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1.1 Status report on dual practice in at least 10 DHE programs in the EU and worldwide in various industries

 

 

 

WP1 | Task 1.1.

Review of EU best practices and experiences in dual system

 

 

KAZDUAL – Implementing dual system in Kazakhstan (618835-EPP-1-2020-1-KZ-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP)

 

15.01.2021 – 14.01.2024

 

 

Project Coordinator: Laura Khassenova (SKSU) Prepared by: PHT | Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol Delivery date: M6 – June 2021

 

 

 

Dissemination Level

 

PU

Public

 

PP

Restricted to other programme participants (including Commis- sion services and projects reviewers)

 

CO

Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including EACEA and Commission services and projects reviewers)

x

 

 

Summary of obtained templates and basic recommendation

The report gives an overview of the state-of-the-art on dual system practices, highlights important key points and challenges and thus provides an appropri- ate basis for further project steps.

 

Table of contents

  1. General overview........................................................................................................................................................... 4
    1. partners and relevant sectors................................................................................................................................... 4

Best practice examples dual studies...................................................................................................................................... 6

    1. and discussion of best practice examples at the Online Study Tour Austria................................................... 9

2 Profession profiles: Analysis of the available data....................................................................................................... 9

    1. level and NQF/EQF level............................................................................................................................................... 9

Dual partner institutions and time allocation....................................................................................................................... 10

    1. overall duration, and study mode.......................................................................................................................... 11

Study Organization................................................................................................................................................................ 11

Qualification – degree........................................................................................................................................................... 15

    1. requirements....................................................................................................................................................... 15
    2. basis............................................................................................................................................................................. 16
    1. authorization and regulations................................................................................................................................... 17

Curricula abstracts................................................................................................................................................................. 18

  1. Educators profiles: Analysis of the available data...................................................................................................... 18
    1. at University/College............................................................................................................................................ 18
      1. level and NQF/EQF level.......................................................................................................................................... 19

Dual partner institutions and time allocation.................................................................................................................... 19

ECTS-AP, Qualification – degree........................................................................................................................................ 20

      1. Organization and Mode.................................................................................................................................. 20

Admission requirements.................................................................................................................................................... 20

      1. basis.......................................................................................................................................................................... 21

Access authorization and regulations................................................................................................................................ 21

      1. abstracts.......................................................................................................................................................... 22

Educators at companies/schools.......................................................................................................................................... 22

      1. level and NQF/EQF level.......................................................................................................................................... 22

Dual partner institutions.................................................................................................................................................... 22

ECTS-AP, Qualification – degree........................................................................................................................................ 22

      1. Organization and Mode.................................................................................................................................. 23
      1. requirements.................................................................................................................................................... 23
      2. basis.......................................................................................................................................................................... 23

Regulations......................................................................................................................................................................... 23

      1. abstracts.......................................................................................................................................................... 23

4 Conclusions and recommendations............................................................................................................................. 24

    1. basis/framework......................................................................................................................................................... 24
    1. Organisation and Curriculum Design.......................................................................................................................... 25

Teaching and training staff................................................................................................................................................... 26

  1. References................................................................................................................................................................... 27
  2. Appendix....................................................................................................................................................................... 28
 

List of abbreviations

BA Bachelor

ECTS-AP European Credit Transfer System-Application Point. EQR European Qualification Framework

HEI higher education institutions

HTL, HAK, HLW kinds of higher Vocational Education Schools in Austria ISCED International Standard Classification of Education.

MA Master

N/A not available

NQR National Qualification Framework

VET Vocational Education and Training

 

 

 

  1. General overview

In Kazakhstan there have been significant changes during the last 25 years within the vocational edu- cation and training (VET) system, caused by the dynamic economic development and related structural changes in the labour market. The consequence was an increasing demand for skilled manpower and this demand influences the education policy too. It is of utmost priority to increase the competitiveness of the country’s economy and therefore to reform the educational system too (Kenzhegaliyeva 2018, p. 80).

On this background one of the main goals of the KazDual project is to develop a flexible model for dual Higher Education that supports different needs and interests of employers, higher education institu- tions (HEIs) and students in different industrial sectors. Furthermore, recommendations to HEIs on the implementation of dual Higher Education are to be given (Application 2020). For this reason, different measures are set as part of work package 1, including data collection of best practice examples and analysis of EU practice as well as from Kazakhstan. The general idea is to create an overview about best practice examples regarding dual education throughout Europe and Kazakhstan.

This report gives an overview of the best-practice examples which were submitted by the KazDual project partners. The PHT Team Austria analysed the examples based on the templates which were created for this purpose. The templates aimed to collect relevant data for the profession profiles and for the training of the educator for these profiles (on college and on university level).

Although the templates are helpful for structuring the data, it should be noted that they also limit the data identified to the inputs classified as important by the creators.

Nevertheless, the results show that, due to the good cooperation between the project partners, inter- esting and useful results can be achieved, despite the challenges posed by language barriers and dif- ferent terminology related to dual education.

A summary of the results and recommendations for the model to be developed are shown in chapter

4. In chapter 6 all best practice examples can be found.

    1. partners and relevant sectors

In a first step, the project partners were asked by PHT Team Austria to name 1 to 3 industrial sectors in an online questionnaire. PHT suggested the following sectors analogous to the application: logistics, IT, manufacturing, energetics, and electronics. KazDual partners were encouraged to identify other relevant sectors that are of interest to the partners in Kazakhstan. This option was added at the request of the Kazakh project partners to be able to address their specific needs from the outset.

By March 12/2021, project partners reported the following relevant sectors in which they could pro- vide best practice examples:

 

Table 1:KazDual project partners and mentioned sectors with existing best practice examples

 

UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE

KAZDUAL PROJECT PARTNERS

MENTIONED SECTORS WITH BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES

 

 

 

 

EU

Tallinna Tehnikakorgkool – University of Applied

Sciences (TKK)

  • logistics

 

Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg (OvGU)

  • logistics
  • IT
  • electronics

 

Pedagogical University Tyrol (PHT)

  • electrical engineering
  • IT
  • pedagogy (teacher subject the- ory)

 

 

 

KAZ

 

 

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (KazNPU)

  • IT
  • pedagogy (primary education, special education, preschool ed- ucation)
  • teacher – philologist for teaching a foreign language in national schools

 

 

 

Shakarim State University of Semey (SSUS)

  • logistics
  • energetics
  • mechatronics
  • pedagogy
  • management and tourism

 

 

Karaganda State University named after Academician E. A. Buketov (KSU)

  • energetics
  • electronics
  • IT entrepreneurship & digital economy
  • Restaurant and hospitality busi- ness

 

 

M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University (SKSU)

  • energetics
  • electric power industry
  • metallurgy
  • chemical technology of inorganic substances
  • mechanical engineering
  • construction and agronomy

 

Karanganda Higher Polytechnic College

  • energetics
  • electronics
  • automobile

 

Electrotechnical College Semey

  • energetics
  • welding
  • operation, repair, maintenance of rolling railways

 

 

After this first overview, it could be stated that all European as well as all Kazakh partners can provide best practice examples in dual Higher Education. It also became apparent that further sectors were mentioned in addition to those mentioned in the application.

 

Best practice examples dual studies

After obtaining an initial overview (pt. 1.1), PHT Team Austria developed a table/grid to identify rele- vant data on best practices related to dual degree programs. Questionnaires/review templates had been sent out as per agreement with ACQUIN to KazDual project-partners – Universities and Colleges in Austria, Estonia, and Germany as well as the institutions of Kazakhstan (pt. 1.1). The focus of the templates was not only laid on dual education in different sectors, but also on how the educators are trained in different countries in comparison. The table/grid is shown below.

Table 2: Table/Grid as a template for naming best practice examples

 

[COUNTRY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [EDUCATION LEVEL, E.G. COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY LEVEL] [PROFESSION]

ISCED1-LEVEL

[AT WHAT ISCED LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

NQR/EQF2-LEVEL

[AT WHAT EQF-LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE DUAL TRAINING PROGRAM]

 

[PARTNER 1]

 

[PARTNER 2]

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[HOW LONG DOES THE TRAINING LAST]

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

ECTS-AP

[HOW MANY ECTS ARE ACQUIRED]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[WHAT QUALIFICATION/DEGREE IS ACQUIRED]

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[WHAT ARE THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS]

LEGAL BASIS

[WHAT ARE THE LEGAL BASES FOR THIS EDUCATION]

ACCESS TO

[WHICH ACCESS IS AVAILABLE AFTER THE TRAINING]

 

REGULATIONS

[OTHER REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE TRAINING; E. G. NUMBER OF TRAINEES, WHO

BEARS THE COSTS, ARE THERE OTHER PARTNERS INVOLVED]

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

[WHAT ARE THE CORE ELEMENTS OF THE CURRICULUM]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

2 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

Table 3: Table/Grid as a template for naming the associated training of the training persons

 

[COUNTRY]

EDUCATORS PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: [EDUCATION LEVEL; E.G. COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY LEVEL] [PROFESSION]

ISCED3-LEVEL

[AT WHAT ISCED LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

NQR/EQF4-LEVEL

[AT WHAT EQF-LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE TRAINING FOR THIS EDUCATORS]

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

[HOW LONG DOES THE TRAINING LAST TO BECOME AN EDUCATOR]

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

ECTS-AP

[HOW MANY ECTS ARE ACQUIRED]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[WHAT QUALIFICATION/DEGREE IS ACQUIRED]

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[WHAT ARE THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS]

LEGAL BASIS

[WHAT ARE THE LEGAL BASES FOR THIS EDUCATION]

 

REGULATIONS

[OTHER REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE TRAINING; E. G. NUMBER OF TRAINERS, WHO

BEARS THE COSTS, ARE THERE OTHER PARTNERS INVOLVED]

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

[WHAT ARE THE CORE ELEMENTS IN THE CURRICULUM]

 

 

The participants were provided with a completion guide. The table was completed by all project part- ners and submitted to PHT Team Austria by April 9/2021. The received examples are the bases for further steps in the project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

4 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

Table 4: Universities/Colleges and submitted best practice examples for dual study programmes

 

 

UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES AND SUBMITTED BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EU

 

Otto-von-Guericke-Univer- sity Magdeburg (OvGU)

 

Tallinna Tehnikakorgkool –

University of Appl. Sc. (TTK)

 

Pedagogical University Tyrol (PHT)

  • Mechatronics Technician
  • Information Technician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Electronic Engineering (Apprenticeship, Teacher VET-School, In-Company- Trainer [Educator], Univer- sity Educator)
  • Logistics Manager

(BSc University of Applied Science, In-Company- Trainer [Educator], Lecturer in University of Applied Sci- ences [Educator]

  • Teacher VET School
  • Teacher Higher Vocational Education
  • Information Technology
  • Electrical Engineering (Apprenticeship, Teacher VET-School, In-Company- Trainer [Educator], Univer- sity Educator, Teachers for different subjects of subject theory at colleges for higher vocational education)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KAZ

 

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (KazNPU)

 

Shakarim State University of Semey (SSUS)

Karaganda State University named after Academician E. A. Buketov (KSU)

  • Teacher of the Russian language and literature (vocational education)
  • Bachelor of Education (University level: Teacher for Russian Language & Literature; Russian Lan- guage & Literature in schools with non-Russian language of instruction)
  • Heat Power Engineering (different specializations possible)
  • Automation & Control (Mechatronics & Robo- tics)
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering & Machine Building
  • IT-Entrepreneurship & Di- gital Economy
  • Energetics (Energy saving & evaluation)
  • Electronics (Radio Electro- nics & Connectivity)

 

 

 

 

 

KAZ

M. Auezov South Kazakh- stan State University

(SKSU)

 

Karanganda Higher Poly- technic College (KHPT)

 

Electrotechnical College Se- mey (ETCS)

  • Speciality Agronomy
  • Production of construc- tion products and struc- tures (Technician-Tech- nologist)
  • Electrical & Mechanical Engineering
  • Electronics Technician
  • Mechanical Technician
  • Communication Techni- cian
  • Operation, Repair, Maintenance of Rolling Railways
  • Power Supply (by in- dustry)
  • Welding
 
    1. and discussion of best practice examples at the Online Study Tour Austria

Within work package 1 it was intended that 22 teaching staff members and managers from Kazakh partner institutions would carry out a 1-week study visit to Germany and Austria each for the transfer of knowledge and experience in the field of the Dual system.

Due to the challenges that COVID-19 had brought; the study visits had to be organized online by using Zoom as a virtual platform. The study visits took place from 26th to 28th of April at OvGU (Germany) and from 5th to 7th of May at PHT (Austria). More than 35 people have participated in each of the study tours.

During the online study tour in Austria all best practice examples of the involved project partners were presented, and open questions were clarified. This was necessary because the analysis of the submit- ted examples from Kazakhstan revealed that the understanding of Duality is different in Europe and Kazakhstan.

The completion of the templates, which were prepared according to the European understanding of dual education, seemed to be difficult for the Kazakh partners – especially regarding “training of train- ers” -, whereas the submitted data of the European partners (OvGU, TTK) did not leave any questions unanswered.

During the discussions almost all questions or ambiguities could be clarified.

 

  1. Profession profiles: Analysis of the available data

In this chapter a more detailed view is described to help understand the differences between European and Kazakh education models. The sections described are based on the items requested in the tem- plates. The submitted examples can be read in detail in the appendix.

    1. level and NQF/EQF level5

As can be seen easily in the table below, the best practice examples from the European and Kazakh institutions are approximately at the same ISCED/NQF/EQF level. However, there are a few special features:

At the college level, the classic apprenticeship professions are taken as an example in the EU (ISCED level 3 and NQF/EQF level 3-4). In Kazakhstan, training in colleges is given as ISCED level 3-4 and NQF/EQF level 4, with preschool educators, primary school teachers and teachers of Russian language and literature also being trained at this level here. This is very different from teacher training in Europe, where teacher training is at ISCED level 5 to 7 and NQF/EQF level 6 (Bachelor) and 7 (Master). At Uni- versity level there are no differences between Europe and Kazakhstan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 In our template we referred to the mentioned qualification frames because they cannot be seen completely separately from each other, especially not in connection with dual training programmes: the EQF focuses on qualification systems and framework whereas the ISCED classification is an International Standard Classification of Education. The main difference between the ISCED classification and the EQF levels concerns the stronger internal differentiation of higher education within ISCED.

 

Table 5: ISCED level and NQF/QF level of the best practice examples

 

COLLEGE LEVEL

EU

KAZ

ISCED LEVEL

3

4

NQF/EQF Level

3-4

3-4

UNIVERSITY LEVEL

EU

KAZ

ISCED LEVEL

5-7

6-7

NQF/EQF Level

5-7

6-7

 

 

    1. partner institutions and time allocation

On another point, the project partners were asked with what percentage the partners are involved in the dual training program. Furthermore, it was determined how long the training lasts at the training partners and which study mode is implemented.

It turns out that in Kazakhstan the share of training in colleges is between 40 and 60 percent, the other part is trained in enterprises or in pedagogical areas (college level in KazNPU) in schools. This means that at least 40 % of the training is organized in colleges. This is completely different in Europe. In traditional apprenticeship training, the proportion in vocational schools is 20 – max. 30 %, and the other part is spent in companies.

There are also differences between Kazakhstan and Europe in terms of dual education programs at universities. In Europe, the lowest percentage of training at the university is 20 % in the training of vocational schoolteachers or teachers for different subjects of subject theory at colleges for higher vocational education. Even though at higher educational levels the theoretical aspects are becoming more intense, the need for practical education still is respected and therefore included in the official educational programme. In Kazakhstan, universities provide at least 35 % of training in dual programs.

From the information, the conclusion can be drawn that within the European countries, the emphasis of dual training - even regardless of the degree - is placed on inter-company training and practical work. Theoretical knowledge is used as a supporting factor in addition to practical skills and knowledge, but not as the main criteria for training qualified employees/skilled workers. In Germany, Austria and Estonia, the emphasis within the dual training system is on in-company training, while in Kazakhstan the priorities are on university-based theoretical knowledge.

Table 6: percentage the partners are involved in the dual training program, ECTS-AP, overall duration

 

COLLEGE LEVEL

EU

KAZ

PART OF THE COLLEGE

20 – 30 %

40 – 60 %

PART OF THE COMPANY/SCHOOL

70 – 80 %

40 – 60 %

UNIVERSITY LEVEL

EU

KAZ

PART OF THE UNIVERSITY

20 – 85 %

35 – 80 %

PART OF THE COMPANY/SCHOOL

15 – 80 %

20 – 65 %

 

ECTS-AP, overall duration, and study mode

In Europe and Kazakhstan, no ECTS-AP are awarded for college-level training. In addition, the workload for the bachelor's degree in Europe is estimated at 180 to 240 ECTS-AP, while in Kazakhstan the bach- elor's degree basically comprises 240 ECTS-AP. It is stated that it is also possible to complete a higher number of ECTS-AP, depending on the internships. In one case it is stated that the bachelor's degree comprises only 210 ECTS-AP (Electronical College Semey: 210 BA + 55 ECTS-AP Master of Industrial Training - Educator).

The overall duration on college level in Europe and Kazakhstan seems to be quite similar (3- 4 years).

On university level there are differences again. In Europe, the minimum duration for a bachelor´s de- gree is three years – 180 ECTS-AP (Exception: lateral entry studies with corresponding admission re- quirements). In Kazakhstan, university can regularly be completed after 2.5 years.

In study mode, it can be noted that both face-to-face and distance learning are common. However, the question arises as to what is meant by distance learning.

Table 7: ECTS, overall duration and study mode

 

COLLEGE LEVEL

EU

KAZ

ECTS-AP

---

---

OVERALL DURATION (COLLEGE & COMPANY/SCHOOL)

36 – 48 MONTHS

36 – 46 MONTHS

 

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

UNIVERSITY LEVEL

EU

KAZ

 

ECTS-AP

BA: 180 – 240

BA: 60 (+240)

BA: 240

MA: 60 – 120

MA: 120

OVERALL DURATION (UNIVERSITY & COMPANY/SCHOOL

36 – 54 MONTHS

30 – 48 MONTHS

 

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

    1. Organization

The different examples show many ways of vocational education. From internships to full-time blocks, from 1 day/week to part time (half a day in school, half a day in college) every possibility has come up in these best practice examples. Therefore, it is difficult to frame or present a picturesque visible chart for a reliable comparison.

However, the provided data delivers an insight into the complexity of the study mode variations. Not all responding institutions could clearly notify and/or diversify between time spent in companies and schools/universities/colleges. As some study programmes contain internships, the definite time frame cannot be specified exactly. The data drawn had to be adapted by further descriptions as otherwise the information would not have been applicable. Here again the different understandings of duality became obvious.

Due to this missing definition the conclusion has been drawn that there is no specified regulation re- garding the division of a company-school-ratio. The varieties of the different study modes may arise from the lack of legal bases regarding the relevant educational fields. If the legal basis in a country is concentrated only on the theoretical (higher) education, the similarity between study modes goes amiss and is leading to structureless profiles that diversify multiply.

 

 

Table 8: Examples for study organizations

 

CT EU

NAME

PROFESSION

UNIVERSITY/COL-

LEGE/SCHOOL

DURATION IN % (APP.)

COMPANY/SCHOOL* - DURATION IN % (APP.)

DURATION & ORGANIZATION

 

 

DE

 

 

OvGU

Electrical Engineering and In- formation Technology (B.

Eng.)

 

University

 

40

 

Company

 

60

4,5 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training

Electronics Technician

Vocational School

20 -

30

 

Company

70 -

80

3,5 years overall duration (each profession) fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training

Information Technician

Mechatronics Technician

EST

TTK

Logistics Manager

University

90

Company

10

3,5 years overall duration

fulltime + internships for practical in-company training

 

 

 

 

 

 

AT

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHT

 

Electrical Engineering

 

 

 

 

University

 

70

 

Company

 

30

3 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in company-training (2-5

months from the 3rd semester on)

 

Hardware-Software-Design

 

24

 

Company

 

12

3 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in company-training (2-5

months from the 3rd semester on)

 

Higher Vocational Education (HTL, HAK, HLW)

 

20

 

College

 

80

2 years overall duration (academic subject study as admis- sion requirement)

parttime: 1 day a week at university - 4 days/week in class- room (practical-in-school-training)

 

Information Technician

 

Vocational School

 

20

 

Company

 

80

4 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training (3 blocks of company work 10 months a year + 4 blocks in total with 2 months a year in school)

* School as a practical field within teacher education programmes

 

CT KAZ

NAME

PROFESSION

UNIVERSITY/COL-

LEGE/SCHOOL

DURATION IN % (APP.)

COMPANY/SCHOOL* - DURATION IN % (APP.)

DURATION & ORGANIZATION

 

 

 

 

 

KAZ

 

 

 

 

 

SKSU

 

Speciality Agronomy

 

University

 

35

 

Company

 

65

4 years overall duration

fulltime + parttime: practical in-company training during semesters 3-7 with 2-4 days a week / University semester 1+2+8 fulltime, rest 1-3 days a week

Production of construction products and structures

N/A

40

N/A

60

3 years overall duration n/a

Electrical Engineering

University

35

University

65

fulltime study

 

Mechanical Engineering

 

University

 

35

 

Company

 

65

fulltime + parttime: practical in-company training during semester 5-7 with 3-4 days a week / semester 8 fulltime in-company / University with distant learning semesters 1

– 4 fulltime and Semesters 5-7 with 1 – 2 days a week

 

 

KAZ

 

 

KazNPU

Teacher of Russian lan-

guage and literature

 

 

College

 

 

-

 

 

N/A

 

 

-

overall duration depends on pre-qualification: 46 months after 9th grade

34 months after 11th grade

fulltime or parttime study (depending on pre-qualification)

Preschool educators

Primary education teacher

 

 

KAZ

 

 

KSU

Radio Electronics and Con- nectivity

 

 

University

 

 

60

 

 

Company

 

 

40

4 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training (Bachelor: 72 weeks university, 48 weeks in-comp.-train- ing;

Master: 36 weeks university, 24 weeks in-comp.-training –

Electronics & IT-entrepreneurship)

Energetics - Energy Saving

and Evaluation

IT-entrepreneurship and

digital economy

SKSU … M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University

KazNPU … Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University

KSU … Karaganda State University named after Academician E. A. Buketov (KSU)

 

CT KAZ

NAME

PROFESSION

UNIVERSITY/COL-

LEGE/SCHOOL

DURATION IN % (APP.)

COMPANY/SCHOOL* - DURATION IN % (APP.)

DURATION & ORGANIZATION

 

 

 

KAZ

 

 

 

SSUS

Heat Power Engineering

University

80

Company

20

2-4 years overall duration depending on pre-qualification

fulltime + blocks: for practical in-company training

Mechanical Engineering

University

N/A

Company

n/a

2-4 years overall duration depending on pre-qualification

Automation and Control (Mechatronics and Robot-

ics)

 

University

 

30

 

-

 

2-4 years overall duration depending on pre-qualification fulltime study

 

 

 

 

 

KAZ

 

 

 

 

 

KHPT

 

Communication Technician

 

 

 

 

 

College

 

 

 

 

 

40

 

 

 

 

 

Company

 

 

 

 

 

60

1 year 10 months overall duration

Fulltime + block practical in-company training:

In company: 95 weeks all in all; college: 38 weeks / year

 

 

Mechanical Technician

2 years 10 months overall duration

Fulltime + block practical in-company training: In company: 40 weeks / year

College: 27 weeks / year + 20 weeks / year + 16 weeks / year

 

Electronics Technician

2 years 10 months overall duration

Fulltime + block practical in-company training: In company: 147 weeks all in all

College: 59 weeks

 

 

 

KAZ

 

 

 

ETCS

Operation, Repair, Mainte- nance of rolling railways

 

 

 

College

 

 

 

40

 

 

 

Company

 

 

 

60

2 years 10 months overall duration

Fulltime + block practical in-company training:

In company: 32 weeks all in all / College: 20 weeks / year

 

Power Supply (by industry)

2 years 10 months/3 years 10 months overall duration (de- pending on pre-qualification)

Fulltime + block practical in-company training:

In company: 32 weeks all in all / College: 20 weeks / year

 

 

 

Welding

 

 

 

 

2 years 10 months/3 years 10 months overall duration (de- pending on pre-qualification)

Fulltime + block practical in-company training:

In company: 32 weeks all in all / College: 20 weeks / year

SSUS… Shakarim State University of Semey, KHPT… Karanganda Higher Polytechnic College, ETCS… Electrotechnical College Semey

 

Qualification – degree

The basic vocational education in Kazakhstan (e.g., Electronical College Semey) does show parallels to the system in Europe, although the contract basis is different from the one in Europe. Whereas in Europe trainees will receive a remarkable salary during their apprenticeship education, in Kazakhstan the practical education is seen as internships in the companies and therefore not being paid for.

In the universities of applied sciences in Europe, students are recruited by companies and hired directly by them. At the University of Applied Sciences students graduate with a Bachelor´s degree. Conse- quently, employees become workers and students at the same time to get a specific qualification and can stay in the company with a good salary, as they also get used to procedures, organizational culture, and values during the training.

It should be emphasized that in Austria, for example, the training for vocational schoolteachers and teachers for higher vocational schools runs in parallel. The program culminates in a Bachelor of Educa- tion degree, with an optional Master´s degree. In Germany, on the other hand, teacher training is se- quenced as "study followed by practical experience." Teachers in Germany must have a Master’s de- gree. The Kazakh system for teacher training is different from the Austrian system but there is also a partner involved, where students can do their practical training. Teachers in Kazakhstan graduate with a bachelor's degree.

Table 9: Qualification / degree

 

COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY

EU

Journey-level

 

 

 

BACHELOR MASTER

 

 

 

KAZ

Journey level

Technician-Technologist (120 ECTS-AP)

[SKSU]

Pre-school Educator’s assistant (Teacher

assistant) [KazNPU]

Educator of the organization of preschool education and training [KazNPU]

 

 

    1. requirements

Various examples from Europe and Kazakhstan are given for the admission requirements. In principle, you can start an apprenticeship (college level) in Europe if you have completed compulsory education (9/10 years). The prerequisite is the signing of an apprenticeship contract. In some apprenticeship oc- cupations, the A-level is required in Germany. In Kazakhstan, depending on the college, you must have completed 9 or 11 years of school to be eligible to attend college. It is also stated that entrance tests must be passed or that apprenticeship contracts must be concluded. In the pedagogical colleges, a general and a special pedagogical exam are required.

Access to European universities is generally granted with the A-level (post-secondary High School Di- ploma). In some cases, suitable exams must also be passed. At least three years of professional expe- rience are required for vocational teacher training in Austria. Teachers in higher vocational schools also need a degree in the subject area where they are supposed to teach. In Kazakhstan, the certificate 11th grade and an additional testing is necessary.

 

Table 10: Admission requirements

 

COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY

 

 

 

EU

ISCED 3; NQF/EQF 4 (A-level 12/13 years school) + Apprenticeship Contract

ISCED 3; NQF/EQF 5 (A-level 12/13 years school) or lateral entrants (only with suita-

ble exams)

9/10 years compulsory education + Ap-

prenticeship Contract

Academic degree of at least 240 ECTS-AP relevant to subject + 3 years of professional practice in specified field

ISCED 3; NQF/EQF 3 (secondary educa-

tion)

 

 

 

 

KAZ

Certificate 9th grade or Certificate 11th grade

general secondary, technical, and profes- sional or post-secondary education + addi-

tional testing

Certificate 11th grade + Apprenticeship

Contract

 

 

Certificate 11th grade + additional testing

Certificate 9th grade or Certificate 11th grade + additional testing (general exam +

special pedagogical exam)

Certificate 11th grade + additional testing

 

 

    1. basis

The basis of every dual study programme in Germany and Austria is either an apprenticeship-contract with the company or a contract of employment with the company (for higher education => university level). These contracts are accompanied by the Framework curricula for vocational schools (released by the Ministries of Education and Cultural affairs), the Higher Education act, and the training regula- tions for companies. The regulations are based on the Law on Vocational Education and on the Youth Employment Protection Act as well as the Working Hours Act. The legal background in Germany and Austria allows certain supervision through external institutions regarding in-company training like the chamber of commerce and labour regulations inspectors. Therefore, for the in-company training an adequate curriculum (for each job description) must be adhered to by the company providing voca- tional training. This embodies that also the training-staff must undergo a training-course (offered by the chamber of commerce). In Estonia, the legal basis for the dual study programme at the university is the Republic of Estonia education act, the higher education act, and the standard of higher educa- tion. In Austria and Germany, the success of dual vocational training or studies is “the result of sensible control mechanisms safeguarding responsible interactions of all parties involved who benefit, in dif- ferent ways” (Kenzhegaliyeva, 2018). These include universities, employees, social partners (chambers and trade unions) and the state.

