01 janvier 2009

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

Access to lifelong learning has seen a colossal expansion in the past decades. Numerous private education and training institutions have been established, aiming specifically at adults and the state co-finances nine Regional Centres for Lifelong Learning, which offer a wide scope of training possibilities. In many cases they e.g. offer the possibility of adding on to qualifications through distance learning and a combination of on campus and distance learning. Many universities also offer similar possibilities and use both e-learning and more traditional approaches.
The nine Regional Centres for Lifelong Learning (Símenntunarmiðstöðvar) are the cornerstone of the government's continuous education and training programme.
In 2007 two institutions owned by social partners (Fræðslumiðstöð atvinnulífsins – the Education and Training Service Centre (http://frae.is) and Iðan fræðslusetur – the Vocational Education and Training Centre (http://idan.is) were working with the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture (menntamálaráðuneyti) in the establishment of quality assurance mechanism for all adult education and training, as a part of a contract involving also “real competence” assessments and training for people with little or no formal skills.
The main providers are private companies that sell their services to whoever wants to pay. In recent years, there has been a great emphasis on teaching Icelandic to immigrants and it has proven difficult to get enough teachers for the subject, especially because many of the immigrants speak no other language than their own.
Training of any kind has been very popular in recent years. Even though specific information is not available for this completely unregulated field, it appears that the biggest group seeks general education rather than VET. Re-education courses at the universities expand rapidly and every type of language course seems to be very popular. The offer of vocational courses is much smaller and there the aim seems to be towards increased specialisation or re-training at special schools.

2007年2つの機関の社会的パートナー( Fræðslumiðstöð atvinnulífsins -教育およびトレーニングサービスセンター( http://frae.is )Iðan fræðslusetur -職業教育訓練センター( http://idan.is )の所有では、との仕事をしていた契約も" "の評価をほとんどあるいは全く正式なスキルを持つ人々に真の能力に関する研修の一環として、すべての成人教育と訓練の品質保証機構の設立に文部科学省、科学と文化( menntamálaráðuneyti ) 、 。

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Aujourd'hui, 20 universités (sur 85) deviennent autonomes

20 universités sont autonomes à partir du 1er janvier 2009, et bénéficient de compétences élargies (gestion du budget, de la masse salariale et des ressources humaines) prévues par la loi sur l'autonomie. Ces vingt universités, soit le quart des universités françaises, regroupent près de 315 000 étudiants et un peu plus de 19 000 enseignants-chercheurs. Le choix des universités autonomes s'est fait sur 4 critères, qui ont servi à réaliser les audits : la gestion comptable et financière, la gestion des ressources humaines, la gestion des systèmes d'information et la gestion immobilière. Télécharger la fiche complète

