Report on analysis of the European state of Event Management is aiming to give an overview of existing situation of the Event Management in partner countries. A common template was developed by GLOBEST and partners collect their data and information based on this template. A common report was developed by GLOBEST in Engish. The methodology used for this report was: desk research and analysis of some major policy papers, reserach papers, online resources –for the Event Management. The report put together the results from 6 European countries, part of the project: Turkey, Bulgaria, Portugal, Romania, Germany and Greece.We also developed an academic article on Analysis of ECVET in Europe: Research on ESVET Project Partner Countries. It has already sent to Journal of Tourism, Heritage & Services Μarketing (https://www.education-master.
ISQ, as the responsible partner of this IO, prepared the work plan so that partners had a guideline to develop the work necessary for this task. As a result of this output it was developed the Event Organiser Technician Profile, composed by the job description, activities and the Training Curriculum for Event Organiser Technician. A workshop on how to develop learning outcomes was held to all the partnership so that all partners were aware of the approach to be applied and that all the modules were developed in a harmonized and structured way.The Training Curriculum for Event Organiser Technician is composed by 10 modules, its titles and range have been decided by all the partnership. Each of the modules covered at least 10 different skills, knowledge and competencies and 10 action-oriented competence descriptions were done by all the partners. Also, actions and performance criteria were developed to support the assessment developed in Intellectual Output 3. The 10 modules are: UC 1 Event planning and design,UC 2 Event coordination,UC 3 Event budget elaboration,UC 4 ICT in events organization,UC 5 Event Marketing,UC 6 Raising support and sponsorship,UC 7 Relation with the Media,UC 8 Event Protocol,UC 9 Event Safety and Emergency,UC 10 Event Assessment.
Methodology for assessment of ECVET modular training systems in vocational education involving upstream of informal and non-formal learning achievements. The methodology for assessment of ECVET modular training systems was created by ISQ, through a common template which explains assessment criteria. This assessment methodology was developed having in consideration each one of the Units of Competences in terms of Knowledge, Skills and Competences, aiming to assess in an objective and clear way the accomplishments of the expected learning achievements.
This project contribute the recognition of abilities of adult learners which were acquired outside the formal (national) vocational education and training system such as in other countries’ VET systems, on the job, during work or study periods abroad, within in-company training or learning taking place during leisure time becomes more and more important in the light of skill shortages and skill mismatches. This is especially important in transition periods such as when recruiting new personnel, looking for a new job, changing career paths or entering into further education. In this project,
The recognition of prior learning of “event managers” enables employers to make use of candidates full set of abilities, applicants to present all their abilities and those seeking additional training to shorten study periods in order to achieve a new qualification. In this project we will enhance the access of adult participation in lifelong learning ‘enabling flexible access to training and qualifications’ to raise participation and to open access for all adults. them without barriers through Online Training Platform.
ESVET assesment platform based on IO2 and IO3 was updated. Assessment Platform consisting of two parts:1. Automatic flow of assessment procedures from student enrollment to certificate issuance based on Output 4: 2. Provision of an individual assessment solution based on the CEMES platform with the necessary tools. A student can go through a certification process independently. The system generates the corresponding checks independently. Only with the final test for certification appropriate auditors are necessary.This competence structure is required to be able to create randomly validated but also manulally valid exams.IBS has implemented the structure of learning outcomes for the 10 modules in all languages of the partnership into the ESVET Assesment platform. For each of the 10 modules at least 10 multiple-choice questions and 5 open questions have been created. The entire question pool on the ESVET CEMES platform includes 185 questions in 8 languages.This means that a total of 1480 questions must be implemented in the platform. At the end of the assesment if participants are succesfullly complete the tests they can get EQF certificate in level 5. The detail information can be seen at http://esvet.cemes.eu/
Partnership developed 10 learning units based on the blended learning methodology and translate them in their national languages. They used them during the piloting activities. Partners also developed quizzes for all LUs. They are ready in all languages too AKETH have also included augment reality for these units ready at http://etraining.esvet.org/.