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The Project Technical Assistance for Upgrading of Vocational Qualification Standards taking into account best The Project Technical Assistance for Upgrading of Vocational Qualification Standards taking into account best practices in EU member states under PHARE 2003 Europeaid/120164/D/SV/BG Project period November 2005 – November 2006

The Objectives of the Project Ø Improving labour force mobility and competitiveness with a The Objectives of the Project Ø Improving labour force mobility and competitiveness with a view to European labour market integration Ø Strengthening the institutional capacity for management and further developing of the quality of VET in Bulgaria Specific Objective: Ø Elaboration and upgrading of 80 vocational qualification standards according to labour market needs and requirements

The Scope of the Project Ø Elaborated EU good practices in development & applying The Scope of the Project Ø Elaborated EU good practices in development & applying vocational qualification standards and a comparative analysis, including EU instruments for assessment and certification of vocational qualifications Ø Proposal for upgrading framework requirements for development of vocational qualification standards in Bulgaria Ø Aligned framework in respect of scope and content of each standard complied with the framework of the EU member states Ø Developed and upgraded 80 vocational standards in the selected sectors Ø Developed manual for drawing up curricula and syllabi for upgraded standards Ø Training and contents provision on development and applying of vocational qualification standards to approximately 2, 720 experts at national, regional and school level

The Beneficiaries Training Providers VET Experts Youth Employers Standards Setting Sector Stakeholder NAVET MLSP The Beneficiaries Training Providers VET Experts Youth Employers Standards Setting Sector Stakeholder NAVET MLSP Mo. ES

Sectoral Focus of the Project According to the Terms of Reference and work undertaken Sectoral Focus of the Project According to the Terms of Reference and work undertaken previously, five sectors have been identified as the key focus of this Project: Ø Electronics and automation Ø Chemical products and technologies Ø Production and processing Ø Tourism and services Ø Agriculture, forestry and fisheries

Delivery Structure of the Project Chronological Stages of the Project • Start Up Phase Delivery Structure of the Project Chronological Stages of the Project • Start Up Phase • Stage 1: Current VET Situation / International Analysis • Stage 2: Development of Vocational Qualification Standards • Stage 3: In-country Training • Stage 4: Project Reporting

The Project Team § The Consortium in support of the Project: Ø UK NARIC The Project Team § The Consortium in support of the Project: Ø UK NARIC Ø Student Computer Arts Society (SCAS) Ø BADNINA Ø New Bulgaria University (NBU) Ø Fast Track to IT (FIT) Ø County Dublin Vocational Education Committee § The Experts Group Ø International Key Experts Ø Local Experts § Project support team & local office

The Methodology Adopting a needs and knowledge driven approach to Identify commonalities and practices The Methodology Adopting a needs and knowledge driven approach to Identify commonalities and practices leading to recommendations, tailored training and targeted reports in close cooperation with beneficiries and stakeholders in Bulgaria

Key Focuses in VQS Development • Methodology employed for the development of Standards should Key Focuses in VQS Development • Methodology employed for the development of Standards should be simplified in a few places to conduct the process more efficiently. However, the methodology is robust and well-developed in comparison with international best practice • The template should be usefully reformatted to create a more coherent set of VQS • Simplifications are to be put in place, although it is not suggested that the amendments should be wholesale • Recognising the need for upgrading of VQS, the sectorspecific VQS should be reviewed. A new list of VQs should be proposed

Communication with the Project Team and Participation It is vital that the Project engages Communication with the Project Team and Participation It is vital that the Project engages all stakeholders and key players in the vocational education and training sector: • The Project office: 10, Georgi Benkovski St. , Apt 6, Fl. 3, tel/fax +359 2 987 3252 email: [email protected] bg • The Project website: www. bulgaria. naric. org. uk

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The work of the UK NARIC The National Recognition Centre for the United Kingdom The work of the UK NARIC The National Recognition Centre for the United Kingdom (UK NARIC) & the EU Networks

The European Networks and National The work of the UK NARIC Centres § The The European Networks and National The work of the UK NARIC Centres § The European Network of National Information Centres (ENICs): established in 1994 by the Council of Europe and UNESCO Ø to develop joint policy and practice in all European countries for the recognition of qualifications Ø to play a key role in the implementation of the Lisbon Recognition Convention (11 April 1997) § The National Recognition Information Centres (NARICs): established in 1984 in the Member States of the EU, the EEA countries, Cyprus and Malta Ø to assist recognition and integration of national educational systems Ø to provide, through designated national centres, authoritative advice and information on recognition of diplomas and periods of study undertaken in other States.