According to the templates the dual education in Kazakhstan is merely based on the below shown legal acts (the transmitted information has been complex and different in many varieties, so that we have decided to show some exemplary samples). It seems there is no concrete regulation about the duration of certain studies (1 year to 5 years) or the in-company-qualification of training-staff. Even though there is a vocational training act existing, the basis for the higher education is mostly relying on the “state obligatory of higher education”, where a major part of the education is focused on a theoretical level.

In Kazakhstan, practical work in the classroom (as per vocational school models in Austria and Ger- many) is very limited and a pedagogic-approach to practice-based education is just starting. There- fore, a policy level to establish a flexible dual system through professional education at vocational and higher education level needs to be implemented. (EAC/A02/2019 – structural projects).

 

Table 11: Legal basis

 

EU

KAZAKHSTAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • apprenticeship-contract with the company
  • a contract of employ- ment with the company
  • State compulsory standard for technical and vocational education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018, No. 604).
  • Standard rules for admission to training in educational organizations that implement educational programs of technical and vocational, post-secondary education (approved by order of the Minister of Ed- ucation and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 18, 2018, No. 578).
  • Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 11, 1997, No. 151-I About languages in the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 4, 2018, No. 171-VІ ЗРК "On Amendments and Additions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Expanding the Academic and Admin- istrative Independence of Higher Education Institutions."
  • State compulsory standard for technical and vocational education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018, No. 604).
  • Standard rules for admission to training in educational organizations that implement educational programs of technical and vocational, post-secondary education (approved by order of the Minister of Ed- ucation and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 18, 2018, No. 578).

 

Apprenticeship contract with the company, accorded to vocational training act

  • 1. The Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan " About Education "
  • 2. Typical rules of activities of educational organizations, imple- menting educational programs of higher and (or) postgraduate edu- cation,
  • 3. State obligatory standard of higher education
  • 4. Rules of educational process organization by credit technology of education
  • 5. Standard rules of admission to training in educational organiza- tions

6. Partnership agreement with the company

 

 

    1. authorization and regulations

In Europe and Kazakhstan, it is evident that completion of vocational training, college, or university each provides credentials for the next higher level. In this way, all project partners demonstrate access to further education.

The number of apprentices or students is also regulated similarly in both regions - the EU and Kazakh- stan. In some cases, entry restrictions are imposed and in others the number of apprentices is regu- lated by the market. The more people are needed in the market, the more people are trained in the demanded area. Kazakh partners mentioned that there is a university´s plan of admission or a state order.

 

Most of the studies are free of charge – in Europe as well as in Kazakhstan. In Austria for example, studies at the Universities of Applied Sciences often cost € 380,00 per semester. But in dual studies, often the partner company pays the fee. The cost of mostly all universities and colleges are borne by the state and the companies or the universities. In Kazakhstan also the local municipality (tripartite agreement) bears the costs for the teachers to be trained.

    1. abstracts

The curricula excerpts are diverse according to the respective profiles and do not allow a general state- ment. However, it can be determined that the curricula are designed to build on each other (from general to specific knowledge for the profession).

The excerpts provided can be found in the appendix.

 

  1. Educators profiles: Analysis of the available data

The following is the analysis of the educators’ profiles that were submitted. The European project part- ners have filled in these profiles completely - both for the trainers in the theoretical phases and for those in the practical phases in the companies.

However, as mentioned above, not all Kazakh partners submitted information on this. We attribute this to the fact that the educators working in the theory phases at colleges or universities must undergo institutionalized training, but not those who are responsible for the trainees in the companies. There- fore, this requirement was perhaps misleading.

Austria, Estonia, and Germany offer similar programmes in higher education to the vocational educa- tion (ISCED and NQR/EQF levels 3/4). Teachers and/or trainers must attend similar study programmes combined with in-company training as their apprentices do. The work-study-ratio may vary a bit to 70- 30, but for example in Austria the teacher-training for vocational-schoolteachers is also based on a 80- 20 proportion.

In Kazakhstan, the Higher Education for training staff is only provided in universities – apart from the training for teachers in different schools -, but no In-Company-Training course could be obtained from the provided data.

Therefore, the most obvious discrepancy between the systems in Kazakhstan and Western Europe could be recognised in the education of educators (company and universities/colleges/vocational schools).

    1. at University/College

In this chapter we focus on the trainings for educators at universities or colleges in dual study pro- grammes Therefore we rely on the submitted data from Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (KazNPU) and the Electronical College in Semey as examples from Kazakhstan[1].

 

The European examples refer to all three European project partners: OvGU, PHT, TTK. It should be noted that for Austria and Germany, specific reference is made to dual apprenticeship training and the training of teachers working here.

In addition, the training of teachers in dual study programmes at universities are also taken into ac- count.

[1] These were the only institutions that filled out a template for this.

 
      1. level and NQF/EQF level

The educators in colleges or universities in Kazakhstan must undergo an education at ISCED or EQF level 5, 6 or 7 (upper secondary education, Bachelor or Master). The upper secondary education is sufficient in the pedagogical field in certain subject matters.

The European examples show that a university degree at level 6, 7 or 8 (Bachelor, Master, PhD) is always required for teaching at universities or colleges in dual study programmes.

For the European models, it is important to distinguish whether a trainer teaches at a vocational school within the framework of apprenticeship training or at a university within the framework of dual higher education studies. This difference is dealt with separately in each case where necessary.

      1. partner institutions and time allocation

Kazaksthan

It can be seen from the two Kazakh examples that an additional training partner is also involved in the training of the educators, who work at the universities or at the colleges. In teacher education, this is the respective school for which the teaching qualification is acquired. In the area of other dual study programs, it is a college in which the specific profession is trained.

The total training period in the pedagogical field depends on the previous education and amounts to 2 to 4 years. The time distribution between the responsible training institutions amounts to 96 weeks at the HEI and 24 weeks at the training partner (school).

In other dual study programs, the training period corresponds to that of the Bachelor's (4 years) and Master's programs (2 years). For the training period at the participating partner, 3 years and 10 months are cited.

Europe

In Austria, vocational schoolteachers receive dual training just like the apprentices they teach, namely within the framework of a genuine dual study programme The two responsible training partners in this case are the university and the vocational school where the specific profession is taught. This training takes a total of 4 years. During these 4 years, the students are approx. 30% at the university and 70 % at the vocational school.

In Germany, on the other hand, vocational schoolteachers are trained at university (6 semesters Bach- elor, 4 semesters Master). Internships are integrated into the study programme (about 12 weeks) and 1,5 years of trainee teachership at a vocational school must be completed after the studies. Accompa- nying theory courses must be attended during this year (335 hours).

To be able to teach in other dual study programmes at universities, you basically need an academic education (Bachelor, Master, PhD) in the field you are teaching.

In Austria and Germany, no other training partner is involved. Tallinn, on the other hand, states that companies are also involved in this training (at least in the Logistics Manager example). No data was provided on the time allocation. However, the total duration of the studies is 7 semesters for the Bach- elor's degree, 4 semesters for the Master's degree and 8 semesters for the doctorate.

 
      1. Qualification – degree

Kazakhstan

In teacher training, the study degrees differ, some are completed with 240 ECTS-AP (Bachelor) and others are on ISCED level 3-4; NQF/EQF level 4 (see chapter 2.1).

There are no ECTS APs listed in the examples submitted by the Electronical College Semey. The training ends in any case with the Master of industrial training, to be able to teach in the fields of welding, power supply and operation, repair, maintenance of rolling railways.

Europe

In Germany, Master's studies amount to 300 ECTS-AP to then be able to teach in vocational schools. In Austria, a Bachelor's degree with 240 ECTS-AP is sufficient for this - the Master's degree can be studied optionally (60 ECTS-AP).

For the academic degrees required for teaching at higher education institutions in dual study pro- grammes, the European ECTS-AP ranges according to the Bologna Agreement are decisive: 180 and 240 ECTS-AP for the Bachelor's degree (Estonia 210 ECTS), 120 ECTS for the Master's degree, for the doctorate the ECTS-AP attribution varies.

      1. Organization and Mode

Kazakhstan

Study organization and study mode vary in teacher education depending on prior education: general secondary education, secondary vocational education or higher education. Both at the HEI and at the school, the studies are to be completed either full-time (after secondary education) or by distance learning (after secondary vocational and higher education).

Both distance-learning and offline-learning are also listed for the training programs in the areas for the training of educators by the Electronical College Semey.

Europe

As already mentioned, vocational teacher training in Austria is organised as a dual study programme. The students spend one day a week and one semester entirely at the university, the rest of the time they work at the vocational schools. During the entire study programme, there is constant ex- change/contact between the training partners university and vocational school. The optional Master's programme is also organised on a part-time basis, with courses taking place at weekends. There is both distance learning and classroom teaching.

The study mode in Germany within the education of vocational schoolteachers is classroom based at universities including the internships in vocational schools. However, the practical phase only follows after graduation.

As there are no institutionalised regulations for the training of teachers in other dual study pro- grammes, or as no other partners are involved, no generally valid statement can be made about the organisation of studies.

      1. requirements

Kazakhstan

The Educational programmes in the field of pedagogy in Kazakhstan accept – as already mentioned above – persons with general secondary education, secondary vocational education, and higher edu- cation.

 

In addition, there are still entrance tests to pass, which vary according to previous education.

To become an educator in other fields, training in the specific field for which you are to train and prac- tical experience in a company are required.

Europe

In addition to the academic degrees already mentioned, which are required for teaching at universities, educational background, and professional training in the specific field in which one teaches are also required.

No prior pedagogical knowledge is required for entry into vocational teacher education - this is ac- quired during study. Different entry requirements are demanded depending on the field and subject. In Austria, however, appropriate training in the subject to be taught and at least 3 years of professional practice are always required.

Germany also has specific admission requirements for vocational teacher training for lateral entrants.

      1. basis

Kazakhstan

The legal basis for teacher education is cited as:

“State compulsory standard of higher education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018, No. 604 (changes dated 05.05.2020 No. 182).

Classifier of areas for training personnel with higher and postgraduate education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 13, 2018, No. 569).

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

Rules for the organization of the educational process on credit technology of education, Order 152 (amendments dated 12.10.2018 No. 563).

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 4, 2018, No. 171-VІ ЗRK "On Amendments and Addi- tions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Expanding the Academic and Administrative Autonomy of Higher Education Institutions".

A legal basis in other fields is considered to be an individual employment agreement.

Europe

The legal framework is the respective higher education laws and the individual contracts of the teach- ers with the universities or vocational schools.

      1. authorization and regulations

Kazakhstan

After completion of teacher training, one gains access to the respective educational organizations for which one has been trained (e. g. primary schools). The provisions for this are regulated by the local municipality (tripartite agreement).

 

As regulations in the other fields are mentioned the number of trainees according to the state order. The costs are borne by local executive bodies. These bodies and furthermore the Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Kazakhstan, the department of education and the chamber of entrepre- neurs are co-working partners within these trainings.

Europe

Employment is after a call for applications and provided one meets the respective eligibility require- ments.

Training at universities in Europe is free of charge (apart for any expenses for living expenses). How- ever, the number of people who can be trained depends on the capacity of the universities.

      1. abstracts

Kazakhstan

Due to the different content orientations, the curricula extracts are very different. For the study pro- grammes outside pedagogy, however, it should be noted that pedagogical and psychological knowledge is taught as part of the training to become an educator.

Europe

The curricula abstracts show that the focus for trainers is on subject content and that no pedagogical knowledge is integrated into the training (subject-related studies). In the training of vocational school- teachers this is naturally different, here the focus is on pedagogy. While in Germany there is neverthe- less also a lot of subject-related science integrated into the studies, this area has been almost com- pletely eliminated from the curricula in Austria.

    1. at companies/schools

In this chapter we focus on the trainings for educators in companies or schools. In this context, we can only refer to the European examples, because there are no data on this from Kazakhstan available. Therefore, it must be assumed that there are no institutionalised training programmes for training staff in companies (or schools).

      1. level and NQF/EQF level

No ISCED or NQF/EQF level can be given for Austria and Germany because the educational programs itself for In-Company-Trainers cannot be assigned here. Estonia records ISCED level 6; NQF/EQF 6 (Bachelor’s degree, Diploma of professional higher education).

      1. partner institutions

In Germany responsibility for training lies on the respective company, the training and further educa- tion institutions and the chamber of commerce or the chamber of labour.

In Estonia, the responsibility for this training lies solely with the companies.

      1. Qualification – degree

While in Austria and Germany no ECTS-AP can be obtained through the training courses for in-company trainers, in Tallinn it is 33 ECTS-AP in case of applied higher education curriculum.

In Tallinn, instructors can obtain a Diploma of Bachelor's degree or a Diploma of professional higher education or a Diploma of Master's degree.

In Austria and Germany, the courses finish with a certificate of education after appropriate examina- tions have been passed.

 
      1. Organization and Mode

The studies or courses are organised face-to-face or in distance learning settings (Austria). In Austria and Germany there is no special study organization because the companies send their employees to the trainings when they take place and according to their achieved exams of professional qualification and duration of profession experience.

      1. requirements

The admission requirements are an appropriate basic education in the profession, several years of work experience and in Tallinn also an educational background (ISCED 6; NQF/EQF 6 or higher).

      1. basis

Legal basis are vocational training act and ordinance on trainer aptitude (Germany), trainer examina- tion regulations (Austria) and tripartite internship agreement between educational institution, com- pany, and student (Estonia).

The number of trainees is up to market needs and they are employed by the companies. The costs for this education are born either by the companies (salary or separate agreement practice salary) or by the trainees.

      1. abstracts

From the curriculum abstracts of the Austrian and German examples it can be seen that these trainings focus in particular on the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of training programs. In the training of in-company trainers in Tallinn, the focus is also on the expansion of professional competencies.

 

4 Conclusions and recommendations

What can be read from the examples that have been submitted from Kazakhstan is the fact that there are some ways of dual education in existence but required needs of companies or schools seem to fall short.

Finally, the most striking results are summarized, and recommendations are derived from them.

    1. basis/framework

One remarkably great difference between the systems in Europe and Kazakhstan is the distinct legal basis. Whereas the Kazakh legislation provides a detailed higher education system with the Law “About Education” and the Acts involved, it still lacks a defined adequate academic policy which allows uniform approaches to the vocational guidance of students. It is clear from the examples provided that there is no legal basis for cooperation between the university/college and the company. Accordingly, there are no liabilities, which would be extremely important for continuous cooperation and legal certainty for all partners.

In Europe, there are legal regulations that standardize the linkage between higher education institu- tions or colleges (vocational schools) and companies. Additionally to cooperation agreements between companies and universities, the companies conclude training and learning agreements for the duration of the study within the dual system (Hesser, 2018, p. 19). These agreements regulate e. g. the remu- neration of students in the dual system, contributions for social security, health insurance, regulations for release from employment during the course, leave entitlement, regulations for release from em- ployment during a semester abroad, guarantees of continued employment, bonding of student to the enterprise after graduation, etc. (Hesser, 2018, p. 150).

The motivation to choose a dual study program also arises from the fact that students can finance their studies through their income during the practical training. The incentive of being able to work imme- diately after graduation also makes this training attractive (WR, 2013, p. 34).

Therefore, a legal framework is an indispensable prerequisite for the successful cooperation of the training partners, the quality of the training within a dual education system and the study interest.

Thus, the aim should be to develop a model regulation for dual Higher Education that supports re- quirements of employers, higher education institutions or colleges and students in different sectors. A bridge needs to be forged between vocational and higher education and employing companies. The attractiveness for companies having their own trainees which can be educated and instructed for their own specific needs must be supported by governmental help, that is not only legal framework but could also be financial support programmes or educational support programmes.

To strengthen the cooperation between colleges/universities and the private sector may help to find new ways of managing educational contracts.

“Effective development of dual training, and, ultimately, professional training of personnel is possible only with joint efforts from enterprises, educational organizations, trainees. There- fore, it is necessary to have a clear, systematic, legislatively justified coordination of interaction of all participants in the process” (Zhakiyanova, Zh. G. & Musatayeva, M. Y., 2018).

Ideally, collaboration should begin with the creation and alignment of curricula and learning outcomes, follow through the training phases, and continue through to quality assurance activities.

This leads to the next important point, which is crucial for successful duality in training – the organiza- tion of the study or courses between theory and practice phases.

 

Study Organisation and Curriculum Design

The study organization determines the extent to which universities/schools and companies are inter- linked in terms of subject matter, time scheduling and institutional aspects.

Hesser (2013, p. 19) distinguishes 4 different types of dual study programmes:

  • Studies/courses integrating an apprenticeship: have an integral apprenticeship, i.e. in addition to the academic qualification
  • Studies/courses integrating work experience: have an extended phase of practical work within a company as an integral part
  • Studies/courses integrating professional employment: are combined with a full-time professional occupation (reciprocal relationship between theory and practice phases are foreseen but not ob- ligatory)
  • in-service courses/studies: are combined with a full-time professional occupation (reciprocal re- lationship between theory and practice phases are foreseen but not obligatory)

In summary it can be seen from the submitted examples, that there are different types of study organ- izations which range from rotations between in-company-training and studies on a monthly block ba- sis, on a weekly block basis or on a daily basis (2 or 3 days a week).

These are all possible variations of theory-practice interlinking on an organizational level. However, how these phases are to be curricularly designed in order to achieve the best possible learning out- comes will differ in the respective professions.

For these decisions – organizational and curricular structure – it has to be considered that the profes- sional and academic/school elements represent equivalent parts of the dual education programme. That is important to ensure a smooth organisational process and to guarantee the specific dual quali- fication profil (Hesser, 2018, p. 43).

The equivalence of the practical and theoretical phases must also be expressed in the academic stand- ard and in the design of the practical context. The basis for this is to be defined in the curriculum.

Some recommendations concerning study organization and curriculum design are as follows:

  • It must be possible to flexibly adapt the dual study organization to the needs of different provid ers/regions. The time model should consider the needs of the dual partners. It should be possible for each institution to decide which mode is suitable: Days per week, weekly and monthly blocks, etc., alternating between the university and the company/school.
  • This time model (study structure) must be clearly defined and must be known in advance to the dual partners and students. Although adaptations should be possible, the model should not be changed too often for continuity.
  • For flexibility of the model, compulsory modules and elective modules should be provided.
  • In contrast to the very free choice of courses at universities, students at HEIs with dual study programs have less freedom in choosing courses due to the strict dual study structure. This spec ification of which courses must be attended when to be able to complete in the minimum study duration proves to be favourable and can be recommended.
  • A disadvantage for students could be a single promoting of an enterpriserelated specialisation, because this could restrict their competency profile (if they would change the enterprise). That´s why a diverse competency profile in the sense of the idea of “employability” is advantageous (Hesser, 2018).
 
  • To be admitted to a dual degree program, students should be required to write letters of motiva tion attesting to their interest in the areas of concentration. Internationalization should be strived for/promoted. Entrance examinations and aptitude tests are also possible.
  • It is recommended to agree on a minimum percentage that will be spent by students in compa nies/schools.
  • When creating the curricula, it should be taken care to allow real interleaving of content. The theorypractice linkage must be clearly formulated (e.g., are theoretical contents applied by stu- dents in practice and then reflected on again in the university/college). The interlocking of content means the mutual reference of practical and theoretical knowledge transfer during studies this means that both the practical learning content is scientifically reflected, and the theoretical learn ing content is placed in (professional) practical contexts.
  • It makes sense to offer distance learning phases at the universities/colleges in addition to class room teaching.
  • Study contents needs to be made relevant and align labour market needs to the interests of stu dents and future development needs (OECD, 2018).
    1. and training staff

Beside organisational and curricula aspects, it is crucial to focus on those responsible for the realisation of curricula contents. It is not only the scope of the practical or theoretical components and their in- terlinkage, but also the teachers and trainers who guarantee the quality of a dual study programme.

Apparently, there is a lack of qualified teaching staff with sufficient work experience in vocational ed- ucation, but they are a key to a successful dual study programme (OECD, 2018).

The German council of Science and Humanities (deutscher Wissenschaftsrat, WR) recommends, for example, that teaching at universities in dual degree programs should be done by full-time lecturers who hold doctorates in order to guarantee the academic standard (WR, 2013, p. 29). But there must also be paid great attention to the personnel who is “proficient within their special subject and who provide continuous instruction and supervision” during in-practice-trainings (Hesser, 2018, p. 18).

The examples from Kazakhstan show, that the educators in the theory-phases (university/colleges) are appropriately academically trained. But unlike the European examples, there is no institutionalized training for the practice-trainers. It would be important that these trainers have basic pedagogical and didactical knowledge as they are primarily responsible for on-the-job training.

In this context, it is also important to consider whether this training of practical trainers can be insti- tutionalized and officially certified. This additional qualification should also receive appropriate mon- etary recognition in the company/school. It needs to be clarified which institutions are responsible for this training. In Germany and Austria, this responsibility lies with the chambers, whereas in Estonia/Tal- linn the university is also involved.

Apart from the specific training paths and opportunities in each case it is necessary to focus on the interlinkage of theory and practice also in this respect:

The educators at universities and colleges must be sensitized to the integration of practical aspects into theoretical training, and those responsible for training in companies and schools must be sensi- tizes for the relevance of the theory-phases. For the success of the dual programmes, they have to identify with the dual studies/courses (Hesser, 2018, p. 63).

This enables a culture of supervision that ensures a regular exchange between those responsible on the academic and practical side across all learning locations and is an essential quality feature of a dual study programme (WR, 2013, 27).

 

“Drawing up a supervisory concept represents a joint task for the enterprise and university

[…]” (Hesser, 2018, p. 68).

Such a concept shall ensure, “that there is proof of functioning information and communication struc- tures on the side of the educational establishments and on the side of the enterprises and at the same applies as a prerequisite for the accreditation of a course of study” (Hesser, 2018, p. 43).

Closing the report we would recommend first to develop a common understanding of duality in voca- tional education and training with all stakeholders.

 

 

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Hesser, W. (2018). Implementation of a dual system of higher education within foreign universities and enterprises. Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Hamburg.

http://opus.ub.hsu-hh.de/volltexte/2018/3189/pdf/Duale_Hochschulausbildung_final.pdf

 

Kenzhegaliyeva, M. (2018). German Dual System: A Model for Kazakhstan? Education in Modern Society BCES Conference Books, Volume 16. Bulgarian Comparative Education Society

OECD (2018). Education Policy Outlook: Kazakhstan, available at: http://www.oecd.org/education/Education-Policy-Outlook-Country-Profile-Kazakhstan- 2018.pdf

 

Zhakiyanova, Zh. G. & Musatayeva, M. Y. (2018). Realization of dual education as a technology for training bachelor of professional training in modern conditions of the higher education. Bulletin of the Karaganda University.

WR – Wissenschaftsrat (2013). Empfehlungen zur Entwicklung des dualen Studiums. Positionspapier, available at: https://www.wissenschaftsrat.de/download/archiv/3479-13.html

 

6 Appendix

In this annex, all examples referred to in this report are listed.

M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University (SKSU)

 

[KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY]

[MULTIDISCIPLINARY]

ISCED6-LEVEL

[LEVEL 6 BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

NQR/EQF7-LEVEL

[LEVEL 6 BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

[DUAL TRAINING]

 

[SKU UNIVERSITY] (35%)

 

[ENTERPRISE] (65%)

 

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[4 YEARS]

[30 WEEKS PER YEAR] 1,2,8 SEMESTER

3,4 SEMESTER 3 DAYS A WEEK

5,6 SEMESTER, 2 DAYS A WEEK

7 SEMESTER, 1 DAY PER WEEK

[22 WEEKS PER YEAR]

3,4 SEMESTER 2 DAYS A WEEK

5,6 SEMESTER, 3 DAYS A WEEK

  1. SEMESTER, 4 DAYS A WEEK
  2. SEMESTER

STUDY MODE

[OFFLINE AND DISTANCE LEARNING]

[OFFLINE]

ECTS-AP

[241]

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

[BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

 

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[CERTIFICATE OF THE 11TH GRADE, CERTIFICATE OF THE UNIFIED NATIONAL TESTING, 50 POINTS OUT OF 140. CORE SUBJECTS ARE PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS.

IF AFTER COLLEGE: COLLEGE DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE OF COMPREHENSIVE TESTING, MINIMUM SCORE IN TWO SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES (BIOLOGY; FUNDAMENTALS OF AGRONOMY) - 25 POINTS OUT OF 70]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

[UNIVERSITY LICENSE,

THE LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ON EDUCATION" (WITH AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS AS OF 04.07.2018 G);

STANDARD RULES FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS THAT IMPLE- MENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS OF HIGHER AND (OR) POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN OF OCTOBER 30, 2018 NO. 595 (REGISTERED IN THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN OF OCTOBER 31, 2018 NO. 17657); STATE MANDATORY STANDARDS OF HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, AP- PROVED BY THE ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE RE-

PUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OCTOBER 31, 2018 NO. 604;

 

 

6 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

7 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

RULES FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ON CREDIT TECHNOL- OGY OF TRAINING, APPROVED BY THE ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED APRIL 20, 2011 NO. 152 WITH AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS DATED OCTOBER 12, 2018 NO. 563; PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "GROWING VEGETABLES AND POTATOES" ORDER OF THE BOARD OF THE NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN "ATAMEKEN" NO. 339 DATED 11.12.2018 IQF LEVEL-6

PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "HORTICULTURAL ACTIVITY" ORDER OF THE BOARD OF THE NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ATA- MEKEN" NO. 339 DATED 11.12.2018 IQF LEVEL-6

PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "GROWING SUGAR BEET AND ITS SEEDS" ORDER OF THE BOARD OF THE NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN "ATAMEKEN" NO. 263 DATED 26.12.2019 IQF LEVEL-6

PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "PRODUCTION OF GREENHOUSE VEGETABLES AND BERRIES" ORDER OF THE BOARD OF THE NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS OF THE RE- PUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ATAMEKEN" NO. 263 DATED 26.12.2019 IQF LEVEL-6 PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "VITICULTURE" ORDER OF THE BOARD OF THE NATIONAL

CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ATAMEKEN" NO. 263 DATED 26.12.2019 IQF LEVEL-6]

 

ACCESS TO

[AGRO-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES, JSC, LLP, AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION COOPERA- TIVES, FARMERS, INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE FARMS, EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH IN-

STITUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF AGRICULTURE, STORAGE AND PROCESSING ENTERPRISES]

 

REGULATIONS

[LABOR MARKET NEEDS, CAREER AND EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT CENTER, EMPLOYMENT

CENTER, NCE ATAMEKEN]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

[BASIC MODULE: 1.5 YEARS COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

MAIN MODULE: 2.5 YEARS OF BASIC AND SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES

GCD – 57 ECTS

MODERN HISTORY OF KAZAKHSTAN, PHILOSOPHY, SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCI- ENCE, ECOLOGY AND FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE SAFETY, FUNDAMENTALS OF ENTREPRE- NEURIAL SKILLS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION CULTURE, CULTURAL STUDIES AND PSYCHOL- OGY. KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, PHYSICAL EDUCATION

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (IN ENGLISH)

BD-112 ECTS

PROFESSIONAL KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE, KAZAKH ALPHABET BASED ON LATIN GRAPHICS, AGROMETEOROLOGY, MI- CROBIOLOGY IN CROP PRODUCTION, STANDARDIZATION, CERTIFICATION AND METROL- OGY, FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOGENETIC RESEARCH METHODS IN AGRICULTURE, INOR- GANIC AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIALTY, EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE, FUNDAMENTALS OF AGRONOMY, FUNDAMENTALS OF AGRIBUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP, TAXONOMY OF AGRICULTURAL PLANTS, PESTS OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS, DISEASES OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS, MACHINE USE IN AGRICULTURE, SOIL SCI- ENCE, CROP PRODUCTION I, CROP PRODUCTION II, SELECTION AND SEED PRODUC- TION OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS, TECHNOLOGY OF STORAGE AND PROCESSING OF CROP PRODUCTS, COTTON GROWING, MINOR PROGRAMME

PD-60 ECTS

ORGANIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, AGROCHEMISTRY, SYSTEM OF APPLICATION OF FERTILIZERS, AGRICULTURE, AGRICULTURE WITH THE BASICS OF SOIL SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY OF GROWING CROPS IN CLOSED GROUND, FEED PRODUCTION,

 

 

TECHNOLOGY OF GROWING CROPS IN OPEN GROUND, FRUIT GROWING, VEGETABLE

GROWING, PRE-PRODUCTION.DIPLOMA OR INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE.]

