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Formation stratégique à la pratique du bilan de compétences en vue d‘une orientation tout au long de la vie
Start date: 01 Sep 2014, End date: 31 Oct 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

In terms of methodology, the competence balance is not clearly distinguishable single method, but it is rather a multimodal approach, where the personal conversation between competence balance trainer and client is a central component in the phases of the competence balance process. Furthermore there is always a relation to the labour market. Beyond psychological tests are part of the standard methods. The competence balance take place in accredited establishments. The method of competence balance of French model is a process of competence documentation and evaluation, and always focused on the individual. So it is on the one hand a step toward the international trends of the recognition of informally acquired competences and on the other hand an appropriate instrument for empowerment the responsibility of the participants. A variety of institutions in Europe operate with the French model of competence balance. The institutions have founded a European holding organization - Fédération Européenne des Centres de Bilan et d'Orientation Professionnelle (FECBOP) - and a European quality of competence balance with 11 quality criteria according to the French model. The aim of this project is the development, testing and implementation of a Europe-wide advanced training as a competence balance trainer of the French model of "bilan de compétence". Thereby the priority have the labour market and the orientation of the process of competence balance to the needs and requirements of the European labour market. The project partners work with the European quality criteria respectively are certified to this. The following work packages are implemented as part of the project: AP 0: Project Management AP 1: Adaptation of the European quality criteria FECBOP AP 2: Development of a European competence training for competence balance trainer including curriculum and the associated teaching and learning material AP 3: Testing I - qualification of multipliers ("train the trainer") on the basis of the developed curriculum AP 4: Adaptation and testing II - Training of competence balance trainer by the multipliers AP 5: Evaluation and mapping according to the EQF AP 6: Implementation and dissemination of training above the networks of partners and FECBOP The following main target groups to be addressed by the planned activities: - Employees in certified competence balance centres, employees in the field of adult education, In this project 10-12 experienced competence balance trainer from Belgium, France and Italy are trained to be trainers or multipliers. - HR managers of small and medium-sized enterprises - Employees in Employment Services - Consultants and coaches who offer services in HR consulting, career planning and job placement In turn, the multipliers are trained 30-34 competence balance trainer from the areas mentioned above. In turn, these trained competence balance trainer work intensively with around 100 unemployed and job seekers and assist them in the context of competence balance on the way to a new or professional reorientation. Realistically, that of whom about 60% are integrated directly or indirectly in any activity on the first labour market (only after an initial training or coaching, for example). The needs of the regional labour market always be considered superficially, i.e. taking up work is always the most obvious target. The partner organizations have indicated their willingness to maintain long-term contacts and cooperation structures in the partner countries built up during the project. Through transnational networking will transfer the project results also by other European countries and supported by the free movement in the European labour market. The financial security of the above-mentioned Activities via the FECBOP or its staff. Regional subsidies are used, such as for advanced vocational training of the German model “training grant” or “further education voucher Sachsen”. Thus, the European Social Fund is used as a source of financing of special importance, though, because of the new regulations on the use of EU funds in the period 2014 - 2020 the partner countries are obliged to spend at least 20 % of ESF funding for social inclusion.
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