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LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME

TRANSFER OF INNOVATION, LEONARDO DA VINCI

AGREEMENT NUMBER – LLP/LDV/MT/TOI/03/2013

PROJECT NUMBER - 2013-1-MT1-LEO05-01191



AgroECVET

Transfer of Innovation to Activate and Implement ECVET for Transparency and Recognition of Learning Outcomes and Qualifications in the European Agricultural Sector


WP 4 – Pilot test on the enforcement of the

MoU ECVET for the agricultural sector

Common European Model for Learning Agreements ECVET



Model to be utilised at the aim of the definition and signature of the individual agreements among the workers and trainees in the agriculture sector interested to the recognition of the new European common professional qualification standard in the agricultural sector established by MoU ECVET for not-academic managerial and entrepreneurial competences, and the VET providers interested to provide the related training, describing the learning process in formal, informal and non formal contexts, and the related ECVET credits to be obtained to gain the professional qualification

in compliance with the

Memorandum of Understanding - MoU ECVET

for the concerned professional qualification and with the National and/or Regional rules on transparency and recognition of learning outcomes and qualifications in force in territories concerned by Pilot Test


2015

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication / communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

GRANTED THAT


The project “AgroECVET - Transfer of Innovation to Activate and Implement ECVET for Transparency and Recognition of Learning Outcomes and Qualifications in the European Agricultural Sector” is a multilateral project for transfer of innovation (MP ToI) which is underway within the sectoral programme Leonardo da Vinci of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-13.

The project Consortium includes important VET providers, social partners, and also SMEs, operating in agricultural sector at national, regional and local level (in Malta, Koperattivi Malta; in Italy, Aris Formazione e Ricerca Societa Cooperativa, Consorzio ITACA, and Associazione Nazionale Cooperative Agroalimentari Umbria; in Hungary, EBC*Licensing Magyarország Kft; in Spain, Fundación Ecoagroturismo; in Greece, Hellenic Management Association), and public institutions competent in VET at national and regional level (in particular, the Maltese National Commission for Further and Higher Education, and the Italian Regione Umbria), as well as European communication specialised organisations, like the Belgian Diesis Coop scrl-fs.

The project is financed within the Priority “ECVET for transparency and recognition of learning outcomes and qualifications” (LEO-TraInno-11)” of the Leonardo da Vinci MP ToI projects 2013 call, and as such it is aimed to apply the European tools and frameworks EQF, ECVET, and Europass to put in transparency and recognise across Europe the learning outcomes and the qualifications of agricultural sector, particularly through the establishment of a MoU ECVET defining the qualification field in terms of learning outcomes, mapping it onto the EQF via national and regional qualifications frameworks and systems, designing qualification in transferable units of learning outcomes with allocation of credit points, and by means of its enforcement (Learning Agreements, Credits Awarding, Transfer Validation and Accumulation) through related VET and programmes with flexible devices for validation, transfer and recognition of learning outcomes achieved in formal, informal and non formal contexts, also mainstreaming and multiplying these results.

At this aim are foreseen following specific objectives:

  • to analyse sustainable agriculture jobs in European VET systems, classifying them within EQF across participating countries, and identify a common perimeter to activate ECVET process;

  • to define an action plan to activate an ECVET process, starting from collection, analysis, adaptation of already realised best practices on transparency and recognition of competences and qualifications, and on ECVET process activation;

  • to design new common European qualifications in terms of activities/tasks/competences/learning outcomes units/ECVET credits;

  • to define and formalise (partners and competent/interested organisations) a Memorandum of Understanding - MoU ECVET for commonly recognised qualification/s,

  • to define and formalise (by professionals interested to qualification, concerned enterprises, VET providers) ECVET Learning Agreements describing, in compliance with MoU, training processes in formal/informal/non formal contexts, and related ECVET credits to be obtained;

  • to establish standards for quality testing;

  • to draft experimental training on ICT, sustainable agriculture, organic farming;

  • to establish a procedure for accreditation, also utilising Europass Certificate Supplement;

  • to disseminate project results and outputs to key actors, providing at EU level open information and supporting resources on activated ECVET process.

