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Conference programme

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23/09/2011
09:00–09:30
Registration
09:30–10:00
Welcome and introduction
  • Xavier Prats Monné, Deputy Director General, Directorate-General for Education and Culture, European Commission
  • Zbigniew Włodkowski, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of National Education
  • Prof. Zbigniew Marciniak, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Science and Higher Education
  • Mirosław Marczewski, General Director, Foundation for the Development of the Education System

Conference Moderator: Anna Atłas, Director of the Lifelong Learning Programme, Foundation for the Development of the Education System, Poland

10:00–10:30
Keynote speech / challenging session

HE and VET; enhancing quality through strengthening links with the wider community

Richard Lewis, former President of International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education, United Kingdom

10:30–11:30
Introduction to the workshop

3 examples of cooperation between different sectors of education:

  • Cooperation between vocational schools, HEIs and employers in the city of Warsaw, Mieczysława Nowotniak, Deputy Director of the Education Office, The Council of the Capital City of Warsaw
  • Quality Assurance in Lifelong Learning with a focus on Adult Education and Vocational Education and Training, Barbara Höller, QALLL Project Manager, Austrian Agency for Academic Cooperation OEAD
  • Individual learning pathways and flexible learning opportunities – implications for lifelong career management skills and comprehensive guidance systems, Raimo Vuorinen, Project Manager and Coordinator of European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, University of Jyväskylä, Finnish Institute for Educational Research

 

11:30–12:00
Tea / coffee break
12:00–13:30
2 parallel workshops

1. Cooperation IVET – HEIs

  • Articulating qualifications frameworks, credit systems and validation for permeability in education and training, Isabelle Le Mouillour, CEDEFOP
  • Can the ECVET be an added value to ECTS? Tomasz Saryusz-Wolski, Centre for International Education, Łódź University of Technology
  • Opportunities and challenges for permeability between VET and HE ‑ examples from Austria, Karin Luomi-Messerer, 3s research laboratory, Austria
  • Actor, Advisor, Consumer: The Role of the Social Partners in the Knowledge Triangle ‑ VET, HE and labour market in Germany, Berthold Hübers, Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training BIBB, Germany
  • Need for continuing vocational training of construction industry employees – equal chances on European Labour Market, Barbara Pużańska, Deputy Director, and Maciej Siemiątkowski, EU Funds Specialist, Polish Association of Construction Industry Employers

Moderator: João Delgado, Head of Unit for Vocational Training; Leonardo da Vinci, Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission

Rapporteur: Marek Polak, Director of the Centre for International Cooperation, Warsaw University of Technology




2. Cooperation CVET – HEIs

  • Dual university programmes – a contribution to innovation in HE and VET, Klaus Fahle, NA Director (BIBB), Germany
  • Is Lifelong Learning essential for Lifelong Employment in 2011? Michael Ryan, United Kingdom
  • Education for lifelong activity, Marek Góra, Professor of the Warsaw School of Economics
  • Engineering observatory on Competence-based Curricula for job Enhancement (Ecce), Clementina Marinoni, Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Validation of skills acquired in an informal and non-formal way, Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak, Educational Research Institute IBE, Warsaw
  • Guidance in Lifelong Learning from strategies to practice; Career guidance without barriers, Tibor Bors Borbely-Pecze, senior advisor of the Hungarian National Employment Service – National Employment Office

Moderator: Mara Brugia, Head of Area Enhanced Cooperation in VET and LLL, CEDEFOP

Rapporteur: Joanna Basztura, Leonardo da Vinci Programme, Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission

13:30–15:00
Lunch
15:00–16:00
2 parallel workshops (continuation)

Continuation of 2 parallel workshops

16:00–16:15
Tea / Coffee break
16:15–17:00
Summary reports from the workshops
  • Marek Polak, Director of the Centre for International Cooperation, Warsaw University of Technology
  • Joanna Basztura, Leonardo da Vinci Programme, Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission
  • Andrzej Kraśniewski, Secretary General of  the Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland
  • Zbigniew Marciniak, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland
18:00–19:30
Dinner