OBESSU newsletter February 2018

 

The June 2018 issue of OBESSU newsletter is now out and can be found at https://mailchi.mp/a1eac3cb3eaf/obessu-june-newsletter-is-out?e=3de74de001

OBESSU – The Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions is the platform for cooperation between the national school student unions active in general secondary and secondary vocational education in Europe. It was founded in April 1975 in Dublin, Ireland and brings together member and observer organisations from more than 20 European countries. All member organisations are independent, national, representative and democratic school student organisations.

 

New Erasmus+ Call Published for networks and partnerships of VET providers

Publication of a  new Erasmus+ call for networks and partnerships of Vocational Education and Training providers

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Policy Brief on the EQAVET Peer Learning Activity on Involving teachers and trainers in the QA processes is now available

The EQAVET Peer Learning Activity on "Involving teachers and trainers in the QA processes"
The EQAVET Secretariat, in partnership with the National Institute for Education (NÚV) in the Czech Republic, organised a peer learning activity (PLA). This PLA looked at efficient ways of involving the teachers, trainers and learners in the four stages of the quality cycle (planning, implementing, evaluating the outcomes and reviewing VET programmes) in line with relevant EQAVET indicative descriptors and indicators.

The PLA drew on the experiences of Member States which have already involved these key stakeholders in their quality assurance processes.

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Vocational Skills Week Newsletter October 2018

The second European Vocational Skills Week Newsletter of 2018 is out now. 

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Impact Study on Erasmus+ Work Placements for Vocational Learners

Léargas' Impact Study of Erasmus+ Work Placements has found that even short-term placements can have big benefits for vocational learners

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European Vocational Skills Week 2018 Newsletter

The first European Vocational Skills Week Newsletter of 2018 is out now and available here.

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Launch of the call for applications to set up the European Education and Training Expert Panel

The European Commission is setting up the European Education and Training Expert Panel, having as main task to support the preparation of the post-2020 strategic cooperation framework for education and training. The Expert Panel will reflect on the grand challenges facing Europe and their impact on the education and training systems.
A call for applications for the selection of the panel members was launched on 29th June 2018 and will be accessible for four weeks through the Register of Commission expert groups:
http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regexpert/index.cfm?do=news.open_doc&id=15077
 
 

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OBESSU Newsletter June 2018

The June 2018 issue of OBESSU newsletter is now out and can be found at https://mailchi.mp/a1eac3cb3eaf/obessu-june-newsletter-is-out?e=3de74de001

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European Social Fund Announcement

The European Commission has adopted its proposals for a renewed European Social Fund, the 'European Social Fund Plus' (ESF+), and a strengthened and more effective European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF). Both are geared to invest in people: ensuring they are equipped with the right skills needed to deal with challenges and changes on the labour market, following up on the European Pillar of Social Rights.

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Policy Brief on Higher VET and the role of quality assurance is now available

The policy brief is based on the dicussions at took place at the EQAVET peer learning activity on the topic of Higher VET and the role of quality assurance. All material is now available here 

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