The transferability of vocational education and training qualifications across international borders is a live issue in this heterogeneous field. Key to this goal is defining a common methodology for measuring vocational competences. This publication sets out a proposal for just that, based on the results of a pilot project known as aCOMETa on competence diagnostics in the field of electrical engineering. The study deploys longitudinal analysis to explore issues of competence development, the development of vocational identity, and occupational commitment. It focuses on two discrete occupational profiles in electrical engineering in an ambitious test of a model currently applied to other professions as well. The modelas success in its first phase is detailed in the second part of the volume, where the authors show that the transfer of the competence framework into an empirical model was successful. They also demonstrate that the methodology can be applied to designing and evaluating vocational education and training processes, making the material relevant to VET teachers and trainers as well as academics. With its first section comprising a full description of the theoretical framework, this book is a significant step forward in an urgent task facing administrations, labor forces and employers around the world. The achievement is in proportion to the notorious complexities of a field whose diversity makes tough demands on large-scale methods of assessment.acommunities of practicea, which roughly correspond to what is styled aworkplace curriculuma by Steven Billett and alearning ... What characterizes an aelectriciana and what skills can be expected from him or her is known among the ... The reason is that the point of reference for the development of test assignments and the definition of standards is the ... The implementation and dissemination of shaping oriented 25 2.2 The Training Objective: Professional Aptitude, Acting Competence.
|Title||:||Competence Development and Assessment in TVET (COMET)|
|Author||:||Felix Rauner, Lars Heinemann, Andrea Maurer, Bernd Haasler|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-07-26|