You are ... a Tutor

You expect more recognition of your competencies with training institutions, enterprises, and, at European level, to obtain a official certification of your capacities. Your experience can lead you to the Certification of your personal skills and competences. Join the Community!

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... a Certification Body

You have experience in Certification and are interested to be involved in a European Personnel Certification project. Experts are required to evaluate the Certification Scheme from design to final tests. Be a Certification Body involved and join the Scheme Committee.

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... a Training Manager

You would appreciate that the skills of your academic tutors were recognized by companies, estimated by the students and their family, and would bring your school to be a key element of differenciation. You are interested in having Certified Tutors. Then, Feel free to join us!

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eu-2020-v2Dual Learning : qualifications in connection with the labour market

A meeting of various European institutions was held in Berlin on 5-6 September 2013. Attended by many actors of various organizations involved or interested in the system alternately proposed in Germany, from the following countries: Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

The participating countries are all in a phase of implementation of a system of alternating training.

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The testing phase gave interesting feedback from Tutors and Examinors for the adjustement of the certification scheme; details was discussed in the Luxembourg Partners meeting. Contributors have worked on all dimensions of the certification scheme and have rased relevant questions about the need of the examination, the list of competences assessed, the candidate prerequisites for participation, the way of examining, and the key question about the reproductibility of the examination.

Thanks to our 'testors', their work was very greatful for the improvement of the certification scheme before exploitation phase to be started in Autumn 2014. The details on the key anwsers are available in the link document. (in French).  For details, feel free to contact us.

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Preparation of the testing phase, and operational tests begin as soon as late January. Voluntary experienced academic tutors participate in the review process. During the tests, the calibration of Examiners is an important step to ensure the replicability of their actions. This step is essential for the professsionalisation of certification and sustainability. All tasks performed are contributing to the preparation of the commercial launch of the certification of tutors in the run-up to the end of 2014.

Each step allows validation and determines the necessary adjustments of the device certification, materials and associated tools. All information concerning these steps will be published on our blog and relayed by the account twitter (@CertitudeTutor)

Stages of testing
-Evaluation of the skills of tutors 31/01 to 15/03/2014
-Evaluation by actors 03/15/2014
-Calibration of Examiners 21/03 to 15/05/14
-Carrying out the examinations of tutors (online tools) 01/04 to 15/05/14
Test results Deadline
-Conclusions and recommendations 31/05/2014

Certitude 2014.09.24 meeting final ParisDuring the final CERTITUDE meeting which was held in Paris on September, 24th 2014, the certification of persons professionals exchanged on the contributions of the approach of the CERTITUDE project, in the process of certification of individual skills.

All the stakeholders of a certification approach have taken the opportunity to share their opinion and had discussion around the following documents. The meeting involved Certification bodies, national accreditation body, certifying bodies and experienced tutors who were involved in the test phase.

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2014-05-08 Dputy-Dir Apprenticeships rdax 210x140Apprenticeships and similar work-based schemes have proven to make it easier for young people to move from education to work. But not all countries have highly-developed apprenticeship schemes, and many wish to benefit from others’ experience.

L' European alliance for learning (EafA) and Cedefop, along with the European Commission, organised a special event aiming to help establish such partnerships.

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