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Ireland. VET in Europe – Country Report 2011 - Europa

Ireland. VET in Europe – Country Report 2011 - Europa

Table of ContentsTheme

Table of ContentsTheme 1. General content Framework for the knowledge society1.1 Political and socio-economic context…………………………………………………… 61.2 Population and demographics…………………………………………………………… 61.3 Economy and labour market indicators…………………………………………………. 81.4 Educational attainment of the population……………………………………………….. 111.5 Definitions……………………………………………………………………………….. 14Theme 2. Modernising VET to support LLL, internationalisation and equality2.1 VET policy developments and priorities in supporting LLL……………………………. 192.2 Implementation of European tools and principles………………………………………. 212.3 Internationalisation 1 and transnational mobility for learning purposes 2 in VET……….. 23Theme 3. VET to support recovery from the crisis3.1 Overview………………………………………………………………………………… 293.2 Effects of the crisis on VET and corresponding measures……………………………… 29Theme 4. Historical background, legislative and institutional framewor4.1 Historical background…………………………………………………………………… 354.2 Legislative framework for IVET………………………………………………………... 354.3 Institutional framework for IVET……………………………………………………….. 364.4 Legislative framework for CVET……………………………………………………….. 384.5 Institutional framework for CVET……………………………………………………… 39Theme 5. Initial vocational education and training5.1 Background to the IVET system and diagram of the education & training system…….. 415.2 IVET at lower secondary level………………………………………………………… 455.3 IVET at upper secondary level (mainly school-based)………………………………… 455.4 Alternance/Apprenticeship training…………………………………………………….. 485.5 Programmes and alternative pathways for young people……………………………….. 515.6 Vocational education and training at post-secondary (non tertiary) level………………. 515.7 Vocational education and training at tertiary level (mainly school-based)…………….. 575.8 Language learning in IVET…………………………………………………………….. 591 Internationalisation of education is understood as the process of integrating an international, intercultural, and/orglobal dimension into the goals, functions (teaching/learning research, services) and delivery of education (adapted afterInternationalisation of Higher Education: New Directions, New Challenges, IAU 2995 Survey).2 Transnational mobility for learning purposes in VET is understood as the movement of students and/or teachers invocational education and training (VET) to another institution outside their own country to study or teach for a limitedtime. Students’ studies abroad may or may not result in recognition of the acquired KSC.4

Theme 6. Continuing vocational education and training6.1 General background……………………………………………………………………... 626.2 Formal learning in CVET……………………………………………………………….. 646.3 Non-formal learning in CVET………………………………………………………….. 646.4 Language learning in CVET…………………………………………………………….. 776.5 Training programmes to help job-seekers and people vulnerable to exclusion80from the labour market…………………………………………………………………..Theme 7. Training VET teachers and trainer7.1 Priorities in training VET teachers and trainers………………………………………… 837.2 Teachers and trainers in IVET………………………………………………………….. 857.3 Types of teachers and trainers in CVET………………………………………………… 85Theme 8. Matching VET provision (skills) with labour market needs (jobs8.1 Systems and mechanisms for the anticipation of skill needs (in sectors, occupations, 91education level)…………………………………………………………………………..8.2 Practices to match VET provision (skills) with skill needs (jobs)………………………. 93Theme 9. Lifelong guidance for lifelong learning and sustainable employment9.1 Strategy and provision………………………………………………………………….. 969.2 Target groups and modes of delivery…………………………………………………… 1009.3 Guidance and counselling personnel……………………………………………………. 101Theme 10. Financing Investment in human resources10.1 VET financing policy………………………………………………………………….. 10610.2 Funding for initial vocational education and training………………………………….. 10710.3 Funding for continuing education and training and adult learning…………………….. 11010.4 Funding for training for the unemployed……………………………………………… 113Theme 11. Authors, sources, bibliography, acronyms and abbreviations11.1 Authors………………………………………………………………………………….. 11811.2 Sources, references and websites………………………………………………………. 11811.3 Acronyms and abbreviations……………………………………………………………. 1265

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