Competency Based Approach to Training & Career Development

Competency Based Approach to Training & Career Development
Starts from:Tue, July 25, 2017
Campus Location

Addax Tower,Abu Dhabi,Alreem Island,United Arab Emirates

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Course Description

Competency Based Approach to Training & Career Development

 

 

Course Title:

Competency Based Approach to Training & Career Development

Course Description:

In this course, we will discuss the Strategic Management of Technical and Vocational Education and Training TVET, formulation , implementation, evaluation and integration of the  activities of various functional areas that enable a TVET System to achieve its long-term organizational objectives.

We will then proceed to discuss the Quality Management of TVET and explain how Competency and Quality of TVET is defined for the purposes of measurement and reporting and how competency is managed, controlled and assured. We will consider the stakeholders in the competency management and quality process, and various approaches to quality. We will also explore the objectives of quality and the varied nature of quality indicators used to monitor and evaluate the quality of TVET within Enterprises and TVET Institutions (Institutes, Centres & Schools). We will further map and analyze different quality indicators with a view to satisfy the stakeholder expectations.

Course Objectives:

This course is designed to help the participants to:

  1. Understand Continuing, Demand Based, Decentralized and Sustainable Qualitative TVET System in In-company and Intern-company (Outside company) TVET Centres
  2. Link-up Strategies between Quality-managed TVET and Different Stakeholders to improve the TVET delivery of TVET Institutions
  3. Develops Quality Management, Total Quality Management and Entrepreneurial Management capacities in TVET Institutions
  4. Define the Quality Principals, Objectives and Benefits of Quality Assurance in TVET to Society and Economy
  5. Explain in detail the Quality Assurance Management System CAMS and associated Assessment, Verification and Certification Mechanisms
  6. Understand the role of Self Assessment and Inspection of TVET Centres and CoC
  7. Understand the Contribution of Main Actors, Training Providers and Enterprises (ETPs) to Quality Assurance in TVET
  8. Recommendations for establishment of a National Group for Quality Assurance
  9. Understand the TVET Quality Key Performance Indicators KPIs as measuring tools for the quality of the TVET delivery of TVET Institutions
  10. Understand the role, factors affecting the performance, recruitment and selection of TVET Institution Instructors

 

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course, the participant will be competent and able to work and utilize different quality management methods to improve the TVET in Enterprises and TVET Institutions (Institutes, Centres & Schools).

A rigid and robust Quality Assurance Management System CAMS will be introduced to implement Competency Based TVET, Assessment and Verification in Enterprises and TVET Institutions.

The Key Performance Indicators KPIs will be explained in detail with a view to assess and assure the TVET delivery in Enterprises and TVET Institutions.

Specific Course Outline:

The following are the topics covered in the course:

Section A: The Economic and Social Context of Workforce Development & TVET

  1. Definitions Used in Technical Education TE
  2. In-company and Inter-company (Public – Private ) TVET Centres
  3. TVET for Sustainable Development SD
  4. TVET as Continuing or Lifelong Learning
  5. Training Providers
  6. Demand Based and Supply Based TVET
  7. Decentralized Enterprise – TVET Provider Partnership ETP
  8. Formal, Informal & Non-formal TVET & Validation
  9. Prior Learning
  10. Implementing a Lean Management System to Achieve TVET Centre Excellence
  11. Challenges for TVET in Egypt
  12. Fitness to Purpose of TVET System
  13. Quality of TVET System
  14. Stakeholders for the TVET System
  15. Instructor Lead Training ILT and On-the-Job Training for Skilled Workers
  16. TVET Strategic Concepts 

 