As yet, the project implementation process has been centred on the preparation of the useful documentation at the aim of the Memorandum of Understanding – MoU ECVET signature, particularly the design of the new European common professional qualification standard in the agricultural sector focused on not-academic managerial and entrepreneurial competences, defined in a shared way during work package 3 starting from the common professional perimeter of figures, profiles and qualifications in agriculture sector in participating Countries, and following the guideline to be used by the partners to activate and develop the ECVET process defined within the work package 2 on the basis of relevant experiences and best practices in terms of approaches, activities and tools, collected, analysed and selected at this aim.

In particular, the project activities has until now allowed the definition and formalisation, within the MoU ECVET signed in Athens the 12th November 2014, of a trans-national document, shared by all the participating European partners, which describes in terms of activities, tasks, skills and knowledge, units of competences / learning outcomes and correspondence between units and associated ECVET credit points, the new European common professional qualification standard for not-academic managerial and entrepreneurial competences in agriculture (see Appendix 1).


IT’S AGREED AND ESTABLISHED THAT


  1. Through skilled professional resources, will define in accordance with the interested employee/entrepreneur/ trainee (Candidate) operating in agriculture sector, precisely an intervention program aimed to put in transparency and to recognise the already acquired learning outcomes, and to attribute, in coherence with the above mentioned MoU ECVET and with territorial enforceable rules on professional qualification, the related training credits and ECVET credit points for the chosen professional qualifications in agriculture sector.

  2. At the end of above specified intervention program, aimed to put in transparency and to recognise the already acquired learning outcomes, an analytical description of the verified learning outcomes, in qualitative and quantitative terms (units and units parts, and associated ECVET credit points), will be produced in coherence with the above mentioned MoU ECVET.

  3. The ECVET assessment and accreditation process implemented in the frame of this project, shall be considered as a pilot experience.















Country: Malta

APPENDIX 1: Request for assessment of learning outcomes

This request for assessment is aimed to allow the recognition of the European qualification – The New European Common Profession Qualification Standard in The Agriculture Sector for not-academic Managerial and Entrepreneurial Competences (EQF Level 5) in agriculture sector and related learning outcomes and ECVET credits in compliance with the Memorandum of Understanding – MoU ECVET for the professional qualification and with the national and /or regional rules on transparency and recognition of competences and qualifications in force in territories concerned by the Pilot Test.


Name: ………………………………………………….…………….... 

ID card number: …………………………………..……………....

Address: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....

Contact Number: ……………………………….…….…………..

E-mail: …………….….…………………………………………………………………

Designation/Position of work: .…………….……………….

Please approve my participation in the assessment of learning outcomes:

No.

Learning outcomes of activity areas

Request for assessment

yes

no

1.

Understanding of the business enterprise basis



2.

Preparation of the business enterprise



3.

Facing of business enterprising fundamentals aspects



4.

Production definition and business planning



5

Reviewing, checking and evaluating business



6.

Business and production improvement



7.

Running the business infrastructure



8.

Running the business location



9.

Running the business supplies and equipment



10.

Running the business financial aspects



11.

Running the business legislation aspects



12.

Entrepreneurial developing of yourself



13.

Entrepreneurial management of people



14.

Planning of business keeping and winning strategies and measures



15.

Promoting and proposing your business and production



16.

Selling the production



17.

Business keeping and winning on international market



18.

Business keeping and winning by means of information technology



19.

Management of the entrepreneurial professional activity in agriculture



20.

Definition of the offer of the agriculture enterprise



21.

Planning of the agriculture enterprise production



22.

Participation to the agriculture goods and services production process and its supervision



23.

Monitoring of the advancing of agriculture goods and services production process



24.

Coordination of a workforce and professional resources involved in the agriculture enterprise activities



25.

Management of the provisions of agriculture materials, machinery and equipment



26.

Promotion of health and safety in agriculture



27.

Promotion of quality in agriculture



28.

Respect of environment in agriculture production activities



29.

Application of Energy Efficiency (EE) and Renewawble Energy Sources (RES) in Agriculture



30.

Contextualisation in Malta of agriculture activities



31.

Promotion of health and safety in the agriculture enterprise activites in Malta



32.

Respect of environment in the agriculture enterprise activities in Malta



33.

Management of agritourism in Malta



34.

Respect of environment and sustainability of the agritourism in Malta



35

Agricultural products preservation




I am committed to meeting the requirements for assessment, to provide the necessary information and documents for the assessment.


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