Skillman: Teachers Methodological guide using Open Educational Resources

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    The purpose of this teacher’s methodological guide is to offer a framework for understanding, developing, conducting and evaluating competence-based training across industries and countries according to EU standards OER (Open Educational Resources.

    Introduction to the Skillman project
    Skillman, the challenges for VET in the EU and the need for cross-national recognition of competences between countries, educational systems and industries

    A main purpose in the Skillman project is to take the first steps towards cross-industry training (i.e. advanced production for the transport sector) and national training suitable for recognition by other countries and educational systems in the EU.

    The main problem areas that the Sector Skill Alliance aims to address are related to three challenges which are transferable and relevant for the automotive, aerospace and rail sectors of industry, namely the energy performance of production processes and end products, advanced production processes, robotics and advanced combined materials, and information technology wireless technologies and information and communications technology for safety and user purposes.

    The working process for the Skillman project, which is lasting three years, ending in 2017, can be described in brief as a process where:
    - Training needs, work tasks and future requirements are examined for the three industrial sectors.
    - Where training curricula in aviation, car manufacturing and IT support is examined.
    - Curricula are developed and common qualifications and competences outlined according to EU standards.

    In the new curricula developed in the different industries, learning modules with cross-national and industrial relevance are selected, and syllabuses developed.
    The new learning modules as a part of the new curricula are tested, evaluated and adjusted according to feedback from the participants, who may be unskilled workers, experienced workers, leaders or specialists according to the needs in the specific industry.

    The new learning modules are supported by, and linked to, an Open Learning Resource.
    ForlagProfessionshøjskolen Metropol
    Antal sider20
    StatusUdgivet - 2016