 

 

[KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: [COLLEGE]

[PRODUCTION OF CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS AND STRUCTURES]

ISCED8-LEVEL

[TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION]

NQR/EQF9-LEVEL

[4]

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

[COLLEGE, DUAL EDUCATION]

 

[40%]

 

[60%]

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[3 YEARS]

[10 WEEKS]

[42 WEEKS]

STUDY MODE

[OFFLINE, DISTANCE LEARNING]

[OFFLINE, DISTANCE LEARNING]

ECTS-AP

[120]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[TECHNICIAN-TECHNOLOGIST]

 

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[AFTER THE 11TH GRADE:

  • MATHEMATICS
  • KAZAKH LANGUAGE
  • PHYSICS]

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

[LICENSE, THE LAW "ON EDUCATION", "STANDARD RULES FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS OF TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL, POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION". ORDER NO. 107 "ON APPROVAL OF THE RULES FOR ORGANIZING AND CONDUCTING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND THE RULES FOR DETERMINING ENTERPRISES (ORGANIZA- TIONS) AS PRACTICE BASES FOR ORGANIZATIONS OF TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL,

POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION"]

 

ACCESS TO

[FOR ENTERPRISES PRODUCING CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, CONSTRUCTION COMPA-

NIES]

REGULATIONS

[LABOR MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYMENT CENTER, NCE ATAMEKEN]

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

[GENERAL HUMANITARIAN MODULE - 1 YEAR THE REMAINING 3 MODULES ARE -2 YEARS SOCIO-ECONOMIC MODULE

PROFESSIONAL MODULE

SPECIAL MODULE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

9 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

[KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY]

[MULTIDISCIPLINARY]

ISCED10-LEVEL

[LEVEL 6 BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

NQR/EQF11-LEVEL

[LEVEL 6 BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

[DUAL TRAINING]

 

[SKU UNIVERSITY] (35%)

 

[SKU UNIVERSITY] (35%)

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[4 YEARS]

[18 WEEKS PER YEAR] 1,2,3, 4 SEMESTER

  1. SEMESTER, 2 DAYS A WEEK
  2. SEMESTER, 1 DAY PER WEEK

[34 WEEKS PER YEAR]

5.6 SEMESTER, 3 DAYS A WEEK

  1. SEMESTER, 4 DAYS A WEEK
  2. SEMESTER 5 DAYS A WEEK

STUDY MODE

[OFFLINE AND DISTANCE LEARNING]

[OFFLINE]

ECTS-AP

[240]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

 

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[CERTIFICATE OF THE 11TH GRADE, CERTIFICATE OF THE UNIFIED NATIONAL TESTING, 50 POINTS OUT OF 140. CORE SUBJECTS ARE PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS.

IF AFTER COLLEGE: COLLEGE DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE OF COMPREHENSIVE TESTING,

MINIMUM SCORE IN TWO SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES (THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING; LABOR PROTECTION) - 25 POINTS OUT OF 70]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

[UNIVERSITY LICENSE,

THE LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ON EDUCATION" (WITH AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS AS OF 04.07.2018 G);

STANDARD RULES FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS THAT IMPLE- MENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS OF HIGHER AND (OR) POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN OF OCTOBER 30, 2018 NO. 595 (REGISTERED IN THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN OF OCTOBER 31, 2018 17657);

STATE MANDATORY STANDARDS OF HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, AP- PROVED BY THE ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE RE- PUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OCTOBER 31, 2018 NO. 604;

RULES FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ON CREDIT TECHNOL- OGY OF TRAINING, APPROVED BY THE ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED APRIL 20, 2011 NO. 152 WITH AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS DATED OCTOBER 12, 2018 NO. 563;

THE INDUSTRY QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORK "ENERGY", APPROVED BY THE PROTOCOL OF THE INDUSTRY COMMISSION FOR SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP AND REGULATION OF

 

 

10 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

11 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

SOCIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS OF THE ENERGY INDUSTRY NO. 05-13-3-4 / PR OF

JULY 25, 2019.

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS: "ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIP- MENT OF A THERMAL POWER PLANT" DATED 18.12.2019, NO. 255, APPENDIX 33; "OPERATION AND REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT" DATED 02.05.2019, NO.

86.]

 

ACCESS TO

[IN ALL INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES AND ENTERPRISES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ELECTRI-

CAL EQUIPMENT]

 

REGULATIONS

[LABOR MARKET NEEDS, CAREER AND EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT CENTER, EMPLOYMENT

CENTER, NCE ATAMEKEN]

 

[GCD-48

 

BD-105

 

PD-46

 

GCD:

 

MODERN HISTORY OF KAZAKHSTAN, PHILOSOPHY, SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCI-

 

ENCE, ECOLOGY AND FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE SAFETY, CULTURAL STUDIES AND PSY-

 

CHOLOGY, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND

 

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (IN ENGLISH),

 

BD:

 

PROFESSIONAL KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, PROFESSIONAL-ORIENTED FOREIGN

 

LANGUAGE, KAZAKH ALPHABET BASED ON LATIN GRAPHICS, MATHEMATICS I, MATHE-

 

MATICS II, MATHEMATICS III, PHYSICS, PHYSICS II, ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER

 

GRAPHICS, MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS AND COMPUTER MODELING IN THE ELECTRIC

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

POWER INDUSTRY, THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES, STANDARDIZATION,

CERTIFICATION AND METROLOGY, INTRODUCTION TO THE ELECTRIC POWER INDUS- TRY, THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I, THEORETICAL

 

FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II, THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ELEC-

 

TRICAL ENGINEERING III, CABLE ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL MATERIALS SCIENCE, THE-

 

ORY OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL, INFORMATION AND MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY,

 

POWER CONVERTER DEVICES, ELECTRIC DEVICES IN AN ELECTRIC DRIVE, ELECTRIC

 

DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS, REPAIR AND OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

 

PD:

 

ELECTRICAL MACHINES, INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, ECONOMIC CALCULATIONS IN THE

 

ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES,

 

AUTOMATED ELECTRIC DRIVE OF STANDARD PRODUCTION PLANTS( TPU), APPLICA-

 

TION OF MICROCONTROLLERS IN THE ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY, ENERGY SAVING IN

 

THE ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY, DESIGN OF ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS, THEORY OF

 

AUTOMATED ELECTRIC DRIVE.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[KAZAKHSTAN]

 

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY] [MULTIDISCIPLINARY]

ISCED12-LEVEL

[LEVEL 6 BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

NQR/EQF13-LEVEL

[LEVEL 6 BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

[DUAL TRAINING]

 

[SKU UNIVERSITY] (35%)

 

[ENTERPRISE] (65%)

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[4 YEARS]

[18 WEEKS PER YEAR] 1,2,3, 4 SEMESTER

5.6 SEMESTER, 2 DAYS A WEEK

7 SEMESTER, 1 DAY PER WEEK

[34 WEEKS PER YEAR]

5.6 SEMESTER, 3 DAYS A WEEK

  1. SEMESTER, 4 DAYS A WEEK
  2. SEMESTER 5 DAYS A WEEK

STUDY MODE

[OFFLINE AND DISTANCE LEARNING]

[OFFLINE ]

ECTS-AP

[240]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[BACHELOR'S DEGREE]

 

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[CERTIFICATE OF THE 11TH GRADE, CERTIFICATE OF THE UNIFIED NATIONAL TESTING, 50 POINTS OUT OF 140. CORE SUBJECTS ARE PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS.

IF AFTER COLLEGE: COLLEGE DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE OF COMPREHENSIVE TESTING, MINIMUM SCORE IN TWO SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES (PHYSICS;MATHEMATICS) - 25

POINTS OUT OF 70]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

[UNIVERSITY LICENSE,

THE LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ON EDUCATION" (WITH AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS AS OF 04.07.2018);

MODEL RULES FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IMPLEMENTING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS OF HIGHER AND (OR) POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, AP- PROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OCTOBER 30, 2018 NO. 595 (REGISTERED WITH THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN ON OCTOBER 31, 2018 NO. 17657);

STATE MANDATORY STANDARDS OF HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, AP-

PROVED BY THE ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUB- LIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OCTOBER 31, 2018 NO. 604;

RULES FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ON CREDIT TECHNOL- OGY OF TRAINING, APPROVED BY THE ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCI- ENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED APRIL 20, 2011 NO. 152 WITH AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS DATED OCTOBER 12, 2018 NO. 563;

THE INDUSTRY QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORK FOR THE "MECHANICAL ENGINEERING", (APPROVED BY THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE INDUSTRY COMMISSIONS ON SO- CIAL PARTNERSHIP AND REGULATION OF SOCIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS FOR THE MIN-

ING AND METALLURGICAL, CHEMICAL, CONSTRUCTION AND WOODWORKING

 

12 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

13 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

INDUSTRIES, LIGHT INDUSTRY AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DATED AUGUST 16, 2016, PROTOCOL NO. 1);

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS "MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND METALWORKING" (AP- PENDIX NO. 13 TO THE ORDER OF THE DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF THE NA- TIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ATAMEKEN" DATED 30.12.2019 NO. 269).]

6B07120 "MECHANICAL ENGINEERING"

 

ACCESS TO

[IN INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT AND

MACHINE-BUILDING PRODUCTION]

 

REGULATIONS

[LABOR MARKET NEEDS, CAREER AND EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT CENTER, EMPLOYMENT

CENTER, NCE ATAMEKEN]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

[[BASIC MODULE: 1.5 YEARS COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

MAIN MODULE: 2.5 YEARS OF BASIC AND SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

MODERN HISTORY OF KAZAKHSTAN, PHILOSOPHY, SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, ECOLOGY AND THE BASICS OF LIFE SAFETY, FUNDAMENTALS OF ECONOMICS AND LAW, CULTURAL STUDIES AND PSYCHOLOGY, KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, PROFESSIONAL KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, PROFESSIONALLY-ORIENTED FOR- EIGN LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (IN ENGLISH), HIGHER MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS, FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERCHANGEABILITY, MACHINE GRAPHICS, ENGINEERING COMPUTER GRAPHICS, CHEMISTRY, THEORETICAL FOUNDA- TIONS OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, STANDARDIZATION AND CERTIFICATION, SYSTEMS OF TECHNICAL REGULATION AND ENSURING THE UNIFORMITY OF MEASUREMENT

SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES

THEORETICAL MECHANICS, TECHNICAL MECHANICS, RESISTANCE OF MATERIALS, ENGI- NEERING MECHANICS, FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN AND MACHINE PARTS, THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES, MACHINE MECHANICS, STRUCTURAL MATERIALS AND HEAT TREATMENT, INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIALTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES OF MACHINE-BUILDING PRODUCTION, MECHANICAL ENGI- NEERING TECHNOLOGY, SPECIALIZED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY, DRIVE DESIGN IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, MODERN METHODS OF MECHANICAL TESTING AND QUAL- ITY CONTROL, ORGANIZATION OF PREPARATORY DEPARTMENTS, COMPUTER-AIDED DE- SIGN SYSTEMS, COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN SYSTEMS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES, FUNDAMENTALS OF CUTTING THEORY AND METAL-CUTTING TOOLS, DESIGN AND PRO- DUCTION OF PUMPS AND SHUT-OFF VALVES, PRODUCTION OF WELDED STRUCTURES, COMPUTER MODELING IN THE SOLIDWORKS ENVIRONMENT, CALCULATION AND DE- SIGN OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PRODUCTS, FUNDAMENTALS OF FOUNDRY PRO- DUCTION AND EQUIPMENT, FUNDAMENTALS OF FOUNDRY PRODUCTION AND EQUIP- MENT, COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN SYSTEMS FOR WELDING PRODUCTION, WELDING PRODUCTION AND TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT, THEORY OF WELDING PROCESSES, DE- SIGN OF PRODUCTION OF BLANKS, CONTROL SYSTEMS AND ORGANIZATION OF WELD- ING PRODUCTION, FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN OF MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY SHOPS, DE- SIGN AND ORGANIZATION OF ASSEMBLY AND WELDING COMPLEXES, DESIGN OF TECH- NOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT, QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS OF WELDING PRODUCTION, DEVICE AND PURPOSE OF METAL-CUTTING MACHINES, TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT OF MACHINE-BUILDING PRODUCTION, SPECIAL TECHNOLOGIES AND EQUIPMENT IN THE PRODUCTION OF WELDED STRUCTURES, TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIAL PROCESSING ON

MACHINE TOOLS]

 

 

 

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (KazNPU)

 

Kazakhstan

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: vocational education

Specialty name: 0111000 - Basic secondary education

ISCED14-LEVEL

4

NQR/EQF15-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITUTION

(RESPONSIBILITY)

Almaty State Humanitarian Pedagogical College №2

College

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDU-

CATION

On the basis of grade 9 - 3 years 10 months

On the basis of grade 11 - 2 years 10 months

 

 

STUDY MODE

full-time

full-time, part time

ECTS-AP

6588 hours (On the basis of grade 9) 4960 часов (On the basis of grade 11)

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

0111023 - "Teacher of the Russian language and literature"

 

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The Education Programe accepts persons with basic secondary and general secondary edu- cation.

Basic secondary education - on the basis of passing entrance exams Kazakh or Russian, mathematics.

General secondary education - on the basis of passing entrance exams Kazakh or Russian, history of Kazakhstan, mathematics.

After passing the entrance exams, candidates pass a special exam (for the Pedagogical (Ed- ucational) Area).

When conducting entrance exams:

  1. in the form of testing, the number of test items (questions) for each subject is 25; the correct answer for each test task is estimated at 1 point; testing in three subjects is given 2 hours 15 minutes, and in two subjects - 1 hour 30 minutes; codes of correct answers are posted immediately after the end of testing; test results are announced on the day of testing;
  2. in the form of examinations in the subjects of assessment "3", "4", "5", obtained by the results of entrance examinations are transferred by the selection committee into credits on

the following scale: grade "3" - 8 credits, "4" - 17 credits, " 5 "- 25 credits.

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

State compulsory standard for technical and vocational education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 604).

Standard rules for admission to training in educational organizations that implement educa- tional programs of technical and vocational, post-secondary education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 18, 2018 No. 578).

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 11, 1997 No. 151-I About languages in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 4, 2018 No. 171-VІ ЗРК "On Amendments and Additions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Expanding the Academic and Administrative Independence of Higher Education Institutions."

ACCESS TO

Primary school (with Kazakh language of instruction), secondary school (with Russian, Ka- zakh, Uyghur language of instruction)

REGULATIONS

Local municipality (tripartite agreement)

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

15 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

The content of educational programs provides for the study of:

  1. general education, general humanitarian, socio-economic, general professional, special disciplines or the study of general education and integrated into basic and professional mod- ules of general humanitarian, socio-economic, general professional, special disciplines;
  2. implementation of laboratory and practical exercises;
  3. passing professional practice (educational, industrial and pre-diploma);
  4. completion of coursework (no more than one per semester for the choice of language / literature) and diploma design (work), unless otherwise provided by the working curriculum;
  5. passing the intermediate and final certification.

Compulsory general education disciplines include: "Kazakh language" and "Kazakh litera- ture" (for groups with Kazakh language of instruction), "Russian language" and "Russian literature" (for groups with Russian language of instruction), "Kazakh language and litera- ture" (for groups with Russian language of instruction), "Russian language and literature" (for groups with Kazakh language of instruction), "Foreign language", "Mathematics", "In- formatics", "History of Kazakhstan", "Self-knowledge", "Physical culture", " Initial military and technological training ".

Socio-economic and humanitarian disciplines are integrated into the basic modules. The following basic modules are studied:

  1. application of professional vocabulary in the field of professional activity. This module integrates: for groups with the Kazakh language of instruction - professional Russian, pro- fessional English; office work in the Kazakh language; for groups with Russian as the lan- guage of instruction - professional Kazakh, professional English, paperwork in Kazakh;
  2. development and improvement of physical qualities;
  3. the use of information, communication and digital technologies;
  4. the application of the foundations of the social sciences for socialization and adaptation in society and the work collective (Fundamentals of Philosophy, Culturology, Fundamentals of Law, Fundamentals of Sociology and Political Science);
  5. application of basic knowledge of economics and fundamentals of entrepreneurship in professional activities (Fundamentals of Economics, Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship,

Ethics of Business Communication).

 

Kazakhstan

EDUCATORS PROFILE LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

Direction of training: 6B017 - Teacher training in languages and literature 6B01702 - Russian language and literature

6B01705 - Russian language and literature in schools with non-Russian language of instruction

ISCED16-LEVEL

5,6

NQR/EQF17-LEVEL

5,6

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS (RESPONSIBILITY)

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University

Higher Education Institution

primary school, high school, post-secondary (college)

 

DURATION OF EDUCATION

4 years after secondary

3 years after secondary vocational (2 years accelerated after secondary vocational) 2 years after higher education

4 years no more than 120 weeks

3 years - no more than 90 weeks 2 years - no more than 60 weeks

STUDY MODE

Full-time (after secondary school educa- tion)

после среднеспециального образования колледжа (Full-time / remote)

After the first higher education (distance)

ECTS-AP

Not more than 240

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

Bachelor of Education in the educational program 6B01702 - Russian Language and Liter- ature

Bachelor of Education in educational program 6B01705 - Russian language and literature in schools with non-Russian language of instruction

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

In the Educational Programe accepts persons with a general secondary, secondary voca- tional, higher education.

General secondary education- on a competitive basis based on the results of a unified na- tional test (grant) of at least 75 points (correspondence of specialized disciplines: Russian /

 

16 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

17 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

Kazakh literature, History of Kazakhstan; special exam (solving the pedagogical situation), paid department.

Secondary vocational education - on a competitive basis based on the results of comprehen- sive testing (grant) at least 75 points, paid department.

Second higher education - on the basis of an interview and a special exam, paid department. http://adilet.zan.kz/rus/docs/V1800017650#z17

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

State compulsory standard of higher education (approved by order of the Minister of Edu- cation and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 604 (changes dated 05.05.2020 No. 182).

Classifier of areas for training personnel with higher and postgraduate education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated Oc- tober 13, 2018 No. 569).

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

Rules for the organization of the educational process on credit technology of education, Or- der 152 (amendments dated 12.10.2018 No. 563).

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 4, 2018 No. 171-VІ ЗRK "On Amendments and Additions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Expanding the Academic and Administrative Autonomy of Higher Education Institutions“.

 

ACCESS TO

Educational organizations related to the conduct, monitoring and control of educational ac- tivities:

  • organizations of secondary education;
  • organization of vocational and humanitarian education.

 

REGULATIONS

Local municipality (tripartite agreement) в случае острого дефицита кадров местные исполнительные органы (часто), меценаты, работодатели родителей (редко). Составляется трехсторонний договор

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

General educational disciplines = 51 + 5 ECTS (Modern history of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, Foreign language, Kazakh (Russian) language, Information and communication technolo- gies (in English), Module of socio-political knowledge (sociology, political science, cultural studies, psychology), Physical culture ...

Cycle of basic disciplines (DB) = 112 ECTS (module for the formation of interdisciplinary competencies, Communication and language module, Pedagogical competence module, Distance learning module, Business fundamentals module, Fundamental training module, Subject training module 1).

Cycle of majors (PD) = 60 ECTS (Subject training module 2, Module of new approaches to teaching and learning).

Final certification = 12 ECTS.

2.6B01705 - Russian language and literature in schools with non-Russian language of in- struction

General educational disciplines = 51 + 5 ECTS (Modern history of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, Foreign language, Kazakh (Russian) language, Information and communication technolo- gies (in English), Module of socio-political knowledge (sociology, political science, cultural studies, psychology), Physical culture ...

Cycle of basic disciplines (DB) = 112 ECTS (module for the formation of interdisciplinary competencies, Communication and language module, Module of pedagogical competencies, Distance learning module, Information and communication technologies module, Funda- mental training module, Subject training module 1).

Cycle of majors (PD) = 60 ECTS (Subject training module 2, Module of new approaches to teaching and learning).

Final certification = 12 ECTS.

 

Kazakhstan

TEACHER PROFILE [PARTNER-1] LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

TEACHER WITHOUT SUBJECTIVE SPECIALIZATION (*** PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHER)

ISCED18-LEVEL

4,5,6

NQR/EQF19-LEVEL

4,5,6

 

 

 

 

18 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

19 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS

(RESPONSIBILITY)

-

Primary school, high school, post-secondary (college)

DURATION OF EDUCATION

-

- -

 

 

STUDY MODE

-

-

ECTS-AP

-

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

0111023 - "Teacher of the Russian language and literature" 6B01702 - Russian language and literature

6B01705 - Russian language and literature in schools with non-Russian language of in- struction

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Secondary vocational education with the qualification 0111023 - "Teacher of the Russian lan- guage and literature", 4S01140102 Teacher of a foreign language of primary education, 0111013 - "Teacher of the Kazakh language and literature" (qualification characteristics allow you to take on this specialty after college)

or higher education with qualifications:

6B01702 - Russian language and literature

6B01705 - Russian language and literature in schools with non-Russian language of instruction National Qualification Test Certificate.

Certification of teachers every 5 years in accordance with paragraph 5 of Article 44 of the Law

of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "On Education" (certificate).

LEGAL BASIS

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "On Education".

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 27, 2019 No. 293-VІ ЗРК On the status of a teacher.

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the Na- tional Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 11, 1997 No. 151-I About languages in the Republic of Kazakhstan

REGULATIONS

-

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

-

 

Kazakhstan

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: COLLEGE

Name of specialty: 0112 Training of educators for preschool institutions

ISCED20-LEVEL

3,4

NQR/EQF21-LEVEL

3,4

TRAINING INSTITUTION

(RESPONSIBILITY)

Almaty State Humanitarian Pedagogical College №2

College

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDU-

CATION

On the basis of grade 9 - 3 years 10 months

On the basis of grade 11 - 2 years 10 months

 

 

STUDY MODE

full-time

full-time, part time

ECTS-AP

6588 hours (On the basis of grade 9) 4960 часов (On the basis of grade 11)

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

3W01120101 - Pre-school Educator’s assistant (Teacher assistant)

4S01120102 - Educator of the organization of preschool education and training.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The Education Programe accepts persons with basic secondary and general secondary edu- cation.

Basic secondary education - on the basis of passing entrance exams Kazakh or Russian, mathematics.

General secondary education - on the basis of passing entrance exams Kazakh or Russian, history of Kazakhstan, mathematics.

 

20 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

21 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

After passing the entrance exams, candidates pass a special exam (for the Pedagogical (Ed- ucational) Area).

When conducting entrance exams:

  1. in the form of testing, the number of test items (questions) for each subject is 25; the correct answer for each test task is estimated at 1 point; testing in three subjects is given 2 hours 15 minutes, and in two subjects - 1 hour 30 minutes; codes of correct answers are posted immediately after the end of testing; test results are announced on the day of testing;
  2. in the form of examinations in the subjects of assessment "3", "4", "5", obtained by the results of entrance examinations are transferred by the selection committee into credits on

the following scale: grade "3" - 8 credits, "4" - 17 credits, " 5 "- 25 credits.

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

State compulsory standard for technical and vocational education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 604).

Standard rules for admission to training in educational organizations that implement educational programs of technical and vocational, post-secondary education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 18, 2018 No. 578).

ACCESS TO

Children's educational institutions

REGULATIONS

Local municipality (tripartite agreement)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

The content of educational programs provides for the study of:

  1. general education, general humanitarian, socio-economic, general professional, special disciplines or the study of general education and integrated into basic and professional mod- ules of general humanitarian, socio-economic, general professional, special disciplines;
  2. implementation of laboratory and practical exercises;
  3. passing professional practice (educational, industrial and pre-diploma);
  4. the implementation of course and diploma design (work), unless otherwise provided by the working curriculum;
  5. passing the intermediate and final certification.

Compulsory general education disciplines include: "Kazakh language" and "Kazakh litera- ture" (for groups with Kazakh language of instruction), "Russian language" and "Russian literature" (for groups with Russian language of instruction), "Kazakh language and litera- ture" (for groups with Russian language of instruction), "Russian language and literature" (for groups with Kazakh language of instruction), "Foreign language", "Mathematics", "In- formatics", "History of Kazakhstan", "Self-knowledge", "Physical culture", " Initial military and technological training ".

Socio-economic and humanitarian disciplines are integrated into the basic modules. The fol- lowing basic modules are studied:

  1. application of professional vocabulary in the field of professional activity. This module integrates: for groups with the Kazakh language of instruction - professional Russian, pro- fessional English; office work in the Kazakh language; for groups with Russian as the lan- guage of instruction - professional Kazakh, professional English, paperwork in Kazakh;
  2. development and improvement of physical qualities;
  3. the use of information, communication and digital technologies;
  4. the application of the foundations of the social sciences for socialization and adaptation in society and the work collective (Fundamentals of Philosophy, Culturology, Fundamentals of Law, Fundamentals of Sociology and Political Science);
  5. application of basic knowledge of economics and fundamentals of entrepreneurship in professional activities (Fundamentals of Economics, Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Ethics of Business Communication).

 

Kazakhstan

EDUCATORS PROFILE LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

Direction of preparation: 6В012 – Pedagogy (Education) of preschool education and training

ISCED22-LEVEL

5,6

NQR/EQF23-LEVEL

5,6

 

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University

 

22 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

23 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS

(RESPONSIBILITY)

Higher Education Institution

Preschool organizations

 

DURATION OF EDUCATION

4 years after secondary education

3 years after secondary vocational education (2 years accelerated after secondary voca- tional education, if the qualifications of the diploma coincide)

2 years after higher education

96 weeks

24 weeks

 

STUDY MODE

Full-time (after secondary education and secondary vocational education) Distance (after secondary vocational edu- cation and first higher education)

Full-time (after secondary education and sec- ondary vocational education)

Distance (after secondary vocational educa- tion and first higher education)

ECTS-AP

240

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

Bachelor of Education in the Educational Program 6В01201-Preschool Education

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The Educational Programe accepts persons with a general secondary education, secondary vocational education, higher education.

General secondary education - on a competitive basis based on the results of a unified Na- tional test (grant) of at least 75 points (correspondence of specialized disciplines: biology, geography; special exam (solving the pedagogical situation), and paid condition as well.

Secondary vocational education - on a competitive basis based on the results of comprehen- sive testing (grant) at least 25 points; correspondence of specialized disciplines: "Fundamen- tals of Pedagogy and Psychology", "Theory and Practice of Educational Activity"; special exam (solution of the pedagogical situation),and paid condition.