20 1ère universités autonomes au 01-01-09

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http://www.20minutes.fr/: 20% des effectifs universitaires concernés
La ministre de l'Enseignement supérieur Valérie Pécresse a présenté fin juillet un bilan de la première année d'application de la loi sur l'autonomie des universités et rappelé la liste des 20 premières qui y accéderont au 1er janvier, dont «le budget sera multiplié en moyenne par 2,5». «Elles recevront chacune une subvention de 250.000 euros», a-t-elle précisé.
Il s'agit d'Aix-Marseille 2, de Cergy-Pontoise, de Clermont-Ferrand 1, de Corte, Limoges, de Lyon 1, de Marne-la-Vallée, de Montpellier 1, de Mulhouse, de Nancy 1, de Paris 5, de Paris 6, Paris 7, de La Rochelle, de Saint-Etienne, de Strasbourg 1, de Strasbourg 2, de Strasbourg 3, de Toulouse 1 et de l'université technologique de Troyes.
«L'université s'ouvre dans un dialogue avec l'entreprise, elles tissent ensemble davantage de liens, il se passe quelque chose d'inédit», a-t-elle insisté, précisant que sa loi, également appelée «loi libertés et responsabilités des universités» (LRU), touche «tous les secteurs disciplinaires» et va concerner «312.000 étudiants, soit 20% des effectifs universitaires».
http://www.liberation.fr/: Le président de l’université devient le vrai patron
Elu par les enseignants chercheurs du conseil d'administration pour un mandat de quatre ans renouvelable une fois, il devient le manager de son personnel: titularisation, détachement, délégation, avancement... Plus besoin d'en référer à l’Etat. Avec – et c'est nouveau – la possibilité d'embaucher des contractuels en CDD ou CDI pour des fonctions d’enseignement, de recherche, techniques ou administratives. Y compris des enseignants étrangers, à un salaire attractif pour eux. Les présidents pourront aussi distribuer des primes au mérite au personnel. Enfin, ils auront un droit de veto sur les recrutements d'enseignants.
http://www.hobsons.fr/: 1,9 milliard d’euros pour les 20 universités autonomes
Pour assurer une parfaite transition vers le statut autonome (le 1er janvier 2009), l’Etat joue un " rôle d’accompagnateur des Universités " . Cela se traduit par un " renforcement de l’encadrement dans les Universités ", déjà entamé en 2007. En effet, les Universités françaises comptent, en moyenne, moins de 25% de cadres A parmi leurs personnels.
Un plan de requalification des emplois a donc été engagé : dès la rentrée 2008, 721 emplois ont été requalifiés (453 emplois à la catégorie A, et 268 à la catégorie B).
L’Etat a également mis en place un plan de formation des agents, qui a débuté dès janvier 2008 et se poursuivra sur 3 ans. Ce plan, qui porte sur l’ensemble des aspects de management et de gestion, s’adresse aux personnels d’encadrement des universités et à l’encadrement supérieur. 500 agents en ont déjà bénéficié, et plus de 1500 personnels en bénéficieront au final.

http://www.liberation.fr/: Президент университета становится реальным боссом
Избираются преподавателей совета сроком на четыре года, продлен один раз, он стал менеджером своего персонала: пребывания, размещения делегаций прогресса ... Нет необходимости ссылаться на государство.
Что - и это новое - возможность найма временной или контрактной комиссия функции учебного, научно-исследовательские, технические и административные. В том числе иностранные преподаватели с привлекательной заработной платы для них.

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

Adult education within the school system offers full and part-time learning opportunities for adults who could not obtain a formal school graduation certificate of a certain level or an OKJ qualification during their compulsory schooling, or who want to attain a higher level or more specialized qualification. This kind of education is offered by public and higher education institutions at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Their training programmes offered to adults do not in general differ from the regular full time courses in terms of objectives, structure, main content, or the awarded state recognized qualifications, except for the postgraduate programmes. Postgraduate specialized programmes and doctoral degree programmes target higher education graduates to provide them more specialized or higher level training.
Assisting unemployed people and others endangered by unemployment is the prime duty of the Public Employment Service (Állami Foglalkoztatási Szolgálat, ÁFSZ) whose regional labour centres (regionális munkaügyi központ) support the training of these target groups from sources of the employment sub-fund of the Labour Market Fund. In addition, the training of unqualified adults and older people to obtain a state-recognized vocational qualification, and the vocational, general and language education of people living with disabilities can be supported by the state budget through per capita support (normatív támogatás).
The state regulates by legislation the mandatory further training system of employees in the public sector as well in some fields of the private sector where the nature of work – for example, for safety reasons or because of the constant change of regulations - necessitates it (e.g. in occupations related to gas production and services, commerce of plant and animal health chemicals, professional drivers, bookkeepers and auditors, professional hunters, etc.).
According to the adjusted calculation of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour based on the available adult training statistics, around one third of the participants of registered adult trainings, 100 000 persons, finance their own training.

http://www.oki.hu/images/felirat.png    L'educació d'adults en el sistema escolar ofereix a temps complet i parcial oportunitats d'aprenentatge per a adults que no podien obtenir un certificat de graduació de l'escola formal d'un determinat nivell de qualificació o un OKJ durant la seva escolaritat obligatòria, o que volen assolir un nivell més alt o més coneixements especialitzats .

