Hungary - Career tracking system
The Békéscsaba Central Vocational School and Student Dormitory (BÉKSZI) was established in August 2007 as a result of the merger of three well-established vocational schools. It provides vocational training in 44 occupational areas in the following ten vocational sectors: engineering, architecture, electronics, business administration, information technology, transport, timber industry, catering and tourism. It aims is to meet the requirements of the economy by offering training which responds flexibly to the changing demands of the labour market.
One aspect of the school’s approach to quality assurance is the systematic monitoring of the employment of the school’s graduates after they complete their training. BÉKSZI’s career tracking system has operated successfully for several years and data is collected annually using a system developed by the school. The system investigates the extent to which the school’s training meets the demands of the labour market and how students make use of the knowledge and skills acquired during training.
As the systematic tracking of school leavers is a priority in VET and employment policy in Hungary, this approach is regarded as a model for other VET providers.
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VET PROVIDER: Békéscsaba Central Vocational School and Student Dormitory
5600 Békéscsaba, Gyulai út 32/1, Hungary
CONTACTS: Mr Marton József - principal (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ms Baukó Anita Eszter - quality manager (email@example.com)
Mrs Molnárné Stadler Katalin – at the Quality Assurance National Ref-erence Point for Hungary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The case study covers all types of IVET, CVET and adult training.