Second higher education - on the basis of an interview and a special exam, and paid condi- tion.

http://adilet.zan.kz/rus/docs/V1800017650#z17

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

State compulsory standard of higher education (approved by order of the Minister of Edu- cation and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 604 (changes dated 05.05.2020 No. 182).

Classifier of areas for training personnel with higher and postgraduate education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated Oc- tober 13, 2018 No. 569).

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

Rules for the organization of the educational process on credit technology of education, Order 152 (amendments dated 12.10.2018 No. 563).

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 4, 2018 No. 171-VІ ЗRK "On Amendments

and Additions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Expanding the Academic and Administrative Autonomy of Higher Education Institutions“.

 

ACCESS TO

Preschool organizations of all types (kindergartens, kindergarten-nurseries, pri-primary nurseries), mini-centers, pedagogical colleges, education management departments, insti-

tutes for advanced training and retraining of the education system.

REGULATIONS

Local municipality (tripartite agreement)

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

General educational disciplines = 51 + 5 ECTS (Modern history of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, Foreign language, Kazakh (Russian) language, Information and communication technolo- gies (in English), Module of socio-political knowledge (sociology, political science, cultural studies, psychology), Physical culture ...

Cycle of basic disciplines (DB) = 112 ECTS (module for the formation of interdisciplinary competencies, Communication and language module, Module of pedagogical competencies, Module of distance learning technologies, Module of preschool pedagogy, Module of fun- damental training, Module of medical and psychological foundations of preschool educa- tion, Module of innovative pedagogy, Module of pedagogical technology of game activity). The cycle of major disciplines (PD) = 60 ECTS (module of pedagogical skills, module of methodological support in preschool education).

*** Teaching practice 20 ECTS is included in the modules from the cycle of basic and major disciplines.

Final certification = 12 ECTS.

 

 

 

 

Kazakhstan

 

 

TEACHER PROFILE [PARTNER-1] LEVEL:

EDUCATOR OF PRESCHOOL ORGANIZATION

ISCED24-LEVEL

4,5,6

NQR/EQF25-LEVEL

4,5,6

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS

(RESPONSIBILITY)

 

-

Ppreschool organizations

DURATION OF EDUCATION

-

- -

 

 

STUDY MODE

-

-

ECTS-AP

-

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

3W01120101 Caregiver Assistant

4S01120102 Educator of the organization of preschool education and training Bachelor of Education in the educational program 6В01201-Preschool education

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Secondary vocational education with the qualification "Educator of the organization of pre- school education and training" or higher education with the qualification "Bachelor of educa- tion in the educational program 6B01201 - Preschool education."

National Qualification Test Certificate.

Typical qualification characteristics of the positions of teaching staff and persons equated to them. Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 13, 2009 No. 338.

Certification of teachers every 5 years in accordance with paragraph 5 of Article 44 of the Law

of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "On Education" (certificate).

LEGAL BASIS

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "On Education".

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 27, 2019 No. 293-VІ ZRK On the status of a teacher.

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the Na- tional Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

REGULATIONS

-

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

-

 

Kazakhstan

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: Vocational Education

Name of specialty: 0114 Preparation of teachers with subject specialization

ISCED26-LEVEL

4

NQR/EQF27-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITUTION

(RESPONSIBILITY)

Almaty State Humanitarian Pedagogical College №2

College

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDU-

CATION

On the basis of grade 9 - 3 years 10 months

On the basis of grade 11 - 2 years 10 months

 

 

STUDY MODE

full-time

full-time, part time

ECTS-AP

6588 hours (On the basis of grade 9) 4960 часов (On the basis of grade 11)

 

24 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

25 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

26 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

27 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

4S01140101 Primary Education Teacher

4S01140102 Primary education foreign language teacher

 

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The Education Programe accepts persons with basic secondary and general secondary edu- cation.

Basic secondary education - on the basis of passing entrance exams Kazakh or Russian, mathematics.

General secondary education - on the basis of passing entrance exams Kazakh or Russian, history of Kazakhstan, mathematics.

After passing the entrance exams, candidates pass a special exam (for the Pedagogical (Ed- ucational) Area).

When conducting entrance exams:

  1. in the form of testing, the number of test items (questions) for each subject is 25; the correct answer for each test task is estimated at 1 point; testing in three subjects is given 2 hours 15 minutes, and in two subjects - 1 hour 30 minutes; codes of correct answers are posted immediately after the end of testing; test results are announced on the day of testing;
  2. in the form of examinations in the subjects of assessment "3", "4", "5", obtained by the results of entrance examinations are transferred by the selection committee into credits on the following scale: grade "3" - 8 credits, "4" - 17 credits, " 5 "- 25 credits.

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

State compulsory standard for technical and vocational education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 604).

Standard rules for admission to training in educational organizations that implement educational programs of technical and vocational, post-secondary education (approved by

order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 18, 2018 No. 578).

ACCESS TO

Primary School

REGULATIONS

Local municipality (tripartite agreement)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

The content of educational programs provides for the study of:

  1. general education, general humanitarian, socio-economic, general professional, special disciplines or the study of general education and integrated into basic and professional mod- ules of general humanitarian, socio-economic, general professional, special disciplines;
  2. implementation of laboratory and practical exercises;
  3. passing professional practice (educational, industrial and pre-diploma);
  4. the implementation of course and diploma design (work), unless otherwise provided by the working curriculum;
  5. passing the intermediate and final certification.

Compulsory general education disciplines include: "Kazakh language" and "Kazakh litera- ture" (for groups with Kazakh language of instruction), "Russian language" and "Russian literature" (for groups with Russian language of instruction), "Kazakh language and litera- ture" (for groups with Russian language of instruction), "Russian language and literature" (for groups with Kazakh language of instruction), "Foreign language", "Mathematics", "In- formatics", "History of Kazakhstan", "Self-knowledge", "Physical culture", " Initial military and technological training ".

Socio-economic and humanitarian disciplines are integrated into the basic modules. The fol- lowing basic modules are studied:

  1. application of professional vocabulary in the field of professional activity. This module integrates: for groups with the Kazakh language of instruction - professional Russian, pro- fessional English; office work in the Kazakh language; for groups with Russian as the lan- guage of instruction - professional Kazakh, professional English, paperwork in Kazakh;
  2. development and improvement of physical qualities;
  3. the use of information, communication and digital technologies;
  4. the application of the foundations of the social sciences for socialization and adaptation in society and the work collective (Fundamentals of Philosophy, Culturology, Fundamentals of Law, Fundamentals of Sociology and Political Science);
  5. application of basic knowledge of economics and fundamentals of entrepreneurship in

professional activities (Fundamentals of Economics, Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Eth- ics of Business Communication).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kazakhstan

 

 

EDUCATORS PROFILE LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

Direction of training:

6B013 - Training of Teachers without Subject Specialization 6B01302 - Primary Education with Business Innovation

6B01303 - Primary Education with Information and Communication Technology 6B01304- Primary Education with Multilingualism

6B01306 - Primary Education in English

ISCED28-LEVEL

5,6

NQR/EQF29-LEVEL

5,6

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS

(RESPONSIBILITY)

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University

Higher Education Institution

Primary School

 

DURATION OF EDUCATION

4 years after secondary education

3 years after secondary vocational education (2 years accelerated after secondary vocational education)

2 years after higher education

96 weeks

24 weeks

STUDY MODE

Full-time (after secondary education)

Distance (after secondary vocational edu- cation and first higher education)

Full-time (after secondary education)

Distance (after secondary vocational education and first higher education)

ECTS-AP

240

 

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

Bachelor of Education in the educational program 6B01302 - Elementary education with busi- ness innovation.

Bachelor of Education in educational program 6B01303 - Primary education with information and communication technologies.

Bachelor of Education in the educational program 6B01304 - Primary education with multi- lingualism.

Bachelor of Education in Study Program 6B01306 - Primary Education in English.

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The Educational Programe accepts persons with a general secondary education, secondary vocational education, higher education.

General secondary education - on a competitive basis based on the results of a unified National test (grant) of at least 75 points (correspondence of specialized disciplines: biology, geogra- phy; special exam (solving the pedagogical situation), and paid condition as well.

Secondary vocational education - on a competitive basis based on the results of comprehensive testing (grant) at least 25 points; correspondence of specialized disciplines: "Fundamentals of Pedagogy and Psychology", "Theory and Practice of Educational Activity"; special exam (so- lution of the pedagogical situation),and paid condition.

Second higher education - on the basis of an interview and a special exam, and paid condition. http://adilet.zan.kz/rus/docs/V1800017650#z17

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

State compulsory standard of higher education (approved by order of the Minister of Educa- tion and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 604 (changes dated 05.05.2020 No. 182).

Classifier of areas for training personnel with higher and postgraduate education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 13, 2018 No. 569).

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the Na- tional Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

Rules for the organization of the educational process on credit technology of education, Order 152 (amendments dated 12.10.2018 No. 563).

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 4, 2018 No. 171-VІ ЗRK "On Amendments

and Additions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Expanding the Academic and Administrative Autonomy of Higher Education Institutions".

 

ACCESS TO

Educational organizations related to the conduct, monitoring and control of educational ac- tivities:

- organizations of secondary education;

 

28 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

29 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

- organization of vocational and humanitarian education.

REGULATIONS

Local municipality (tripartite agreement)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

1.6B01302 - Elementary education with business innovation

General educational disciplines = 51 + 5 ECTS (Modern history of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, Foreign language, Kazakh (Russian) language, Information and communication technologies (in English), Module of socio-political knowledge (sociology, political science, cultural stud- ies, psychology), Physical culture ...

Cycle of basic disciplines (DB) = 112 ECTS (module for the formation of interdisciplinary competencies, Communication and language module, Pedagogical competence module, Dis- tance learning module, Business fundamentals module, Fundamental training module, Subject training module 1).

Cycle of majors (PD) = 60 ECTS (Subject training module 2, Module of new approaches to teaching and learning).

Final certification = 12 ECTS.

2.6B01303 - Primary education with information and communication technology General educational disciplines = 51 + 5 ECTS (Modern history of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, Foreign language, Kazakh (Russian) language, Information and communication technologies (in English), Module of socio-political knowledge (sociology, political science, cultural stud- ies, psychology), Physical culture ...

Cycle of basic disciplines (DB) = 112 ECTS (module for the formation of interdisciplinary competencies, Communication and language module, Module of pedagogical competencies, Distance learning module, Information and communication technologies module, Funda- mental training module, Subject training module 1).

Cycle of majors (PD) = 60 ECTS (Subject training module 2, Module of new approaches to teaching and learning).

Final certification = 12 ECTS.

3.6B01304 - Primary education with multilingualism 6B01306 - Primary education in English

General educational disciplines = 51 + 5 ECTS (Modern history of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, Foreign language, Kazakh (Russian) language, Information and communication technologies (in English), Module of socio-political knowledge (sociology, political science, cultural stud- ies, psychology), Physical culture ...

Cycle of basic disciplines (DB) = 112 ECTS (module for the formation of interdisciplinary competencies, Communication and language module (increased the number of credits - 20), Module of pedagogical competencies (increased the number of credits - 21), Distance edu- cational module, Module of information and communication technologies, Module Funda- mental training, Subject training module 1).

Cycle of majors (PD) = 60 ECTS (Subject training module 2, Module of new approaches to teaching and learning).

Final certification = 12 ECTS.

 

KAZAKHSTAN

TEACHER PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

TEACHER WITHOUT SUBJECTIVE SPECIALIZATION (*** PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHER)

ISCED30-LEVEL

4,5,6

NQR/EQF31-LEVEL

4,5,6

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS

(RESPONSIBILITY)

 

-

Primary School

DURATION OF EDUCATION

-

- -

 

 

STUDY MODE

-

-

ECTS-AP

-

QUALIFICATION/

DEGREE

4S01140101 Primary Education Teacher

4S01140102 Primary Education Foreign Language Teacher

 

30 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

31 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

Bachelor of Education in the Educational Program 6B01302 - Elementary Education with Busi- ness Innovation.

Bachelor of Education in Educational Program 6B01303 - Primary Education with Information and Communication Technologies.

Bachelor of Education in the Educational Program 6B01304 - Primary Education with Multilin- gualism.

Bachelor of Education in Educational Program 6B01306 - Primary Education in English.

 

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Secondary vocational education with qualification - 4S01140101 Primary education teacher, 4S01140102 Primary education foreign language teacher or higher education with qualifications: Bachelor of Education in educational program 6B01302 - Elementary education with business innovation.

Bachelor of Education in educational program 6B01303 - Primary education with information and communication technologies.

Bachelor of Education in the educational program 6B01304 - Primary education with multilin- gualism.

Bachelor of Education in educational program 6B01306 - Primary education in English. ". National Qualification Test Certificate

Typical qualification characteristics of the positions of teaching staff and persons equated to them. Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 13, 2009 No. 338.

Certification of teachers every 5 years in accordance with paragraph 5 of Article 44 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "On Education" (certificate).

LEGAL BASIS

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "On Education".

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 27, 2019 No. 293-VІ ЗRK On the status of a teacher.

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

REGULATIONS

-

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

-

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: ***

Specialty name: 6В019 - Training of specialists in special pedagogy

ISCED32-LEVEL

- 6

NQR/EQF33-LEVEL

- 6

TRAINING INSTITUTION (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

-

-

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

-

 

-

 

STUDY MODE

-

 

ECTS-AP

-

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

-

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

-

LEGAL BASIS

-

ACCESS TO

-

REGULATIONS

-

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

-

 

 

32 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

33 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

*** There is no level of secondary specialized education of professional training of special teachers.

 

KAZAKHSTAN

EDUCATOR PROFILE LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

Direction of training: 6В019-Preparation of special teachers

ISCED34-LEVEL

6

NQR/EQF35-LEVEL

6

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University

Higher Education Institution

Specialized preschool organizations, schools, etc.

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

4 years after secondary education

3 years after secondary vocational education

2 years after higher education

96 weeks (*** for example 4 years of study)

24 weeks (*** for example 4 years of study)

 

STUDY MODE

Full-time (after secondary education) Distance (after secondary vocational and first

higher education)

Full-time (after secondary education) Distance (after secondary vocational and

first higher education)

ECTS-AP

240

 

 

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01901 - Training of specialists in deaf pedagogy. Bachelor of Education in the educational program 6В01902 - Training of specialists in speech ther- apy.

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01903 - Training of specialists in oligophreno- pedagogy.

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01904 - Training of specialists in typhoid peda-

gogy.

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

The Educational Programe accepts persons with general secondary education, secondary voca- tional education, higher education.

General average - on a competitive basis based on the results of a single national test (grant) of at least 75 points (correspondence of specialized disciplines: biology, geography; special examina- tion (solution of the pedagogical situation), and paid condition.

Secondary vocational - on a competitive basis on the results of complex testing (grant) at least 25 points; correspondence of specialized disciplines: "Fundamentals of Pedagogy and Psychology", "Biology", special exam (solution of the pedagogical situation), and paid condition.

The second higher - on the basis of an interview and a special examination, and paid condition.

http://adilet.zan.kz/rus/docs/V1800017650#z17

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

State compulsory standard of higher education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 604 (changes dated 05.05.2020 No. 182).

Classifier of areas for training personnel with higher and postgraduate education (approved by order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 13, 2018 No. 569).

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by order of the Chairman of the Board of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken" No. 133 dated June 8, 2017). Rules for the organization of the educational process on credit technology of education, Order 152 (amendments dated 12.10.2018 No. 563).

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 4, 2018 No. 171-VІ ЗRK "On Amendments and Addi- tions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Expanding the Academic and

Administrative Autonomy of Higher Education Institutions“.

 

ACCESS TO

Schools (as specialized, ordinary, if they have classes of inclusive education), kindergartens and boarding schools, medical institutions, charitable foundations, rehabilitation and psychological

centers.

REGULATIONS

Local municipality (tripartite agreement)

 

 

34 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

35 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

General educational disciplines = 51 + 5 ECTS (Modern history of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, Foreign language, Kazakh (Russian) language, Information and communication technologies (in English), Module of socio-political knowledge (sociology, political science, cultural studies, psychology), Physical culture.

Cycle basic disciplines (DB) = 112 ECTS (Module for the formation of interdisciplinary competen- cies, Communication and language module, Module of professional disciplines, Module of dis- tance learning technologies, Module of pedagogical skills, Module of pedagogical competencies, Module of pedagogical competencies).

Cycle of profiling disciplines (PD) = 60 ECTS (Professional training module, Pedagogical excellence module,).

*** Teaching practice 20 ECTS is included in the modules from the cycle of basic and major disci- plines.

Final certification = 12 ECTS.

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

TEACHER PROFILE [PARTNER-1] LEVEL:

SPECIAL TEACHER

ISCED36-LEVEL

6

NQR/EQF37-LEVEL

6

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS (RESPONSIBILITY)

 

-

Specialized preschool organiza- tions, schools, etc.

DURATION OF EDUCATION

-

- -

 

 

STUDY MODE

-

-

ECTS-AP

-

 

 

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01901 - Training of specialists in deaf pedagogy.

Bachelor of Education 6В01902 - Training of specialists in speech therapy.

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01903 - Training of specialists in ol- igophrenopedagogy.

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01904 - Training of specialists in ty-

phoid pedagogy.

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01901 - Training of specialists in surdopedagogy.

Bachelor of Education 6В01902 - Training of specialists in speech therapy.

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01903 - Training of specialists in ol- igophrenopedagogy.

Bachelor of education for educational program 6В01904 - Training of specialists in ty- phoid pedagogy.

National Qualification Test Certificate.

Certification of the teacher every 5 years in accordance with paragraph 5 of Article 44

of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "Education" (certificate).

LEGAL BASIS

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007 "On Education".

Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 27, 2019 No. 293-VІ3RK -On the status of a teacher.

Professional standard "Teacher" (approved by the order of the Chairman of the Board of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken"

No. 133 dated June 8, 2017).

REGULATIONS

-

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

-

 

 

 

36 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

37 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

Karaganda State University named after Academician E.A. Buketov (KSU)

 

[KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [Karagandy University of the name of academician E.A. Buketov] ELECTRONICS (Radio Electronics and Connectivity)

ISCED38-LEVEL

6: Bachelor’s or equivalent level

7: Master’s or equivalent level (optional)

NQR/EQF39-LE-

VEL

6 & 7

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY

Combinated (Dual)

Karagandy University of the name of academician E.A. Bu- ketov (60%)

 

Company (40%)

 

OVERAL DURA- TION OF EDUCA- TION

4 years

The bachelor's program 72 weeks: full-time study

 

Тhe Master's program 36 weeks: full-time study

The bachelor's program 48 weeks: full-time study

 

Тhe Master's program 24 weeks: full-time study

STUDY MODE

Face-to-face learning; distance- learning

Face-to-face learning

ECTS-AP

240 BA, 120 MA

 

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

Bachelor of Engineering and Technology

Master of Engineering and Tech- nology

 

 

 

 

Rules of admission

  • The bachelor's program accepts candidates with general second- ary, technical and professional or post-secondary education.
  • To enter the program a passing score according to the results of unified national testing or international standardized tests must be obtained.
  • The master's program accepts candidates with higher education.
  • To enter the program it is necessary to collect a passing score by the results of complex testing or international standardized tests.

 

 

 

Legal basis

  1. The Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan " About Education "
  2. Typical rules of activities of educational organizations, implement- ing educational programs of higher and (or) postgraduate education,
  3. State obligatory standard of higher education
  4. State obligatory standard of postgraduate education
  5. Rules of educational process organization by credit technology of education
  6. Standard rules of admission to training in educational organizations
  7. Partnership agreement with the company

 

 

 

38 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

39 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

ACCESS TO

After the bachelor's program:

Master's Program Qualifying exam

After the Master's program:

Doctoral program after 1 year of professional work

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

Number of students:

  • Each year determined by the university's plan of admission.

Forms of tuition fees:

  • State educational grant
  • Grants of local executive authorities
  • Grants of enterprises
  • Students' own funds (~ 495,00 euro/semester).

Co-Working Partners:

  • Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Companies (Traineership or a Temporary employment for stu-

dents, professional practice or practical and laboratory classes, final certification)

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

THE SUBJECTS OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY ARE SYSTEMS:

Socio-political knowledge English/German languages Economics

Introduction to Engineering Theory of electrical circuits Linear communication facilities

Elective module: electrical and building services, engineering, en- ergy, industrial engineering, automation and process services Metal technology

Project Management Applied computer science

Communications and Information Security Technologies Digital microprocessor engineering

The focus on the MA-studies is depending on the chosen specifica- tions

 

 

[KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [Karagandy University of the name of academician E.A. Buketov] ENERGETICS (ENERGY SAVING AND EVALUATION)

ISCED

6: Bachelor’s or equivalent level

NQR/EQF

6/6

 

TRAINING INSTITUTION (RESPONSIBILITY)

Combinated (Dual)

Karagandy University of the name of academician

E.A. Buketov (60%)

 

Company (40%)

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCA-

TION

4 years

The bachelor's program 72 weeks: full-time study

The bachelor's program 48 weeks: full-time study

STUDY MODE

Face-to-face learning; dis- tance-learning

Face-to-face learning

 

ECTS-AP

240 BA

QUALIFICATION

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOL- OGY

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • The bachelor's program accepts candidates with gen- eral secondary, technical and professional or post- secondary education.
  • To enter the program a passing score according to the results of unified national testing or international standardized tests must be obtained.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

  1. The Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan " About Edu- cation "
  2. Typical rules of activities of educational organiza- tions, implementing educational programs of higher and (or) postgraduate education,
  3. State obligatory standard of higher education
  4. Rules of educational process organization by credit technology of education
  5. Standard rules of admission to training in educational organizations
  6. Partnership agreement with the company

ACCESS TO

Master's Program Qualifying exam

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

Number of students:

  • Each year determined by the university's plan of admission.

Forms of tuition fees:

  • State educational grant
  • Grants of local executive authorities
  • Grants of enterprises
  • Students' own funds (~ 495,00 euro/semester).

Co-Working Partners:

  • Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Companies (Traineership or a Temporary employ- ment for students, professional practice or practical and laboratory classes, final certification)

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

THE SUBJECTS OF THE BACHELOR'S PROFES- SIONAL ACTIVITY ARE SYSTEMS:

  • THERMAL POWER PLANTS;
  • INDUSTRIAL AND HEATING BOILER HOUSES;
  • HEAT TECHNOLOGY;
  • CENTRALIZED AND AUTONOMOUS POWER SUPPLY OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES AND OR- GANIZATIONS;
  • PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY CARRIERS;
  • HEATING SYSTEMS AND HEATING NETWORKS;
  • WATER AND FUEL TREATMENT;
  • AUTOMATED MANAGEMENT OF HEAT POWER AND HEAT TECHNOLOGY FACILITIES;
 

 

- AS WELL AS METHODS AND TOOLS FOR MOD- ELING AND OPTIMIZING OBJECTS OF HEAT AND POWER ENGINEERING AND HEAT TECHNOL- OGY, MAIN AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT, PRO-

CESSES AND DEVICES OF HEAT TECHNOLOGY, ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND DEVICES.

 

 

[KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [Karagandy University of the name of academician E.A. Buketov]

IT-ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DIGITAL ECONOMY

ISCED40-LEVEL

6: Bachelor’s or equivalent level

7: Master’s or equivalent level (optional)

NQR/EQF41-LE-

VEL

6 & 7

TRAINING INSTI-

TUTION

(RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

Combinated (Dual)

Karagandy University of the name of academician E.A. Buketov (60%)

 

Company (40%)

 

 

OVERAL DURA- TION OF EDUCA- TION

4 years

The bachelor's program 72 weeks: full-time study

 

Тhe Master's program 36 weeks: full-time study

The bachelor's program 48 weeks: full-time study

 

Тhe Master's program 24 weeks: full-time study

STUDY MODE

Face-to-face learning; distance- learning

Face-to-face learning

ECTS-AP

240 BA, 120 MA

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

Bachelor of Engineering and Technology Master of Engineering and Technology

 

 

 

ADMISSION RE-

QUIREMENTS

  • The bachelor's program accepts candidates with general secondary, technical and professional or post-secondary education.
  • To enter the program a passing score according to the results of uni- fied national testing or international standardized tests must be ob- tained.
  • The master's program accepts candidates with higher education.
  • To enter the program it is necessary to collect a passing score by the results of complex testing or international standardized tests.

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

  1. The Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan " About Education "
  2. Typical rules of activities of educational organizations, implementing educational programs of higher and (or) postgraduate education,
  3. State obligatory standard of higher education
  4. State obligatory standard of postgraduate education

 

40 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

41 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

  1. Rules of educational process organization by credit technology of ed- ucation
  2. Standard rules of admission to training in educational organizations
  3. Partnership agreement with the company

 

 

ACCESS TO

After the bachelor's program:

Master's Program Qualifying exam

After the Master's program:

Doctoral program after 1 year of professional work

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

Number of students:

  • Each year determined by the university's plan of admission.

Forms of tuition fees:

  • State educational grant
  • Grants of local executive authorities
  • Grants of enterprises
  • Students' own funds (~ 495,00 euro/semester).

Co-Working Partners:

  • Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Companies (Traineership or a Temporary employment for students, professional practice or practical and laboratory classes, final certifica- tion)

 

 

 

CURRICULUM

(ABSTRACT)

The focus on the BA-studies is about to

  • design electronic devices or components, circuits, and systems,
  • develop algorithms and implement them by selecting appropriate electronic hardware and software,
  • design, develop and test application and embedded software,
  • maintain and repair existing electronic systems and equipment etc.

The focus on the MA-studies is depending on the chosen specifica- tions

 

Shakarim State University of Semey (SSUS)

 

[REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

6В071 ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING

6В07103 HEAT POWER ENGINEERING

ISCED42-LEVEL

6

NQR/EQF43-LEVEL

6

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

SHAKARIM UNIVERSITY OF SEMEY CITY

 

SHAKARIM UNIVERSITY OF SEMEY CITY

 

TEPLOCOMMUENERGO LLP

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[4 YEARS AFTER SECONDARY SCHOOL 3 YEARS AFTER TVET OR COLLEGE

2 YEARS AFTER BACHELOR DEGREE]

96 WEEKS

24 WEEKS

STUDY MODE

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

ECTS-AP

240

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

THE EP ACCEPTS PERSONS WITH A GENERAL SECONDARY, SECONDARY VOCATIONAL, HIGHER EDUCATION.

SECONDARY SCHOOL - ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS BASED ON THE RESULTS OF A UNIFIED NATIONAL TEST (GRANT) OF AT LEAST 50 POINTS (CORRESPONDENCE OF SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES: MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS), PAID DEPARTMENT.

TVET - ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS BASED ON THE RESULTS OF COMPREHENSIVE TESTING

(GRANT) AT LEAST 25 POINTS), PAID DEPARTMENT.

SECOND BACHELOR DEGREE - ON THE BASIS OF AN INTERVIEW AND A SPECIAL EXAM, PAID DEPARTMENT.

HTTP://ADILET.ZAN.KZ/RUS/DOCS/V1800017650#Z17

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

STATE COMPULSORY STANDARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION (APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OC- TOBER 31, 2018 NO. 604 (CHANGES DATED 05.05.2020 NO. 182).

CLASSIFIER OF AREAS FOR TRAINING PERSONNEL WITH HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION (APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OCTOBER 13, 2018 NO. 569).

RULES FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ON CREDIT TECHNOL- OGY OF EDUCATION, ORDER 152 (AMENDMENTS DATED 12.10.2018 NO. 563).

LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED JULY 4, 2018 NO. 171-VІ ЗРК "ON AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS TO CERTAIN LEGISLATIVE ACTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF

 

42 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

43 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN ON EXPANDING THE ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE INDEPENDENCE

OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS."

 

 

ACCESS TO

ENTERPRISES AND FIRMS OF ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROFILES IN THE FIELD OF ENERGY SUPPLY TO INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES.

RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS.

