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EBTN European Projects ASB – Association of Serbian Banks 30 th September, 2010 Mario Spatafora EBTN President
European Banking and Financial Services Training Association A. s. b. l. (EBTN) No profit Association Established on November 4, 1991 in Luxembourg
Prof. Mario SPATAFORA President EBTN – European Banking & Financial Services Training Association Asbl General Secretary FINANCE & BANKING – Organizational and HR Development Association (Rome - Italy) Professor in “Organizational Development and Long-life Learning” FACULTY OF TRAINING SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF “ROMA TRE”
EBTN MEMBERS No profit Associations & Institutions involved in Banking and Financial Services Education and Training related to the Banking and Financial Sectors FULL MEMBERS n. 36 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS n. 11 AFFILIATE MEMBERS n. 2
FULL MEMBERS Associations, Institution or Companies having established relationship with: Ø Representative National FSS Associations OR Ø The majority of the National FSS Institutions providing banking & financial education or training OR whose objectives are related to FSS education & training
EBTN STRUCTURE EBTN MEMBERS Banking Associations GENERAL MEETING Definition of Strategies BOARD OF DIRECTORS Strategies Implementation EBF & BCESA EXEC. COMM. Manag Activities European Commission ADVISORY COUNCIL Composed by External Experts ACCREDITATION and/or CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE EBTN CONSULTIVE COMMITTEES Final Technical Decision Technical Expert Group EFCB T. E. G EDBM National Expert T. E. G. COMPL. National Expert T. E. G. …. . Conferences & Workshops Surveys & Studies Financial Education / Literacy
EBTN: a bridge between the world of education, training and work VISION CREATING A COMMON EUROPEAN EDUCATION & TRAINING CULTURE WITHIN THE BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR. THE MAIN EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR ACCREDITATION & CERTIFICATION OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & COMPETENCIES IN THE BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR. MISSION
EBTN PURPOSES To liaise with EU Authorities Wide approach to Education & Training Exchange Best Practice Accreditation & Certification Enhance the Professionalism Harmonization & Professional Standards
EBTN EUROPEAN PROJECTS VEBS EFCB European Foundation Certificate in Banking Virtual European Banking School LOBSTER €QUALIFISE EQF Levelling EUROBANQUA Learning Organization Quality Assurance CERTIFIED Certification system based on Competences QUALOBSTER Quality Ass. in L. O. QUADULTRAINERS Adult Trainers Certificates EFEP Financial Literacy B. I. F. Network EC VET Application FIRST EQF Translator
CERTIfication & Accreditation System for FInancial Services Sector EDucation and Training October 2006 – December 2008
Objectives To facilitate the increasing macro-level regulation process in FSS Market. To build a comprehensive, transparent and self-sustaining certification system. To extend the range and scope of the sector-based certification and accreditation system.
The Assessment Tool ASSESSMENT SELF ASSESSMENT APPLICATION PORTFOLIO REGISTRATION VALIDATION CERTIFICATE WITNESSES of CANDIDATES EXAMINATION
The Competence MAP Career development paths Self diagnosis Accreditation Prior Learning Design of Professional Profile Design of courses programmes and assessment
Structure of A&C System EBTN ACCREDITATION and/or CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE 5 External Experts Chairman + 4 Members Final Technical Decision EBTN Secretary T. E. G. ’s Coordinator Technical Proposal Technical Experts Group EFCB T. E. G. EFCB 2° Level T. E. G. C. R. M. National Expert T. E. G. COMPL. T. E. G. B. M. National Expert T. E. G. ….
EFCB European Foundation Certificate in Banking Ø Uniform European Certificate in Banking Ø Business-oriented qualification 15 Accredited Institutes More than 10. 000 certificates issued in Europe Compliance ECBM – European Certificate in Bank Management
“Towards a European Qualification Prototype for Adults Trainers" November 2008 – October 2010
OBJECTIVES… st 1 Collect and review existing Adult Education System in Europe Mobilize Professional Associations and create a European Network rd 3 nd 2 Develop a new conceptual Competences Framework Build consensus in order to create a European Qualification Prototype of Adult Trainer th 4
…OBJECTIVES th Achieve transferability of outputs in 5 other contexts Assess the feasibility of Associative Technical Coordination Mechanism th 7 Disseminate and increase visibility of outcomes th 6
The Expert Adult Trainer (EAT) A competent “EXPERT ADULT TRAINER” is able to: 1 - Adapt the content/knowledge and expertise to the different organisational contexts and target groups. 2 - Plan and prepare specific training activities/events/processes/sessions/courses. 3 - Establish a pedagogical relation with each group of trainees by providing support, facilitating the learning process. 4 - Align the learning processes/activities to individual learning path. 5 - Evaluate the training efficiency and efficacy at a specific training event.
The Adult Learning professional (ALP) A competent “Adult Learning Professional” is able to: 1. Plan, implement and coordinate learning Programmes in a training organizational context 2. Design – working in teams - adult training and learning processes, through blending and integration of different methods, techniques and tools 1. Support and facilitate ICT and new media experts in the construction of effective learning processes and environment for adult learners 2. Monitor and Evaluate the adult training activities and learning process and assess results with respect to the pre-defined objectives 3. Manage and Improve the quality of training and learning processes
European Qualification Assurance League in Financial Services
Key Aim Øto promote the Copenhagen process Øto ensure that the EQF levels assigned to financial qualifications by national organisations are reliable and consistent throughout Europe, Øtaking account of the differences between knowledge based and professional competence based qualifications.
February 2010 - July 2011
The Project aims at defining practical and meaningful Translators for the EQF Descriptors in FSS ⇒ identifying key EQF levels for qualifications ⇒ selecting existing qualifications best fitted for each of the key EQF level ⇒ developing new EQF levels descriptors – the Translators
November 2009 - October 2011
ECVET For lifelong learning An instrument for Mobility and Recognition The European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) is based on concepts and processes to establish a common language for transparency, transfer and recognition of learning outcomes. For valorising mobility For attractiveness of VET
METHODOLOGY for assigning ECVET points to existing qualifications USERS GUIDE for orientation of potential users in the ECVET system VADEMECUM for ECVET points attribution for training professional and expert
European Banking Network for Quality Assurance in Learning Organization in the Banking and Financial Sec. Tor in Eu. Rope
Planning Procedures for change Methodology Implementation Assessment/ Evaluation The Quality Assurance Framewor
Quality Assurance to promote • transparency of VET policy, • mutual trust, • mobility of workers and learners, • lifelong learning. How to link Q. A. & L. O. ? Learning Organization “a company that facilitates the learning of all of its members and that continuously transforms itself”.
L. O. Criteria: 8. Professional development opportunities 7. Interorganisational learning 6. Reward flexibility 1. Learning approach to strategy Learning Organisation 5. Internal exchange and dialogue 2. Participati ve policy making 3. Access and transparency information 4. Formative approach to planning objectives and monitoring results
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