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17 July 2020 14:39
According to ILO data, more than 94% of the word population are affected by lockdown measures caused by COVID-19 situation. A great deal of these people are facing threats such as job loss and business closure, as well as the inability to work because they have to take care of their children. Several new studies have also highlighted that between a quarter to a third of all jobs in European economies could potentially be performed from home.
16 July 2020 11:51
The state educational standards developed by experts of professional fields together with NAVET experts, are based on the Recommendation of the European Parliament and the Council on the establishment of the European credit system for vocational education and training (ECVET). Therefore, the state educational standards are developed in “units of learning outcomes” which makes the standards a useful and professional tool for
16 July 2020 11:44
If you work in VET field or have a partner’s organizations in this area, and if you believe that your achievements are of high quality, you can share them whit the European VET community.
06 July 2020 11:34
On July 1, 2020, European Commission presented European Skills Agenda for achievement of sustainable competitiveness, social fairness and resilience. The document contains goals and priorities for the next 5 years in the area of improving existing skills, trainings for acquiring new skills in the green and digital transition context as accompanied by demographic trends.
In what activities to focus your new project, you can write here:
16 June 2020 12:18
Progress in the organisation and the regulatory framework for implementing dual education and training in Bulgaria is noted. In 2019 Ministry of education and science approved a training program for mentors involved in the implementation of work-based learning. Also in Ministry of economy was created register for companies interested for partnership in dual VET.
03 April 2019 09:58
In Bulgaria, the first models have been developed for improving the attractiveness of the most in-demand professions in the labour market. Models to increase the attractiveness of 16 professions in machine building, electrical engineering, transport and medicine sectors were developed by the Industrial Capital Association.
A study was first carried out to identify the main factors that determine a profession’s attractiveness: this was linked to the expectations of its possible benefits, on the one hand, and the relative difficulty and complexity of the training needed for its practice, on the other. A ‘multifactorial theory of the attractiveness of professions’ was elaborated and formed the basis for the development of attractiveness models. Two categories of factors with an implicit or explicit impact on the attractiveness of a given occupational sector, and occupations within it, were identified. Ways to make given professions attractive to learners were investigated.
Factors affecting attractiveness
A. Factors arising from education / training in the specific profession:
B. Factors arising from the position(s) in which the particular profession is exercised:
27 March 2019 15:17
The Team of the European Network for the Exchange of Vocational Education and Training Experience ReferNet in Bulgaria would like to inform you about the following initiative.
In connection with the fourth edition of the European Vocational Skills Week to be held from 14 to 18 October 2019 in Helsinki, Finland, Cedefop organizes a photo competition # CedefopPhotoAward on the topic: "Vocational education and training: tell your story. "
03 December 2018 10:40
2018 was the year of finalisation of the biggest in participation rate programme for vocation practicing among students in Bulgaria. The achievement of both principles of employability and knowledge and skills accumulation was regarded in it, as the vocational qualification services were framed under similar public funded programmes in Bulgaria and in the European Union.
12 November 2018 11:37
In the State Gazette, issue 92 of 6 November 2018 amendments and supplements to the Vocational Education and Training Act have been published. The changes are mainly related to:
07 August 2018 11:20
Bulgarian Industrial Association - Union of the Bulgarian Business (BIA) has been working on a project to expand MyCompetence (https://en.MyCompetence.bg/) since the beginning of 2018. The system was established in 2009-2014 by BIA and is part of the measures and initiatives that the Bulgarian state takes in response to the serious challenges in terms of employment, education and human resources policies.