HIGHER AND SECONDARY SPECIALIZED EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

REGULATIONS

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

 

6В07103 - HEAT POWER ENGINEERING

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES = 51 + 5 ECTS (MODERN HISTORY OF KAZAKH- STAN, PHILOSOPHY, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, INFOR- MATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (IN ENGLISH), MODULE OF SOCIO-PO- LITICAL KNOWLEDGE (SOCIOLOGY, POLITICAL SCIENCE, CULTURAL STUDIES, PSYCHOL- OGY), PHYSICAL CULTURE ...

CYCLE OF BASIC DISCIPLINES (DB) = 112 ECTS (MODULE FOR APPLYING BASIC

 

KNOWLEDGE IN THE FIELD OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL SCIENCES IN COGNITIVE

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES, MODULE FOR APPLYING REQUIREMENTS AND STAND-

ARDS FOR DOCUMENTATION IN EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVI- TIES, MODULE FOR USING FUNDAMENTAL LAWS OF MECHANICS, THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , MODULE FOR OPERATING KNOWLEDGE IN THE FIELD OF MEASURING INSTRUMENTS, AUTOMATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, MODULE FOR APPLYING INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND TECHNIQUES, MODULE FOR CONDUCTING A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF THE EFFICIENCY OF ENERGY SYSTEMS).

CYCLE OF PROFILING DISCIPLINES (PD) = 60 ECTS (MODULE FOR DESCRIBING THE

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION AND HEAT ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS OF HEAT AND

 

POWER AND HEAT ENGINEERING INSTALLATIONS AND SYSTEMS, MODULE FOR MAKING

CALCULATIONS ACCORDING TO STANDARD TECHNIQUES AND DESIGN, MODULE FOR

 

CALCULATING AND REGULATING SYSTEMS OF PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF EN-

 

ERGY CARRIERS).

FINAL DEFENCE = 12 ECTS.

 

[REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE - SHAKARIM UNIVERSITY OF SEMEY

LEVEL: [BACHELOR; UNIVERSITY LEVEL]

[MECHANICAL ENGINEERING]

ISCED44-LEVEL

[6]

NQR/EQF45-LEVEL

[6]

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBIL- ITY)

 

[SHAKARIM UNIVERSITY OF SEMEY CITY]

[SEMIPALATINSK MACHINE-BUILDING PLANT HTTP://WWW.SEMMASHZA- VOD.KZ/RU/ ]

OVERALL DURATION

OF EDUCATION

[4 YEARS AFTER SECONDARY SCHOOL

3 YEARS AFTER TVET OR COLLEGE

 

44 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

45 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

2 YEARS AFTER BACHELOR DEGREE]

[PARTNER 1 SEMIPALATINSK MACHINE- BUILDING PLANT HTTP://WWW.SEM-

MASHZAVOD.KZ/RU/]

 

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE – 96 WEEKS; DIS-

TANCE-LEARNING – 24 WEEKS]

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN-

ING…]

ECTS-AP

[242]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY]

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION RE-

QUIREMENTS

[THE PROGRAM ACCEPTS PERSONS WITH SECONDARY SCHOOL, TVET, SECOND BACH- ELOR DEGREE.

SECONDARY SCHOOL - ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS ACCORDING TO THE RESULTS OF A SINGLE NATIONAL TEST (GRANT) IS AT LEAST 50 POINTS (COMPLIANCE OF SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES: MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS.

TVET - ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS ACCORDING TO THE RESULTS OF COMPREHENSIVE TESTING (GRANT) AT LEAST 25 POINTS; COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES: "MATERIALS SCIENCE," "LABOR PROTECTION", PAID DEPARTMENT.

THE SECOND BACHELOR - ON THE BASIS OF AN INTERVIEW AND A SPECIAL EXAM, PAID DEPARTMENT.

HTTP://ADILET.ZAN.KZ/RUS/DOCS/V1800017650#Z17]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

[STATE COMPULSORY STANDARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION (APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OC- TOBER 31, 2018 NO. 604 (CHANGES DATED 05.05.2020 NO. 182).

CLASSIFIER OF AREAS FOR TRAINING PERSONNEL WITH HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION (APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OCTOBER 13, 2018 NO. 569).

PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (BY TYPE)" (APPROVED BY OR- DER OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF THE NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRE- NEURS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ATAMEKEN" NO. 269 DATED

30.12.2019).

RULES FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ON CREDIT TECHNOL- OGY OF EDUCATION, ORDER 152 (AMENDMENTS DATED 12.10.2018 NO. 563). LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED JULY 4, 2018 NO. 171-VІ ЗРК "ON AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS TO CERTAIN LEGISLATIVE ACTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN ON EXPANDING THE ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE INDEPENDENCE

OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS."]

 

 

ACCESS TO

[EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS RELATED TO THE CONDUCT, MONITORING AND CON- TROL OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES:

  • ORGANIZATIONS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION;
  • ORGANIZATION OF VOCATIONAL AND HUMANITARIAN EDUCATION.]

REGULATIONS

[LOCAL GOVERNMENT - AKIMAT (TRIPARTITE AGREEMENT)]

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

[1.6В07106 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES = 51 + 5 ECTS (MODERN HISTORY OF KAZAKH- STAN, PHILOSOPHY, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, INFOR- MATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (IN ENGLISH), MODULE OF SOCIO-PO- LITICAL KNOWLEDGE (SOCIOLOGY, POLITICAL SCIENCE, CULTURAL STUDIES, PSYCHOL- OGY, PHYSICAL CULTURE. ) FUNDAMENTALS OF ECONOMIC, LEGAL AND ENVIRONMEN-

TAL KNOWLEDGE

 

 

CYCLE OF BASIC DISCIPLINES (DB) = 112 ECTS (MODULE PHYSICS AND MATHEMAT- ICS FOUNDATIONS AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, MOD- ULE GENERAL TECHNICAL TRAINING, MODULE BASIC ENGINEERING TRAINING, MOD- ULE BASICS OF DESIGN).

THE CYCLE OF PROFILING DISCIPLINES (PD) = 60 ECTS (MODULE MACHINE-TOOL

EQUIPMENT OF MACHINE-BUILDING PRODUCTION, MODULE DESIGN OF MACHINE- BUILDING ENTERPRISES, MODULE TECHNOLOGY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING).]

 

 

[REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN]

EDUCATORS PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND MACHINE BUILDING

ISCED46-LEVEL

4,5,6

NQR/EQF47-LEVEL

4,5,6

TRAINING INSTITU- TIONS (RESPONSIBIL- ITY)

-

 

-

SEMIPALATINSK MACHINE-BUILDING PLANT HTTP://WWW.SEMMASHZA- VOD.KZ/RU/

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

-

-

-

STUDY MODE

-

-

ECTS-AP

-

 

 

 

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

3W07150101 LOCKSMITH-REPAIRMAN

3W07150102 GENERAL MACHINE OPERATOR

3W07150103 PROGRAMMED MACHINE OPERATOR

3W07150104 MACHINE TOOL SUPERVISOR

4S07150105 TECHNICIAN-TECHNICIAN

4S07150106 MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN

5АВ07150101 BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION RE- QUIREMENTS

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION WITH QUALIFICATIONS

4S07150105 TECHNICIAN-TECHNICIAN

4S07150106 MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN

OR HIGHER EDUCATION WITH QUALIFICATIONS:

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM BACHELOR OF ENGINEER- ING AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM 6В07106 MECHANICAL ENGI- NEERING.

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION TEST CERTIFICATE.

TYPICAL QUALIFICATION CHARACTERISTICS OF POSITIONS OF MANAGERS, SPECIALISTS

AND OTHER EMPLOYEES OF STATE CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF CULTURE AND SPORTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED JULY 17, 2017

 

 

46 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

47 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

NO. 209. REGISTERED WITH THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKH-

STAN ON AUGUST 17, 2017 NO. 15495.

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED JULY 27, 2007 "ON EDUCATION". PROFESSIONAL STANDARD "MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (BY TYPE)" (APPROVED BY OR- DER OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF THE NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRE- NEURS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN "ATAMEKEN" NO. 269 DATED

30.12.2019).

REGULATIONS

-

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

-

 

 

[REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

6В07104 AUTOMATION AND CONTROL ("MECHATRONICS AND RO-

BOTICS")

ISCED48-LEVEL

6

NQR/EQF49-LEVEL

6

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBIL- ITY)

SHAKARIM UNIVERSITY OF SEMEY CITY

 

-

 

-

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

4 YEARS AFTER SECONDARY SCHOOL

3 YEARS AFTER TVET (2 YEARS ACCELERATED AFTER SECONDARY VOCATIONAL, IF THE QUALIFICATIONS OF THE DIPLOMA COINCIDE)

2 YEARS AFTER HIGHER EDUCATION

-

-

STUDY MODE

FULL-TIME (AFTER SECONDARY EDUCATION AND SECONDARY VOCATIONAL)

DISTANCE (AFTER SECONDARY VOCA- TIONAL AND FIRST HIGHER EDUCATION)

ECTS-AP

242

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

 

 

 

ADMISSION RE-

QUIREMENTS

[THE PROGRAM ACCEPTS PERSONS WITH SECONDARY SCHOOL, TVET, SECOND BACH- ELOR DEGREE.

SECONDARY SCHOOL - ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS ACCORDING TO THE RESULTS OF A SINGLE NATIONAL TEST (GRANT) IS AT LEAST 50 POINTS (COMPLIANCE OF SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES: MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS.

TVET - ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS ACCORDING TO THE RESULTS OF COMPREHENSIVE TESTING (GRANT) AT LEAST 25 POINTS; COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIALIZED DISCIPLINES: "MATERIALS SCIENCE," "LABOR PROTECTION", PAID DEPARTMENT.

 

 

48 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

49 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

THE SECOND BACHELOR - ON THE BASIS OF AN INTERVIEW AND A SPECIAL EXAM, PAID DEPARTMENT.

HTTP://ADILET.ZAN.KZ/RUS/DOCS/V1800017650#Z17]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

STATE COMPULSORY STANDARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION (APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OC- TOBER 31, 2018 NO. 604 (CHANGES DATED 05.05.2020 NO. 182).

CLASSIFIER OF AREAS FOR TRAINING PERSONNEL WITH HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION (APPROVED BY ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED OCTOBER 13, 2018 NO. 569).

RULES FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ON CREDIT TECHNOL- OGY OF EDUCATION, ORDER 152 (AMENDMENTS DATED 12.10.2018 NO. 563). LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN DATED JULY 4, 2018 NO. 171-VІ ЗРК "ON AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS TO CERTAIN LEGISLATIVE ACTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN ON EXPANDING THE ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE INDEPENDENCE

OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS."

 

 

 

 

 

ACCESS TO

AUTOMATED CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES OF VARIOUS INDUS- TRIES, AUTOMATED INFORMATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES, AUTOMATED SYSTEMS FOR RECEIVING, PROCESSING AND TRANSMITTING DATA FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES, AUTOMATED SYSTEMS FOR DESIGNING SYSTEMS, OBJECTS, DE- VICES, AUTOMATED SYSTEMS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL PREPARATION OF PRODUCTION OF VARIOUS INDUSTRIES, ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERA- TION MECHATRONIC AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS, INTELLIGENT AUTOMATED TECHNICAL

SYSTEMS FOR THEIR IMPLEMENTATION IN VARIOUS SPHERES OF HUMAN ACTIVITY

REGULATIONS

-

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES = 51 + 7 ECTS (MODERN HISTORY OF KAZAKH- STAN, PHILOSOPHY, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, KAZAKH (RUSSIAN) LANGUAGE, INFOR- MATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (IN ENGLISH), MODULE OF SOCIO-PO- LITICAL KNOWLEDGE (SOCIOLOGY, POLITICAL SCIENCE, CULTURAL STUDIES, PSYCHOL- OGY), PHYSICAL CULTURE ...

CYCLE OF BASIC DISCIPLINES (DB) = 112 ECTS (MODULES: MICROELECTRONIC DE- VICES, THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF CONTROL SYSTEMS, RECEIVING, PROCESSING AND TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION,).

CYCLE OF PROFILING DISCIPLINES (PD) = 60 ECTS (MODULE MICROCONTROLLERS IN CONTROL SYSTEMS, MODULE MECHATRONICS AND ROBOTICS).

*** INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE PRACTICE 20 ECTS IS INCLUDED IN THE MODULES FROM THE CYCLE OF BASIC AND MAJOR DISCIPLINES.

FINAL DEFENSE OF THESIS = 12 ECTS.

 

KARAGANDA HIGHER POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE (KHPT)

 

KAZAKHSTAN

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE: “1306000 - RADIO ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS”

LEVEL: COLLEGE

QUALIFICATION: “1306093-COMMUNICATION TECHNICIAN”

ISCED1-LEVEL

3: SECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION

NQR/EQF50-LEVEL

4

 

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

 

COLLEGE (40%)

 

COMPANY (60%)

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

1 YEAR 10 MONTHS

38 THEORET. WEEKS / YEAR

TOTAL 95 WEEKS

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM TEACHING

 

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

COMMUNICATION TECHNICIAN/ FINAL EXAM

ADMISSION REQUIRE- MENTS

11 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION

LEGAL BASIS

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY, ACCORDED TO VOCATIONAL

TRAINING ACT

 

 

ACCESS TO

  • COMPLETION OF SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION WHICH ENABLES YOU TO STUDY
  • UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
  • QUALIFICATION EXAM AND TRAINING ON ... (WORK QUALIFICATION ON RUP) 1.130601 2 "ELECTRICIAN FOR TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS"

2.130605 2 "COMMUNICATION INSTALLER - CABLEMAN"

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY

COMPANIES IN COOPERATION WITH NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS "ATAMEKEN"

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: FREE EDUCATION (GRANT) FEDERAL STATE (SCHOOL-BASED EDUCATION)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE (ESTABLISH- MENT OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM). FEDERAL STATES PROVIDING OF PRO- FESSIONAL SCHOOLS, CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS, REPRESENTATION OF IN-

DUSTRY

 

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

BASIC MODULE: 1 YEAR, MANDATORY THE THEORY OF ELECTRIC CIRCUITS, LINEAR COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

MAIN MODULE: 1.10 YEARS, CHOICE BETWEEN 4 MODULES (ELECTRIC AND CON- STRUCTION SERVICES - ENGINEERING, ENERGY, INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING, AU- TOMATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL MAINTENANCE)

FURTHERMORE: ECONOMY, METAL TECHNOLOGY, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, POL- ITICS, APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE, ENGLISH, GERMAN

 

 

 

 

50 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

50 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

KAZAKHSTAN

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE: ENERGETICS

SPECIALTY: "0901000 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OF POWER PLANTS AND NET- WORKS"

LEVEL: COLLEGE

QUALIFICATION: ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN

ISCED1-LEVEL

3: SECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION

NQR/EQF51-LEVEL

4

 

TRAINING INSTITUTION (RESPONSIBILITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

 

COLLEGE (40%)

 

COMPANY (60%)

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

2 YEARS 10 MOTHS

59 THEORET. WEEKS / YEAR

TOTAL 147 WEEKS

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM TEACHING

 

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN / FINAL EXAM

ADMISSION REQUIRE-

MENTS

11 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION

LEGAL BASIS

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY, ACCORDED TO VOCA-

TIONAL TRAINING ACT

 

 

 

 

ACCESS TO

  • PASSING THE FINAL CERTIFICATION, WHICH GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO STUDY
  • UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
  • QUALIFICATION EXAM AND TRAINING ON ... (WORK QUALIFICATION ON RUP)

1.090103 2 - ELECTRIC INSTALLER FOR POWER MAINS AND ELECTRICAL EQUIP- MENT

2. "090102 2 ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP ON REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

OF POWER PLANTS

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY COMPANIES IN COOPERATION WITH NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRE- NEURS "ATAMEKEN"

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: FREE EDUCATION (GRANT) FEDERAL STATE (SCHOOL-BASED EDUCATION)

CO-WORKINGPARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE (ESTABLISH- MENT OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM). FEDERAL STATES PROVIDING OF PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS, CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS, REPRESENTATION OF INDUSTRY

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

BASIC MODULE: 1 YEAR, NECESSARILY, THEORETICAL BASIS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL TECHNICAL MATERIALS,

MAIN MODULE1.10 YEARS, CHOICE BETWEEN 4

MODULES (ELECTRIC AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES - ENGINEERING, ENERGY, INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING, AUTOMATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL SERVICE)

 

51 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

51 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

FURTHERMORE: ECONOMY, METAL TECHNOLOGY, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, POLITICS, APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE, ENGLISH, GERMAN

 

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE: TRANSPORT

SPECIALTY: "1201000 - MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND OPERATION OF AUTOMOBILE TRANSPORT"

LEVEL: COLLEGE

QUALIFICATION: MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN

ISCED1-LEVEL

3: SECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION

NQR/EQF52-LEVEL

4

 

TRAINING INSTITUTION (RESPONSIBILITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

 

COLLEGE (40%)

 

COMPANY (60%)

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

2 YEARS 10 MONTHS

1 COURSE 27 THEORET. WEEKS / YEAR

1 COURSE 20 THEORETS. WEEKS/ YEAR

1 COURSE 16 THEORET. WEEKS / YEAR

TOTAL 40 WEEKS / YEAR TOTAL 40 WEEKS / YEAR TOTAL 40 WEEKS / YEAR

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM TEACHING

 

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN / FINAL EXAM (DIPLOMA PROJECT)

ADMISSION REQUIRE-

MENTS

11 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION

LEGAL BASIS

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY, ACCORDED TO VOCATIONAL TRAINING ACT

 

 

ACCESS TO

  • COMPLETION OF SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION WHICH ENABLES YOU TO STUDY
  • UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
  • - QUALIFICATION EXAM AND TRAINING AT

"1201072 MECHANIC ON CAR REPAIRS " (QUALIFICATION WORK FOR RUP)

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY COMPANIES IN COOPERATION WITH NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS "ATAMEKEN"

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: FREE EDUCATION (GRANT) FEDERAL STATE (SCHOOL-BASED EDUCATION)

CO-WORKINGPARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE (ESTABLISH- MENT OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM). FEDERAL STATES PROVIDING OF PRO- FESSIONAL SCHOOLS, CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS, REPRESENTATION OF IN-

DUSTRY

 

CURRICULUM (ABSTRACT)

BASIC MODULE: 1 YEAR, MANDATORY THE DEVICE OF CARS, DRAWING, ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING, METAL TECHNOLOGY

MAIN MODULE: 1.10 YEARS, VEHICLE MAINTENANCE, VEHICLE REPAIR, VEHICLE

ELECTRICAL

 

52 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

52 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

FURTHERMORE: ECONOMY, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, POLITICS, APPLIED COM- PUTER SCIENCE, ENGLISH

 

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: COLLEGE

OPERATION, REPAIR, MAINTENANCE OF ROLLING RAILWAYS (BY TYPE)

 

 

ISCED53-LEVEL

3 (BASIC SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (AD- VANCED) OR GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE AND / OR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (COURSES ON THE BASIS OF ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATION

ON PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS UP TO ONE YEAR OR TRAINING IN THE ENTER-

PRISE)

NQR/EQF54-LEVEL

3

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

DUAL

 

COLLEGE 40%

 

COMPANY 60%

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

2 YEARS 10 MONTH

20 WEEKS/YEAR

32 WEEKS

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING; OFFLINE

OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

ASSISTANT OF RAILWAY ENGINEER/QUALIFYING EXAM

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

9 YEARS OF BASIC SECONDARY EDUCATION

LEGAL BASIS

AGREEMENT WITH ENTERPRISES BY DUAL TRAINING

 

ACCESS TO

-OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY

-OPPORTUNITY FOR EMPLOYMENT

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF EN-

TREPRENEURS

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

TUITION IS BASED ON MODULE-COMPETENCE APPROACH. TOTAL AMOUNT OF HOURS DEVOTED TO COMPULSORY EDUCATION INCLUDES:

  • 4320 HOURS BASED ON BASIC SECONDARY EDUCATION (INCLUDING 1448

HOURS FOR GENERAL EDUCATIONAL SUBJECTS);

  • NUMBER OF BASIC MODULES – 3, NUMBER OF PROFESSIONAL MODULES –

11, NUMBER OF MODULES DEFINED BY THE EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION – 2.

THE HOURS HAVE BEEN DEVOTED TO MIDTERM AND FINAL ASSESSMENTS AND ELEC- TIVE SUBJECTS AND CONSULTANCY.

 

53 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

54 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

KAZAKHSTAN

EDUCATORS PROFILE LEVEL: COLLEGE

OPERATION, REPAIR, MAINTENANCE OF ROLLING RAILWAYS (BY TYPE)

ISCED55-LEVEL

  1. BACHELOR OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL
  2. MASTER OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL

NQR/EQF56-LEVEL

6,7

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

 

 

UNIVERSITY BY PROFILE

 

COLLEGE

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

UNIVERSITY BY PROFILE COLLEGE

4 YEARS BACHELOR

2 YEARS MASTER

3 YEARS 10 MONTH

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

BA 209 MA 55 ------

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

BACHELOR

MASTER

 

MASTER OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

-PRESENCE OF PROFILE EDUCATION

-TRAINING AT THE ENTERPRISE

LEGAL BASIS

INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF EN- TREPRENEURS

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE OF PEDAGOGY AND PSY-

CHOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

LEVEL: INTERNSHIP AT THE ENTERPRISE

OPERATION, REPAIR, MAINTENANCE OF ROLLING RAILWAYS (BY TYPE)

ISCED57-LEVEL

3 (BASIC SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (AD-

VANCED) OR GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE AND / OR

 

 

55 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

56 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

57 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

 

 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (COURSES ON THE BASIS OF ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATION ON

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS UP TO ONE YEAR OR TRAINING IN THE ENTERPRISE)

NQR/EQF58-LEVEL

3

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

 

COMPANIES

NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRE-

NEURS „ATAMEKEN“

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

 

144 HOURS

60 HOURS

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION/

DEGREE

THE CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED BASED ON THE RESULTS OF AN INTERNSHIP AT THE

ENTERPRISE AND THE CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS „ATAMEKEN“

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

-PRESENCE OF PROFILE EDUCATION

-TRAINING AT THE ENTERPRISE

LEGAL BASIS

INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUB- LIC OF KAZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE OF PEDAGOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: COLLEGE

POWER SUPPLY (BY INDUSTRY)

 

 

 

ISCED59-LEVEL

4 (GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (THE QUALIFICATION OF A MID-LEVEL SPE- CIALIST) GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION

AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE)

 

NQR/EQF60-LE-

VEL

4

 

 

TRAINING INSTI-

TUTION

DUAL

 

 

COLLEGE 40%

 

COMPANY 60%

 

       

 

58 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

59 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

60 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

(RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

 

 

 

OVERAL DURA-

TION OF EDUCA- TION

3 YEARS 10 MONTH/ 2 YEARS 10 MONTH

 

20 WEEKS

32 WEEKS

 

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING;

OFFLINE

 

OFFLINE

 

ECTS-AP

---

 

QUALIFICATION

/ DEGREE

TECHNICIAN-ELECTRICIAN/ DIPLOMA PRO- JECT DEFENSE

 

ADMISSION RE-

QUIREMENTS

9 YEARS OF BASIC SECONDARY EDUCA- TION/11 YEARS OF GENERAL SECONDARY

EDUCATION

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

AGREEMENT WITH ENTERPRISES BY DUAL

TRAINING

 

 

ACCESS TO

-OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY AT THE UNIVER- SITY

-OPPORTUNITY FOR EMPLOYMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE

BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDU- CATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF

ENTREPRENEURS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM

(ABSTRACT)

TUITION IS BASED ON MODULE-COMPE- TENCE APPROACH. TOTAL AMOUNT OF HOURS DEVOTED TO COMPULSORY EDUCA- TION INCLUDES:

  • 5760 HOURS BASED ON BASIC SEC-

ONDARY EDUCATION (INCLUDING 1448 HOURS FOR GENERAL EDUCATIONAL SUB- JECTS);

  • 4320 HOURS BASED ON GENERAL

SECONDARY EDUCATION.

  • NUMBER OF BASIC MODULES – 5, NUMBER OF PROFESSIONAL MODULES – 13, NUMBER OF MODULES DEFINED BY THE EDU- CATIONAL ORGANIZATION – 2.

THE HOURS HAVE BEEN DEVOTED TO MID-

TERM AND FINAL ASSESSMENTS AND ELEC-

TIVE SUBJECTS AND CONSULTANCY.

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

EDUCATORS PROFILE LEVEL: COLLEGE

POWER SUPPLY (BY INDUSTRY)

ISCED61-LEVEL

  1. BACHELOR OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL
  2. MASTER OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL

NQR/EQF62-LEVEL

6,7

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

 

 

UNIVERSITY BY PROFILE

 

COLLEGE

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

UNIVERSITY BY PROFILE COLLEGE

4 YEARS BACHELOR

2 YEARS MASTER

3 YEARS 10 MONTH

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

BA 240 MA 144 -----

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

BACHELOR

MASTER

 

MASTER OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

-PRESENCE OF PROFILE EDUCATION

-TRAINING AT THE ENTERPRISE

LEGAL BASIS

INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF EN-

TREPRENEURS

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE OF PEDAGOGY AND PSY-

CHOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

LEVEL: INTERNSHIP AT THE ENTERPRISE

POWER SUPPLY (BY INDUSTRY)

 

ISCED63-LEVEL

4 (GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

(THE QUALIFICATION OF A MID-LEVEL SPECIALIST) GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE)

NQR/EQF64-LEVEL

4

 

61 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

62 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

63 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

64 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

 

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

 

COMPANIES

NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS

„ATAMEKEN“

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

 

144 HOURS

60 HOURS

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

THE CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED BASED ON THE RESULTS OF AN INTERNSHIP AT THE ENTER-

PRISE AND THE CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS „ATAMEKEN“

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

-PRESENCE OF PROFILE EDUCATION

-TRAINING AT THE ENTERPRISE

LEGAL BASIS

INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUB- LIC OF KAZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE OF PEDAGOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: COLLEGE

WELDING

 

ISCED65-LEVEL

4 (GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

(THE QUALIFICATION OF A MID-LEVEL SPECIALIST) GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE)

NQR/EQF66-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

DUAL

 

COLLEGE 40%

 

COMPANY 60%

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

3 YEARS 10 MONTH/ 2 YEARS 10 MONTH

20 WEEKS

32 WEEKS

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING; OFFLINE

OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN/ DIPLOMA PROJECT DEFENSE

 

 

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

65 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

66 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

9 YEARS OF BASIC SECONDARY EDUCATION/11 YEARS OF GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCA-

TION

LEGAL BASIS

AGREEMENT WITH ENTERPRISES BY DUAL TRAINING

 

ACCESS TO

-OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY

-OPPORTUNITY FOR EMPLOYMENT

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF EN-

TREPRENEURS

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

TUITION IS BASED ON MODULE-COMPETENCE APPROACH. TOTAL AMOUNT OF HOURS DEVOTED TO COMPULSORY EDUCATION INCLUDES:

  • 5760 HOURS BASED ON BASIC SECONDARY EDUCATION (INCLUDING 1448

HOURS FOR GENERAL EDUCATIONAL SUBJECTS);

  • 4320 HOURS BASED ON GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION.
  • NUMBER OF BASIC MODULES – 5, NUMBER OF PROFESSIONAL MODULES –

13, NUMBER OF MODULES DEFINED BY THE EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION – 5.

THE HOURS HAVE BEEN DEVOTED TO MIDTERM AND FINAL ASSESSMENTS AND ELEC- TIVE SUBJECTS AND CONSULTANCY.

