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Exploitation and Sustainability Strategy Report

Exploitation and Sustainability Strategy Report

By |October 2nd, 2015|Downloads|0 Comments|

Blended Learning for Companies’ Mentors Report

Large parts of vocational training in the Tourism and Catering sector take place within companies and service providers. However, these organisations are not classical training organisations and thus mentors within them have no enough experiences with competent application of European instruments for transparency (EQF, ECVET). A blended training scheme supported and guided them through the process of applying ECVET and raise quality in mobility programmes.

The Blended Learning for Companies’ Mentors Report contains a report about all feedback and recommendations for adaptation and improvement of the outputs, concrete needed changes and a general experience report about the implementation of the ECVET Model in the Tourism and Catering industry.

By |October 1st, 2015|Downloads|0 Comments|

Mobility Test Report

Following the philosophy of agreement, rules and methods for the application of the ECVET system, the ECVET Model and tools were shared in individual mobility programmes. Recognition took the form of award of a full unit or part of a unit which are part of the full qualification. The unit (or part of the unit) was assessed abroad and validated and recognized upon return with the support of the local competent bodies.

The Mobility Test Report contains a report about all features of the outputs, concrete needed adaptations and changes and a general experience report about the implementation of the ECVET Model in the Tourism and Catering industry and within transnational mobility programmes.
The developed ECVET approaches, instruments and documents were tested according to the following methodology:

  • Identifying students/learners who were wishing to get a mobility experience and their learning outcomes achieved abroad in formal, informal and non formal learning evaluated, validated, recognised, accumulated and transferred;
  • Identifying professional training programmes/learning agreements for the students/learners in relation to the job profiles defined in the project;
  • Filling out and completing the Memorandum of Understanding document for the own organisation with own requirements and preconditions;
  • Testing the practicality of the document directly on the mobility programmes for the students/learners;
  • Evaluate learning outcomes achieved abroad;
  • Customizing and filling the ECVET Certificate (together with the Europass Certificate) as additional document for students/learners after completion of training programmes;
  • Testing the practicality with issuing ECVET certificates from an employers and corporate training perspective;
  • Allocate ECVET credits according to the regulations and systems elaborated in the project;
  • Validate, recognise and transfer learning outcomes achieved abroad according to the National/Regional VET regulations and systems.
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Workshops/Peer learning activities Test Report

In order to get concrete results the consortium tested also the developed approaches and instruments through a set of two workshops/peer learning activities per partner country in order to meet the needs of the stakeholders and VET practitioners involved and then support and guide them through the process of applying ECVET.

The Workshops/Peer learning activities Test Report contains a report about all features of the outputs, concrete needed adaptations and changes and a general experience report about the implementation of the LEO quali-TC ECVET Model in the Tourism and Catering industry.

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LEO quali-TC ECVET Model for Tourism and Catering (Handbook)

The transfer phase for the ECVET Model and its further development was the core activity in the project. It was based on the competences deducted from the European Survey and the Competence Grid.

The LEO quali-TC ECVET Model for Tourism and Catering describes the following relevant issues:

  • Introduction and definitions;
  • The competences and learning outcomes for tourism and catering (the Competence Grid);
  • From learning outcomes to learning units;
  • From learning units to ECVET credits;
  • Guideline for the allocation of ECVET credits to learning units and outcomes;
  • Guideline for the assessment, validation, recognition, accumulation and transfer of ECVET credits;
  • Baseline documents for the ECVET process: Memorandum of Mutual Understanding, Learning Agreement, ECVET Certificate;
  • Process description for ECVET in the Tourism and Catering practice;
  • References and draft documents for use.
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ECVET Certificate

For a full transparency of the competences and learning outcomes within the Tourism and Catering fields an ECVET compliant Certificate as attachment to the national certificates completes the supporting documents. The Certificate provides the necessary information, hints and boxes so that the learning outcomes and competences achieved can be presented in a proper way so that recognition is possible.

The Certificate is a document which lists the competences acquired by a learner within the framework of an international mobility programme. It gives an impression of what tasks a person is able to do. It gives an overview of the competences acquired during the entire training, using a specified structure and credit points. Furthermore, the Competence Certificate includes personal data, information on the Institution issuing the certification, and the date it was issued.

By |September 30th, 2015|Downloads|0 Comments|

Learning Agreement

The Learning Agreement (LA) defines and describes the conditions for the mobility of an individual learner. The LA is agreed between, and signed by, the sending and host organisations and the mobile learner.

Whilst the MoU provides an overview of the units of learning outcomes being targeted and sets general conditions for recognising learning outcomes, the LA provides more detailed information on learning goals and content for an individual learner.

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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is one of the two central supporting documents for the implementation of the ECVET Model for the Tourism and Catering industry. It contains the text description of an ethical code which all signing partners are declaring to accept through their signature.

The MoU is a voluntary partnership agreement in which conditions for international mobility are concluded between “competent bodies” from different countries. The MoU sets the framework for credit transfer and establishes partnership’s procedures for cooperation concerning ECVET sy

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European Survey and Competence Grid

The European Survey gives an overview about the requested and available competences in the Tourism and Catering sector in Europe and it forms the basis of the Competence Grid as being the core instrument for the presentation of the whole set of competences and learning outcomes available and needed in the Tourism and Catering fields. 

The planning and implementation of the European Survey investigating competences and skills in the Tourism and Catering sector corresponding to level 2 and 3 of the EQF in the countries involved was the thematic starting phase of the project. It was firstly reviewed the European Survey produced by the ECVET TC Network. During the Survey with training companies and service providers in the Tourism and Catering sector, the relevant and needed competences were identified. The competences are presented in a special Competence Grid to allow comparability and transparency.

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Quality Evaluation Reports

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