Section B: Occupational Competencies Approach to TVET

  1. Objective
  2. Competency
  3. Competence Based Occupational Standards
  4. Training Needs Analysis TNA
  5. Occupational Areas
  6. Occupational / Job Analysis
  7. Occupational Competencies Approach to Education & Training and Impact to Productivity
  8. Components of Competence Based Occupational Standards
  9. Capacity Building
  10. National Vocational Qualifications, Occupational Standards, Occupational Certification and Licensing
  11. Competency Development Frameworks – Basic Principals – Module / Unit of Competency & Element of Competency (Task)
  12. Critical Tasks (Elements)
  13. Creation of Competency Development Frameworks
  14. Key Assessment Subjects & Duties
  15. Scales of Competency Standards (Levels)
  16. Performance Assessment Criteria
  17. Labour Qualifications
  18. TVET Organizational Aspects
  19. Assessment Evidences
  20. Assessment Data
  21. Competency Assurance Management System CAMS
  22. Trainers, Assessors and Verifiers
  23. Evaluation of Assessment Results & Specific Gaps Elimination Programme SGEP
  24. Case studies
  25. Training & Assessment Matrix Process – Process Flow Chart
  26. Advantages of Competency Based Education & Training CBET for Workers
  27. Advantages of Competency Based Education & Training CBET for Employers
  28. Advantages of Competency Based Assessment

 

Section C: Quality Management in TVET

  1. Why We Need to  Assure the Quality of TVET
  2. Definition of Quality in TVET
  3. Stakeholders for the TVET System
  4. Link-up Strategies between Quality-managed TVET and Different Stakeholders
  5. The Concept of  Quality Management  & Total Quality Management TQM in TVET
  6. Implementation of Total Quality Management TQM in TVET
  7. Factors Affecting Successful Implementation of TQM in TVET
  8. Total Quality Management TQM for TVET Institutions
  9. Entrepreneurship  Development as Approach to Quality Managed of TVET
  10. Quality Principals
  11. Objectives and Benefits of Quality Assurance in TVET to Society and Economy
  12. Cost Effectiveness of  Quality Based TVET

 

Section D: Competency Assurance Management System CAMS

  1. Competency Assurance Management System CAMS
  2. Assessment & Verification Management Corporate Policy
  3. Personal Development Plan PDP
  4. Minimum Assessment / Verification Standard & Evidence Based Processes
  5. Case studies
  6. Trainees Assessment and Verification Process and Procedures
  7. TVET Institution Internal Assessors & Responsibilities
  8. TVET Institution Internal Verifiers & Responsibilities
  9. Responsibilities  of External Assessors / Verifiers in Assessing / Verifying Trainees
  10. TVET Institution Internal Observers & Responsibilities
  11. Stakeholders and  Effectiveness  of the TVET Quality Process
  12. Implementation of Competency Based Assessment, Verification and Certification Mechanisms
  13. TVET Quality Performance  Indicators KPIs
  14. Indicator No.1 – Fitness to purpose of TVET System
  15. Indicator No.2 – Cost effectiveness of TVET
  16. Indicator No.3 – TVET Courses (Curriculum) and Programmes
  17. Indicator No.4 – Infrastructure and Training Equipment
  18. Indicator No.5 – Training Plans
  19. Indicator No.6 – TVET Assessment Processes
  20. Indicator No.7 – TVET Quality and Competence of Instructors / Trainers

Training Methodology:

  1. Interactive/practical training
  2. Two way communication
  3. Exercises / Assignments
  4. Brain Storming
  5. Case Studies
  6. Open Discussions
  7. Ready to use samples

Venue / Training Location:

TBA

Who Should Attend?

  1. From TVET Institutions

Principals, Managers, Directors, Heads of Training Departments, Master Trainers, Instructors / Trainers, Curriculum Developers (Specialists), Assessors & Verifiers

  1. From Enterprises

Industry Trainers (Engineers & Supervisors), Training Programmes Development Specialists, Career Development Section Leaders

  1. From TVET Stakeholders

Representatives from: Federations, Chambers, Sectoral ETPs, Local ETPS, Tourism Training Council, Construction Training Council, Industrial Training Council ITC. Tourism Training Coun, PVTD, Gen. Union of Egyptian Workers, Training Institute of Ministries, Private Training Institutes, Technical Secondary Schools TSCs & Mubarek Kohl Initiative MKI

Language

  1. The training materials for the participants will be in English and Arabic.
  2. The language of instruction will be bilingual in English and Arabic