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

EDUCATORS PROFILE

LEVEL: COLLEGE WELDING

ISCED67-LEVEL

  1. BACHELOR OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL
  2. MASTER OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL

NQR/EQF68-LEVEL

6,7

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

 

 

UNIVERSITY BY PROFILE

 

COLLEGE

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

UNIVERSITY BY PROFILE COLLEGE

4 YEARS BACHELOR

2 YEARS MASTER

3 YEARS 10 MONTH

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

BA98 MA70 ---------

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

BACHELOR

MASTER

 

MASTER OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

-PRESENCE OF PROFILE EDUCATION

-TRAINING AT THE ENTERPRISE

LEGAL BASIS

INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER

 

67 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

68 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

 

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUBLIC OF KA- ZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF EN- TREPRENEURS

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE OF PEDAGOGY AND PSY-

CHOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW

 

 

KAZAKHSTAN

LEVEL: INTERNSHIP AT THE ENTERPRISE

WELDING

 

ISCED69-LEVEL

4 (GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (THE QUALIFICATION OF A MID-LEVEL SPECIALIST) GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE)

NQR/EQF70-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

 

COMPANIES

NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRE-

NEURS „ATAMEKEN“

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

 

144 HOURS

60 HOURS

STUDY MODE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

DISTANCE-LEARNING, OFFLINE

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION/

DEGREE

THE CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED BASED ON THE RESULTS OF AN INTERNSHIP AT THE

ENTERPRISE AND THE CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS „ATAMEKEN“

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

-PRESENCE OF PROFILE EDUCATION

-TRAINING AT THE ENTERPRISE

LEGAL BASIS

INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: ACCORDING TO THE STATE ORDER COSTS ARE BORNE BY: LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF REPUB- LIC OF KAZAKHSTAN, LOCAL EXECUTIVE BODIES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE OF PEDAGOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

69 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

70 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

TALLINNA TEHNIKAKORGKOOL- UNIVERSITY OF -APPLIED SCIENCE (TTK)

 

ESTONIA

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: UNIVERSITY LEVEL

LOGISTICS MANAGER

ISCED71-LEVEL

6: PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION

NQR/EQF2-LEVEL

6

 

TRAINING INSTITUTION (RESPONSIBILITY)

APPLIED HIGHER EDUCATION

 

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

COMPANIES (FIELD OF LOGISTICS):

WORK EXPERIENCE DURING AND AFTER APPRENTICESHIP

 

 

 

 

OVERALL DURA- TION OF EDUCA- TION

3.5 YEARS

 

 

7 SEMESTER FULLTIME STUDIES.

THE WORKLOAD OF ONE ACADEMIC YEAR IS 60 ECTS CREDITS.

FOUR INTERNSHIPS, DURING STUD- IES:

INTRODUCTORY PRACTICE – 3ECTS

ENTERPRISE PRACTICE – 6ECTS ENGINEERING PRACTICE – 9ECTS PRE-DIPLOMA PRACTICE –

15ECTS

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING & DIS- TANCELEARNING (E-LEARNING)

----

ECTS-AP

210 ECTS

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (BSC) / APPLIED HIGHER EDUCATION

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

SECONDARY EDUCATION (ISCED 3) OR EQUIVALENT FOREIGN QUALIFICATION

 

LEGAL BASIS

THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA EDUCATION ACT, THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT, AND THE STANDARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION.

 

 

ACCESS TO

UPON COMPLETING THE PROGRAMME, THE QUALIFICATION AWARDED IS

BACHELOR’S

DEGREE (A GREYISH-BLUE DIPLOMA FORM MARKED E). THE QUALIFICA- TION GIVES ACCESS TO MASTER’S PROGRAMMES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

71 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungs- system.at/en/isced/international-standard-classification-of-education 2 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualificationsframework-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: MAX 70 STUDENTS PER YEAR (APPOINTED ANNU- ALLY BY THE SCHOOL COUNCIL)

WHO BEARS THE COSTS: HIGHER EDUCATION IS FREE OF CHARGE IN ESTO- NIA FOR THOSE STUDYING FULL-TIME AND IN ESTONIAN (STATE).

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: COMPANIES, ESTONIAN SUPPLY CHAIN ASSOCIA- TION

(PROLOG)

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM

(ABSTRACT)

THE GENERAL OBJECTIVE OF THE APPLIED HIGHER EDUCATION CURRICU- LUM IS

PREPARING THE STUDENT FOR WORK IN TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS. THE TASK OF THE

MODULES OF GENERAL EDUCATION AND FUNDAMENTAL SUBJECTS OF THE

CURRICULUM IS TO DEVELOP THE GENERAL EDUCATIONAL BASIS AND SOCIAL MATURITY OF THE STUDENTS. THE ACQUISITION OF PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OCCURS VIA THEORETICAL SUBJECTS AND PRAC-

TICAL CLASSES,

 

 

GIVEN IN THE CURRICULUM, AND THROUGH PRACTICAL TRAINING IN EN- TERPRISES (WORKING ENVIRONMENT).

 

ESTONIA

EDUCATORS PROFILE – EDUCATORS IN COMPANIES LEVEL: IN-COMPANY TRAINING/PRACTICE

LOGISTICS MANAGER

 

ISCED72-LEVEL

6: DIPLOMA OF BACHELOR’S DEGREE, DIPLOMA OF PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION 7: DIPLOMA OF MASTER’S DEGREE

NQR/EQF4-LEVEL

6 AND 7

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS (RESPONSIBILITY)

COMBINED

COMPANIES (WORK EXPERIENCE FOR AND

AFTER APPRENTICESHIP

 

----

 

DEPENDS INDIVIDUALLY ON INTERNAL REGULATIONS IN THE COMPANY, INFRE-

 

QUENT CASES,

 

IT IS EQUAL TO THE TIME OF OBTAINING A BACHELOR’S OR MASTER’S DEGREE

 

DURATION OF

UP TO 5.5 (BSC AND MSC) YEARS OF EDUCATION AND SEVERAL YEARS

 

EDUCATION

OF

 

 

SKILLED WORK EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD

----

 

OF LOGISTICS OR SUPPLY CHAIN

 

 

MANAGEMENT

 

 

72 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungs- system.at/en/isced/international-standard-classification-of-education 4 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualificationsframework-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

STUDY MODE

FACE TO FACE TEACHING

 

ECTS-AP

33 ECTS (IN CASE OF APPLIED HIGHER EDUCATION CURRICULUM)

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

DIPLOMA OF BACHELOR’S DEGREE OR DIPLOMA OF PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION

OR DIPLOMA OF MASTER’S DEGREE

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

APPRENTICESHIP WITH/ OR MEDIUM-/LONG- TERM WORK EXPERIENCE AS A SKILLED WORKER EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND (ISCED 6 OR HIGHER)

 

LEGAL BASIS

TRIPARTITE INTERNSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL INSTITU- TION, COMPANY

AND STUDENT

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY COMPANIES WHO BEARS THE COSTS: COMPANIES (BY SEPARATE AGREEMENT PRACTICE SALARY)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: COMPANIES AND ESTONIAN SUPPLY CHAIN ASSO- CIATION

(PROLOG)

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM

(ABSTRACT)

THE INTERNSHIP AIMS TO PROVIDE FUTURE LOGISTICS PROFESSIONALS WITH

KNOWLEDGE OF THE ACTIVITIES OF A MANUFACTURING COMPANY, TRAD- ING COMPANY

OR COMPANY PROVIDING LOGISTICS SERVICES, AND WORKING IN A TEAM AND BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR WORK. THE INTERNSHIP HELPS TO FORM THE ATTITUDES AND

THE RIGHT ATTITUDE TOWARDS WORKING IN THE FIELD.

 

 

ESTONIA

EDUCATORS PROFILE – LECTURER IN UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCI- ENCES

LEVEL: UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

LOGISTICS MANAGER

 

ISCED73-LEVEL

6: DIPLOMA OF BACHELOR’S DEGREE, DIPLOMA OF PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION

7: DIPLOMA OF MASTER’S DEGREE

8: DIPLOMA OF DOCTORATE DEGREE (OPTIONAL)

NQR/EQF6-LEVEL

6,7,8

 

TRAINING INSTITUTIONS (RESPONSIBILITY)

COMBINATE

HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

, E.G. UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCI- ENCES

HTTPS://WWW.TKTK.EE/EN

 

COMPANIES (FIELD OF LOGISTICS AND

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT)

 

73 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungs- system.at/en/isced/international-standard-classification-of-education 6 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualificationsframework-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

 

 

DURATION OF

EDUCATION

DEPENDING ON THE LEVEL OF EDUCATION 3,5 UP TO 9,5 YEARS

SEVEN SEMESTERS BACHELOR:

FULL-TIME STUDY

FOUR SEMESTERS MASTER: FULL- TIME

STUDY

EIGHT SEMESTERS DOCTORAL:

OPTIONAL, FULL-TIME STUDY

 

 

 

 

ACCORDING TO CURRICULA OF DIFFER- ENT EDUCATION LEVELS

 

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING, E-

LEARNING

 

FACE-TO-FACE

ECTS-AP

BAC-210 ECTS, MSC-120 ECTS, PHD-240 ECTS

 

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGI-

NEERING

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEER- ING DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

EMPLOYMENT IN DIFFERENT/RELATED TO THE

LOGISTICS OR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGE- MENT FIELDS.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

GENERAL QUALIFICATION FOR UNIVERSITY, EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND, PRO- FESSIONAL QUALIFICATION IN THE SPECIFIC FIELDS (LOGISTICS, TRANSPORTA-

TION PLANNING ETC.).

LEGAL BASIS

LEASE AGREEMENT, ADMISSION TO THE STUDY PROGRAMME

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: MAX 70 STUDENTS PER YEAR (APPOINTED ANNU- ALLY BY THE SCHOOL COUNCIL)

WHO BEARS THE COSTS: HIGHER EDUCATION IS FREE OF CHARGE IN ESTO- NIA FOR THOSE STUDYING FULL-TIME AND IN ESTONIAN (STATE).

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: COMPANIES (PRACTICE FOR STUDENTS) ESTO-

NIAN SUPPLY CHAIN ASSOCIATION (PROLOG).

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM

(ABSTRACT)

THIS CURRICULUM IS BASED ON THE QUALIFICATION STANDARD CORRESPOND- ING TO THE

ESTONIAN QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORK (EKR). THE CURRICULUM AND SYL- LABUSES’ TOPICS

AND LEARNING OUTCOMES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN CONSIDERING THE JOB TASKS,

ACTIVITIES, AND COMPETENCIES GIVEN IN THE STANDARD MENTIONED ABOVE.

AFTER COMPLETING THE CURRICULUM IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT, THE GRADUATE WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING COMPETENCIES:

 

 

 

  • HAS A SYSTEMATIC OVERVIEW OF THE MAIN CONCEPTS, THEORETICAL PRIN- CIPLES AND

RESEARCH METHODS OF TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS;

  • IS FAMILIAR WITH THE CURRENT PROBLEMS OF TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS AND CAN FIND RELEVANT SOLUTIONS;
  • CAN FIND INFORMATION INDEPENDENTLY AND USE IT CREATIVELY FOR COM- PLETING WORK TASKS;

CAN CHOOSE SUITABLE METHODS FOR SOLVING LOGISTICAL PROBLEMS, CAN PROPOSE

DIFFERENT ALTERNATIVES AND WORK WITH THEM SIMULTANEOUSLY ; SHOWS INITIATIVE IN STARTING PROJECTS, IS A VALUABLE MEMBER OF PRO- JECT TEAMS

AND CAN IMPLEMENT THE OUTCOMES OF THE PROJECT;

  • KNOWS HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH CLIENTS, SUPPLIERS AND PARTNERS; IS PROFICIENT IN THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND CAN USE DIFFERENT ECONOMY SOFTWARE NEEDED IN HIS/HER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY:
  • CAN EXPRESS AND DISCUSS LOGISTIC PROBLEMS ORALLY AS WELL AS IN WRITING IN THE

NATIVE LANGUAGE AS WELL AS IN AT LEAST ONE FOREIGN LANGUAGE;

  • IS FAMILIAR WITH THE PROFESSIONAL TERMINOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL LEG- ISLATION AND

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS;

IS READY TO PARTICIPATE ACTIVELY IN THE CIVIL SOCIETY AND IS TOLERANT OF VARIOUS ATTITUDES;

  • TAKES INTO CONSIDERATION SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF HIS/HER PRO- FESSIONAL

ACTIVITIES AND CAN EVALUATE ONE`S BEHAVIOUR WITHIN THE BROADER CONTEXT;

  • UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF LIFE-LONG LEARNING AND IS SELF-MOTI- VATED AND SELF-INITIATED FOR PROFESSIONAL STUDY;
 

OTTO-VON-GUERICKE UNIVERSITY MAGDEBURG (OVGU)

 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION]

[ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (B. ENG.) WITH TRAINING AS AN ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN FOR AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY]

ISCED74-LEVEL

5/6

NQR/EQF75-LEVEL

5/6

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE DUAL TRAINING PROGRAM]

 

COMPANY

UNIVERSITY / HIGHER EDUCATION INSTI- TUTION

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

4,5 YEARS

32 MONTHS

22 MONTHS

STUDY MODE

PRACTICAL IN COMPANY TRAINING

IN CLASSROOM EDUCATION

ECTS-AP

180

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

BACHELORS DEGREE & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATE

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

POST-SECONDARY HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA (A-LEVEL) AFTER 12/13 YEARS OF

SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

  • GENERAL CONTRACT

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY

  • HIGHER EDUCATION
  1. HIGHER EDUCATION FRAMEWORK ACT (HOCHSCHULRAHMENGESETZ)
  • APPRENTICESHIP

Curricula

  • Rahmenlehrplan (Framework Curriculum) for Vocational Schools (Kultusministerkonferenz (KMK) (Standing Conference of the Minis- ters of Education and Cultural Affairs)
  • Chamber of Commerce representing the companies
  • Ausbildungsordnung (AO) (Training Regulations For Companies ) (Standing Con- ference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs)

Other Laws

  • Berufsbildungsgesetz (BBiG) (Law on Vocational Education) regulates the vocational education and responsible institutions
  • Jugendarbeitsschutzgesetz (JArbSchG) (youth employment protection act)
  • Arbeitszeitgesetz (ArbZG) (Working Hours Act)

ACCESS TO

GRADUATE DEGREE (MASTER DEGREE) OR VOCATIONAL FURTHER EDUCATION

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO NEEDS AND CAPACITY OF COMPANY AND

UNIVERSITY

  • COSTS: PAYD BY THE COMPANIES (SALARY FOR APPENTICES AS WELL)

 

 

74 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

75 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

  1. BASIC KNOWLEDGE IN ALL AREAS OF HIGH-TECH PRODUCTION SUCH AS ELECTRICS, ELECTRONICS, DRIVE AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGY, PNEUMATICS AND HYDRAULICS
  2. ASSEMBLY, CONFIGURATION, PROGRAMMING AND ADJUSTMENT OF SENSOR AND OPERATING SYSTEMS
  3. SETTING UP, CHECKING, MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING STATE-OF-THE-ART MA-

CHINES AND SYSTEMS

  1. CARRYING OUT ERROR ANALYSES AND SYSTEMATIC PROBLEM SOLVING
  2. THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE IN EXCITING LECTURES OF THE DEGREE PROGRAMME SUCH AS MICROELECTRONICS, SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND ELECTRONIC CIRCUITRY

 

 

[GERMANY]

EDUCATORS PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY LEVEL – MASTER DEGREE OR HIGHER]

[PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY STAFF)]

ISCED76-LEVEL

5A OR HIGHER

NQR/EQF77-LEVEL

7/8

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE TRAINING FOR THIS EDUCATORS]

UNIVERSITY

---

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

5 YEAR MINIMUM (NOT DUAL)

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM BASED

---

ECTS-AP

300 (BACHELOR & MASTER DEGREE)

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

MASTERS DEGREE, PHD

 

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

FOR BACHELORS DEGREE: FINISHED UPPER SECONDARY EDUCATION (A-LEVELS) (ABI-

TUR)

FOR MASTERS DEGREE: FINISHED BACHELORS DEGREE

FOR PHD: FINISHED MASTERS DEGREE

LEGAL BASIS

  1. HIGHER EDUCATION FRAMEWORK ACT (HOCHSCHULRAHMENGESETZ)

 

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF UNIVERSITY
  • COSTS: FREE EDUCATION IN GERMANY (SMALL ADMINISTRATIVE FEE PER SE- MESTER AS WELL AS COSTS OF LIVING AND EXPENSES ARE PAYD BY THE STU- DENTS THEMSELVES)

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

  1. MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS
  2. STOCHASTICS FOR ENGINEERS
  3. PHYSICS
  4. BASICS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENGINEERS
  5. FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1-4
  6. THEORETICAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

 

76 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

77 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

  1. COMPONENTS OF ELECTRONICS
  2. ELECTRONIC CIRCUITRY
  3. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
  4. EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
  5. BASICS OF COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
  6. SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
  7. REGULATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
  8. ELECTRICAL MACHINES
  9. MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY
  10. POWER ELECTRONICS
  11. ELECTRICAL DRIVE SYSTEMS
  12. MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
  13. ENGINEERING MECHANICS

 

 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE [PARTNER 2]

LEVEL: [PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION] [IN-COMPANY TRAINER ]

[IN-COMPANY TRAINER]

ISCED78-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5B

NQR/EQF79-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBIL- ITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE DUAL TRAINING PROGRAM]

TRAINING AND FURTHER EDUCATION INSTI- TUTION

 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (IHK)

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[155 HOURS OF SEMINAR]

155 HOURS

EXAM ONLY

STUDY MODE

[CLASSROOM LEARNING]

[THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXAM]

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

TRAINING LICENCE (AUSBILDERSCHEIN)

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

FINISHED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE PROFESSION

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE) PERSONAL APTITUE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE)

 

LEGAL BASIS

VOCATIONAL TRAINING ACT (BERUFSBILDUNGSGESETZ (BBIG))

ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUDE (AUSBILDUNGSEIGNUNGSORDNUNG)

 

ACCESS TO

HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL

TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EXAMS

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF TRAINING INSTITUTION
  • COSTS: PAYD BY STUDENTS, RARELY PAYD BY COMPANY

 

78 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

79 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

4 DIFFERENT FIELD OF ACTION:

  1. CHECK TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND PLAN TRAINING PLAN TRAINING,
  2. PREPARE TRAINING AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES,
  3. CARRY OUT TRAINING AND
  4. COMPLETE TRAINING.

 

 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [VOCATIONAL EDUCATION]

[ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (ELEKTRONIKER*IN)]

ISCED80-LEVEL

3

NQR/EQF81-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINED (DUAL)

 

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

 

[COMPANY

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

3,5 YEARS (42 MONTHS)

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM-BASED / LABORATORY-BASED

PRACTICAL TRAINING (MAYBE INTER- COMPANY TRAINING)

ECTS-AP

N.A.

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[WHAT QUALIFICATION/DEGREE IS ACQUIRED]

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

9 YEARS / 10 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION (BERUFSBILDUNGSREIFE / MITTLERE

REIFE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY

 

Curricula

  • Rahmenlehrplan (Framework Curriculum) for Vocational Schools (Kultusministerkonferenz (KMK) (Standing Conference of the Minis- ters of Education and Cultural Affairs)
  • Chamber of Commerce representing the companies
  • Ausbildungsordnung (AO) (Training Regulations For Companies ) (Standing Con- ference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs)

Other Laws

  • Berufsbildungsgesetz (BBiG) (Law on Vocational Education) regulates the vocational education and responsible institutions
  • Jugendarbeitsschutzgesetz (JArbSchG) (youth employment protection act)
  • Arbeitszeitgesetz (ArbZG) (Working Hours Act)
  • Bundesurlaubsgesetz (BUrlG) (Federal Leave Act)

 

 

80 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

81 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

 

ACCESS TO

  • HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED

VOCATIONAL TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EX- AMS

  • FURTHER VOCATIONAL TRAINING

 

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO NEEDS AND CAPACITY OF COMPANY AND

UNIVERSITY

  • COSTS: PAYD BY THE COMPANIES (SALARY FOR APPENTICES AS WELL)

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

  1. ANALYSING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SYSTEMS AND TESTING FUNCTIONS
  2. PLANNING AND CARRYING OUT ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
  3. ANALYSING AND ADAPTING CONTROL SYSTEMS
  4. PROVIDE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
  5. IMPLEMENTING ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY FOR DEVICES AND SYSTEMS AND ENSURING THEIR SAFETY
  6. DESIGN, MANUFACTURE AND TEST ELECTRONIC SUB-ASSEMBLIES OF DEVICES
  7. CONFIGURE ASSEMBLIES ON THE HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE CONFIGURE
  8. PRODUCING AND TESTING DEVICES
  9. MAINTAINING EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS
  10. SET UP PRODUCTION LINES
  11. SETTING UP AND USING TEST SYSTEMS
  12. PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
  13. MAINTAINING MANUFACTURING AND TESTING SYSTEMS

 

 

[GERMANY]

EDUCATORS PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY LEVEL]

[VOCATIONAL SCHOOL TEACHER (BACHELOR + MASTER OF EDUCATION)]

ISCED82-LEVEL

ISCED LEVEL 5A

NQR/EQF83-LEVEL

EQF LEVEL 7

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

COMBINED (PARTLY DUAL)

UNIVERSITIES

VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

 

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

CA. 6,5 YEARS

5 YEARS (10 SEMESTERS) OF WHICH 6 SE- MESTERS ARE BACHELOR OF EDUCATION AND 4 SEMESTERS ARE MASTER OF EDU-

CATION

CA. 1,5 YEARS OF TRAINEE TEACHERSHIP (REFERENDARIAT) DEPENDING ON THE FEDERAL STATE

 

 

 

 

 

82 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

83 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

 

 

STUDY MODE

 

CLASSROOM BASED IN UNIVERSITIES+ PRACTICAL INTERNSHIP IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS (ABOUT 12 WEEKS)

PRACTICAL TRAINING AS A TEACHER +

THEORETICAL SEMINAR TRAINING OF AT LEAST 335 HOURS (130 HOURS OF PEDA- GOGICAL TRAINING, 205-288 HOURS OF SUBJECT RELATED DIDACTICS DEPENDING

ON THE TYPE OF SCHOOL)

ECTS-AP

300 ECTS IN BACHELOR AND MASTER STUDIES

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION, MASTER OF EDUCATION (1. STATE EXAM), AFTER TRAINEE

TEACHERSHIP 2. STATE EXAM

 

 

ADMISSION RE- QUIREMENTS

REGULARLY: FOR BACHELORS DEGREE: FINISHED HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCA-

TION (A-LEVEL EDUCATION I.E. 12-13 YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION)

LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9- 10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EXAMS

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

DEPENDING ON THE FEDERAL STATE:

UNIVERSITY: HIGHER EDUCATION FRAMEWORK ACT (HOCHSCHULRAHMENGESETZ) TRAINEE TEACHERSHIP: ORDINANCE ON THE PREPARATORY SERVICE AND THE CAREER EXAMINATION FOR A TEACHING PROFESSION

IN THE LAND OF SAXONY-ANHALT (VERORDNUNG ÜBER DEN VORBEREITUNGSDIENST UND DIE LAUFBAHNPRÜFUNG FÜR EIN LEHRAMT

IM LAND SACHSEN-ANHALT)

 

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF UNIVERSITY
  • COSTS: FREE EDUCATION IN GERMANY (SMALL ADMINISTRATIVE FEE PER SE- MESTER AS WELL AS COSTS OF LIVING AND EXPENSES ARE PAYD BY THE STU- DENTS THEMSELVES)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

UNIVERSITY LEVEL:

-PEDAGOGY-

  1. BASICS OF VOCATIONAL, BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC EDUCATION
  2. SCHOOL ORIENTATION INTERNSHIP
  3. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
  4. BASICS OF VOCATIONAL DIDACTICS
  5. VOCATIONAL TRAINING
  6. VOCATIONAL DIDACTICS
  7. STRUCTURES AND THEORIES OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
  8. CONDITIONS OF VOCATIONAL TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESSES

-TECHNICAL TRAINING-

  1. MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS
  2. FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  3. FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND LABORATORY (WETIT)
  4. PHYSICS
  5. BASICS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ENGINEERS
  6. SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
  7. BASICS OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE
  8. QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND STATISTICS
  9. BASICS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  10. COMPONENTS OF ELECTRONICS
  11. ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY
  12. REGULATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
  13. WORK PROCESSES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  14. DIDACTICS OF TECHNICAL SUBJECTS
 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE [PARTNER 2]

LEVEL: [PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION] [IN-COMPANY TRAINER ] [IN-COMPANY TRAINER FOR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS]

ISCED84-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5B

NQR/EQF85-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBIL- ITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE DUAL TRAINING PROGRAM]

TRAINING AND FURTHER EDUCATION INSTI- TUTION

 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (IHK)

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[155 HOURS OF SEMINAR]

155 HOURS

EXAM ONLY

STUDY MODE

[CLASSROOM LEARNING]

[THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXAM]

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

TRAINING LICENCE (AUSBILDERSCHEIN)

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

FINISHED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE PROFESSION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE)

PERSONAL APTITUE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE)

 

LEGAL BASIS

VOCATIONAL TRAINING ACT (BERUFSBILDUNGSGESETZ (BBIG))

ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUDE (AUSBILDUNGSEIGNUNGSORDNUNG)

 

ACCESS TO

HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL

TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EXAMS

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF TRAINING INSTITUTION
  • COSTS: PAYD BY STUDENTS, RARELY PAYD BY COMPANY

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

4 DIFFERENT FIELD OF ACTION:

  1. CHECK TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND PLAN TRAINING PLAN TRAINING,
  2. PREPARE TRAINING AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES,
  3. CARRY OUT TRAINING AND
  4. COMPLETE TRAINING.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

84 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

85 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [VOCATIONAL EDUCATION]

[INFORMATION TECHNICIAN (INFORMATIONSTECHNIKER*IN)]

ISCED86-LEVEL

3

NQR/EQF87-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINED (DUAL)

 

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

 

[COMPANY

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

3,5 YEARS (42 MONTHS)

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM-BASED / LABORATORY-BASED

PRACTICAL TRAINING (MAYBE INTER-

COMPANY TRAINING)

ECTS-AP

N.A.