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The impact of Lifelong Learning on Poverty Reduction

Adult education is vital in the fight against poverty but it has to work alongside other measures aimed at improving people’s lives, a detailed study of the impact of lifelong learning on poverty reduction shows.
Research commissioned by the independent Inquiry into the Future for Lifelong Learning explores the public value of such learning, not only for the individual but for the family and wider community. The evidence suggests that lifelong learning works best when it is part of a broad set of initiatives and responses to the complex challenges people face at various stages in their lives.
The detailed study, including a reanalysis of more than 15 years of research into poverty reduction, was carried out by Ricardo Sabates, Senior Research Office at the University of London’s Institute of Education. He raises key issues around the potential of lifelong in helping cut the dependency of individuals on other often costly state-funded support services.
“This is an invaluable study, not only for what it says about the positive things lifelong learning can and does bring to us all but also in identifying areas that still urgently need to be researched. Indeed, much of the paper touches on wider issues around which this Inquiry is calling for evidence, such as the impact of learning on well-being and the higher benefits different forms of learning can bring. It is the first of a series of analyses of the public value of lifelong learning.
“Clearly, lifelong learning can help substantially to reduce poverty through the impact it can have on so many aspects of people’s lives. We need to ensure that learning opportunities are offered in such a way as to reach all these aspects.”  Read Dr Sabates' paper here

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Trouver la liste complète de tous les masters professionnels sur la base de données pour les diplômes universitaires réalisée pa

Trouver la liste complète de tous les masters professionnels sur la base de données pour les diplômes universitaires réalisée par le SIO sup de l'Université de Bourgogne
Cette base de données recense toutes les formations universitaires de France.
Elle a été réalisée et est administrée par le Service d'Information et d'Orientation de l'Université de Bourgogne. Pour toutes interrogations, adressez-vous à sio@u-bourgogne.fr
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Les masters pros sont répartis par grands domaines :
Arts, lettres, langues, sciences humaines et sociales

Droit, administration, économie, gestion, science politique, management

Sciences, technologies, santé, sport
Il n'existe aucun autre recensement exhaustif, ni aucune liste complète des masters professionnels en dehors de cette base de données, à notre connaissance.

Find a list of all professional masters on the basis of data for academic qualifications conducted by ORC sup at the University of Burgundy. The database lists all universities in France: Arts, literature, languages, humanities and social sciences, Law, administration, economics, management, political science, management, Science, technology, health, sport.

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31 décembre 2008

Voeux 2009 de Valérie Pécresse, Ministre de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche

François Fillon a donné le ton : en temps de crise, les voeux du gouvernement doivent être économes. Valérie Pécresse et Christine Boutin ont suivi la consigne avec une carte de voeux sous forme vidéo.

Carte de voeux 2009

Valérie PECRESSE, Ministre de l'Enseignement supérieur confirme à Bernard DEPIERRE, une dotation exceptionnelle de 20 millions d'euros pour l'université de Dijon.

