excelsior survey carried out by Unioncamere, Italian enterprises have nowadays more awareness of their fundamental role in training their employees, especially in the starting phase of their job. This fact confirms an existing gap between formal/school training and real vocational needs expressed by the productive system.
The activities of the Adult Education Centres are aimed not only at courses for the attainment of educational qualifications, but also for the reception, listening and guidance, as well as the primary, functional and adult literacy, the learning of language skills, the development and consolidation of basic skills and know-how, the recovery and development of cultural and relational skills both suited to the activity of participation in social life, and to the return to training of persons in marginal conditions.

link al sito di progetto

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Découvrez le nouveau logiciel de SIFAC de l'AMUE

nouveau logiciel de gestion financière et comptable

Découvrez le nouveau logiciel de Système d’Information Financier, Analytique et Comptable (SIFAC) de l'Agence de Mutualisation des Universités et Etablissements (AMUE).
24 établissements ont confirmé leur choix de prendre Sifac en 2010, troisième vague d’implantation du nouveau système d’information financier, analytique et comptable. Retours sur les conditions de déploiement du logiciel et l’accompagnement de l’Amue.

Le projet de réalisation d'un nouveau système de gestion financière et comptable s'est décomposé en 5 phases :2007 > construction du logiciel comprenant une phase de conception et une phase de vérification d'aptitude. Première vague > 1er janvier 2008 : 12 établissements pilotes basculent sur Sifac. Deuxième vague > 1 janvier 2009 : le logiciel sera implantés dans 34 établissements.Troisième vague > 1er janvier 2010 : 24 établissements ont à ce jour confirmés le choix Sifac. Quatrième vague > 2011 : dernière année du déploiement en établissement...

24校の決定は2010年に、金融情報、分析と会計の新制度
実施の第3の波Sifacを取ることを確認している。
 ソフトウェアの導入に伴う戻り値とEUAM 。財務管理と会計の新しいソフトウェア

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Ireland : Continuing vocational education and training (CVET) for adults

Continuing vocational education and training (CVET) is a rapidly growing part of the Irish VET system. It caters for a diverse range of learners and fields of learning and takes place in a range of locations, including Institutes of further education, training centres, community-based learning centres and in the workplace.
The governments’ National Anti-Poverty Strategy (NAPS), identified education and training as central to addressing poverty, and targeted investment and support for individuals and groups with inadequate literacy and numeracy skills. In 2005 the Educational Disadvantage Committee (EDC), issued a report entitled, ‘Moving beyond Educational Disadvantage’. This looked at disadvantage on a lifelong curve and made specific recommendations in relation to adult and community education.
While most entrants to third-level and higher education are school leavers, government policy is to encourage greater participation by mature and second-chance learners. Priority has been given to increasing participation from persons from traditionally under-represented groups such as students from disadvantaged backgrounds and Travellers. To achieve this special arrangements have been put in place in various universities, including access officers, alternative entrance qualification requirements and special foundation or preparatory courses. A number of other initiatives have been established, including the special links with second-level schools. Students with disabilities are supported with technical education aids and supports. The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (DETE) is responsible for developing continuing vocational training (CVT) policies for the unemployed.
Government policy has long been that CVET for persons at work is primarily the responsibility of employers, who are the main source of funds for training for the employed, through their direct funding of in-company training and their financial contributions to the National Training Fund (NTF).
FÁS runs a range of fee-paying evening courses in its training centres aimed at employed workers and the general public who wish to update their skills. If the trainee is unemployed or is from a recognised disadvantaged group no fee is charged. In many cases the employer sponsors the training or pays or reimburses the cost of these courses. In addition to the publicly-provided CVET, commercial training providers offer courses to the general public and individual learners can avail of fee paying courses in for instance, language and IT skills provided by these companies.

Roinn Fiontar, Trádalá agus Fostaíochta

  培训就业局运行一系列付费晚间课程的培训中心,旨在劳动者和一般公众谁要更新他们的技能。 如果学员是失业或是来自弱势群体认识到不收费的。 在许多情况下,雇主赞助的培训或国家或报销的费用,这些课程。 除了公开提供CVET ,商业供应商提供培训课程,一般公众和个人学习者可以利用的付费课程,例如,语言和信息技术技能提供了这些公司。

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Les Assises de la VAE en Bretagne

Les Assises de la VAE en Bretagne ont réuni le 15 décembre près de 300 personnes au Triangle à Rennes. Ces rencontres auront permis à tous les professionnels présents d'échanger sur les pratiques de VAE en Bretagne. Les résumés ainsi que les supports des interventions sont disponibles en téléchargement.
Les ppt des interventions
. Quelques extraits :
Le plan de professionnalisation du réseau VAE en universités, par Jean-Marie FILLOQUE, Vice Président chargé de la FTLV  de l‘Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Président de la Conférence des Directeurs de Service Universitaire de Formation Continue.

Les chiffres de la VAE en Bretagne.
RNCP, certifications et VAE. Télécharger-->
Résumés de toutes les interventions des "Assises de la VAE en Bretagne".
Dossier de Presse
des Assises de la VAE.
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