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[WHAT QUALIFICATION/DEGREE IS ACQUIRED]

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

9 YEARS / 10 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION (BERUFSBILDUNGSREIFE / MITTLERE

REIFE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

Apprenticeship Contract with the company

 

Curricula

  • Rahmenlehrplan (Framework Curriculum) for Vocational Schools (Kultusminister- konferenz (KMK) (Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs)
  • Chamber of Commerce representing the companies
  • Ausbildungsordnung (AO) (Training Regulations For Companies ) (Standing Confer- ence of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs)

Other Laws

  • Berufsbildungsgesetz (BBiG) (Law on Vocational Education) regulates the vocational education and responsible institutions
  • Jugendarbeitsschutzgesetz (JArbSchG) (youth employment protection act)
  • Arbeitszeitgesetz (ArbZG) (Working Hours Act)

 

 

 

ACCESS TO

  • HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED

VOCATIONAL TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EX- AMS

  • FURTHER VOCATIONAL TRAINING

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO NEEDS AND CAPACITY OF COMPANY AND

UNIVERSITY

  • COSTS: PAYD BY THE COMPANIES (SALARY FOR APPENTICES AS WELL)

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

1. INSTALL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT, INSTALLATIONS AND SYS-

TEMS INSTALL

 

 

 

86 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

87 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

  1. SIGNAL PROCESSING PROCEDURES IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIP- MENT RECORD AND DISPLAY
  2. INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC SOFTWARE AND STANDARD SOFTWARE
  3. USING A SELECTED OPERATING SYSTEM
  4. COMMUNICATE WITH CUSTOMERS AND EMPLOYEES AND MAINTAIN CUS- TOMER
  5. MAINTAIN AND ANALYSE THE FUNCTION OF SELECTED ASSEMBLIES AND

COMPONENTS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT

  1. CONFIGURE A STAND-ALONE COMPUTER SYSTEM TO SUIT THE ORDER AND OPTIMISE IT
  2. CREATING PROGRAMMES AND DESIGNING THEM TO MEET REQUIREMENTS
  3. INSTALLING SYSTEM AND USER SOFTWARE TO SUIT THE CUSTOMER AND PRE- SENT
  4. PLANNING SYSTEM EQUIPMENT TO MEET CUSTOMER NEEDS AND ADVISING

CUSTOMERS ADVISE CUSTOMERS ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

  1. SET UP DATABASES ACCORDING TO CUSTOMER SPECIFICATIONS AND MAIN- TAIN DATABASES
  2. INSTALL OFFICE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS AND CON-

NECTING THEM TO EXISTING NETWORKS

  1. DEFECTS IN OFFICE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS ANA- LYSE
  2. ANALYSING AND COMMISSIONING OFFICE SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT AND

COMMISSIONING

  1. SET UP, COMMISSION AND ADMINISTER NETWORKED OFFICE SYSTEMS AND ADMINISTER
  2. DEVELOPING CUSTOMER-SPECIFIC SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS AND EXISTING OF-

FICE SYSTEMS

  1. SET UP AND USE SERVICES AND MULTIMEDIA COMPONENTS AS REQUIRED AND USE THEM

 

SPECIALISATION FOCUS ON EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

  1. SET UP, MANAGE AND USE DATABASES AND USE
  2. INSTALL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS
  3. ANALYSING FAULTS IN ASSEMBLIES AND DEVICES OF THE DATA TECHNOLOGY
  4. ANALYSING FAULTS IN AUDIO-VISUAL AND DATA EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS AND DATA TECHNOLOGY
  5. SETTING UP, COMMISSIONING AND ADMINISTERING EQUIPMENT AND ADMIN-

ISTRATE

  1. SET UP MULTIMEDIA CONSUMER DEVICES 60
  2. WIRED AND WIRELESS TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS INSTALLING, COMMISSION- ING AND TESTING
 

[GERMANY]

EDUCATORS PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY LEVEL]

[VOCATIONAL SCHOOL TEACHER (BACHELOR + MASTER OF EDUCATION)]

ISCED88-LEVEL

ISCED LEVEL 5A

NQR/EQF89-LEVEL

EQF LEVEL 7

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

COMBINED (PARTLY DUAL)

UNIVERSITIES

VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

 

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

CA. 6,5 YEARS

5 YEARS (10 SEMESTERS) OF WHICH 6 SE- MESTERS ARE BACHELOR OF EDUCATION AND 4 SEMESTERS ARE MASTER OF EDU-

CATION

CA. 1,5 YEARS OF TRAINEE TEACHERSHIP (REFERENDARIAT) DEPENDING ON THE FEDERAL STATE

 

 

 

STUDY MODE

 

CLASSROOM BASED IN UNIVERSITIES+ PRACTICAL INTERNSHIP IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS (ABOUT 12 WEEKS)

PRACTICAL TRAINING AS A TEACHER +

THEORETICAL SEMINAR TRAINING OF AT LEAST 335 HOURS (130 HOURS OF PEDA- GOGICAL TRAINING, 205-288 HOURS OF SUBJECT RELATED DIDACTICS DEPENDING

ON THE TYPE OF SCHOOL)

ECTS-AP

300 ECTS IN BACHELOR AND MASTER STUDIES

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION, MASTER OF EDUCATION (1. STATE EXAM), AFTER TRAINEE

TEACHERSHIP 2. STATE EXAM

 

 

ADMISSION RE- QUIREMENTS

REGULARLY: FOR BACHELORS DEGREE: FINISHED HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCA-

TION (A-LEVEL EDUCATION I.E. 12-13 YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION)

LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-

10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EXAMS

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

DEPENDING ON THE FEDERAL STATE:

UNIVERSITY: HIGHER EDUCATION FRAMEWORK ACT (HOCHSCHULRAHMENGESETZ) TRAINEE TEACHERSHIP: ORDINANCE ON THE PREPARATORY SERVICE AND THE CAREER EXAMINATION FOR A TEACHING PROFESSION

IN THE LAND OF SAXONY-ANHALT (VERORDNUNG ÜBER DEN VORBEREITUNGSDIENST UND DIE LAUFBAHNPRÜFUNG FÜR EIN LEHRAMT

IM LAND SACHSEN-ANHALT)

 

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF UNIVERSITY
  • COSTS: FREE EDUCATION IN GERMANY (SMALL ADMINISTRATIVE FEE PER SE- MESTER AS WELL AS COSTS OF LIVING AND EXPENSES ARE PAYD BY THE STU-

DENTS THEMSELVES)

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

UNIVERSITY LEVEL:

-PEDAGOGY-

1. BASICS OF VOCATIONAL, BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC EDUCATION

 

88 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

89 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

  1. SCHOOL ORIENTATION INTERNSHIP
  2. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
  3. BASICS OF VOCATIONAL DIDACTICS
  4. VOCATIONAL TRAINING
  5. VOCATIONAL DIDACTICS
  6. STRUCTURES AND THEORIES OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
  7. CONDITIONS OF VOCATIONAL TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESSES

 

-TECHNICAL TRAINING-

1. MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS

  1. INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATICS - ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES FOR EDUCATION COURSES I 5
  2. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE - ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES FOR EDU- CATION II
  3. COMPUTER ENGINEERING FOR EDUCATION COURSES I
  4. COMPUTER ENGINEERING FOR EDUCATION II
  1. LOGIC
  2. INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  3. COMPUTER SCIENCE: MAN AND SOCIETY
  4. GENERAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I
  5. GENERAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II
  6. BASICS OF THEO-RETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
  7. CIVIL LAW
  8. MODELLING TECHNOLOGY AND SOFTWARE PROJECT
  9. PROGRAMMING PARADIGMS
  10. DATABASES
  11. NETWORKS FOR EDUCATIONAL STUDIES
  12. WORK PROCESSES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  13. SPECIALISATION STUDIES
  14. DIDACTICS OF TECHNICAL SUBJECTS

 

 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE [PARTNER 2]

LEVEL: [PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION] [IN-COMPANY TRAINER ]

[IN-COMPANY TRAINER FOR MECHATRONICS TECHNICIANS]

ISCED90-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5B

NQR/EQF91-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBIL- ITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE DUAL TRAINING PROGRAM]

TRAINING AND FURTHER EDUCATION INSTI- TUTION

 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (IHK)

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[155 HOURS OF SEMINAR]

155 HOURS

EXAM ONLY

 

 

90 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

91 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

STUDY MODE

[CLASSROOM LEARNING]

[THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXAM]

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

TRAINING LICENCE (AUSBILDERSCHEIN)

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

FINISHED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE PROFESSION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE)

PERSONAL APTITUE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE)

 

LEGAL BASIS

VOCATIONAL TRAINING ACT (BERUFSBILDUNGSGESETZ (BBIG))

ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUDE (AUSBILDUNGSEIGNUNGSORDNUNG)

 

ACCESS TO

HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL

TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EXAMS

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF TRAINING INSTITUTION
  • COSTS: PAYD BY STUDENTS, RARELY PAYD BY COMPANY

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

4 DIFFERENT FIELD OF ACTION:

  1. CHECK TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND PLAN TRAINING PLAN TRAINING,
  2. PREPARE TRAINING AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES,
  3. CARRY OUT TRAINING AND
  4. COMPLETE TRAINING.

 

 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [VOCATIONAL EDUCATION]

[MECHATRONICS TECHNICIAN (MECHATRONIKER*IN)]

ISCED92-LEVEL

3

NQR/EQF93-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINED (DUAL)

 

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

 

[COMPANY

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

3,5 YEARS (42 MONTHS)

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM-BASED / LABORATORY-BASED

PRACTICAL TRAINING (MAYBE INTER- COMPANY TRAINING)

ECTS-AP

N.A.

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

[WHAT QUALIFICATION/DEGREE IS ACQUIRED]

 

 

92 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

93 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

9 YEARS / 10 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION (BERUFSBILDUNGSREIFE / MITTLERE

REIFE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY

 

Curricula

  • Rahmenlehrplan (Framework Curriculum) for Vocational Schools (Kultusministerkonferenz (KMK) (Standing Conference of the Minis- ters of Education and Cultural Affairs)
  • Chamber of Commerce representing the companies
  • Ausbildungsordnung (AO) (Training Regulations For Companies) (Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Af- fairs)

Other Laws

  • Berufsbildungsgesetz (BBiG) (Law on Vocational Education) regulates the vocational education and responsible institutions
  • Jugendarbeitsschutzgesetz (JArbSchG) (youth employment protection act)
  • Arbeitszeitgesetz (ArbZG) (Working Hours Act)

 

 

 

ACCESS TO

  • HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EX- AMS
  • FURTHER VOCATIONAL TRAINING

 

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO NEEDS AND CAPACITY OF COMPANY AND

UNIVERSITY

  • COSTS: PAID BY THE COMPANIES (SALARY FOR APPRENTICES AS WELL)

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

  1. ANALYSING FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS IN MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS
  2. MANUFACTURE OF MECHANICAL SUBSYSTEMS
  3. INSTALLING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT WITH DUE REGARD TO SAFETY ASPECTS
  4. INVESTIGATING ENERGY AND INFORMATION FLOWS IN ELECTRICAL AND HY- DRAULIC ASSEMBLIES
  5. COMMUNICATING WITH THE AID OF DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS
  6. PLANNING AND ORGANISING WORK PROCESSES
  7. REALISING MECHATRONIC SUBSYSTEMS
  8. DESIGNING AND CREATING MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS
  9. INVESTIGATING THE FLOW OF INFORMATION IN COMPLEX MECHATRONIC SYS- TEMS
  10. PLANNING ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
  11. COMMISSIONING, TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
  12. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
  13. HANDOVER OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS TO CUSTOMERS
 

[GERMANY]

EDUCATORS PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: [UNIVERSITY LEVEL]

[VOCATIONAL SCHOOL TEACHER (BACHELOR + MASTER OF EDUCATION)]

ISCED94-LEVEL

ISCED LEVEL 5A

NQR/EQF95-LEVEL

EQF LEVEL 7

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

COMBINED (PARTLY DUAL)

UNIVERSITIES

VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

 

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

CA. 6,5 YEARS

5 YEARS (10 SEMESTERS) OF WHICH 6 SE- MESTERS ARE BACHELOR OF EDUCATION AND 4 SEMESTERS ARE MASTER OF EDU-

CATION

CA. 1,5 YEARS OF TRAINEE TEACHERSHIP (REFERENDARIAT) DEPENDING ON THE FEDERAL STATE

 

 

 

STUDY MODE

 

CLASSROOM BASED IN UNIVERSITIES+ PRACTICAL INTERNSHIP IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS (ABOUT 12 WEEKS)

PRACTICAL TRAINING AS A TEACHER +

THEORETICAL SEMINAR TRAINING OF AT LEAST 335 HOURS (130 HOURS OF PEDA- GOGICAL TRAINING, 205-288 HOURS OF SUBJECT RELATED DIDACTICS DEPENDING

ON THE TYPE OF SCHOOL)

ECTS-AP

300 ECTS IN BACHELOR AND MASTER STUDIES

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION, MASTER OF EDUCATION (1. STATE EXAM), AFTER TRAINEE

TEACHERSHIP 2. STATE EXAM

 

 

ADMISSION RE- QUIREMENTS

REGULARLY: FOR BACHELORS DEGREE: FINISHED HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCA-

TION (A-LEVEL EDUCATION I.E. 12-13 YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION)

LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-

10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EXAMS

 

 

 

LEGAL BASIS

DEPENDING ON THE FEDERAL STATE:

UNIVERSITY: HIGHER EDUCATION FRAMEWORK ACT (HOCHSCHULRAHMENGESETZ) TRAINEE TEACHERSHIP: ORDINANCE ON THE PREPARATORY SERVICE AND THE CAREER EXAMINATION FOR A TEACHING PROFESSION

IN THE LAND OF SAXONY-ANHALT (VERORDNUNG ÜBER DEN VORBEREITUNGSDIENST UND DIE LAUFBAHNPRÜFUNG FÜR EIN LEHRAMT

IM LAND SACHSEN-ANHALT)

 

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF UNIVERSITY
  • COSTS: FREE EDUCATION IN GERMANY (SMALL ADMINISTRATIVE FEE PER SE-

MESTER AS WELL AS COSTS OF LIVING AND EXPENSES ARE PAYD BY THE STU- DENTS THEMSELVES)

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

-PEDAGOGY-

  1. BASICS OF VOCATIONAL, BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC EDUCATION
  2. SCHOOL ORIENTATION INTERNSHIP

 

94 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

95 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

  1. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
  2. BASICS OF VOCATIONAL DIDACTICS
  3. VOCATIONAL TRAINING
  4. VOCATIONAL DIDACTICS
  5. STRUCTURES AND THEORIES OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
  6. CONDITIONS OF VOCATIONAL TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESSES

 

-TECHNICAL-

  1. COMPUTER SCIENCE (C/JAVA PROGRAMMING, MICROCONTROLLING, ROBOTICS)
  2. MATHEMATICS (ANALYSIS, NUMERICS, ALGEBRA)
  3. PHYSICS (ESPECIALLY DYNAMICS)
  4. LOGIC
  5. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (STATICS, DYNAMICS, MATERIALS SCIENCE)
  6. MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS
  7. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BASICS, MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGY)
  8. SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
  9. SENSORS AND ACTUATORS
  10. ROBOTICS
  11. HYDRAULICS
  12. BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING
  13. PNEUMATICS
  14. ELECTRIC DRIVES/MOTORS
  15. MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY
  16. CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY
 

[GERMANY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE [PARTNER 2]

LEVEL: [PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION] [IN-COMPANY TRAINER] [IN-COMPANY TRAINER FOR MECHATRONICS TECHNICIANS]

ISCED96-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5B

NQR/EQF97-LEVEL

N.A. MAYBE 5

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBIL- ITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE DUAL TRAINING PROGRAM]

TRAINING AND FURTHER EDUCATION INSTI- TUTION

 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (IHK)

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[155 HOURS OF SEMINAR]

155 HOURS

EXAM ONLY

STUDY MODE

[CLASSROOM LEARNING]

[THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXAM]

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

TRAINING LICENCE (AUSBILDERSCHEIN)

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

FINISHED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE PROFESSION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE)

PERSONAL APTITUE (§28/§30 ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUTE)

 

LEGAL BASIS

VOCATIONAL TRAINING ACT (BERUFSBILDUNGSGESETZ (BBIG))

ORDINANCE ON TRAINER APTITUDE (AUSBILDUNGSEIGNUNGSORDNUNG)

 

ACCESS TO

HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LATERAL ENTRANTS: FINISHED LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION (I.E. 9-10YEARS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION) + FINISHED VOCATIONAL

TRAINING + PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE + SUITABILITY TEST EXAMS

 

REGULATIONS

  • NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO CAPACITY OF TRAINING INSTITUTION
  • COSTS: PAID BY STUDENTS, RARELY PAID BY COMPANY

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

4 DIFFERENT FIELD OF ACTION:

  1. CHECK TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND PLAN TRAINING PLAN TRAINING,
  2. PREPARE TRAINING AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES AND ASSIST IN THE RECRUITMENT OF TRAINEES,
  3. CARRY OUT TRAINING AND
  4. COMPLETE TRAINING.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

96 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

97 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY TYROL (PHT)

 

AUSTRIA

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE LEVEL: COLLEGE

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

ISCED98-LEVEL

3: UPPER SECONDARY EDUCATION

NQR/EQF99-LEVEL

4

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL (20 %), E. G.

https://www.eke.at/lehrberufe/

informationstechnologie

 

COMPANY (80 %)

OVERAL DURA-

TION OF EDUCA- TION

4 YEARS

~ 10 WEEKS/YEAR

42 WEEKS

STUDY MODE

CLASSROOM TEACHING

 

ECTS-AP

---

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

SKILLED WORKER / FINAL APPRENTICESHIP-LEAVE EXAMINATION

ADMISSION RE-

QUIREMENTS

9 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION

 

LEGAL BASIS

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY, ACCORDED TO VOCATIONAL TRAIN-

ING ACT

 

ACCESS TO

  • COMPLETION OF SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION WHICH ENABLES YOU TO STUDY
  • UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
  • QUALIFYING EXAM AND MASTER CRAFTSPERSON TRAINING

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINEES: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY COMPANIES IN

COOPERATION WITH AUSTRIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COSTS ARE BORNE BY: COMPANIES (TRAINING SALARY)

FEDERAL STATE (SCHOOL-BASED EDUCATION)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & RESEARCH

(ESTABLISHING CURRICULUM)

FEDERAL STATES PROVIDING VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE REPRESENTING INDUSTRY

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

2 AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION: OPERATING TECHNOLOGY OR SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIZED CLASSES: DATA TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT, APPLIED MATH- EMATICS, NETWORK TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION SYSTEMS, IT LAB, PROJECT INTERN- SHIP

FURTHERMORE: APPLIED ECONOMICS, POLITICAL EDUCATION, GERMAN AND COMMUNI- CATION, VOCATIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE

 

 

 

98 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

99 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

1 YEAR OF BASIC TRAINING FOR ALL; FROM THE 3RD YEAR TRAINING IN THE CHOSEN SPE- CIALIZATION

 

 

 

AUSTRIA

EDUCATORS PROFILE – EDUCATORS IN COMPANIES LEVEL: IN-FIRM TRAINING

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

ISCED100-LEVEL

--- (5, IF EXAMINATION FOR THE MASTER CRAFTSMAN´S CERTIFICATE)

NQR/EQF101-LEVEL

--- (6, IF EXAMINATION FOR THE MASTER CRAFTSMAN´S CERTIFICATE)

 

COMBINATED (DUAL)

 

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

 

 

COMPANIES

(WORK EXPERIENCE FOR AND AFTER APPREN- TICESHIP)

AUSTRIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OR AUSTRIAN CHAMBER OF LABOUR WITH THE FINAL TRAINER EXAM (EXAM THAT ENABLES YOU TO TEACH OTHERS IN YOUR SPECIFIC FIELD)

https://www.wko.at/service/bildung-

lehre/ausbilderpruefung1.html

 

DEPENDS ON THE ACHIEVED EXAMS OF PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND DURATION OF

PROFESSION EXPERIENCE:

 

 

 

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

 

 

 

 

- APPRENTICESHIP (UP TO 3.5 YEARS) AND/OR SEVERAL YEARS OF SKILLED WORK EXPERIENCE IN A SPECIFIC FIELD

FURTHER COMPULSORY

  • EXAMINATION FOR THE MASTER CRAFTS MAN´S CERTIFICATE: UP TO 1.5 YEARS FULLTIME (UP TO 3.5 YEARS PART- TIME), 5 MODULES OR
  • 1 SPECIFIC PART OUT OF THE 5 MODULES (DURATION 1 WEEK) WITH PREVIOUS MEDIUM/LONG-TERM WORK EXPERI- ENCE AS SKILLED WORKER (INDIVIDUAL

 

 

DECISION IF WORK EXPERIENCE IS AP-

 

 

PROPRIATE)

STUDY MODE

 

FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING & DISTANCE LEARNING

ECTS-AP

---

 

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

  • EXAMINATION FOR THE MASTER CRAFTSMAN´S CERTIFICATE (INCLUDES FINAL TRAINER EXAM)
  • FINAL TRAINER EXAM (SHORT EXAMINATION THAT ENABLES YOU TO TEACH OTHERS IN A

SPECIFIC PROFESSION DURING APPRENTICESHIP)

 

- APPRENTICESHIP WITH/OR MEDIUM-/LONG-TERM WORK EXPERIENCE AS SKILLED

 

WORKER (INDIVIDUAL DECISION IF WORK EXPERIENCE IS SUFFICIENT)

ADMISSION REQUI-

 

REMENTS

FURTHERMORE DEPENDING ON THE PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL

 

BACKGROUND:

 

- EXAMINATION FOR THE MASTER CRAFTSMAN´S CERTIFICATE (5 MODULES) OR

 

 

100 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/inter- national-standard-classification-of-education

101 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

- 1 OUT OF 5 MODULES OUT OF THE EXAMINATION FOR THE MASTER CRAFTSMAN´S CER-

TIFICATE (FINAL TRAINER EXAM)

LEGAL BASIS

TRAINER EXAMINATION REGULATIONS

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TRAINERS: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY COMPANIES COSTS ARE BORNE BY: COMPANIES (SALARY)

COSTS FOR FINAL TRAINER EXAM: EMPLOYEE AND/OR COMPANY (AGREEMENT UP TO NEEDS OF COMPANY)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND COMPANIES

 

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

FINAL TRAINER EXAM (AS MINIMUM REQUIREMENT)

  • DETERMINING SPECIFICATIONS OF TRAINING OBJECTIVES IN SPECIFIC PROFESSION AND BASED ON REQUIREMENTS OF TRAINING WORKPLACE IN EACH COMPANY
  • ORGANISATION AND SUPERVISION OF TRAINEE PROGRAMS
  • BASIC PEDAGOGICAL SKILLS REGARDING APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING
  • LEGAL KNOWLEDGE (YOUTH EMPLOYMENT LAW, EMPLOYEE PROTECTION RIGHTS, DUAL

SYSTEM ETC.)

 

 

AUSTRIA

EDUCATORS PROFILE – TEACHER VOCATIONAL SCHOOL LEVEL: PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY – DUAL STUDIES

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

ISCED102-LEVEL

6: BACHELOR’S OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL

7: MASTER’S OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL (OPTIONAL)

NQR/EQF103-LEVEL

6 & 7

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY

https://ph-tirol.ac.at/

VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

 

 

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

4 YEARS

8 SEMESTER BACHELOR:

PART-TIME STUDIES: 1 DAY/WEEK AND

  1. FULL-TIME SEMESTER

 

  1. SEMESTER MASTER: (OPTIONAL, PART- TIME)

 

8 SEMESTER BACHELOR:

4 DAYS/WEEK WITH 1 SEMESTER OFF FOR STUDIES AT THE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING & DISTANCE LEARNING

 

ECTS-AP

240 BA, 60 MA

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION

MASTER OF EDUCATION (OPTIONAL, CER- TAIN SPECIFICATIONS)

 

TEACHER FOR VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

 

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

DEPENDING ON TEACHING SUBJECTS IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

 

SUBJECT THEORY:

- GENERAL QUALIFICATION FOR UNIVERSITY (MATURITY)

 

102 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/inter- national-standard-classification-of-education

103 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

 

  • PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION IN THE SPECIFIC FIELDS (E. G. APPRENTICESHIPLEAVE EX AMINATION IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)
  • PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN THE SPECIFIC FIELDS (E. G. 3 YEARS OF PRACTICE IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

LEGAL BASIS

FEDERAL STATE CONTRACT AS VOCATIONAL TEACHER

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TEACHERS: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY FEDERAL STATES COSTS ARE BORNE BY: FEDERAL STATES (VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS)

STATE (PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITIES)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & RESEARCH

PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITIES

FEDERAL STATES PROVIDING VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

 

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

SPECIFIC PROFESSIONAL SKILLS HAVE TO BE OBTAINED BEFORE THE PEDAGOGICAL STUD- IES (À ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS). THE FOCUS ON THE BA-STUDIES IS ABOUT PRO- FOUND PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER INCLUDING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION,

MEDIA EDUCATION, JOB-BASED RESEARCH ETC.

 

 

AUSTRIA

LEVEL: UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES – DUAL STUDIES

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (INFORMATICS)

ISCED104-LEVEL

6: BACHELOR’S OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL

NQR/EQF105-LE-

VEL

6

 

TRAINING INSTITU- TIONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

E.G. FH TECHNIKUM VIENNA (70 %)

HTTPS://WWW.TECHNIKUM-WIEN.AT/DU- ALES-STUDIUM-BACHELOR-STUDIENGANG- INFORMATIK/

 

COMPANY (CA. 30 %)

 

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

3 YEARS

2 SEMESTER (1 & 2) FULL-TIME STUDY

4 SEMESTER (3 – 6) PART-TIME STUDY:

SEM. 3 & 4: 12 WEEKS

SEM. 5: 12 WEEKS

SEM. 6: 12 WEEKS

 

4 SEMESTER (3 – 6) PART-TIME-WORK:

SEM. 3 & 4: 12 WEEKS

SEM. 5: 15 WEEKS

SEM. 6: 9 WEEKS

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING

 

ECTS-AP

180 BA

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING

EMPLOYMENT IN DIFFERENT FIELDS:

  • E. G. IT SECURITY ENGINEERING
  • E. G. SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

 

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

GENERAL QUALIFICATION FOR UNIVERSITY (MATURITY) OR

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION IN THE SPECIFIC FIELDS (E. G. APPRENTICESHIP-LEAVE EXAMI- NATION AS IT TECHNICIAN OR VOCATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL DIPLOMA IN THE FIELD OF IT) PLUS QUALIFICATION EXAM FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

 

104 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/inter- national-standard-classification-of-education

105 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

LEGAL BASIS

ADMISSION TO THE STUDY PROGRAMME

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: DEPENDING ON THE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

(RESTRICTED ACCESS: E. G. BA IT AT FH VIENNA = 40 FOR

THE

DUAL PROGRAMME)

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: STATE (UNIVERSITIES OF APPLIED SCIENCES)

STUDENTS (~ € 380,00/SEMESTER)

COMPANIES (PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP WITH INSURANCE COVERAGE)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: COMPANIES

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & RESEARCH

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

ANALYZE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONTEXTS, APPLICATION OF CURRENT INFOR-

MATION TECHNOLOGIES, PLANNING AND DEVELOPING SOFTWARE SYSTEMS, USABILITY, IT-SECURITY

 

 

AUSTRIA

LEVEL: UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES – DUAL STUDIES

HARDWARE-SOFTWARE-DESIGN

ISCED106-LEVEL

6: BACHELOR’S OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL

7: MASTER’S OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL (OPTIONAL)

NQR/EQF107-LEVEL

6 & 7

 

 

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINATED

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES (67 %)

https://www.fh-ooe.at/campus-ha- genberg/studiengaenge/bache- lor/hardware-software-design/hsd- dual/duales-studium-hardware-soft-

ware-design/

 

 

COMPANY (33 %)

 

3 YEARS

 

 

 

 

DURATION OF EDU-

1ST AND 2ND SEMESTER BACHELOR:

FULL-TIME STUDY

3RD AND 4TH SEMESTER BACHELOR:

2 BLOCKS FULL-TIME STUDIES Á 3 MONTH

 

 

3RD AND 4TH SEMESTER BACHELOR:

3 BLOCKS IN-FIRM TRAINING (1 MONTH / 3

MONTH / 2 MONTH

CATION

5TH AND 6TH SEMESTER BACHELOR:

2 BLOCKS FULL-TIME STUDIES (3 MONTH /

2 MONTH)

5TH AND 6TH SEMESTER BACHELOR:

3 BLOCKS IN-FIRM TRAINING (1 MONTH / 3

MONTH / 3 MONTH

 

4 SEMESTER MASTER (OPTIONAL, FULL-TIME STUDY)

 

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING & DISTANCE LEARNING, BLENDED LEARNING

 

 

106 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/inter- national-standard-classification-of-education

107 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

ECTS-AP

180 BA, 120 MA

 

 

EMPLOYMENT IN DIFFERENT FIELDS:

- EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ENGINEER

QUALIFICATION / DEGREE

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING

  • HARDWARE/SOFTWARE CODESIGN
  • FIRMWARE UND MIKROCONTROLLER

 

 

DEVELOPMENT

 

 

- SCIENCE & DEVELOPMENT ETC.