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

The primary aim of CVET in Greece is the development and improvement of the qualifications and skills of unemployed and working people and the creation of new jobs. The definition of CVET and adult education and their forms and functions are provided mainly by recent laws that have introduced important policy developments.
The most important aim of lifelong education is to constitute a dynamic policy factor for social integration. Accordingly, a series of programmes focusing on socially vulnerable and disadvantaged groups are being implemented and promoted.
Despite the policy statements and the actions that have been taken, Greece, along is among the European Union member countries that rank lowest in the field of citizen participation in Lifelong Learning training and education programs at the age group of 24-64. Greece’s participation percentage is only 3.6%, when at the same time the average European participation is 10.8%.
OAED is the major body responsible for implementing continuing vocational training programmes in order to cover the needs of the unemployed who require specialisation in order to find work. The main focus of OAED is to develop and/or expand upon existing continuing vocational training courses with a view to making a more effective intervention in the labour market and covering the needs of the largest possible number of interested persons in training services.
The Account for Employment and Vocational Training (Logariasmos gia tin Apascholisi kai Epangelmatiki Katartisi, LAEK) is a major mechanism of CVET at the initiative of enterprises in Greece. This account has decisively contributed to the reinforcement of vocational training and employment policies. The financial resources of LAEK come from the joint contributions of both employers and employees, which amount to 0.45% of the total salary of each employee and are collected by the Social Security Institute (Idryma Koinonikon Asfaliseon, IKA).
Διαφήμιση Ο Λογαριασμός για την Απασχόληση και την Επαγγελματική Κατάρτιση (Logariasmos GIA κασσίτερος Apascholisi kai Epangelmatikis Κατάρτισης, ΛΑΕΚ) είναι ένα σημαντικό μηχανισμό Cveta με πρωτοβουλία των επιχειρήσεων στην Ελλάδα. Ο λογαριασμός αυτός έχει συμβάλει αποφασιστικά στην ενίσχυση της επαγγελματικής κατάρτισης και των πολιτικών απασχόλησης. Οι χρηματοδοτικοί πόροι του ΛΑΕΚ προέρχονται από την κοινή συνεισφορά των εργοδοτών και των εργαζομένων, οι οποίες ανέρχονται σε 0,45% του συνολικού μισθού κάθε εργαζόμενου και συλλέγονται από το Ινστιτούτο Κοινωνικής Ασφάλισης (Idryma Koinonikon Asfaliseon, ΙΚΑ).

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

Continuing education and training is understood to be the continuation or resumption of organised learning following completion of an initial phase of education of varying scope. In addition to continuing ‘vocational’ education/training, this includes continuing general and political education, which is subsumed under the heading of ‘adult education’. The field of CVET in Germany is characterised by: a pluralism of providers, a largely market character, and a comparatively minimal degree of regulation by the state. Only a small part of provision leads to a formal vocational qualification.
In July 2004, the Federation and the Länder adopted a joint strategy for lifelong learning to encourage and support learning for all citizens of all ages and at all stages in their lives which takes place at different locations with different teaching forms. Lifelong learning includes all formal, non-formal and informal learning.
Promotion of CVET for unemployed people and those at risk of unemployment is the responsibility of the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit - BA). The BA is under the jurisdiction of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales - BMAS).
There are a large number of collective agreements that contain training provisions (often in conjunction with other issues requiring regulation such as industrial safety and environmental protection, personnel and skills development, company and work organisation, remuneration arrangements, working hours etc.).
There are group-specific differences in participation similar to those seen in formal, organised CVET, i.e., salaried employees who have not completed any form of formal vocational training, blue-collar workers, foreign nationals and women are the most underrepresented groups in informal CVET.
Patuloy na edukasyon at pagsasanay ay naiintindihan na ang pagpapatuloy o pagpapatuloy ng pag-aaral ng mga sumusunod na inayos na pagkumpleto ng mga unang bahagi ng pag-aaral ng iba't ibang saklaw. Sa karagdagan sa mga patuloy na 'bokasyonal' edukasyon / pagsasanay, kabilang dito ang patuloy na pangkalahatan at pampulitikang edukasyon, kung saan ay subsumed sa ilalim ng heading na 'adult na pag-aaral'.

