ECVET

ECVET Skills Platform Project

This project aims to develop a platform through which vocational education systems and the labour market, especially the SMEs, communicate interactively, while one side voting for/valuing the skills they need and the other side, that’s the vocational systems answers by updating the current curriculum. Also, the training content developed on skills analysis and mapping through the ECVET Skills Platform is considered to serve the quality of vocational education and training systems, giving the experts responsible for teaching technical skills the mission of teaching also the personal and conceptual skills.

Target group of the project is vocational education and training institutions, teachers/trainers in VET, SMEs, employers, decision makers, non-governmental organizations, and trainees.

Project Number

2019-1-TR01- KA202- 077191

Project Duration

28 Ay (01.09.2019 – 31.12.2021)

Skillsmatching Platform

https://www.skillsmatching.eu/

About Skillsmactching Platform

Skills Platform allows users to see CNC machine operator qualifications, vote on the skills that should be included in those qualifications, and in this way reduce the skills mismatch between the educational system and the labour market. All users get access to an interactive forum, where educational providers and representatives from the labour market can meet. discuss and share experiences. You need to create a user to be able to access the full site.
Through the platform vocational education institutions will determine the expectations and needs of SMEs, who are actors of labour market in their own eco-systems. Thus, they will be able test whether the skills thought in their education and training systems meet the needs of the labour market.

The transition of students who gained the necessary skills within the vocational education system to the labour market will be easier. Also, the current skill mismatches are considered to decrease. A smooth flow of knowledge will be enabled with this constructive structure.

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Activities

Focus Grup Meetings

With the aim of consultation for personal, conceptual, and technical skills to be uploaded on ECVET Skills Platform, each partner will organize three focus meetings with authorities in vocational education and training, employees, employers and managers in the labour market, social and emotional skill experts, students and parents the skills.

Workshops

Workshops will be organized aiming capacity building on the integration of project tools and learning/teaching materials for VET trainers/teachers and policy makers concerning VET systems.

Learning/Teaching/Training Activities

A 5-day short term training event will be held at the premises of BSW in Dresden, Germany. This training aims to train and upskill the participants on their using the ECVET Skills Platform sufficiently and support them about how to implement the platform and teaching contents therein. The importance of this training is to provide the participants with adequate knowledge and skills to help them use the ECVET Skills Platform and its training contents in their vocational education training institutions.

Multiplier Events

In each partner country, a multiplier event will be held with the participation of the labour market, representatives from the CNC and other relevant sectors, SMEs, employees, managers, and CEOs and other social partners and stakeholders. During these events, the project background, activities, achievements and results will be introduced to the target group aiming to contribute to sustainability of the project results.

Transnational Project Meetings

Skillsmatching Platform

Skills Platform allows users to see CNC machine operator qualifications, vote on the skills that should be included in those qualifications, and in this way reduce the skills mismatch between the educational system and the labour market. All users get access to an interactive forum, where educational providers and representatives from the labour market can meet. discuss and share experiences. You need to create a user to be able to access the full site.
Through the platform vocational education institutions will determine the expectations and needs of SMEs, who are actors of labour market in their own eco-systems. Thus, they will be able test whether the skills thought in their education and training systems meet the needs of the labour market. The transition of students who gained the necessary skills within the vocational education system to the labour market will be easier. Also, the current skill mismatches are considered to decrease. A smooth flow of knowledge will be enabled with this constructive structure.

Project Aims

  • Supporting skills-matching

  • Supporting the capacity of VET systems for matching the needs of labour market

  • Increasing the visibility of market’s needs

  • Supporting the quality in VET

  • Supporting the employability rates and the resistance of the labour market

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2019-1-TR01- KA202- 077191
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