 

GENERAL QUALIFICATION FOR UNIVERSITY (MATURITY) OR

ADMISSION REQUI-

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION IN THE SPECIFIC FIELDS (E. G. APPRENTICESHIP-LEAVE EXAMI-

REMENTS

NATION AS ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN OR VOCATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL DIPLOMA) PLUS

 

QUALIFICATION EXAM FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

LEGAL BASIS

ADMISSION TO THE STUDY PROGRAMME

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: RESTRICTED ACCESS

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: STATE (UNIVERSITIES OF APPLIED SCIENCES)

STUDENTS (~ € 380,00/SEMESTER)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: COMPANIES (PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT OF STUDENTS)

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & RESEARCH

 

THE FOCUS ON THE BA-STUDIES IS ABOUT TO

- DEVELOPMENT OF MICROCHIPS AND MICROCONTROLLER SYSTEMS AS WELL AS DESKTOP

 

AND EMBEDDED SOFTWARE FOR SMART HOME

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

  • INTERNET OF THINGS
  • ROBOTICS

 

- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION

 

- MEDICAL AND SECURITY TECHNOLOGY OR GREEN TECHNOLOGY

 

THE FOCUS ON THE MA-STUDIES IS DEPENDING ON THE CHOSEN SPECIFICATIONS.

 

 

AUSTRIA

LEVEL: UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES – DUAL STUDIES ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

ISCED108-LEVEL

6: BACHELOR’S OR EQUIVALENT LEVEL

NQR/EQF109-LE-

VEL

6

 

TRAINING INSTITU- TIONS (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

E.G. FH VORARLBERG (80 %)

HTTPS://WWW.FHV.AT/STUDIUM/TECH- NIK/ELEKTROTECHNIK-DUAL-BSC/

 

COMPANY (CA. 20 %)

 

 

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

3 YEARS

2 SEMESTER (1 & 2) FULL-TIME STUDY

4 SEMESTER (3 – 6) PART-TIME STUDY:

SEM. 3 & 4: 3 MONTHS

SEM. 5: 3 MONTHS

SEM. 6: 5 MONTHS

 

4 SEMESTER (3 – 6) PART-TIME-WORK:

SEM. 3 & 4: 3 MONTHS

SEM. 5: 2 MONTHS

SEM. 6: 5 MONTHS

 

108 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/inter- national-standard-classification-of-education

109 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING

 

ECTS-AP

180 BA

 

 

QUALIFICATION/ DEGREE

 

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING

EMPLOYMENT IN DIFFERENT FIELDS E.G.:

  • MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY
  • ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNO

LOGY

  • AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

ADMISSION REQUI- REMENTS

GENERAL QUALIFICATION FOR UNIVERSITY (MATURITY) OR

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION IN THE SPECIFIC FIELDS PLUS QUALIFICATION EXAM FOR THE

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

LEGAL BASIS

ADMISSION TO THE STUDY PROGRAMME

 

 

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: DEPENDING ON THE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

(RESTRICTED ACCESS: BA IT AT FH VIENNA = 24 FOR THE DUAL PROGRAMME)

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: STATE (UNIVERSITIES OF APPLIED SCIENCES)

COMPANIES (PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP WITH INSURANCE COVERAGE)

CO-WORKING PARTNERS: COMPANIES

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & RESEARCH

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING / ELECTRONICS, FUNDAMENTALS OF TECHNICAL SCIENCES, SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS, METHODOLOGICAL AND BUSINESS COMPETENCE, LANGUAGES,

INFORMATICS, MATHEMATICS AND SYSTEMS THEORY

 

 

AUSTRIA

LEVEL: UNIVERSITY

TEACHER FOR DIFFERENT SUBJECTS OF THE SUBJECT THEORY AT COLLEGES FOR

HIGHER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (HTL, HAK, HLW)

ISCED110-LEVEL

6: UPPER SECONDARY EDUCATION

NQR/EQF111-LEVEL

6

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

COMBINATED (DUAL)

 

PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY

COLLEGES FOR HIGHER VOCATIONAL EDU- CATION

 

 

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

2 YEARS

4 SEMESTER BACHELOR:

PART-TIME STUDIES: 1 DAY/WEEK

 

2 SEMESTER MASTER (OPTIONAL, FULLY PART-TIME)

 

4 SEMESTER BACHELOR:

4 DAYS/WEEK

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING & DISTANCE LEARN- ING

 

 

 

110 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/inter- national-standard-classification-of-education

111 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

ECTS-AP

60 ECTS-AP

QUALIFICATION

DEGREE

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION

TEACHER FOR SUBJECT THEORY

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

  • AN ACADEMIC DEGREE OF AT LEAST 240 ECTS-AP RELEVANT TO THE SUBJECT
  • 3 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN THE SPECIFIC FIELD

LEGAL BASIS

FEDERAL TEACHER CONTRACT

 

 

 

REGULATIONS

NUMBER OF TEACHERS: UP TO MARKET NEEDS, EMPLOYED BY EDUCATION

DIRECTORATE/MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

COSTS ARE BORNE BY: STATE (COLLEGES & PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITIES) CO-WORKING PARTNERS: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & RESEARCH

PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES

CURRICULUM (AB- STRACT)

SPECIFIC PROFESSIONAL SKILLS HAVE TO BE OBTAINED BEFORE THE PEDAGOGICAL STUD- IES (À ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS). THE FOCUS ON THE BA-STUDIES IS ABOUT PRO-

FOUND PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER.

М

 

 

WP1 | Task 1.1.

Review of EU best practices and experiences in dual system

 

 

KAZDUAL – Implementing dual system in Kazakhstan (618835-EPP-1-2020-1-KZ-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP)

 

15.01.2021 – 14.01.2024

 

 

Project Coordinator: Laura Khassenova (SKSU) Prepared by: PHT | Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol Delivery date: M6 – June 2021

 

 

 

Dissemination Level

 

PU

Public

 

PP

Restricted to other programme participants (including Commis- sion services and projects reviewers)

 

CO

Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including EACEA and Commission services and projects reviewers)

x

 

 

Summary of obtained templates and basic recommendation

The report gives an overview of the state-of-the-art on dual system practices, highlights important key points and challenges and thus provides an appropri- ate basis for further project steps.

 

Table of contents

  1. General overview........................................................................................................................................................... 4
    1. partners and relevant sectors................................................................................................................................... 4
    1. practice examples dual studies...................................................................................................................................... 6
    1. and discussion of best practice examples at the Online Study Tour Austria................................................... 9
  1. Profession profiles: Analysis of the available data....................................................................................................... 9
    1. level and NQF/EQF level............................................................................................................................................... 9
    1. partner institutions and time allocation....................................................................................................................... 10
    1. overall duration, and study mode.......................................................................................................................... 11
    1. Organization................................................................................................................................................................ 11
    1. – degree........................................................................................................................................................... 15
    2. requirements....................................................................................................................................................... 15
    3. basis............................................................................................................................................................................. 16
    1. authorization and regulations................................................................................................................................... 17
    1. abstracts................................................................................................................................................................. 18
  1. Educators profiles: Analysis of the available data...................................................................................................... 18
    1. at University/College............................................................................................................................................ 18
      1. level and NQF/EQF level.......................................................................................................................................... 19
      1. partner institutions and time allocation.................................................................................................................... 19
      1. Qualification – degree........................................................................................................................................ 20
      1. Organization and Mode.................................................................................................................................. 20
      1. requirements.................................................................................................................................................... 20
      2. basis.......................................................................................................................................................................... 21
      1. authorization and regulations................................................................................................................................ 21
      1. abstracts.......................................................................................................................................................... 22
    1. at companies/schools.......................................................................................................................................... 22
      1. level and NQF/EQF level.......................................................................................................................................... 22
      1. partner institutions.................................................................................................................................................... 22
      1. Qualification – degree........................................................................................................................................ 22
      1. Organization and Mode.................................................................................................................................. 23
      1. requirements.................................................................................................................................................... 23
      2. basis.......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
      3. ......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
      4. abstracts.......................................................................................................................................................... 23
  1. Conclusions and recommendations............................................................................................................................. 2
    1. basis/framework......................................................................................................................................................... 24
    1. Organisation and Curriculum Design.......................................................................................................................... 25
    1. and training staff................................................................................................................................................... 26
  1. References................................................................................................................................................................... 27
  2. Appendix....................................................................................................................................................................... 28
 

List of abbreviations

BA Bachelor

ECTS-AP European Credit Transfer System-Application Point. EQR European Qualification Framework

HEI higher education institutions

HTL, HAK, HLW kinds of higher Vocational Education Schools in Austria ISCED International Standard Classification of Education.

MA Master

N/A not available

NQR National Qualification Framework

VET Vocational Education and Training

 

 

 

  1. General overview

In Kazakhstan there have been significant changes during the last 25 years within the vocational edu- cation and training (VET) system, caused by the dynamic economic development and related structural changes in the labour market. The consequence was an increasing demand for skilled manpower and this demand influences the education policy too. It is of utmost priority to increase the competitiveness of the country’s economy and therefore to reform the educational system too (Kenzhegaliyeva 2018, p. 80).

On this background one of the main goals of the KazDual project is to develop a flexible model for dual Higher Education that supports different needs and interests of employers, higher education institu- tions (HEIs) and students in different industrial sectors. Furthermore, recommendations to HEIs on the implementation of dual Higher Education are to be given (Application 2020). For this reason, different measures are set as part of work package 1, including data collection of best practice examples and analysis of EU practice as well as from Kazakhstan. The general idea is to create an overview about best practice examples regarding dual education throughout Europe and Kazakhstan.

This report gives an overview of the best-practice examples which were submitted by the KazDual project partners. The PHT Team Austria analysed the examples based on the templates which were created for this purpose. The templates aimed to collect relevant data for the profession profiles and for the training of the educator for these profiles (on college and on university level).

Although the templates are helpful for structuring the data, it should be noted that they also limit the data identified to the inputs classified as important by the creators.

Nevertheless, the results show that, due to the good cooperation between the project partners, inter- esting and useful results can be achieved, despite the challenges posed by language barriers and dif- ferent terminology related to dual education.

A summary of the results and recommendations for the model to be developed are shown in chapter

4. In chapter 6 all best practice examples can be found.

    1. partners and relevant sectors

In a first step, the project partners were asked by PHT Team Austria to name 1 to 3 industrial sectors in an online questionnaire. PHT suggested the following sectors analogous to the application: logistics, IT, manufacturing, energetics, and electronics. KazDual partners were encouraged to identify other relevant sectors that are of interest to the partners in Kazakhstan. This option was added at the request of the Kazakh project partners to be able to address their specific needs from the outset.

By March 12/2021, project partners reported the following relevant sectors in which they could pro- vide best practice examples:

 

Table 1:KazDual project partners and mentioned sectors with existing best practice examples

 

UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE

KAZDUAL PROJECT PARTNERS

MENTIONED SECTORS WITH BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES

 

 

 

 

EU

Tallinna Tehnikakorgkool – University of Applied

Sciences (TKK)

  • logistics

 

Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg (OvGU)

  • logistics
  • IT
  • electronics

 

Pedagogical University Tyrol (PHT)

  • electrical engineering
  • IT
  • pedagogy (teacher subject the- ory)

 

 

 

KAZ

 

 

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (KazNPU)

  • IT
  • pedagogy (primary education, special education, preschool ed- ucation)
  • teacher – philologist for teaching a foreign language in national schools

 

 

 

Shakarim State University of Semey (SSUS)

  • logistics
  • energetics
  • mechatronics
  • pedagogy
  • management and tourism

 

 

Karaganda State University named after Academician E. A. Buketov (KSU)

  • energetics
  • electronics
  • IT entrepreneurship & digital economy
  • Restaurant and hospitality busi- ness

 

 

M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University (SKSU)

  • energetics
  • electric power industry
  • metallurgy
  • chemical technology of inorganic substances
  • mechanical engineering
  • construction and agronomy

 

Karanganda Higher Polytechnic College

  • energetics
  • electronics
  • automobile

 

Electrotechnical College Semey

  • energetics
  • welding
  • operation, repair, maintenance of rolling railways

 

 

After this first overview, it could be stated that all European as well as all Kazakh partners can provide best practice examples in dual Higher Education. It also became apparent that further sectors were mentioned in addition to those mentioned in the application.

 
    1. practice examples dual studies

After obtaining an initial overview (pt. 1.1), PHT Team Austria developed a table/grid to identify rele- vant data on best practices related to dual degree programs. Questionnaires/review templates had been sent out as per agreement with ACQUIN to KazDual project-partners – Universities and Colleges in Austria, Estonia, and Germany as well as the institutions of Kazakhstan (pt. 1.1). The focus of the templates was not only laid on dual education in different sectors, but also on how the educators are trained in different countries in comparison. The table/grid is shown below.

Table 2: Table/Grid as a template for naming best practice examples

 

[COUNTRY]

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

LEVEL: [EDUCATION LEVEL, E.G. COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY LEVEL] [PROFESSION]

ISCED1-LEVEL

[AT WHAT ISCED LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

NQR/EQF2-LEVEL

[AT WHAT EQF-LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

TRAINING INSTITU- TION (RESPONSIBI- LITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE DUAL TRAINING PROGRAM]

 

[PARTNER 1]

 

[PARTNER 2]

OVERAL DURATION OF EDUCATION

[HOW LONG DOES THE TRAINING LAST]

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

ECTS-AP

[HOW MANY ECTS ARE ACQUIRED]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[WHAT QUALIFICATION/DEGREE IS ACQUIRED]

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[WHAT ARE THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS]

LEGAL BASIS

[WHAT ARE THE LEGAL BASES FOR THIS EDUCATION]

ACCESS TO

[WHICH ACCESS IS AVAILABLE AFTER THE TRAINING]

 

REGULATIONS

[OTHER REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE TRAINING; E. G. NUMBER OF TRAINEES, WHO

BEARS THE COSTS, ARE THERE OTHER PARTNERS INVOLVED]

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

[WHAT ARE THE CORE ELEMENTS OF THE CURRICULUM]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

2 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

Table 3: Table/Grid as a template for naming the associated training of the training persons

 

[COUNTRY]

EDUCATORS PROFILE [PARTNER 1]

LEVEL: [EDUCATION LEVEL; E.G. COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY LEVEL] [PROFESSION]

ISCED3-LEVEL

[AT WHAT ISCED LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

NQR/EQF4-LEVEL

[AT WHAT EQF-LEVEL IS THE PROFESSION IN QUESTION ANCHORED]

TRAINING INSTITUTI- ONS (RESPONSIBI-

LITY)

[WHO ARE THE PARTNERS INVOLVED IN THE TRAINING FOR THIS EDUCATORS]

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

DURATION OF EDU- CATION

[HOW LONG DOES THE TRAINING LAST TO BECOME AN EDUCATOR]

[PARTNER 1]

[PARTNER 2]

STUDY MODE

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

[E.G. FACE-TO-FACE; DISTANCE-LEARN- ING…]

ECTS-AP

[HOW MANY ECTS ARE ACQUIRED]

QUALIFICATION /

DEGREE

[WHAT QUALIFICATION/DEGREE IS ACQUIRED]

ADMISSION REQUI-

REMENTS

[WHAT ARE THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS]

LEGAL BASIS

[WHAT ARE THE LEGAL BASES FOR THIS EDUCATION]

 

REGULATIONS

[OTHER REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE TRAINING; E. G. NUMBER OF TRAINERS, WHO

BEARS THE COSTS, ARE THERE OTHER PARTNERS INVOLVED]

CURRICULUM (AB-

STRACT)

[WHAT ARE THE CORE ELEMENTS IN THE CURRICULUM]

 

 

The participants were provided with a completion guide. The table was completed by all project part- ners and submitted to PHT Team Austria by April 9/2021. The received examples are the bases for further steps in the project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 ISCED – International Standard Classification of Education. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/isced/interna- tional-standard-classification-of-education

4 EQR – European Qualification Framework. https://europa.eu/europass/en/european-qualifications-frame- work-eqf

NQR – National Qualification Framework. https://www.bildungssystem.at/en/nqf

 

Table 4: Universities/Colleges and submitted best practice examples for dual study programmes

 

 

UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES AND SUBMITTED BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EU

 

Otto-von-Guericke-Univer- sity Magdeburg (OvGU)

 

Tallinna Tehnikakorgkool –

University of Appl. Sc. (TTK)

 

Pedagogical University Tyrol (PHT)

  • Mechatronics Technician
  • Information Technician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Electronic Engineering (Apprenticeship, Teacher VET-School, In-Company- Trainer [Educator], Univer- sity Educator)
  • Logistics Manager

(BSc University of Applied Science, In-Company- Trainer [Educator], Lecturer in University of Applied Sci- ences [Educator]

  • Teacher VET School
  • Teacher Higher Vocational Education
  • Information Technology
  • Electrical Engineering (Apprenticeship, Teacher VET-School, In-Company- Trainer [Educator], Univer- sity Educator, Teachers for different subjects of subject theory at colleges for higher vocational education)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KAZ

 

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (KazNPU)

 

Shakarim State University of Semey (SSUS)

Karaganda State University named after Academician E. A. Buketov (KSU)

  • Teacher of the Russian language and literature (vocational education)
  • Bachelor of Education (University level: Teacher for Russian Language & Literature; Russian Lan- guage & Literature in schools with non-Russian language of instruction)
  • Heat Power Engineering (different specializations possible)
  • Automation & Control (Mechatronics & Robo- tics)
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering & Machine Building
  • IT-Entrepreneurship & Di- gital Economy
  • Energetics (Energy saving & evaluation)
  • Electronics (Radio Electro- nics & Connectivity)

 

 

 

 

 

KAZ

M. Auezov South Kazakh- stan State University

(SKSU)

 

Karanganda Higher Poly- technic College (KHPT)

 

Electrotechnical College Se- mey (ETCS)

  • Speciality Agronomy
  • Production of construc- tion products and struc- tures (Technician-Tech- nologist)
  • Electrical & Mechanical Engineering
  • Electronics Technician
  • Mechanical Technician
  • Communication Techni- cian
  • Operation, Repair, Maintenance of Rolling Railways
  • Power Supply (by in- dustry)
  • Welding
 
    1. and discussion of best practice examples at the Online Study Tour Austria

Within work package 1 it was intended that 22 teaching staff members and managers from Kazakh partner institutions would carry out a 1-week study visit to Germany and Austria each for the transfer of knowledge and experience in the field of the Dual system.

Due to the challenges that COVID-19 had brought; the study visits had to be organized online by using Zoom as a virtual platform. The study visits took place from 26th to 28th of April at OvGU (Germany) and from 5th to 7th of May at PHT (Austria). More than 35 people have participated in each of the study tours.

During the online study tour in Austria all best practice examples of the involved project partners were presented, and open questions were clarified. This was necessary because the analysis of the submit- ted examples from Kazakhstan revealed that the understanding of Duality is different in Europe and Kazakhstan.

The completion of the templates, which were prepared according to the European understanding of dual education, seemed to be difficult for the Kazakh partners – especially regarding “training of train- ers” -, whereas the submitted data of the European partners (OvGU, TTK) did not leave any questions unanswered.

During the discussions almost all questions or ambiguities could be clarified.

 

  1. Profession profiles: Analysis of the available data

In this chapter a more detailed view is described to help understand the differences between European and Kazakh education models. The sections described are based on the items requested in the tem- plates. The submitted examples can be read in detail in the appendix.

    1. level and NQF/EQF level5

As can be seen easily in the table below, the best practice examples from the European and Kazakh institutions are approximately at the same ISCED/NQF/EQF level. However, there are a few special features:

At the college level, the classic apprenticeship professions are taken as an example in the EU (ISCED level 3 and NQF/EQF level 3-4). In Kazakhstan, training in colleges is given as ISCED level 3-4 and NQF/EQF level 4, with preschool educators, primary school teachers and teachers of Russian language and literature also being trained at this level here. This is very different from teacher training in Europe, where teacher training is at ISCED level 5 to 7 and NQF/EQF level 6 (Bachelor) and 7 (Master). At Uni- versity level there are no differences between Europe and Kazakhstan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 In our template we referred to the mentioned qualification frames because they cannot be seen completely separately from each other, especially not in connection with dual training programmes: the EQF focuses on qualification systems and framework whereas the ISCED classification is an International Standard Classification of Education. The main difference between the ISCED classification and the EQF levels concerns the stronger internal differentiation of higher education within ISCED.

 

Table 5: ISCED level and NQF/QF level of the best practice examples

 

COLLEGE LEVEL

EU

KAZ

ISCED LEVEL

3

4

NQF/EQF Level

3-4

3-4

UNIVERSITY LEVEL

EU

KAZ

ISCED LEVEL

5-7

6-7

NQF/EQF Level

5-7

6-7

 

 

    1. partner institutions and time allocation

On another point, the project partners were asked with what percentage the partners are involved in the dual training program. Furthermore, it was determined how long the training lasts at the training partners and which study mode is implemented.

It turns out that in Kazakhstan the share of training in colleges is between 40 and 60 percent, the other part is trained in enterprises or in pedagogical areas (college level in KazNPU) in schools. This means that at least 40 % of the training is organized in colleges. This is completely different in Europe. In traditional apprenticeship training, the proportion in vocational schools is 20 – max. 30 %, and the other part is spent in companies.

There are also differences between Kazakhstan and Europe in terms of dual education programs at universities. In Europe, the lowest percentage of training at the university is 20 % in the training of vocational schoolteachers or teachers for different subjects of subject theory at colleges for higher vocational education. Even though at higher educational levels the theoretical aspects are becoming more intense, the need for practical education still is respected and therefore included in the official educational programme. In Kazakhstan, universities provide at least 35 % of training in dual programs.

From the information, the conclusion can be drawn that within the European countries, the emphasis of dual training - even regardless of the degree - is placed on inter-company training and practical work. Theoretical knowledge is used as a supporting factor in addition to practical skills and knowledge, but not as the main criteria for training qualified employees/skilled workers. In Germany, Austria and Estonia, the emphasis within the dual training system is on in-company training, while in Kazakhstan the priorities are on university-based theoretical knowledge.

Table 6: percentage the partners are involved in the dual training program, ECTS-AP, overall duration

 

COLLEGE LEVEL

EU

KAZ

PART OF THE COLLEGE

20 – 30 %

40 – 60 %

PART OF THE COMPANY/SCHOOL

70 – 80 %

40 – 60 %

UNIVERSITY LEVEL

EU

KAZ

PART OF THE UNIVERSITY

20 – 85 %

35 – 80 %

PART OF THE COMPANY/SCHOOL

15 – 80 %

20 – 65 %

 
    1. overall duration, and study mode

In Europe and Kazakhstan, no ECTS-AP are awarded for college-level training. In addition, the workload for the bachelor's degree in Europe is estimated at 180 to 240 ECTS-AP, while in Kazakhstan the bach- elor's degree basically comprises 240 ECTS-AP. It is stated that it is also possible to complete a higher number of ECTS-AP, depending on the internships. In one case it is stated that the bachelor's degree comprises only 210 ECTS-AP (Electronical College Semey: 210 BA + 55 ECTS-AP Master of Industrial Training - Educator).

The overall duration on college level in Europe and Kazakhstan seems to be quite similar (3- 4 years).

On university level there are differences again. In Europe, the minimum duration for a bachelor´s de- gree is three years – 180 ECTS-AP (Exception: lateral entry studies with corresponding admission re- quirements). In Kazakhstan, university can regularly be completed after 2.5 years.

In study mode, it can be noted that both face-to-face and distance learning are common. However, the question arises as to what is meant by distance learning.

Table 7: ECTS, overall duration and study mode

 

COLLEGE LEVEL

EU

KAZ

ECTS-AP

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OVERALL DURATION (COLLEGE & COMPANY/SCHOOL)

36 – 48 MONTHS

36 – 46 MONTHS

 

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

UNIVERSITY LEVEL

EU

KAZ

 

ECTS-AP

BA: 180 – 240

BA: 60 (+240)

BA: 240

MA: 60 – 120

MA: 120

OVERALL DURATION (UNIVERSITY & COMPANY/SCHOOL

36 – 54 MONTHS

30 – 48 MONTHS

 

STUDY MODE

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

FACE-TO-FACE

TEACHING & DIS- TANCE LEARNING

    1. Organization

The different examples show many ways of vocational education. From internships to full-time blocks, from 1 day/week to part time (half a day in school, half a day in college) every possibility has come up in these best practice examples. Therefore, it is difficult to frame or present a picturesque visible chart for a reliable comparison.

However, the provided data delivers an insight into the complexity of the study mode variations. Not all responding institutions could clearly notify and/or diversify between time spent in companies and schools/universities/colleges. As some study programmes contain internships, the definite time frame cannot be specified exactly. The data drawn had to be adapted by further descriptions as otherwise the information would not have been applicable. Here again the different understandings of duality became obvious.

Due to this missing definition the conclusion has been drawn that there is no specified regulation re- garding the division of a company-school-ratio. The varieties of the different study modes may arise from the lack of legal bases regarding the relevant educational fields. If the legal basis in a country is concentrated only on the theoretical (higher) education, the similarity between study modes goes amiss and is leading to structureless profiles that diversify multiply.

 

 

Table 8: Examples for study organizations

 

CT EU

NAME

PROFESSION

UNIVERSITY/COL-

LEGE/SCHOOL

DURATION IN % (APP.)

COMPANY/SCHOOL* - DURATION IN % (APP.)

DURATION & ORGANIZATION

 

 

DE

 

 

OvGU

Electrical Engineering and In- formation Technology (B.

Eng.)

 

University

 

40

 

Company

 

60

4,5 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training

Electronics Technician

Vocational School

20 -

30

 

Company

70 -

80

3,5 years overall duration (each profession) fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training

Information Technician

Mechatronics Technician

EST

TTK

Logistics Manager

University

90

Company

10

3,5 years overall duration

fulltime + internships for practical in-company training

 

 

 

 

 

 

AT

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHT

 

Electrical Engineering

 

 

 

 

University

 

70

 

Company

 

30

3 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in company-training (2-5

months from the 3rd semester on)

 

Hardware-Software-Design

 

24

 

Company

 

12

3 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in company-training (2-5

months from the 3rd semester on)

 

Higher Vocational Education (HTL, HAK, HLW)

 

20

 

College

 

80

2 years overall duration (academic subject study as admis- sion requirement)

parttime: 1 day a week at university - 4 days/week in class- room (practical-in-school-training)

 

Information Technician

 

Vocational School

 

20

 

Company

 

80

4 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training (3 blocks of company work 10 months a year + 4 blocks in total with 2 months a year in school)

* School as a practical field within teacher education programmes

 

CT KAZ

NAME

PROFESSION

UNIVERSITY/COL-

LEGE/SCHOOL

DURATION IN % (APP.)

COMPANY/SCHOOL* - DURATION IN % (APP.)

DURATION & ORGANIZATION

 

 

 

 

 

KAZ

 

 

 

 

 

SKSU

 

Speciality Agronomy

 

University

 

35

 

Company

 

65

4 years overall duration

fulltime + parttime: practical in-company training during semesters 3-7 with 2-4 days a week / University semester 1+2+8 fulltime, rest 1-3 days a week

Production of construction products and structures

N/A

40

N/A

60

3 years overall duration n/a

Electrical Engineering

University

35

University

65

fulltime study

 

Mechanical Engineering

 

University

 

35

 

Company

 

65

fulltime + parttime: practical in-company training during semester 5-7 with 3-4 days a week / semester 8 fulltime in-company / University with distant learning semesters 1

– 4 fulltime and Semesters 5-7 with 1 – 2 days a week

 

 

KAZ

 

 

KazNPU

Teacher of Russian lan-

guage and literature

 

 

College

 

 

-

 

 

N/A

 

 

-

overall duration depends on pre-qualification: 46 months after 9th grade

34 months after 11th grade

fulltime or parttime study (depending on pre-qualification)

Preschool educators

Primary education teacher

 

 

KAZ

 

 

KSU

Radio Electronics and Con- nectivity

 

 

University

 

 

60

 

 

Company

 

 

40

4 years overall duration

fulltime + blocks for practical in-company training (Bachelor: 72 weeks university, 48 weeks in-comp.-train- ing;

Master: 36 weeks university, 24 weeks in-comp.-training –

Electronics & IT-entrepreneurship)