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Universités: La formation continue dans le cadre de la formation tout au long de la vie et la VAE

Source : http://www.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/.
Dans une perspective de formation professionnelle ou personnelle, il est possible d'alterner des périodes de formation et d'activité.
Salariés, demandeurs d'emploi et, plus largement, tous les adultes désireux de se former, de faire un bilan de compétences ou de faire valider leur expérience peuvent trouver des réponses à l'Éducation nationale. Aux niveaux scolaire et universitaires, des formations diplômantes et qualifiantes sont ouvertes à tous les publics adultes qui souhaitent reprendre des études ou compléter leur formation.
En tant qu'agents publics, les enseignants et personnels administratifs de l'Education nationale disposent aussi de droits à la formation continue.

La formation continue des adultes dans l'enseignement supérieur
La formation continue constitue l'une des missions principales des établissements d'enseignement supérieur (universités et écoles d'ingénieurs) qui, avec plus de 300 000 stagiaires formés chaque année, sont devenus un acteur majeur du secteur.
La formation continue universitaire
Les dispositifs de financement
La validation des acquis dans l'enseignement supérieur
Le D.A.E.U.
Le droit individuel à la formation dans l'enseignement supérieur

La validation des acquis de l'expérience [V.A.E.]

La validation des acquis de l'expérience est une mesure permettant à toute personne de faire valider les acquis de son expérience pour obtenir un diplôme ou un titre inscrit au "Répertoire national des certifications professionnelles".
Fonctionnement de la V.A.E.

Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche

Tiếp tục giáo dục là một trong những nhiệm vụ chính của giáo dục đại học cơ sở giáo dục (các trường đại học kỹ thuật và trường học), trong đó, với hơn 300 000 sinh viên được đào tạo mỗi năm, đã trở thành một người chơi lớn trong các lĩnh vực. Hoạt động của các VAE

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

The Finnish education system is built on the principle of lifelong learning so as to provide opportunities for further study for people of all ages and with any previous level of education. Both certificate-oriented and non-certificate-oriented forms of education and training are available for adults. Some of these include education and training specifically for adults leading to initial qualifications, whereas others cover additional and continuing education and training.
Higher education comprises polytechnics and universities. The former are experts in working life and its development, whereas universities focus on scientific research and education based on such research.
Universities also provide specialisation studies to complement the degree system and promote professional development. Universities offer other forms of continuing education, which are usually implemented by continuing education centres operating in conjunction with them.
Open University studies are open to all participants irrespective of their educational background. Subject to certain conditions, Open University students are also entitled to apply for full-degree studies.
Labour market training is part of active labour policy and is divided into 2 main parts: vocational training, and career guidance and preparatory training. The former develops the vocational skills of participants and about half of provision leads to a formal educational qualification. Certificate-oriented studies provided as labour market training include training for initial, further or specialist vocational qualifications and, subject to certain conditions, upper secondary school studies and education leading to polytechnic and university degrees. The objective of career guidance and preparatory training is to find appropriate employment and educational options for each individual.
In-service training is promoted both in legislation and through general incomes policy agreements. The law encourages the use of in-service training in situations where an enterprise’s production structure changes so that staff competences no longer match the enterprise’s operational models. The Act on Co-operation within Undertakings requires enterprises with at least 30 employees to draw up annual training plans and to update them where the number of employees is reduced due to lower production.
While participation in CVET may be individually motivated, most participants will receive funding subsidies from the state, municipalities or employers.
Edun etusivulle TEXT VERSIONSuomen koulutusjärjestelmä on perustuttava elinikäisen oppimisen periaatetta, jotta tarjota edelleen opiskella kaiken ikäisille ja mahdolliset aiemmat koulutustaso.Both certificate-oriented and non-certificate-oriented forms of education and training are available for adults. Molemmat todistus suuntautunut ja ei-todistus tähtäävän koulutuksen muodoissa ja koulutusta on tarjolla aikuisille. Some of these include education and training specifically for adults leading to initial qualifications, whereas others cover additional and continuing education and training. Jotkut näistä ovat koulutus ja koulutus erityisesti aikuisille johtaa alkuperäisen pätevyyttä, kun taas toiset kattaa lisä-ja jatko-koulutukseen.

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