EDUCATED / Industrial worker 2.0
Background and objective :
In the district of Southbrandenburg the metal processing industry is one of the few sectors of the economy with continuous growth. To maintain this, qualified professionals must be constantly available . That is endangered by the absolutely declining number of school leavers , such as by partially inadequate training maturity of potential applicants.
The project therefore turns to the question of how young people from the region in transition to training and the training can be supported, depending on their level of performance and successfully achieve a vocational qualification.
Through the use of a strength -oriented competence appraisal system in vocational orientation phase of the secondary one , in the Finsterwalde school to class 10, young people should be given the opportunity to get to know early on their strengths and resources and suitable to use . Suggestions for the starch -oriented skills development system come from experienced partners from Austria .
For the training phase of the wearer good experiences from the development of modular training in Industrial worker (metal) are taken up in the project in order to develop additional modules in the Metal / electrical for Industrial worker 2.0. The outcome -oriented description of the modules makes it possible to carry out a mapping training as an Industrial workers 2.0 with the German Qualifications Framework and thus to be able to provide comparability nationally and internationally. Swedish experiences open up the view for a flexible and largely consistent training system.
From polish experiences this project want to learn from advanced practice in working with the national qualifications framework .
Expected labor policy effects:
Due to the modular structure in conjunction with the development of individual support systems maturity and career adolescents and young adults are facilitated with performance deficits and prevent drop-outs. The demand for skilled workers can be covered in the region Southbrandenburg in the metal and electrical industry. Beyond the region is an example of cooperation between schools , business and vocational training for more flexibility and permeability in vocational training will be given. The modular part of training can not only make contributions to the fields in the sector "Energy / Energy Technology " and " metal production, handling and processing / mechatronics " , but also help meet the demand for skilled workers in other regions and fields in the sector.