The Working Structure of the Networks: National Centres • • • • Albania Andorra The Working Structure of the Networks: National Centres • • • • Albania Andorra Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Canada Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia • • • • • Finland France Macedonia Georgia Germany Greece Holy See Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Moldova Monaco • • • • • The Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russian Federation San Marino Serbia and Montenegro Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom USA

Working Structure of the Networks The work of the UK NARIC § The Council Working Structure of the Networks The work of the UK NARIC § The Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES jointly provide the Secretariat for the ENIC Network § The European Commission supports activities of the NARIC Network in the areas of improving the quality and transparency of education systems, identification of good practice, the comparative analysis of systems and policies § The ENIC Bureau & NARIC Advisory Board § Working Groups preparing and drafting policy and implementation proposals

BFUG Guidelines for NARIC Action National The work of the UK Plan In the BFUG Guidelines for NARIC Action National The work of the UK Plan In the Bergen Communiqué, Ministers committed themselves to ‘draw up national action plans to improve the quality of the process associated with the recognition of foreign qualifications. These plans will form part of each country’s national report for the next Ministerial Conference. ’ Prepared by the ENIC Bureau, the NARIC Advisory Board and the Bureau of the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee, 2006

The National Action UK NARIC Plan for Recognition: The work of the Guidelines for The National Action UK NARIC Plan for Recognition: The work of the Guidelines for Implementation Key components: Ø Legislation Ø Recognition practice Ø Information provision Ø Structures

The Work of the UK NARIC The UK Model www. naric. org. uk A The Work of the UK NARIC The UK Model www. naric. org. uk A model based on: § Needs analysis and market demand Ø key customers: • individuals with qualifications / skills attained from outside the national system • academic, professional and commercial organisations receiving individuals with overseas qualifications Ø Information demand: § Provision, standards, quality § Structured approach to information provision Ø information dissemination through membership services Ø easy access to the public

Demand for information NARIC processes on average 50, 000 applications per annum for the Demand for information NARIC processes on average 50, 000 applications per annum for the purpose of further study and employment opportunities in the UK. These applications demonstrate a notable concentration on qualifications from India-Subcontinent, Central and Eastern Europe and Africa (2004 -05 data) 10473 9918 13783

Service Provision Evaluation and Assessment service: Ø recognition statement Ø Career path report International Service Provision Evaluation and Assessment service: Ø recognition statement Ø Career path report International Qualifications databases: Training provision: Ø Country-/region-specific programmes; Ø Sector-specific programmes; Ø Security and documentation evaluation programmes

The UK Model Membership base The UK NARIC serves over 1000 members in the The UK Model Membership base The UK NARIC serves over 1000 members in the UK and internationally. Education and training sector continues to form a significant part of the membership base (2004 -05 data).

Quality standards The work of the UK NARIC § Code of Practice Ø Information Quality standards The work of the UK NARIC § Code of Practice Ø Information management Ø Evaluation and benchmarking criteria § Process and Procedures Ø Application process Ø Appeal process § Service Standards Ø Obligations Ø Professional rights www. naric. org. uk/index. asp? page=30§ion=4

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Education System and Qualifications Structure Education System and Qualifications Structure

Education System and Qualifications Structure Education System and Qualifications Structure

Continuing skills and knowledge development Staff development and training strategy through: Ø Induction and Continuing skills and knowledge development Staff development and training strategy through: Ø Induction and Familiarisation Programmes Ø Professional Development Ø Skill-based training To ensure that informed opinion is based on knowledge not speculation and that recognition of qualifications truly reflects value and standards.